SPORTS AND GAMES



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UNIT 3. BIGGER! STRONGER! FASTER!

LESSON 26

SPORTS AND GAMES

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички аудіювання й усного мовлення, активізу­вати діалогічне висловлювання з метою контролю засвоєння поданого лексичного матеріалу; удосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; виховувати доброзичливе ставлення до співрозмовника; розвивати мовну здогадку.

PROCEDURE

1. Warm-up

Answer the questions.

1) What sports are you fond of?

2) What winter / summer sports do you know?

3) What do you prefer: to go in for sports or to watch sports events on TV or the stadium?

4) Name 5 or 6 widespread sports in Ukraine. (Football, basketball, hockey, skiing, athletics

and so on)

5) What are the most popular sports in Britain? (Football, tennis, golf, cricket.)

2. Speaking

Show the pictures of cricket, football, golf and tennis to pupils and ask them to name these kinds of sport. Then ask them to change the un­derlined words in the sentences on the board to make them true.

1) Cricket is a winter game and it is played in school, colleges and uni­versities.

2) Golf was first played in England in 1877.

3) The two best football teams play in the Cup Final at Wimbledon, near London.

4) People played football in England as early as 1550.

5) Golf national teams compete with each other every year.

6) International cricket matches last for 5 weeks.

7) Skiing, skating and sailing have always been popular in Britain.

8) Golf began to develop in Wales.

Key: 1 – summer, 2 – tennis, 3 – Wembley Stadium in London, 4 – cricket, 5 – football, 6 – days, 7 – swimming, boating, 8- Scot­land.

Say some words about each of these kinds of sports and then answer the question:

Why aren’t the British very interested in skiing and skating.

3. Writing

Practise the vocabulary.

What is the difference between sports and games? Write down the following words into the correct columns: running, football, rugby, long jump, volleyball, gymnastics, high jump, basketball, swimming, karate, hockey, tennis, cycling, fencing, horse riding, athletics, soccer, baseball, boxing, badminton.

Sports

Games

Long jump

Football

4. Reading and speaking

Read the dialogue in Ex. 4 and act it out. What is the difference bet­ween field events and track events?

Work in pairs.

Do Ex. 5, p. 45.

5. Listening

Listen to the text and fill in the chart. But at first compare:

British English American English

Football soccer

American football football

Baseball is an American game between two teams and is played on a field with a bat and a small white ball. Each team consists of nine play­ers. The teams take turns playing in the field and batting the ball. A base­ball game has nine “innings”. That means that every team plays in the field nine times and is “at bat” nine times. The object of the game is to score more “runs” than the other team. Only the team at bat can score runs. The team with the most runs at the end of nine innings wins.

Basketball is played on a court with a large orange ball. There are five players on each team. Each team moves the ball across the court by bouncing or “dribbling” it. The object of the game is to shoot the ball into the basket to score a point. The team with the most points wins.

Football is a field game between two teams, played with an oval­shaped ball. Each team consists of eleven players, who carry, throw, or kick the ball. The quarterback starts by throwing, or passing, the ball to one of the players, called a receiver. The receiver tries to run with it to­wards the goal. The players of the other team try to prevent him from reaching the goal line. The team with the most points wins.

Soccer is a field game between two teams, played with a white round ball. The goalkeeper is the only one who can touch the ball with his or her hands. The other players are only allowed to kick the ball or bump it with their heads. The object of the game is to kick the ball past the goal­keeper into the goal. The team with the most points or goals wins.

Game

Place

Necessary things

Number of players in each team

The object of the game

Key:

Game

Place

Necessary things

Number of players in each team

The object of the game

Baseball

Field

A bat, a small white ball

9

To score more “runs”

Basket­ball

Court

A large orange ball

5

To shoot the ball into the basket

Football

Field

An oval-shaped ball

11

To throw the ball into the goal

Soccer

Field

A white round ball

11

To kick the ball into the goal

6. Summary

Answer the questions.

1) What sports and games are popular with your classmates?

2) What do you prefer: games or individual sports?

3) What is the difference between football and American football?

7. Homework

Do Ex. 6, p. 45, copy the new words into the vocabularies.


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