Цілі: вдосконалювати лексичні и граматичні навички; вдосконалювати навички аудіювання й усного мовлення; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати доброзичливе ставлення до співрозмовника і позитивне ставлення до здорового способу життя.
Answer the questions.
1. What do you do to keep fit?
2. Are there any fitness clubs in your town?
3. Have you ever gone to a fitness club?
4. Do you do any sports?
5. What sport is it?
6. How often do you go in for sports and where?
7. What sport is popular in your family?
8. Do you take part in any competitions?
9. Have you ever won a prize or medal there?
2. Writing and speaking
Answer the questions.
What’s better: to play or to watch it?
2. Are you against or for sport?
3. Which arguments do you agree or disagree with?
Fill in the chart with some arguments as for sports.
1. Sport builds character.
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3. If you watch sport on TV, you don’t need to go out.
4. Sport takes a lot of time.
5. Sport helps people to become good friends.
6. Sport causes a lot of injuries.
7. Sport takes a lot of energy.
8. You can always choose what sports competition to watch.
9. Sport makes you unhappy when you lose.
10. Not all children have special skills to take part in sport.
11. Sport teaches you to win and to lose.
12. Sport teaches you to be disciplined.
13. Watching TV unites the family.
– What reasons can you add for and against sport?
3. Vocabulary practice
Do ex. 4, 102.
Match the words with their Ukrainian equivalents.
A visiting team
A home team
Listen to the text about water polo rules and complete the sentences in ex. 5, p. 102.
Water polo originated in England and Scotland was one of the original team sports at the first modern Olympic Games in 1900 with Great Britain winning the first four men’s Olympic gold medals in 1900, 1908,1912 and 1920.
The sport combines speed and strength as well as teamwork and a high level of fitness – one outfield player can cover up to two miles in one game alone.
The playing area is ЗО X 20 meters with a minimum of 2 meters of depth.
The game is played in four quarters, each quarter being eight minutes in length with two-minute intervals between quarters.
The home team usually wear white caps and the visiting team wear coloured (traditionally blue). Goalkeepers must wear red caps to make them easily identifiable to the referees. Caps are numbered from 1 to 13 with goalkeepers wearing 1 and 13. Only seven players per team are allowed in the water at one time.
Players cannot touch the bottom or sides of the pool. Except for the goalkeeper, players may handle the bright yellow colour ball with only one hand.
There are ordinary fouls and major fouls. Major fouls result is a temporary 20-second removing.
Key: 1 seven; 2 four; 3 eight; 4 thirty, twenty; 5 yellow; 6 twenty; 7 five.
Do ex. 6, p. 103.
Do ex. 7, p. 104.
Write the rules of any sports game you like.