Даний конспект уроку містить матеріали що сприяють розвитку навичок аудіювання, читання, говоріння та письма з теми "Спорт", а також сприятиме розширенню лексичного запасу учнів з даної тематики.
Topic: Sport. Kinds of Sports. Sport in Great Britain
Equipment: a computer, a multimedia projector, HO (a text for reading).
T: Good afternoon, dear pupils. I’m glad to see you. How are you today?
I see you are in a good mood, full of energy and ready for the lesson.
T: For the start, I would like you to guess the topic of our lesson. Slide 1.
Look at the screen and say whom can you see there? What is the connection between them? What do these people do? Right you are. It’s Sport.
Look at these pictures and say what are these? Right you are. These are different kinds of sport.
And now look at these pictures and tell me what do you associate with these pictures? Right you are. It’s Great Britain.
T: So, what is the topic of our lesson?
S: The topic of the lesson is “Sport . Kinds of Sports. Sport in Great Britain”.
T: During the lesson we’ll:
S – speak about popular sports, games, famous sport places in Britain.
P – practice sport lexical material in speaking.
O – organize well game and pair work
R – read and watch, find and discuss additional information on the topic .
T – try to understand as more as possible information during the lesson.
3. WARMING – UP
T: To my mind, sport is very important in our life and I’m sure to be a happy person is to be a healthy person. If you want to have a strong and beautiful body you must exercise yourself. We can’t buy our health. We should be more careful to it. The healthy way of life is a way without alcohol, smoking, drugs. I hope that such things as Love, Friendship, Respect, Happiness will help us to be healthy not only physically but spiritually as well as Latin proverb says “A sound mind in a sound body”.
Do you agree with me?
And now, my dear students, it is interesting to me to know your opinions about your attitude to sport. Try to finish this sentence, please:
Sport is very important in our life because…
S1: I think, everyone must do all he can to be healthy. Sport makes people healthy, keeps them in feet.
S2: To my mind, sport is very important in our life because physically inactive people get old earlier than those who have plenty of exercises.
S3: As for me, I think, sport is very important in our life because sport activity helps me feel cheerful, active and full of energy. That’s why it is necessary to go in for sport.
S4: If you want to be healthy, strong and beautiful you should go in for sport.
II. MAIN PART
T: There are lots of different kinds of sports and games. What are they? Let’s revise (Slides 3-26)
Words: cricket, football, rugby, horse-racing, boat-racing, motor-racing, tennis, golf, baseball, hockey, boxing, basketball, volleyball, badminton, climbing, weight lifting, windsurfing, chess, running, cycling, jumping, swimming, gymnastics, figure-skating, water polo, fencing, skiing.
T: Which of these kinds of sport do you prefer?
T: Who can name water/adventure/pair sport and team sport?
T: Who can name ball games?
Pair work (Slides 27-28)
T: Now take the cards and match these words to make word combinations.
T: And now make up the sentences using these word combinations and try to use these phrases into your sentences.
T: Listen to the descriptions of the sports and try to guess what kind of sport is it.
T: Your homework was to find some information about the famous kinds of sport in GB. Who wants to tell us about them?
S1: I want to tell you about golf.
Golf is a national game which originated in the 15th century. It is played on a golf-course by 2 or 4 persons, each with a small hard ball, driven with the club, into a series of 9 or 18 holes, using as few strokes as possible.
S2: I want to tell you about cricket.
Cricket is a national game which started in the 17 century. It is played on grass field with bats and a small ball by 2 teams of 11 players each.
S3: I want to tell you about rugby.
Rugby is a form of football played with an oval ball which may be kicked or carried. The game originated in 1823, in the town of Rugby. Scoring in rugby is by points, not goals. The team has 15 players.
S4: I want to tell you about squash.
Squash is a game played by 2 people with rackets and a small soft rubber ball in a court enclosed by four walls. The most basic philosophy of the game, which is, you have to hit the ball away from your opponent’s position.
S5: I want to tell you about curling.
Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric circles. Two teams, each with four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite stones, also called rocks, across the ice curling sheet towards the house, a circular target marked on the ice. Each team has eight stones. The purpose is to accumulate the highest score for a game. A game usually consists of eight or ten ends.
S6: I want to tell you about rowing.
Rowing is a sport with origins back to Ancient Egyptian times. It is based on propelling a boat (racing shell) on water using oars. By pushing against the water with an oar, a force is generated to move the boat. The sport can be either recreational, where the focus is on learning the technique of rowing, or competitive, where athletes race against each other in boats.
S2: I want to tell you about croquet.
Croquet is a sport that involves hitting plastic or wooden balls with a mallet through hoops embedded in a grass playing court. Today Croquet is played all over the World with international tournaments being held annually in several countries. Variants of the game are also played in Egypt and Japan. It is encouraging that an increasing number of young players are participating in the game at all levels.
WATCHING VIDEO “SPORT IN GREAT BRITAIN”
Pre-viewing. Vocabulary presentation.
T: You know that Englishmen are great lovers of sport. They like to talk and think about it. Sport plays a very important role in their lives. We’re going to watch film about the most popular kinds of sport and games in Britain and the famous English venues. In this film you’ll hear many new words. Try to understand, learn and remember them.
Venues – place used for a sporting event.
(місця проведення спортивних змагань)
Wembley (Wembley Stadium) – a famous sport stadium in London. The most important sports event held here every year.
Wimbledon – district of London. It’s well known around the world as the home of the All England Tennis Club.
St.Andrew’s –a town in Scotland, famous for the Royal and Ancient golf club.
Henley – a town on the river Thames. It is famous for the rowing races held there during the Henley Regatta.
Lord’s Ground – a famous English cricket ground.
T: While you watching film pay attention to the names of sports, games, venues, numbers. Try to understand more information because you’ll have tasks and you’ll get marks for it.
T: What sports have you seen? Name them.
(Football, cricket, rugby, tennis, rowing, swimming, cycling, walking, horse-racing, moto-racing, aerobics , hurdling, running, croquet, squash, curling)
T: And now you should be attentively, read the tasks and carry out the test.
1. Over …… Clubs belong to the British Cycling federation.
2. About ….... % of British people go walking.
3. The Pennine Way is ….. kilometers long.
4. There are …… public swimming pools in Britain?
3. Say if the statement is true or false.
1) This is Wembley – the scene of some great football matches. +
2) Lot's of people go cycling in Britain. +
3) St. Andrew’s in Scotland is the home of football. –
3) Henley is the center of the world rowing. +
5) Lord’s is the headquarters of cricket. +
6) All over Britain more and more people are taking up different sports and activities. +
7) Curling is a French game played on ice. -
Guess the name of the sport according to the following definition:
(Key: a) walking, b) swimming, c) cycling, d) football, e) curling, f) cricket)
III. SUMMING – UP.
T: You may choose your home task. For average level: find information about these popular English games and fill in the table.
A small soft rubber ball
b) Link the words in the “clouds” of one colour in order to make 7 idioms and translate them into Ukrainian.
Т:You were great today. I liked your working very much. Some of you were very active and inventive at our lesson. They are:___________________________________________________.
Your marks are:__________________________________________
Such pupils as___________________________________________
And_____________________ your marks are__________________
Next time try to be more organize, more active during the lesson.
- And now my dear pupils it’s interesting to me to know your attitude to our today’s lesson. You can see three balls on your desks: green colour means ”The lesson was interesting and useful for me”. Yellow colour means “The lesson was a bit boring for me and I had some difficulties”. Red colour means “The lesson was boring and not useful for me”.