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Учителям 1-11 классов и воспитателям дошкольных ОУ вместе с ребятами рекомендуем принять участие в международном конкурсе «Законы экологии», приуроченном к году экологии. Участники конкурса проверят свои знания правил поведения на природе, узнают интересные факты о животных и растениях, занесённых в Красную книгу России. Все ученики будут награждены красочными наградными материалами, а учителя получат бесплатные свидетельства о подготовке участников и призёров международного конкурса.

ПРИЁМ ЗАЯВОК ТОЛЬКО ДО 21 ОКТЯБРЯ!

Конкурс "Законы экологии"

Внеклассное мероприятие Вильям Шекспир

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Sports

Урок английского языка в 10-м классе (УМК "New Millennium English")


Форма урока: презентация проектов, игровое занятие.

Продолжительность: зависит от количества презентаций учащихся.

Оборудование: магнитофон, компьютер (компьютерная версия урока в программе PowerPoint).

Цель: Активизировать имеющиеся в опыте учащихся знания, полученные на уроках английского языка, или на уроках по другим предметам, а также из литературы, газет, телепередач и т.д. по теме "Спорт".

Задачи урока:

  1. Учебный аспект: повторение и закрепление активной лексики раздела; формирование коммуникативной культуры школьников, развитие культуры устных выступлений при презентации проектных работ.

  2. Развивающий аспект: развитие коммуникабельности, самостоятельности, умения сотрудничать; развитие способности к логическому изложению, к формированию выводов.

  3. Воспитательный аспект: воспитание положительного, уважительного отношения к истории и культуре Великобритании и России.


ПЛАН УРОКА

GREETING

Ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to our lesson. We have finished studying Unit 6, "Sport". Today we'll practise giving an oral presentation "A new sport", evaluating presentations and exchanging opinions.

Sport is probably as old as humanity itself. It has been developing with the growth of the mankind. All over the world people of different ages are very fond of sports and games. Sport not only helps people to become strong and to develop physically but also makes them more organized and better disciplined in their daily activities.

It makes for a healthy mind in a healthy body. Sports help people to stay in good health.

We all need exercise. Even if you don't plan to make a career in sport you still have to practice. Regular exercises give you more energy. That is why many people who suffer from general tiredness should take more exercise than more rest. Exercise makes you feel and look better. A person can choose sports and games for any season and for any taste.

NATIONAL SPORTS IN GREAT BRITAIN

The British are known to be great sports-lovers, so when they are neither playing, nor watching games, they like to talk about them. Participation in sport has been rising. About 29 million people over the age of 16 regularly take part in sport or exercise. Walking - including rambling and hiking - is far the most popular recreation. Others include swimming, snooker and other sports, keeping fit and aerobics, cycling, darts, golf, running, weightlifting and football.

Many of the games we play now come from Britain. The British pioneered many of the sports now played world
wide, including football, tennis, badminton, cricket and golf. Many sports events take place in different parts of the
United Kingdom.

NATIONAL SPORTS IN RUSSIA

Many sports are popular in Russia. They are: hockey, soccer, weightlifting, track and field, tennis, basketball, volleyball, boxing, figure-skating, cross-country skiing, swimming, judo and shooting.

There are many sports competitions which were popular in Russian in the past and they are popular now:

  • Pole climbing - a long piece of wood or metal.

  • Sack running - a race in which competitors put both legs in a sack and move forward by jumping.

  • Tug of war - a contest in which two teams pull at opposite ends of a rope until drags the other over a central line.

Fisticuffs - fighting with the fists.


THE OLYMPIC GAMES: LISTENING COMPREHENSION

The world's greatest international sports games are known as the Olympic Games.

The Olympic idea means friendship, fraternity and cooperation among the people of the world. The Olympic Movement proves that real peace can be achieved through sport. The Olympic emblem is five interlinked rings: blue, yellow, black, green and red. Any national flag contains at least one of these colours.

The original Olympic Games began in ancient Greece in 776 B.C. These games were part of a festival held every fourth year in honor of the God, Zeus at the place called Mount Olympus. It was a great athletic festival, including competitions in wrestling, foot racing and chariot racing, rowing and others. The games were for men only. Greek women were forbidden not only to participate but also to attend the Olympics.

The first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens in 1896. Then they were resumed in London after the Second World War. Since then the Olympics are held every fourth year in different countries.

The ancient Greeks had no winter sports. Only in 1924 the first Winter Olympic Games were held in France. Now they are held regularly.

Everybody knows about the Olympic Games. Besides these are the Olympic Games for people with a physical disability - the Paralympics. Disabled people take part in different competitions.

People who are blind play goal-ball. Do you have any idea how they play it?

Answer: Goal-ball is the sport for blind. It's played with a ball which contains a bell.

Task 1. Reading Comprehension

Put the paragraphs of this text in the right order. Write the

numbers of the paragraphs:

1. Unfortunately, he forgot to attach the other end of the bungee cord and he plunged 170 feet to the partially deflated (частично сдувшийся) airbag on the ground.

  1. He arrived at 10.30 a.m., signed the release (допуск к полётам), and was lifted in a bungee cage 170 feet above the ground.

  2. As a result of the serious injuries he suffered, the jury awarded him $5,000,000 against both the Fair Foundation and North Star Entertainment, the bungee jump operator.

  3. His jump was being taped by a local television station.

  4. During the 1993 Fair in St. Louis, Mr. Hatch decided to bungee jump.

  5. The "jump master" told him that he had attached the bungee cord and that he was ready to jump.

Answer: 5,2,4,6,1,3

BUNGEE JUMPING IS INHERETENTLY DANGEROUS

(and Can't Be All That Much Fun, Either) During the 1993 Fair in St. Louis, Mr. Hatch decided to bungee jump. He arrived at 10.30 a.m., signed the release (допуск к полётам), and was lifted in a bungee cage 170 feet above the ground. His jump was being taped by a local television station.

