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Unit 12. Water sports

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Người gửi: Nguyễn Thị Thu Hà
Ngày gửi: 22h:09' 16-05-2020
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Số lượt thích: 2 người (Nguyễn Thị Kim Thúy, Dương Thị Kim Phượng)
Chu Van An High School
April 2020
WARM-UP
Name the sports in the following pictures.
Surfing
Board
Wind surfing
Sail board
Water-skiing
Jet-skiing
Watercraft
Hà Thanh Huyền
(Synchronized) Diving
Who can guess what the topic of our lesson today is?
Reading
Unit 12:
Water sports
Pre reading
2. Pre-reading task:
2. Pre-reading task:
 Water polo.
1. Can you name the sport in the picture?
2. Where is it played ?
 It is played in a pool.
3. Do people use hands or feet to play the game?
 People play with hands.
Have a look at the picture and then answer three questions below:
WATER SPORTS
1. 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.
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. 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.
1. Vocabulary
crossbar:
xà ngang
vertical post:
cột dọc
net:
lưới
goalie:
thủ môn
1. Vocabulary
sprint for the ball
advance the ball with one hand
advance the ball between arms
punch the ball
Match a word in column A with its definition in B
1. b 2. f, 3. g, 4. a, 5. i,
6. c, 7. j, 8. e, 9. h, 10. d
Fill in the gaps with the correct forms of words
tied
sprint
ejected
foul
punched
committed
defensive
opponent
interfere
penalized
While reading task:
While reading
3. WHILE READING:
Read the passage and do the tasks that follow.
Task 1: Matching.
Task 2: Complete sentences.
Task 3: Answer the questions.
Match the words in column A with their meanings in column B.
( TASK 1, p. 130)
Đối thủ
Phạt đền
Đuổi ra
Sự phạm luật
Trận hòa
MATCHING
WATER SPORTS
1. 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.
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. 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.
Task 2: 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 …………… with the number 1 in white.
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
1. How many members are there in a team?
A. 6 B. 7 C. 10 D. 12
2. Where is the ball when the game starts?
A. in front of the pool B. behind the pool
C. to the left of the pool D. in the centre of the pool
3. How can the ball be advanced?
A. with hand B. with head C. with arm D. all are correct
4. Which players are allowed to hold the ball with both hands?
A. a defensive player B. the referee
C. the goalie D. an opponent
5. What happens to a player who commits five personal fouls?
A. He is awarded B. He is ejected
C. He is penalized D. He is divided into quarters
Read the text carefully and answer the questions.
MULTIPLE CHOICE
How ............... is a goal ? – 3 metres.
height B. higher C. highest D. high
2. ............... swimming is considered to be ............... good way of losing weight.
x (no article) / a B. The / a
C. A / the D. The / the
3. I have never taken part in any water sports ............... I cannot swim.
although B. in spite of C. because D. because of
4. Most referees often wear ............... black.
on B. in C. for D. with
5. Defensive players are not allowed ............... with the opponent’s movements.
A. interfere B. interfering C. interference D. to interfere
Choose the best option of words to complete the sentences
Football (1) .... on a pitch or a playground with eleven players. The ball is advanced with a (2) ...... and only the (3) .... can hold the ball in hands. A touch of the ball on the arm or hand is awarded (4) .... a shot from the spot of the foul. Major foul in the penalty area is awarded a penalty from the penalty box. A player is (5) ............ when he received a red card. A game is divided into two halves ranging from forty - five minutes in length.
A. play B. plays C. played D. is played
A. leg B. foot C. head D. all are correct
A. referee B. attacker C. goalkeeper D. defender
A. for B. with C. by D. in
A. ejected B. awarded C. advanced D. penalized
GAP - FILL
Summarize the text.


What is the main idea of each paragraph?
1. The size of Water Polo pool.
2. The number of WP players and their caps.
3. Ball controlling rules.
5. Scoring rules.
6. Timing rules.
4. Foul rules.
4. POST READING
Make a comparison between football and water polo.
Task 4. Make a comparison between football and water polo.
- on the ground/pitch
- In a pool
- 11
- By using feet, leg …
- Only the goalie can hold the ball with both hands
- 7
- Fouls:
+ touching the ball by the hand.
+ interfere with the offensive player’s body
- Only the goalie can touch the ball by the hand
- Fouls:
+ holding the ball with two hands
+ punching the ball
+ interfere with the offensive player’s body
- By using hands, arms
- 2 halves, 45 minutes each (150’+)
- 4 quarters, from 5 to 8 minutes each (50’+)
- a player receiving a red card is ejected
- a player committing 5 minor fouls is ejected
HOMEWORK:
- Remember new words and the content of the text.
- Prepare Language Focus
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