UNIT 3. BIGGER! STRONGER! FASTER!
JOIN THE TEAM!
Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення й читання; формувати навички вживання прийменників; учити співпрацювати в групі й виховувати доброзичливе ставлення до співрозмовника; розвивати культуру спілкування й мовленнєву реакцію учнів.
Read and learn the poem.
I like to play football.
Fred likes to play volleyball.
Ann likes to play baseball.
What game do you like to play?
Let’s play with us today.
Act out the dialogues from Ex. 6, p. 47.
3. Reading and speaking
Read the text in Ex. 1, p. 48 and answer the questions in Ex. 2, p. 49.
Practise the new vocabulary.
Read the text about volleyball and football and fill in the chart.
__ can be played _____
There are ___ players in each team
You need ___
How to play
You win the game if _____
__ you have most goals __
You loose the game if _____
_____ you don’t get _____
Tell about these games according to this plan.
Practise the vocabulary.
Write the following words which are connected with football and volleyball into two columns.
A ball, a net, a goal, to kick, a match, a goalkeeper, to hit the ball, to roll, a point.
Do Ex. 3, p.49.
Key: 1) an outdoor game; 2) eleven players; 3) kick or roll the ball; 4) touch the ball with his hands, hold it and throw it; 5) team with most goals at the end of the game; 6) inside or outside; 7) six players; 8) hit the ball with your hand or arm to; 9) catch or hold the ball; 10) the first team to get 15 points.
Read the prompts on the blackboard and remember them.
Work in pairs.
Make up as many questions as you can and give the short answers.
Do Ex. 4, p. 49.
7. Listening and speaking
In groups, use this chart to ask your partner about the children and complete the information.
Play hockey, tennis
Play table tennis
A. Where’s Andrew from?
B. He’s from Ireland? And how old is Donna?
A. She’s 11. What can Andrew do?
B. He can play hockey and tennis.
A. And what does he like?
B. He likes to ski.
Tell the class about the children from the previous task, add your own information.
Example: Donna is from Great Britain. She’s eleven. Donna can swim, but she can’t play chess. She likes to play badminton, but she doesn’t like to play hockey. She usually swims in the swimming pool and play badminton in the park.
Do Ex. 5, p. 49.