Описание презентации по отдельным слайдам:
WELCOME TO OUR LESSON. OUR TOPIC TODAY: “MY LEISURE TIME”.
Say the Russian equivalents. 1. Work done, have your fun. 2. The most wasted day is that in which we did not laugh. 3. There is no time to lose. 4. Lost time is never found again. 5. If you cannot have the best, make the best of what you have. THERE ARE SOME ENGLISH PROVERBS:
Let’s check. Work done, have your fun. The most wasted day is that in which we did not laugh. There is no time to lose. Lost time is never found again. If you cannot have the best, make the best of what you have. Сделал дело – гуляй смело. Напрасно потраченный день тот, в котором мы не смеялись. Нельзя терять ни минуты. Потраченного времени не вернешь. Если не имеешь лучшего, используй лучшим образом то, что имеешь.
What does it mean? Leisure time Spare time Free time
1. How do you usually spend your free time? (If I have free time, I usually…) 2. What do you dislike doing in you free time? ( I dislike…) 3. How often do you watch TV? (… hours a day.) 4. Do you like going to the cinema or to the theatre? (I prefer… ) 5. Who is you best friend? 6. Can you describe his/her appearance? 7. Do you spend you free time together?
YOUR INTERESTS AND HOBBIES. I’m fond of… I’m keen on… I get pleasure from… I’m crazy about… It’s relaxing. It’s a change from.. It’s amusing. I get a lot out of it! It’s a waste of time. I prefer… Do nothing.
Write some sentences about hobbies these people. Clare……………………….. Michelle………………….. Phil………………………….. Martin……………………… Michelle Clare Phil Martin
MATROSKIN’S LETTER. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
British children like to do the following activities in their free time. fishing tennis cycling climbing shopping games chess nothing yoga swimming skating football ball gymnastics the guitar bowling walking sightseeing homework athletics What activities go to which column? GO DO PLAY
A lot of children enjoy these activities. Combine the words from the left and right columns. Listening to Reading Telling Watching Singing Going in for Playing Doing Writing books games athletics letters stories projects songs music TV sports
Leisure activities. SUMMER AUTUMN WINTER SPRING
Match a line in A with a line in B and a line in C. A B C 1.I went for a walk 2.I am going to the library 3.I went to town 4.I phoned the theatre 5.I want to borrow some money 6.I bought some flowers 7.I am going to Paris 8.I wrote to John to make to buy to get to change to visit to explain to find out to do the house smell nice. a new car. some friends. how to get to my house. my books. some fresh air. some shopping. what time the play started.
Pair work: Situation 1. It’s stopped raining – the sun is coming out! (Suggest doing something). Situation 2. You go out of the house and it starts raining. (Go back in and suggest an indoor activity). Suggesting Accepting Refusing How about watching a film? Let’s go to the cinema. What about going to the cinema? Why don’t we go to the cinema? Would you like to go to the cinema? I’d like to. With pleasure. That’s a good idea. Yes, I would. How exciting! I’m sorry. I can’t. I don’t think it’s very exciting! I ‘d like to but… It’s a waste of time.
Complete the conversations: 1. -Let’s ______ out. - I’m sorry I____. 2. - Would ________ to the disco? - Yes, ________. With ____. 3. - How _____ watching TV? - I’d______, but I promised to help my mum.
УРОК АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА, 7 КЛ. УМК «ENGLISH», 7 КЛ. Презентация «МОЕ СВОБОДНОЕ ВРЕМЯ». АВТОР: РУСАНОВА ОЛЬГА ЛЕОНИДОВНА, учитель английского языка, МОУ-СОШ № 10 г. Армавир Краснодарский край.
Краткое описание документа:
What do old and young do in their leisure time ? What do young people in different countries prefer to do ?
Leisure is time spent in non-compulsory activities. Because leisure time is free from compulsory activities such as work, study, household duties, eating and sleeping, it is often referred to as 'free time'. It is not easy to say exactly what teenagers in different countries do in their leisure time. They are engaged in sports activities. They listen to their favourite music bands or take part in different concerts. Teenagers discover the world and themselves. In the main, all young people are individualists. Teenagers unite in specific organisations.