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Методическая разработка


по теме: «Be a good sport »

для учащихся 8 класса

(этап совершенствование навыков устной и письменной речи, совершенствование грамматических навыков)



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Exercises

  1. Word power. Many sport words became international. Do you know these sport words? Put the words in the right column in the table.


swimming

ball

athlete

hockey

ride

field

mountaineer

fast

chess

swim

tennis player

artistic

skiing

track

gymnastics

patient

play

do

parachute

net

figure skater

footballer

box

energetic

gymnast

bike

go

courageous

acrobat

ring

golf

figure skating

cricket

skate

windsurfing

horse-racing

cycling

acrobatics

parachutist

bold

judo

badminton

pool

strong

basketball

stadium

jump

runner



sport

sportsman

equipment

activity

skills



























  1. Вставьте пропущенные буквы в слова.


acti_ity

s_ort

sk_ing

r_gby

s_ort_man

ma_ch

sw_mming p_ol

_udo

dan_erous

com_eti_ion

bod_bu_lding

f_tness

m_dal



  1. Распутайте слова.


doortuo megas

treexem

dlog daemsl

lccynig

netnsi

nasmygcits

arrehcy

kcircte

sucsid

cohyke

smwmniig

layp

pujm

toolfabl


  1. Match the words with the pictures.

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basketball

boxing

fishing

football

golf

jogging

baseball

swimming

table tennis / ping-pong

tennis

soccer

mountain climbing


  1. Find the names of sports in the crossword.

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  1. What kind of sport?


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  1. Choose the right word to complete these opinions.


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  1. Match the names of sports with the names of equipments.

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  1. Match the pictures to the names of sport
    a) sky diving
    b) bungee jumping
    c) pot holing
    d) rock climbing
    e) white-water rafting
    f) scuba diving
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  1. Fill in the information with the right forms of the verbs.


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Complete the questions to the facts about the Olympic Games.

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  1. Peter, Sue and Bob are football fans. They are talking about the World Cup. Complete their conversation by putting in the question tags.


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  1. Make sentences complete using Past Simple or Present Perfect. Sometimes the verb is active, sometimes passive.


  1. The Wimbledon championship (to hold) since 1877.

  2. Women (to take part) in the Wimbledon championships since 1884.

  3. The University boat-race (to start) in 1820 and (to row) on the Thames almost every spring since 1836.

  4. The Cup Finals and other events (to take place) at Wembley since 1923.

  5. Horse-racing (to begin) in the Arab countries many centuries ago.

  6. Tom (to participate) in sports contests since 1999 and already ( to set) a new school record in the 100 meter race.



  1. Read the text and answer the questions.


A Fantastic New Idea.


Eighty years ago, Mr. Goode of Putney, South London, went to the chemist’s to buy some aspirin. In the shop, he almost forgot about his tablets as he stood looking at the pimpled rubber mat on the counter. It has given him a fantastic new idea.

He paid for his aspirin and the rubber mat. Then he rushed home, cut the rubber mat to the right shape and size and stuck it to his wooden table tennis bat. The thin layer of rubber helped him put a very fast spin on the ball. When he became the English champion, everyone started copying him, putting rubber layer on their bats, and soon Mr. Goode’s clever idea completely changed the style and speed of table tennis.

Table tennis was first invented in England in about 1880. At first the game had several strange names: Gossima, Whiff Whaff and Ping Pong. It wasn’t until 1926 that the international Table Tennis Association was formed with international championship and rules. One of the rules was that the rubber lining of the bat (Mr. Goode’s invention) couldn’t be more than two millimeters thick in each side.



Questions:

  1. Where did Mr. Goode live?

  2. Where did he see the pimpled rubber mat?

  3. What did he do with rubber layer?

  4. In what way did the thin layer of rubber help him?

  5. What changed the style and speed of the table tennis?

  6. When and where was table tennis first invented?

  7. How thick could the rubber lining of the bat be?



  1. Highland games are not the only kind of sport in the Great Britain. Read this text to find out what other kinds of sport are popular and considered “national” in Great Britain. Do the exercises after the text.


