The United Kingdom    and Ireland
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
The UK: Four Regions
The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions:
The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions:  (1) ENGLAND
The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions:  (1) ENGLAND  Wales
The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions:  (1) ENGLAND  Wales  Scotland
The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions:  (1) ENGLAND  Wales  Scotland  Northern Ireland
The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions:  (1) ENGLAND  Wales  Scotland  Northern Ireland
The UK Broken Down
The UK Broken DownThe United Kingdom is a union of four countries:England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
The UK Broken DownThe United Kingdom is a union of four countries:England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.England, ...
Country Detail MapThe UKUnited Kingdom Down       Broken                                                                  ...
Land
LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.
LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.In the highland areas there are (4) MOORS, treelesslandscapes swept by strong winds.
LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.In the highland areas there are (4) MOORS, treelesslandscapes swept by strong winds.
LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.In the highland areas there are (4) MOORS, treelesslandscapes swept by strong winds.
LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.In the highland areas there are (4) MOORS, treelesslandscapes swept by strong winds.T...
Climate
ClimateThe (6) GULF STREAM keeps the temperature mild.
ClimateThe (6) GULF STREAM keeps the temperature mild.The sea brings plenty of rain; foggy, damp weather isvery common.
Economy
EconomySince the Industrial Revolution, the UK has been amajor industrial and trading country.
EconomySince the Industrial Revolution, the UK has been amajor industrial and trading country.The leading natural resource...
EconomySince the Industrial Revolution, the UK has been amajor industrial and trading country.The leading natural resource...
EconomySince the Industrial Revolution, the UK has been amajor industrial and trading country.The leading natural resource...
People
PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.
PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.The capital, (10) LONDON is the most heavilypopulated city in Europe.
PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.The capital, (10) LONDON is the most heavilypopulated city in Europe.Most peop...
PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.The capital, (10) LONDON is the most heavilypopulated city in Europe.Most peop...
PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.The capital, (10) LONDON is the most heavilypopulated city in Europe.Most peop...
Government
GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest p...
GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest p...
GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest p...
GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest p...
GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest p...
GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest p...
GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest p...
GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest p...
Ireland
Land
LandIreland is sometimes called (13) ‘THE EMERALDISLE’ because of its landscape.
LandIreland is sometimes called (13) ‘THE EMERALDISLE’ because of its landscape.The center of Ireland has a wide, rolling ...
LandIreland is sometimes called (13) ‘THE EMERALDISLE’ because of its landscape.The center of Ireland has a wide, rolling ...
Economy
EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.
EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.Farmers also raise (17) SHEEP.
EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.Farmers also raise (17) SHEEP.
EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.Farmers also raise (17) SHEEP.
EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.Farmers also raise (17) SHEEP.Manufacturi...
Conflict with Northern Ireland
Conflict with Northern IrelandBritain had conquered Ireland, but Ireland finally wonits independence in (18) 1921.
Conflict with Northern IrelandBritain had conquered Ireland, but Ireland finally wonits independence in (18) 1921.Many Prote...
Conflict with Northern IrelandBritain had conquered Ireland, but Ireland finally wonits independence in (18) 1921.Many Prote...
People
PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.
PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.(22) GAELIC and English are the official languages.
PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.(22) GAELIC and English are the official languages.(23) 88% of people...
PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.(22) GAELIC and English are the official languages.(23) 88% of people...
PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.(22) GAELIC and English are the official languages.(23) 88% of people...
Did you know?
Did you know?Ireland has fewer people today than it did in the1840’s when many people left because of famine andeconomic p...
Did you know?Ireland has fewer people today than it did in the1840’s when many people left because of famine andeconomic p...
Did you know?Ireland has fewer people today than it did in the1840’s when many people left because of famine andeconomic p...
Did you know?Ireland has fewer people today than it did in the1840’s when many people left because of famine andeconomic p...
