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Transcript of SPORTS
"Basketball is always going to be the number one sport in Lithuania. I love it, too, but swimming is getting a bit more recognition now."
SPORTS IN MY LIFE
Are the statements True (T) or False (F)?
1. What individual and team sports are you interested in?
2. Do you prefer doing sport or being a spectator?
3. Which sport would you never try? Why?
4. Do you think PE should be optional at school? Why?
1. What sports do/did you play?
2. Do you watch sports on TV?
3. Is there any sport that you would like to learn?
4. Who is your favourite athlete?
1. Ruta Meilutyte was born in Plymouth, UK.
2. In 2012, Ruta won an Olympic gold medal in the women's 50-metre breaststroke.
3. It's difficult for her to combine professional sport with studies in college.
4. Ruta trains for 30 hours every week because she is not a full-time student.
5. The swimmer did not expect to win a medal at the London Olympics.
6. Ruta thinks that racing without losing is impossible.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Lesson plan and objectives
Task 1. Group the words in your ex. book
To discuss the topic of sports:
- a quiz
- sports in your life
- professional athletes
To practice vocabulary of sports:
- types of sports
- sports and places
- people in sports
- use of play / go / do
To write and present a story about a sportsperson
1. How long does a football match last?
2. How many referees are there in a basketball match?
3. How many players are there in a volleyball team?
4. How often are the Olympic Games held?
5. How long is a marathon?
6. How many holes are there on a golf course?
7. How long is one lap in an athletics track?
1. 90 mins (+ added time for stoppages)
4. Every 4 years
5. 42.195 km
7. 400 meters
How well did you do?
archery, weights, coach, course, helmet, pitch, snorkelling, spectators, track, referee, captain, track, skis, hang-gliding, golf club, team, court
circuit, fencing, rink, shuttlecock, reserve player, flippers.
Who said it?
PLAY - GO - DO
Play - sports with teams, rules and competitions or tournaments (often ball games)
Go - the name of the activity is the gerund form of the verb (-ing)
Do - all other recreational activities (often martial arts)
Coursebook, p. 97, ex. 3
extra: make 3 sentences with play/make/do + sport
use these words to write a story
leg(s) runner amputate 1 (one) running gold shot
A true story
This lesson was useful.
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I was active in the lesson.
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The tasks were interesting.
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I liked the lesson.
My score is .....
A sprint runner Oscar Pistorius was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1986. Born without a fibula (*šeivikaulis) in either of his legs, Oscar's legs were amputated below the knee just before he turned one. After competing in several school sports, he took up running at 16 and within just a few months won a gold at the 2004 Athens Paralympics. Initially banned from international competition, Pistorius successfully entered the 2012 Summer games in London and became the first amputee athlete to compete in the track events at the Olympics. In early 2013, Pistorius admitted to shooting and killing his girlfriend, a model Reeva Steenkamp, at his home in South Africa.