Banner-baigiang-1090_logo1
Banner-baigiang-1090_logo2
TSThS

Tìm kiếm theo tiêu đề

Tìm kiếm Google

Quảng cáo

Hướng dẫn sử dụng thư viện

Hỗ trợ kĩ thuật

Liên hệ quảng cáo

  • (024) 66 745 632
  • 036 286 0000
  • contact@bachkim.vn

Unit 02. Health. Lesson 6. Skills 2

Wait
  • Begin_button
  • Prev_button
  • Play_button
  • Stop_button
  • Next_button
  • End_button
  • 0 / 0
  • Loading_status
Tham khảo cùng nội dung: Bài giảng, Giáo án, E-learning, Bài mẫu, Sách giáo khoa, ...
Nhấn vào đây để tải về
Báo tài liệu có sai sót
Nhắn tin cho tác giả
(Tài liệu chưa được thẩm định)
Nguồn:
Người gửi: Lê Viết Phú
Ngày gửi: 22h:05' 08-09-2017
Dung lượng: 96.8 MB
Số lượt tải: 857
Số lượt thích: 2 người (Trần Hào Kiệt, Lương Thị Ngần)
WELCOME  TO  OUR  CLASS
ENGLISH 7
By: Le Viet Phu
Friday, September 08, 2017
1. Diet
2. Expert
3. Tip
4. Junk food
5. Stay in shape
a. an advice on how to do something quickly and successfully, usually from one’s own experience.
b. usually convenience food like Mc Donald, KFC …
c. the food that you eat on a daily basis.
d. be fit and healthy.
e. someone who has studied a lot about a subject or topic and understands it well.
* Match the word or phrase in A with its definition in B.
English 7
Unit 2:
HEALTH
SKILLS 2
The five Olympic rings stand for the five chief regions of the world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania. The ring colours are representative of at least one colour in every national flag in the world: blue for Europe, yellow for Asia, black for Africa, green for Oceania, and red for America.
1. Look at the picture below. Discuss the following questions with a partner.
1. What sports do people do in the Olympics?
Triathlon
Olympic
Swim: 1.5 km (0.93 mi)
Cycling: 40 km (25 mi)
Running: 10 km (6.2 mi)
2. Watch this video and tell why this Olympic sport is sometimes called “the ironman event.”
2. Listen to the interview with an ironman.
Tick () the problems he had as a child.
headache
toothache
stomachache
allergy
sick


3. Listen to the interview again. What advice does he give about preparing for the event?
Do more exercise.
Sleep more.
Watch less TV.
Eat more fruits/ vegetables.
Eat less junk food.
4. Are the following sentences true (T) or false (F)?
1. He wanted to do sports because of his friends.
2. Taking up sports was easy.
4. In this event, you swim, run and climb.
3. He takes part in this event only in Viet Nam.
5. This event uses more than 6000 calories.
T
F
F
F
T
hard.
around
the world.
ride a bike.
A: Were you sporty as a child?
B: No, I always felt sick and weak. I had allergies too, so I always had a runny nose, and itchy skin.
A: When did that change?
B: My friends started doing sports. I wanted to, too. My sports instructor said `Do more exercise, or continue to feel sick. It`s up to you!`
A: Was it easy?
B: No! It was hard. I did more exercise, so my body ached. But slowly I felt better.
A: What do you do now?
B: I do triathlons around the world. It`s a tough competition. You have to swim, run, and ride a bike. I use around 6500 calories in one event!
A: How do you prepare?
B: Three great things to do before the race are: eat more healthy food, sleep more, and do more exercise. Then you`ll be ready.
5. Discuss in groups.
1. Why is the triathlon a difficult event?



2. Can you think of other Olympic sports that are harder/ easier?



3. Would you like to try the triathlon one day? Why/ why not?
Because we have to swim, cycle and run in a very long distance.
I can think of many easier Olympic sports, but I can’t think of any harder ones.
- Yes, I would. I want to conquer myself.
- No, I wouldn’t. I can’t swim / cycle / run in such a long distance.
Suggested answers
6. Look at Dr. Law’s advice page. Can you match the problems with the answers?
a. Dear _____
I think you should set your alarm for 8a.m., or 9a.m. It’s good to maintain your usual sleep pattern. Try to exercise, or do something healthy once you are awake.
Stay healthy,
Dr. Law
b. Dear ______
You can start to count your calories. Then think about how much exercise you do. Eat less junk food, and exercise more. You should be fine.
Stay healthy,
Dr. Law
c. Dear _______
You should try to rest your eyes. Also, try the 20-20-20 rule: every twenty minutes look away about 20 feet for 20 seconds. Easy to remember, right?
Stay healthy,
Dr. Law
Tim
Barry
Quang
To give advice, you can use:
- You should …
- You can …
- It will be good if you …
- Do something more/ less …
* Underline the word / phrase that Dr. Law uses to give advice.
a. Dear Tim,
I think you should set your alarm for 8a.m., or 9a.m. It’s good to maintain your usual sleep pattern. Try to exercise, or do something healthy once you are awake.
Stay healthy,
Dr. Law
b. Dear Barry,
You can start to count your calories. Then think about how much exercise you do. Eat less junk food, and exercise more. You should be fine.
Stay healthy,
Dr. Law
c. Dear Quang,
You should try to rest your eyes. Also, try the 20-20-20 rule: every twenty minutes look away about 20 feet for 20 seconds. Easy to remember, right?
Stay healthy,
Dr. Law
7. Work in pairs. Choose one of the problems. A writes the problem, and B writes the reply.
Anna: played outside all day / has sunburn / has a temperature.
Ngoc: feels weak / feels tired/ sleeps in.
Khang: ate too much / has stomachache / feels sick.
A: Hi, doctor Thao.
B: Hi, …………………….
A: I was outside all day yesterday. Now I feel very hot and my face is red.
B: I see. You have a sunburn. You also have a temperature, too. I think you have the flu. Take these medicines three times a day and rest in bed until you feel better.
A: I see.
B: Get better soon! Bye!
A: Thanks a lot, doctor Thao. Bye!
Anna: played outside all day / has sunburn / has a temperature.
Ex:
HOME WORK

- Learn by heart the word to give advice.
- Choose one of the problems and write reply.
- Prepare for Looking back and project
Thanks for
your attention !
GOODBYE !
No_avatar

....

 

 
Gửi ý kiến