SPORT IN GREAT BRITAIN


Many kinds of sport originated from England. The English have a proverb, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. They do not think that play is more important than work; they think that Jack will do his work better if he plays as well, so he is encourages to do both. Association football, or soccer is one of the most popular games in the British Isles played from late August until the beginning of May. In summer the English national sport is cricket. When the English say: “that’s not cricket” it means “that’s not fair”, “to play the games” means “to be fair”.

Golf is Scotland’s chief contribution to British sport. It is worth nothing here an interesting feature of sporting life in Britain, namely, its frequently close connection with the social class of the players or spectators except where a game may be said to be a “national” sport. This is the case with cricket in England which is played and watched by all classes. This is true of golf, which is everywhere in the British Isles a middle-class activity. Rugby Union, the amateur variety of Rugby football, is the Welsh national sport played by all sections of society whereas, elsewhere, it too is a game for the middle classes. Association football is a working-class sport as are boxing, wrestling, snooker, darts and dog-racing. As far as fishing is concerned it is, apart from being the most popular British sport from the angle of the number of active participants, a sport where what is caught determines the class of a fisherman. If it is a salmon or trout it is upper-class, but if it is the sort of fish found in canals, ponds or the sea, then the angler is almost sure to be working-class.

Walking and swimming are the two most popular sporting activities, being almost equally undertaken by men and women. Snooker (billiards), pool and darts are next most popular sports among men. Aerobics (keep-fit exercises) and yoga, squash and cycling are among the sports where participation has been increasing in recent years.

There are several places in Britain associated with a particular kind of sport. One of them is Wimbledon – a suburb to the south of London where the All-England Lawn Tennis Championships are held in July (since 1877). The finals of the tournament are played on the Centre Court. The other one is Wembley – a stadium in north London where international football matches, the Cup Finals and other events have taken place since 1923. It can hold over 100000 spectators. The third one is Derby, the most famous flat race in the English racing calendar, which has been run at Epsom near London since 1780.




  1. Sequencing.

Put the points of the plan in the correct order.

  1. Places in Great Britain associated with particular kinds of sport.

  2. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

  3. Connection of sport life with social class of players and spectators.

  4. Popular kinds of sport.

  5. National kinds of sport.


  1. Multiple choice.

Choose the correct variant.

  1. all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” means:

  1. We must work but not play;

  2. Play is more important than work;

  3. We should do both: play and work.

Why do they think so?

  1. The phrase “to play the game” means:

  1. To be sly, pretend;

  2. To be honest, fair;

  3. To be active, energetic.


  1. Filling the gaps.

Put in the necessary words or phrases to complete the sentences.

  1. Association football is played from … till … .

  2. Cricket is … national sport.

  3. The Scotland’s chief contribution to British sport is … .

  4. Rugby Union, the amateur variety of rugby football is … national game.

  5. Fishermen of upper-class catch … , anglers of working class catch ordinary fish in … .


  1. Matching.

Match the beginning of the phrase with the suitable ending.


  1. International football matches (like the Cup Final and others) take place in … .

  1. Wembley (a stadium in North London);

  1. All-England Lawn Tennis Championship are held in July in … .

  1. Derby at Epson;

  1. The most famous flat race is … .

  1. Wimbledon (a suburb to the South of London).




  1. Match the pictures with the words given in the list:


  1. Tossing the caber;

  2. Throwing the hammer;

  3. Traditional music of pipes (pipers);

  4. Tug of war;

  5. Dancing competitions (Highland fling, sword dance);

  6. Athletes in kilts.



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Answers

sport

sportsman

equipment

activity

skills

swimming

athlete

ball

ride

fast

hockey

mountaineer

field

swim

artistic

chess

tennis player

track

play

patient

skiing

figure skater

parachute

do

energetic

gymnastics

footballer

net

go

courageous

golf

gymnast

box

jump

bold

figure skating

acrobat

bike


strong

cricket

parachutist

ring



windsurfing

runner

skate



horse-racing


pool



cycling


stadium



acrobatics





judo





badminton





basketball







  1. Activity; sport; skiing; rugby; sportsman; match; swimming pool; judo; dangerous; competition; bodybuilding; fitness; medal.

