UNIT 8. DO YOU LIKE SPORTS?
GOING IN FOR SPORTS
Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання Past Tenses and Future Tenses і навички вимови, аудіювання, читання й письма; розвивати культуру спілкування й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.
1) What nationality is the tennis player Lleyton Hewitt? (Australion)
2) In which sport can you throw a ‘curve ball’? (Baseball)
3) Which team won the 2003 Formula One car racing championship? (Ferrari)
4) In which sport would you use a ‘sand iron’? (Golf)
5) In boxing, what do the letters K. O. stand for? (Knock out)
6) Baseball originated in the U. S. A. in which century? (19th century)
7) How many rings are there in the Olympic Games symbol? (Five)
Tell about the sports activities which you do in your school. (Checking the homework)
Do ex. 1, p. 138.
> Grammar practice Do ex. 2, 3, p. 138.
Listen to some information about soccer and do the quiz.
Soccer is a ball game played by two teams. The ball is advanced with the feet that’s why the sport is also called football. As not to confuse it with other variants of football, e. g. American football, rugby, or Gaelic football, the official name of this sport is association football (after the London Football Association). But English native speakers usually just call it soccer, football, footie, footy or footer.
Object: The object is to score goals.
Players: Each team has 11 players:
– a goalkeeper (also called goalie) who tries to block the shots by the opposing team
– the fullbacks (defense) who try to prevent the opposing team from scoring goals
– the halfbacks (or midfielders) who play both offense and defense
– the forwards (or strikers) who try to score goals for their team
Duration: The game is played in two halves of 45 minutes each. At halftime the teams change ends.
Playing: Except for the goalie and at throw ins, players must not touch the ball with their hands or arms. They can, however, use any other part of the body.
Scoring: A goal is scored when the ball has crossed the goal line between the posts and under the crossbar.
> Soccer Quiz
1) What is ‘soccer’ officially called?
A) association football
B) London Football Association
C) Gaelic football
2) What does the goalie do?
A) He tries to score goals for his team.
B) He tries to block shots from the opposing team.
C) He controls the game.
3) Are players allowed to touch the ball with their hands?
A) It is allowed in certain situations only.
B) No. Nobody is allowed to do this.
C) Yes. The players can use their hands all the time.
4) “They’re still tying” – What does it mean?
A) One team has scored more goals than the other but the game isn’t over yet.
B) The number of goals scored by each team is equal but the game isn’t over yet.
C) The game is over and the number of goals scored by each team is equal.
5) Who can be awarded a corner kick?
A) the referee
B) the defending team
C) the attacking team Key: 1 a; 2 b; 3 a; 4 b; 5 c.
> Grammar practice
Do ex. 4, 5, p. 139.
Choose the correct verb forms.
1) After Fred_______________ his holiday in Italy he ___ to learn Italian. (To spend, to want)
2) We ___ at the breakfast table when the doorbell ____. (To sit, to ring)
3) They ____ a new computer. (to get)
4) I ___ all day; so I wasn’t tired and went to the disco at night. (Not / work)
5) I think, my mother ____ this CD. (To like)
6) Jill ____ Dad at work before she for her trip. (To phone, to leave)
7) She ____ when you telephone her. (To sleep)
8) He ____ a lot of friendly people while he ____ in California. (To met, to work)
9) Paul’s sister ____ a baby. (To have)
10) Susan ____ the radio after she ____ the dishes. (To turn on, to wash)
11) They ____ all day so their legs were sore in the evening. (Cycle)
12) They ____ in Budapest just about now. (To arrive)
13) They ____ at about 4 in the afternoon. (To arrive)
14) When she___________ the match already ____. (To arrive, to start)
15) When they______________ the museum, the sun ____. (To leave, to shine)
16) After the man____ home he ____ the cat. (To come, to feed)
Key: 1 had spent, wanted; 2 were sitting, rang; 3 are going to get; 4 had not been working; 5 will like; 6 had phoned, left; 7 will be sleeping; 8 met, was working; 9 is going to have; 10 turned on, had washed; 11 had been cycling; 12 will be arriving; 13 will arrive; 14 arrived, had already started; 15 left, was shining; 16 had come, fed.
Match tenses and actions.
Action that is going on at a certain time in the future
Actions began and finished in the past
Past Perfect Continuous
Predictions in the future
Action taking place before a certain time in the past
Actions express plans in the future
This action was in progress when a new action interrupted it
Completed action before a certain time in the past
Ex. 6, p. 139.