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  • Gordon Brown\nQueen Elizabeth II 82 yrs old, ruling for 56 yrs\n
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  • United Kingdom and Ireland

    1. 1. The United Kingdom and Ireland
    2. 2. United Kingdom
    3. 3. United Kingdom
    4. 4. The UK: Four Regions
    5. 5. The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions:
    6. 6. The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions: (1) ENGLAND
    7. 7. The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions: (1) ENGLAND Wales
    8. 8. The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions: (1) ENGLAND Wales Scotland
    9. 9. The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions: (1) ENGLAND Wales Scotland Northern Ireland
    10. 10. The UK: Four RegionsThe United Kingdom is made up of four regions: (1) ENGLAND Wales Scotland Northern Ireland
    11. 11. The UK Broken Down
    12. 12. The UK Broken DownThe United Kingdom is a union of four countries:England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
    13. 13. The UK Broken DownThe United Kingdom is a union of four countries:England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.England, Wales, and Scotland are part of Europe’slargest island, (2) GREAT BRITAIN.
    14. 14. Country Detail MapThe UKUnited Kingdom Down Broken SHETLAND ISLANDS NORTH SEA Loch Ness • Inverness AT L A N T I C OCEAN • Aberdeen Ben Nevi s SCOTLANDThe United Kingdom is a union of four countries: NORTHERN Glasgow • Edinburgh IRELAND •England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Lough P E Neagh • Belfast N N I IRELAND Liverpool • Leeds ENGLAND • N E S L NE • Nottingham ANEngland, Wales, and Scotland are part of Europe’s CH T h am e s S Cardiff E • • London Glargest island, (2) GREAT BRITAIN. WALES Bristol R O E G T Plymouth ISLE OF • . S L WIGHT NE H AN H C G LIS EN© 2007 ProQuest-CSA LLC and Brigham Young University.
    15. 15. Land
    16. 16. LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.
    17. 17. LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.In the highland areas there are (4) MOORS, treelesslandscapes swept by strong winds.
    18. 18. LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.In the highland areas there are (4) MOORS, treelesslandscapes swept by strong winds.
    19. 19. LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.In the highland areas there are (4) MOORS, treelesslandscapes swept by strong winds.
    20. 20. LandThe UK is the size of (3) OREGON.In the highland areas there are (4) MOORS, treelesslandscapes swept by strong winds.There are narrow bays called (5) LOCHS that cutinto the highland coasts.
    21. 21. Climate
    22. 22. ClimateThe (6) GULF STREAM keeps the temperature mild.
    23. 23. ClimateThe (6) GULF STREAM keeps the temperature mild.The sea brings plenty of rain; foggy, damp weather isvery common.
    24. 24. Economy
    25. 25. EconomySince the Industrial Revolution, the UK has been amajor industrial and trading country.
    26. 26. EconomySince the Industrial Revolution, the UK has been amajor industrial and trading country.The leading natural resource is (7) OIL; it is thenumber one producer in all of Europe.
    27. 27. EconomySince the Industrial Revolution, the UK has been amajor industrial and trading country.The leading natural resource is (7) OIL; it is thenumber one producer in all of Europe.Computer and electronic industries are graduallybecoming more important.
    28. 28. EconomySince the Industrial Revolution, the UK has been amajor industrial and trading country.The leading natural resource is (7) OIL; it is thenumber one producer in all of Europe.Computer and electronic industries are graduallybecoming more important.The UK must import (8) 1/3 of its food supplybecause they do not have enough farmland.
    29. 29. People
    30. 30. PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.
    31. 31. PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.The capital, (10) LONDON is the most heavilypopulated city in Europe.
    32. 32. PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.The capital, (10) LONDON is the most heavilypopulated city in Europe.Most people are (11) PROTESTANT.
    33. 33. PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.The capital, (10) LONDON is the most heavilypopulated city in Europe.Most people are (11) PROTESTANT.
    34. 34. PeopleThere are about (9) 59 million people.The capital, (10) LONDON is the most heavilypopulated city in Europe.Most people are (11) PROTESTANT.
    35. 35. Government
    36. 36. GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest political party in the Parliament thenchooses the (12) PRIME MINISTER.
    37. 37. GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest political party in the Parliament thenchooses the (12) PRIME MINISTER.
    38. 38. GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest political party in the Parliament thenchooses the (12) PRIME MINISTER.
    39. 39. GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest political party in the Parliament thenchooses the (12) PRIME MINISTER.
