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UNIT 12 READING

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Người gửi: Phan Thi Lan
Ngày gửi: 16h:41' 10-09-2017
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Số lượt tải: 12
Số lượt thích: 0 người
Welcome to our class!
WARM-UP
Look at the pictures
Tell me the name the water sports in the following pictures?
SWIMMING

ROWING
SCUBA DIVING
Windsurfing
WATER POLO
A - Reading
Period 91 Unit 12
Water sports
WATER SPORTS
Water polo is played in a pool 1.8 metres deep, 30 metres long and 20 metres wide , with a goal 3 metres high and at least 0.9 metres above the water . The goal is marked by vertical posts , a crossbar and a net.
There are seven players per team , six swimmers and a goalie . The home team wears white caps , the visiting team blue ones and the goalies wear red caps with the number 1 in white.
Like football, The game begins with the ball in the centre of the pool and both teams sprint for it from their own goal lines . The ball can be advanced by passing with one hand or swimming with the head above the water and the ball between the arms so it rides on the wave created by the swimmer’s head . No player except the goalie can hold the ball with both hands.
Defensive players are not allowed to interfere with the opponent’s movements unless the player is holding the ball . Major fouls are penalized by one minute in the penalty box and a player is ejected after committing five personal fouls.
For minor fouls , such as holding or punching the ball , a free throw is awarded from the spot of the foul . At least two players must touch the ball after a free throw before a goal can be scored .
A game is divided into quarters ranging from five to eight minutes in length . After a tie , there are two overtime periods of three minutes each . If the game is still tied after the overtime periods , two teams continue to play 3- minute overtime until the referee’s decision is made.
I. BEFORE YOU READ
Water polo (n):
môn bóng nước
Vertical post
Crossbar
Net
Pool
1.8m
deep
30 m long
20 m
wide
VOCABULARY
- Vertical post (n) /və:tikəl/ : cột dọc
- Crossbar (n) : xà ngang
- Goalie (n) /gouli:/ : người giữ gôn
- Defensive player (n) /difensiv/ : Hậu vệ
- Referee (n) /,refəri:/ : Trọng tài
- Penalty box (n) /penlti/ : Điểm phạt đền
- Foul (n) /faul/ : Lỗi
-> Major foul /meidʤə/ : lỗi lớn
-> minor foul /mainə/ : Lỗi Nhỏ
- To eject /i:dʤekt/ : Bị đuổi
WHILE READING
Read the passage and do the tasks that follow.
Task 1: Matching.
Task 2: Complete sentences.
Task 3: Answer the questions.
1/ opponent (n)
2/ penalize (v)
3/ eject (v)
4/ foul (n)
5/ tie (n)
To make someone leave a game.
An action in sports that is against the rules
To punish a team or player who breaks the rules
A situation in a game when two teams have the same scores
Someone who tries to defeat another person in a competition.
TASK 1: (Work in pairs.) Match the word in column A with their meanings in column B.
A
B
1.e 2.c 3.a 4.b 5.d
Task 2:(Work in groups) Read the passage again and complete the following sentences.
Water polo is played in a pool………...metres deep,…………long and…………….wide.
2. The home team wears………., the visiting team wears………and the goalies wear………
3. Both teams sprint for the ball from……………………….
4. A free throw is awarded for minor fouls, such as……………………………………..
5. A game is divided into quarters ranging from………………………….in length.
Answer:
Water polo is played in a pool………...metres deep,……………long and…………….wide.
1.8
30 metres
20 metres
2. The home team wears…………., the visiting team wears……………and the goalies wear………………………………
white caps
blue ones
red caps
3. Both teams sprint for the ball from……………………….

4. A free throw is awarded for minor fouls, such as……………………………………..

5. A game is divided into quarters ranging from………………………….in length
their own goal lines
holding or punching the ball
five to eight minutes
Task 3: (Work in groups) Ask and answer the following questions.
How many players per team are there?
Where is the ball when the game starts?
How can the ball be advanced?
Which players are allowed to hold the ball with both hands?
What happens to a player who commits five personal fouls?
LUCKY NUMBERS
1. SCUBA DIVING
2. Water polo
3. rowing
4. swimming
5. WATER SKIING
6. fishing
Where can people play water polo?
People can play it in a pool.
Where is the ball when the game started?
In the centre of the pool
How can the ball be advanced?
The ball can be advanced by passing with one hand of swimming with the head above the water and the ball between the arms so it rides on the wave created by the swimmer’s head.
What happens to a player who commits five personal fouls?
The player is ejected after committing five personal fouls
Which players are allowed to hold the ball with both hands?

Only the goalie can be allowed to hold the ball with both hands.
POST READING
Extra - Exercise
Make a comparison between football and water polo.
In a pool
7
11
On a playground
Quarters (5’-8’ /quarter)
Two halves (45’/each)
HOMEWORK
REREAD THE PASSAGE AND LEARN NEW WORDS BY HEART
PREPARE THE NEXT LESSONS (SPEAKING AND LISTENING)
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