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Unit 08. Sports and games. Lesson 7. Looking back & project

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Người gửi: Lê Viết Phú
Ngày gửi: 12h:00' 03-02-2017
Dung lượng: 4.7 MB
Số lượt tải: 701
By: Le Viet Phu
Warm up:
Sports and Games
Name of sports and games
Talk about sports and games
The past simple
1. Find one odd word or phrase in each line.
1. A. volleyball B. badminton
C. bicycle D. tennis
2. A. playground B. bat C. racket D. ball
3. A. running B. cycling C. swimming D. driving
4. A. cartoons B. sports news
C. winter sports D. weather forecast
5. A. sporty B. intelligent
C. fit D. healthy
2. Read the four words in each line. Write the name of the game or sport the four words belong to.
Example: pool, breaststroke, dive, float: __________
1. pedals, wheels, ride, race: ______________
2. ball, kick, goal, referee: ______________
3. ring, rope, gloves, hit: ______________
4. table, paddle, serve, ball: ______________
5. basket, points, ball, court: ______________
table tennis
3. Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form.
1. The Olympic Games (be) _______ held once every four years.
2. The first Olympic Games (take)________ place in Greece in 776 BC.
3. People (start) ________ to use computers about 50 years ago.
4. - What’s that noise?
- The children (play)_____________ tug of war.
5. - What _____ you (do)_____ last weekend?
- I (cycle)_______ round the lake with my friends. Then I (watch) _________ TV in the afternoon.
are playing
4. What do you say in these situations?
1. Your friends are making a lot of noise.
→ Please, stop ________________________.
2. The boy is watching TV for too long.
→ _____________ to play with your friends.
3. Some children are feeding the animals at the zoo.
→ __________________ the animals.
4. The teacher wants the boys to stand in line.
→ ____________________________________.
5. Your mother tells you not to tease the dog.
→ _____________________________________.
Don’t tease the dog.
making noise.
Don’t feed
Go out
Stand in line, boys!
5. Fill in each blank with a word to finish the passage.
Sports and games play an important part in our lives. Everyone of us can (1) _______ a sport, or a game, or watch sports events on TV or at the stadium. When you listen to the radio early in the morning, you can always (2) _______ sports news. When you open a newspaper, you will always find information about some (3) ________, or an article about your favourite kind of sport. Television programmes about (4) ______ are also very popular, and you can watch something interesting nearly every day. Stories about (5) _______ men or women in the world of sport are often very interesting.
6. Match the questions in A with their correct
answers in B.

1. Read the passage about the game ‘Blind man’s bluff’
What you need: A blindfold, an open space and 5 players or more.
1. Stand in a circle, pick one person to be the seeker. That person is blindfolded (or closes his/her eyes) and stands in the middle.
2. He/She has to try and touch the others. The other players should try to get as close as possible to the
seeker without being caught.
3. When the seeker catches another player, he/she tries to guess who it is by touching that player’s face and hair. If the seeker doesn’t guess on the first try, other players can give hints.
4. When the seeker guesses the other’s name, that person becomes the new seeker.
2. Choose one of the following sports/games (or one of your own) and write about it.
- Tug of war
(rope pulling)
- Skipping
- Marbles
Name of the game:
How many players:
Equipment: (ball/bat/stick …)
Model 1: Tug of war (also known as rope pulling) is a sport that directly puts two teams against each other in a test of strength: teams pull on opposite ends of a rope, with the goal being to bring the rope a certain distance in one direction against the force of the opposing team`s pull.
What you need: A rope about 10 – 16 meters of length marked with a "centre line" and two markings 4 metres either side of the centre line, an open space, a referee and 2 players or more.
1. The teams start with the rope`s centre line directly above a line marked on the ground, and once the referee says "pull" each team attempts to pull against the other team so that the marking on the rope crosses the centre line is the winner, or the opponents commit a foul.
2. The rope must go under the arms; actions such as pulling the rope over the shoulders may be considered a foul; lowering ones elbow below the knee during a `pull` - known as ‘Locking’ - is a foul; a team member sitting or falling down during the attempt is also a foul.
Model 2: Vietnamese Jump Rope is a challenging game played by anyone anywhere. The simple rules test the skill and coordination of all players. The game is easily learned and always fun! Vietnamese Jump Rope is no ordinary "rope skipping" game. "Enders" hold an elastic rope while a "jumper" jumps the rope in special ways.
What you need: an elastic rope, an open space, three or more people to play with.
A jumper jumps until a jumping mistake or "miss" is made.
A miss is made if a jumper touches the rope incorrectly while jumping the game.
After a miss, the jumper trades positions with an ender and the game continues.
Participants can have competition to see who can go the fastest and who can do the most. Or the jumpers can skip once and then run out and count to four then run in do one skip then run out again. Or the jumpers can all jump together at the same time in the rope to see how many times they can be jumping together.
Model 3:
Playing marbles.
There are various games and varieties of games played using marbles.
The following is Vietnamese type
What you need: A set of marbles, 2 or more players, a shallow hole is dug in open ground.
- The objective of the game is to throw his/her marble into the hole and hit all opponents’ marbles.
- The players stand at the start line and try to shoot (throw) their marbles into the hole. The person whose marble closest to the hole gets to play first. He/she tries to shoot his/her marble into the hole, if success, then aims at the opponents’ marbles to shoot. If his/her marble could hit the opponents’ ones, he/she can take his/her opponent’s marble and continue. If missing, then the second player takes his/her turn.
- The player who ends with the largest number of marbles is the winner.
Cat and mouse game (Meo duoi chuot)
What you need: an open space, seven players or more.
Participants stand in a circle, hold hands and raise their hands above their heads. Then they start singing the traditional songs. One person is chosen as the cat and another as the mouse. These two stand in the middle of the circle and lean against each other. When the others sing the last sentence, the mouse starts to run, and the cat must run after it. However, the cat must run in exactly the same route and manner as the mouse. The cat wins the game when it catches the mouse. Then the two exchange roles. If the cat runs into the wrong hole, it will be dismissed from that round.
If it fails to catch the mouse in a certain period of time (usually from three to five minutes) it will exchange its role with the mouse. The game will then continue.
Now, it’s your turn!

You have ten minutes to prepare and five minutes to present your sport/game to the class.
- Review all the vocabulary from the unit.
- Review all the grammar structures.
- Practice speaking “What is your favorite sport/games and how to play it?”
- Prepare for Unit 9:
See you again!

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