your nameThe BritishIslesEngland, Scotland, Wales,and Northern IrelandBellringers
your name
your nameSlide 3:EnglandWalesScotlandNorthernIreland
your nameSlide 4: The Gulf Stream, or North Atlantic Drift provides warmwater to the British Isles, providing milder weath...
your nameEnglish MonarchyQueen Elizabeth II
your nameBig Ben
your nameLondon EyepanoramicStonehenge—2500BC
your nameBritish EmpireSlide 8: Australia, India, and Canada
your nameWhite Cliffs of Dover
IrelandIreland
The TroublesThe TroublesSlide 9: The term “The Troubles”,refers to conflict which existed formany years between Protestant...
Irish PotatoIrish Potato
your namePotato FaminePotato FaminePotato FaminePotato Famine Potato FaminePotato FamineBig BenBig BenBig BenBig Ben Big B...
BellringerDirections: Answer thefollowing question.Celtic knotwork designssymbolize “eternity.” Whichdescription best conv...
BellringerDirections: Study the mapand then answer thequestion below.What is the longestcanal system inScotland?A.UnionB.F...
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  • Stonehenge is believed to have been built around 2500BC.
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    1. 1. your nameThe BritishIslesEngland, Scotland, Wales,and Northern IrelandBellringers
    2. 2. your name
    3. 3. your nameSlide 3:EnglandWalesScotlandNorthernIreland
    4. 4. your nameSlide 4: The Gulf Stream, or North Atlantic Drift provides warmwater to the British Isles, providing milder weather.
    5. 5. your nameEnglish MonarchyQueen Elizabeth II
    6. 6. your nameBig Ben
    7. 7. your nameLondon EyepanoramicStonehenge—2500BC
    8. 8. your nameBritish EmpireSlide 8: Australia, India, and Canada
    9. 9. your nameWhite Cliffs of Dover
    10. 10. IrelandIreland
    11. 11. The TroublesThe TroublesSlide 9: The term “The Troubles”,refers to conflict which existed formany years between Protestants &Catholics living in northern Ireland.
    12. 12. Irish PotatoIrish Potato
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    14. 14. BellringerDirections: Answer thefollowing question.Celtic knotwork designssymbolize “eternity.” Whichdescription best conveys themeaning of eternity?A.Brightly colored linesB.Hypnotic effectC.Ornamental designD.Lines with no beginning orendCeltic knotworkdesigns
    15. 15. BellringerDirections: Study the mapand then answer thequestion below.What is the longestcanal system inScotland?A.UnionB.Forth and ClydeC.CalendonianD.Crinan

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