The "jump master" told him that he had attached the bungee cord and that he was ready to jump. Unfortunately, he forgot to attach the other end of the bungee cord and he plunged 170 feet to the partially deflated (частично сдувшийся) airbag on the ground. As a result of the serious injuries he suffered, the jury awarded him $5,000,000 against both the Fair Foundation and North Star Entertainment, the bungee jump operator.

by W. Dudley McCarter


Task 2. Major British Sporting Events

Match the following major British sporting events and

places in 1-9 to the names of the sports in A-I:

  1. Wembley Stadium a. Golf

  2. Wimbledon b. Regatta

  3. Derby с Marathon

  4. Open Championship d. Tennis

  5. Five Nations Union Tournament e. Boat race

  6. London City Streets f. Horse race

  7. Oxford,Cambridge g. Horserace

  8. Royal Ascot h. Football

  9. Henley L Rugby

Answers: 1. h; 2. d; 3. f; 4. a; 5. i; 6. c; 7. e; 8. g; 9. b

MAJOR BRITISH SPORTING EVENTS INCLUDE: • The Football Association Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium

Football is the most popular sport in the United Kingdom. England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have their own Football Leagues and National teams. Games are played from August to April. A very important competition is the FA Cup. The two teams which are the winners of the FA Cup competition, play in the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium in London in May.

Wimbledon

Tennis tournaments at Wimbledon are one of the four "grand slam" tennis tournaments and the leading "grass court" event.

A great number of people play and watch tennis. The innumerable tennis courts of Britain are occupied by people between the ages of 16 and 60 who show every degree of skill - from practically helpless to extremely able. Tennis tournaments at Wimbledon are known all over the world. Lawn tennis was first played in Britain in the late 19th century. The most famous British championship is Wimbledon, played annually during the last week of June and the first week of Jury. The finals are played on the Central Court.

Derby

The Derby is a very important annual horse race held in England in May or June, on a day which is known as Derby Day. The Derby has been run at Epsom near London since 1780. The Derby is perhaps the most famous single sporting event in the whole world.


Open Golf Championship

Golf is a game that in its simplest form requires the player to hit by means of a specially designed club, a small solid ball from one point to another in the fewest possible strokes. Golf is the Scottish national game. It originated in the 15th century. The most famous golf course in the world, known as the Royal and Ancient Club, is at St. Andrew's, Scotland.

The oldest golf tournament is the British Open, first held in I860 at the Prestwick Course in Scotland.

Five Nations Rugby
Union Tournament

Rugby football has existed in Britain since the beginning of the 19th century, when a teacher at Rugby school, while playing football, decided it would be better to pick up the ball and run with it. The Five Nations Rugby Union Tournament is held annually between England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and France.

London Marathon

The London Marathon is a long-distance race. That's the distance from Windsor Castle to the White City Stadium in London. People have ran the London Marathon since 1981. Over 25,000 runners take part in the London Marathon.

University Boat Race

The Boat Race is a rowing race on the River Thames. It is held every year at the end of March or the beginning of April between teams from Oxford University and Cambridge University. The eight rowers in each boat have a great struggle, and at the end there is only a short distance between the winners and the losers.

The University boat race started in 1820 and has been rowed on the Thames almost every spring since 1836. It is a popular national event and is shown on TV.


Task. 3. Which description fits which game?

1. The most popular English summer game, played on a green field, very slowly and tasting a long time by two teams of 11 players each.

2 The sport of fighting in gloves.

  1. The sport of flying in a balloon.

  2. The sport of sliding on a small board with wheels.

  3. A very popular outdoor game, played on a court with rackets in which the ball must pass back and forth over a net.

  4. A slow run for exercise.

  5. A sport in which two people fight, each trying to throw the other to the ground.

  6. Climbing a mountain.

  7. A game played by two or teams of two players on a table using round wood bats and a small plastic ball.

  1. Sailing, travelling or racing on a yacht.

  2. Dropping from the aircraft using a parachute.

  3. Racing down an ice-covered track in a small vehicle.

  4. Fans were happy to learn that the score of the game was 30 - love. What game was their favourite?

  5. A sport where referee says 3-0 (three - nil).

Answer: 1. Cricket. 2. Boxing. 3. Ballooning. 4.Skateboard-ing. 5. Lawn tennis. 6. Jogging. 7. Wrestling. 8. Mountaineering. 9. Table tennis. 10. Yachting. 11. Parachuting. 12. Bobsleighing. 13. Lawn tennis. 14. Football


Task. 4. Proverbs and Expressions

Commenting on the following proverbs and expressions:

become the sport of fortune стать игрушкой судьбы

good sport/good sort славный парень

make sport (fun/game) of somebody высмеивать, подшучивать, потешаться

sport one's oak запереть наружную дверь (в знак того, что посетители нежелательны)

In sports and journeys men are known. Друг познаётся в беде.

When angry, count a hundred. Когда сердишься, посчитай до ста.

АН for one and one for all. Один за всех и все за одного.

If you run after two hares you will catch none. За двумя зайцами погонишься, ни одного не поймаешь.

Every man has his hobby-horse. У всякого свой конёк.

То sport a stone house. Жить в каменном доме.

Drawing Conclusion

I thank you for your sincerity and creativity, for your good work. I'm much obliged to our gests for their hard work and helpful advice. Our programme is over. Good-bye!



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