  2. outdoor games; extreme; gold medals; cycling; tennis; gymnastics; archery; cricket; discus; hockey; swimming; play; jump; football.

  3. 1-swimming; 2-football; 3-jogging; 4-basketball; 5-mountain climbing; 6-boxing; 7-fishing; 8-golf; 9-table tennis / ping-pong; 10-tennis; 11-baseball; 12-soccer.

  4. Across: 1. football;2. judo; 3. badminton; 4. ice hockey; 5. skating; 6. gymnastics; 7. volleyball; 8. motor racing (horse racing)

Down: 1. rugby; 2. tennis; 3. athletics; 4. cricket; 5. skiing; 6. darts; 7. box; 8. swimming; 9. karate; 10. cycling; 11. polo.

  1. a) chess; b) boating; c) hockey; d) darts; e) cycling; f) fishing; g) figure skating; h) tennis.

  2. a) interested; b) interesting; c) exciting; d) disgusted; e) fascinating.

  3. 1-e; 2-I; 3-c; 4-h; 5-d; 6-b; 7-a; 8-g; 9-j; 10-f.

  4. a-C; b-F; c-E; d-A; e-B; f-D.

  5. 1- began; happened; were; was; were introduced; were; ended; began; were; started; began; are.

2- a. Where did the original Olympic Games start?

b. Who competed in the ancient games?

c. What is the oldest sport in the Olympic games?

d. When did the modern games begin?

e. What happened in 1912?

f. How many sports are there in the modern Olympic Games?


  1. wasn’t it; will they; haven’t they; doesn’t they; could they; won’t they; have they; has it; is he; did he; does he; shouldn’t we; couldn’t it; aren’t they; do they; won’t you.

  2. ..

  1. The Wimbledon championship has been held since 1877.

  2. Women have taken part in the Wimbledon championships since 1884.

  3. The University boat-race started in 1820 and has been rowed on the Thames almost every spring since 1836.

  4. The Cup Finals and other events have taken place at Wembley since 1923.

  5. Horse-racing began in the Arab countries many centuries ago.

  6. Tom has participated in sports contests since 1999 and has already set a new school record in the 100 meter race.


  1. .

  1. He lived in South London.

  2. He saw the pimpled rubber mat in the chemist’s.

  3. He stuck the rubber mat to his wooden table tennis bat.

  4. It helped him to put a fast spin on the ball.

  5. Mr. Goode’s clever idea completely changed the style and speed of table tennis.

  6. Table tennis was first invented in England in about 1880.

  7. It couldn’t be more than two millimeters thick on each side.


  1. Sequencing: 1 – b; 2 – e; 3 – c; 4 – d; 5 – a.

  2. Multiple choice: 1 – c; 2 – b.

  3. Filling gaps: 1 - …late August…beginning of May; 2 - …summer..; 3 - … golf; 4 - …Welsh…; 5 – salmon, trout … canals, ponds or the sea.

  4. Matching: 1 – a; 2 – e; 3 – b.

  1. a) – d; b) – f; c) – a; d) – b; e) – c; f) – e.




