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Sport. Kinds of Sports создатель Mind Map: Sport. Kinds of Sports

1. GRAMMAR PRACTICE When do we use…? GO – if you speak about sport ending in –ing. (e.g. I go swimming.) PLAY – if you speak about ball games (or chess). (e.g. I play football.) DO – if you speak about other sports. (e.g. I do athletics.)

1.1. Let's play a game

1.2. Complete the sentences using do, play, or go. 1. Every morning I _________ jogging. 2. On Saturday mornings my brothers ________ football. 3. I _______ gymnastics on Saturdays. 4. My mother and I ___________ aerobics every week. 5. My father and mother _________ golf at the weekend. 6. In winter we ________ skiing. 7. In summer we ________ tennis and ________ swimming.

2. VOCABULARY PRACTICE There are lots of different kinds of sports and games. What are they?

2.1. cricket, football, rugby, horse – racing, boat – racing, motor – racing, tennis, golf, baseball, hockey, boxing, basketball, volleyball, badminton, handball, darts, chess, running, cycling, jumping, swimming, gymnastics, figure – skating, water polo.

3. LISTENING T: Listen to the descriptions of the sports and tеll what kind of sport is it

3.1. This game is played everywhere – in Ukraine and in other countries too. It was first played in the USA. Each of the two teams has five players. They bounce the ball on the floor up and down with one hand. They try to throw the ball into the basket.

3.2. It is a very popular game in England and in Ukraine. The players kick the ball with their feet. The game lasts 90 minutes and has two halves. The players try to score a goal.

3.3. It is a very beautiful kind of sport. It gives the sportsmen strength, rhythm and grace. The sportsmen do some exercises and dance to music on the ice. The dancers have very nice costumes on.

3.4. It is a team game. Both men and women can play it. The players have a ball. They play the ball with their hands. There are six players in every team.

3.5. It is a game of two players. Each player starts with sixteen different playing pieces. They move the playing pieces on a board. The aim of the game is taking your opponent's king.

4. WARMING – UP T: For the start, I would like you to write the old Latin saying by letters. Your tasks are: • to write down the proverb; • to translate it; • to tell us your opinion about its meaning; • to guess the topic of the lesson.

4.1. A sound mind in a sound body.

5. RELAXATION

6. READING

6.1. Pre – reading T: Before you read, try to guess if sport is so important for people

6.2. While – reading T: Read the paragraphs below

6.3. The Olympic Games is the greatest international sport event in the world, in which thousands of athletes compete in different types of sports. The Olympic idea means friendship, fraternity and cooperation among the people of the world. The original Olympic Games began in ancient Greece in 776 B.C. These games were part of a festival held every fourth year in honour of God Zeus in the town called Olympia. It was a great athletic festival, including competitions in wrestling, foot racing and chariot racing, rowing and others. The Olympic Games were very important for ancient world. In the period of Games all wars were stopped. The Games were accompanied by atrs festivals. Poets recited their poems, singers sang hymns — all this in honour of God Zeus and the sacred Games. All athletes competed naked. The modern word “gymnastics” originates from the Greek word “gymos” that means “naked”. Only men could take part in the Olympic Games. Greek women were forbidden not only to participate but also to watch the Games. But there existed Games for women named Gerai (called after goddess Gera). The Olympic Games took place from the 8th century BC till the 4th century AD. In 394 AD the Roman Emperor Theodosius banned the Olympic Games because he decided that these competitions are, in essence, pagan festival. Pierre de Coubertin In the late 19th century, Baron Pierre de Coubertin decided to revive the Olympic Games. For this purpose, he founded the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1894, and two years later, in 1896 the modern summer Olympic Games were established in Athens. The Games are currently held every two years, with Summer and Winter Olympic Games alternating. The evolution of the Olympic Movement during the 20th century forced the IOC to adapt the Games to the world’s changing social circumstances. Some of these adjustments included the creation of the Winter Games for ice and snow sports, the Paralympic Games for athletes with physical disabilities, and the Youth Olympic Games for teenage athletes. The Olympic motto is “Citius, Altius, Fortius”, which is Latin for “Swifter, Higher, Stronger”. The motto was proposed by Pierre de Coubertin and was introduced in 1924 at the Olympic Games in Paris. A more informal but well known motto, also introduced by De Coubertin, is “The most important thing is not to win but to take part!”The symbol of the Olympic Games is composed of five interlocking rings, colored blue, yellow, black, green, and red on a white field. This was originally designed in 1912 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin. These five rings represent the five continents of the world: America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. The nearest Winter Olympic Games are to be held in Vancouver, Canada, in February 2010. Next Olympic Games will be held in London 2012 and Sochi 2014.The symbol of the Olympic Games is composed of five interlocking rings, colored blue, yellow, black, green, and red on a white field. This was originally designed in 1912 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin. These five rings represent the five continents of the world: America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.The nearest Winter Olympic Games are to be held in Vancouver, Canada, in February 2010. Next Olympic Games will be held in London 2012 and Sochi 2014.

6.3.1. Post – reading

6.3.1.1. 1. Write down only an answer. a) Who decided to revive the Olympic Game in the late 19th century? b) What is the greatest international sport event in the world, in which thousands of athletes compete in different types of sports? c) Who could take part in the Olympic Games? d) Who competed naked? e) When all wars were stopped (ancient world)? f) When the Games are currently held ?

6.3.1.2. 2.GROUP WORK T: Work in groups of four. Write a list of Olympic Games sports on a sheet of paper. One person thinks of a sport and the others have to guess which sport it is. These questions will help you. • Is it a team sport/game? • Do you use a ball? • Do you compete with the others? • Is it a water sport? • Is it… (swimming)?

7. SPEAKING ROLE – PLAY. INTERVIEVING T: Now imagine that a reporter came to you and he wants to interview you about your favourite kind of sports. Possible questions: 1. Do you like sport? Why? 2. Are you fond of playing football? 3. Does sport help you to keep fit? 4. How often do you go to the sports ground? 5. What sports are popular in your family? 6. Are you good at running (swimming, skating…) ? 7. Do you want to be a sportsman?

8. SUMMING – UP T: What have you learnt at today's lesson? What can you do now? S1: I can recognize different kinds of sports. S2: I can speak about my favourite kind of sports.

9. HOME ASSIGNMENT T: Write about your favourite kind of sports using the writing guide. • My favourite kind of sports is… . • I think that… . • I go (play, do)… every … (two times a week). • I want to… (take part in…, win cups, medals…).

10. Соло Вікторія конспект уроку з англіської мова для 7 класу по підручнику О.Д Карпюк. Тема: "Спорт, Види спорту"