    40. 40. GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest political party in the Parliament thenchooses the (12) PRIME MINISTER.
    41. 41. GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest political party in the Parliament thenchooses the (12) PRIME MINISTER.It is also a Constitutional Monarchy: a king or queenrepresents the country at public events. However,he or she does not actually hold any power of thegovernment.
    42. 42. GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest political party in the Parliament thenchooses the (12) PRIME MINISTER.It is also a Constitutional Monarchy: a king or queenrepresents the country at public events. However,he or she does not actually hold any power of thegovernment.
    43. 43. GovernmentThe United Kingdom is a Parliamentary Democracy:the voters elect representatives to the Parliament.The largest political party in the Parliament thenchooses the (12) PRIME MINISTER.It is also a Constitutional Monarchy: a king or queenrepresents the country at public events. However,he or she does not actually hold any power of thegovernment.
    44. 44. Ireland
    45. 45. Land
    46. 46. LandIreland is sometimes called (13) ‘THE EMERALDISLE’ because of its landscape.
    47. 47. LandIreland is sometimes called (13) ‘THE EMERALDISLE’ because of its landscape.The center of Ireland has a wide, rolling plaincovered with forests and farmland. This area is richin (14) PEAT, or plants partly decayed in water thatcan be dried and used for fuel. It is found in (15)BOGS, or low swampy lands.
    48. 48. LandIreland is sometimes called (13) ‘THE EMERALDISLE’ because of its landscape.The center of Ireland has a wide, rolling plaincovered with forests and farmland. This area is richin (14) PEAT, or plants partly decayed in water thatcan be dried and used for fuel. It is found in (15)BOGS, or low swampy lands.
    49. 49. Economy
    50. 50. EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.
    51. 51. EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.Farmers also raise (17) SHEEP.
    52. 52. EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.Farmers also raise (17) SHEEP.
    53. 53. EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.Farmers also raise (17) SHEEP.
    54. 54. EconomyMajor crops include (16) POTATOES, barley, wheat,sugar beets, and turnips.Farmers also raise (17) SHEEP.Manufacturing also contributes to the economy. Thisincludes foods, beverages, textiles, clothes, andcomputer equipment.
    55. 55. Conflict with Northern Ireland
    56. 56. Conflict with Northern IrelandBritain had conquered Ireland, but Ireland finally wonits independence in (18) 1921.
    57. 57. Conflict with Northern IrelandBritain had conquered Ireland, but Ireland finally wonits independence in (18) 1921.Many Protestants had settled in the northern sixcounties; these counties are now part of the UnitedKingdom.
    58. 58. Conflict with Northern IrelandBritain had conquered Ireland, but Ireland finally wonits independence in (18) 1921.Many Protestants had settled in the northern sixcounties; these counties are now part of the UnitedKingdom.The (19) NATIONALISTS want a united Ireland; the(20) LOYALISTS want Northern Ireland to remainpart of the United Kingdom.
    59. 59. People
    60. 60. PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.
    61. 61. PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.(22) GAELIC and English are the official languages.
    62. 62. PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.(22) GAELIC and English are the official languages.(23) 88% of people are Catholic.
    63. 63. PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.(22) GAELIC and English are the official languages.(23) 88% of people are Catholic.The two most popular sports are hurling and Gaelicfootball.
    64. 64. PeopleToday’s Irish are descendants of the (21) CELTS.(22) GAELIC and English are the official languages.(23) 88% of people are Catholic.The two most popular sports are hurling and Gaelicfootball.
    65. 65. Did you know?
    66. 66. Did you know?Ireland has fewer people today than it did in the1840’s when many people left because of famine andeconomic problems.
    67. 67. Did you know?Ireland has fewer people today than it did in the1840’s when many people left because of famine andeconomic problems.The University of Dublin was founded in (24) 1592.
    68. 68. Did you know?Ireland has fewer people today than it did in the1840’s when many people left because of famine andeconomic problems.The University of Dublin was founded in (24) 1592.There are no (25) SNAKES in Ireland.
    69. 69. Did you know?Ireland has fewer people today than it did in the1840’s when many people left because of famine andeconomic problems.The University of Dublin was founded in (24) 1592.There are no (25) SNAKES in Ireland.

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