Vocabulary



acrobat – акробат

acrobatics – акробатика

activity – деятельность

aerobics – аэробика

amateur – любитель, поклонник

angler – рыбак

archery – стрельба из лука

artistic – артистичный

aspirin – аспирин

athlete – легкоатлет

athletics – атлетика

attack – атаковать

badminton – бадминтон

ball – мяч

basketball - баскетбол

bike – велосипед

boat – лодка

bodybuilding – бодибилдинг

bold – отважный

box – бокс

boxing – бокс

boxing gloves – боксерские перчатки

canals – каналы

championship – чемпионат

chess – шахматы

chessboard – шахматная доска

chessmen – шахматная фигура

club – дубинка

coast – морское побережье

competition – соревнование

contribution – взнос, пожертвование

courageous – мужественный

cricket – крикет

cycling – езда на велосипеде

dangerous – опасный

darts - дротики

definitely – точно, определенно

determine – определять

discus – диск

do – делать

dog-racing – гонки собак

effort – усилие, попытка

encourage – ободрять

energetic – энергичный

entertaining – забавный

extreme – экстрим

fast – быстрый

fast spin – быстрое вращение

field – поле

figure skater – фигурист

figure skating – фигурное катание

fishing – рыбалка

fitness – фитнес

football – футбол

footballer – футболист

foreigners – иностранец

gentle form – знатный вид

go – идти

gold medals – золотые медали

golf – гольф

Greece – Греция

gymnast – гимнаст

gymnastics – гимнастика

hockey – хоккей

horseback – верхом

horse-racing – гонка лошадей

include – содержать

indoor – находящиеся в помещении

Javelin throwing – метание копьем

jogging – бег трусцой

judo – дзюдо

jump – прыгать

karate - каратэ

kilt – килт

lakes – озера

Marvelous – изумительный

match – матч

medal – медаль

motor racing – мотогонки

mountain climbing – скалолазание

mountaineer – альпинист

net – сетка

Olympic Games – Олимпийские игры

originate – создавать, порождать

outdoor games – игры на открытом воздухе

parachute – парашют

parachutist – парашютист

participation – участие

patient – терпеливый

pimpled rubber – прыщеватая резина

ping-pong – настольный теннис

pipe – трубка

play – играть

polo – поло

pool – лужа, прудок

proverb – пословица

pub – пивная

puck – шайба

racket – ракетка

recent – недавний

record – рекорд

ride – ездить верхом

ring – кольцо

rowing – гребля

rugby – регби

runner – бегун

sailing – мореплавание

scuba diving – ныряние аквалангом

self-defence – самозащита

shuttlecock – волан

skate – кататься на коньках

skates – коньки

skiing – катание на лыжах

skill – умение

sky diving – прыжки с высоты
bungee jumping – прыжки с веревкой
pot holing – спуск в пещеры
rock climbing - скалолазание

snooker – снукер

soccer – футбол

Soldiers – солдаты

spectators – наблюдатели

sportsman – спортсмен

squash – сжимать

stadium – стадион

stick – бита

strong – сильный

suburb – окраина

swim – плавать

swimming – плавание

swimming pool – бассейн

tennis – теннис

tennis player – игрок тенниса

thinker – мыслитель

throwing the hammer – бросание молота

tossing the caber – бросание прута

tournament – турнир

track – след

tug of war – перетягивание каната

wheels – колеса

white-water rafting – сплав

windsurfing – виндсерфинг

wooden – деревянный

working-class – рабочий класс

Wrestling – борьба

yacht – яхта

yoga – йога
















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Данная разработка упражнения подготовлена для организации урока повторения по теме "Спорт" для 8 класса (этап совершенствования навыков устной и письменной речи, совершенствование грамматических навыков). Представлены разнообразные упражнения для отработки лексики по теме, грамматического материала по темам: Adjectives with -ing and -ed, Tag questions, Past Simple with Present Perfect (active and passive) and Special questions. Упражнения разного типа: подборка ответов, вставить пропущенные слова, соотнести определение и слово, чтение текста и выполнение заданий к нему, раскрыть скобки, кроссворд. В конце разработки представлен словарь слов по теме, а так же просмотренные учебники и журналы.

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