Theme 10: Sports

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Theme 10: SPORTS

(Druhy športu: zimné a letné, individuálne a kolektívne. Športové disciplíny. Význam športu pre rozvoj osobnosti. Nové trendy v športe.)

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

sport, game, summer sports, winter sports

summer sports: American football, athletics, baseball, basketball, football, golf, netball, tennis, table tennis, swimming, volleyball

winter sports: ice hockey, skiing, snowboarding

Sports equipment: ball, hockey puck,

Sports places: sports centre, swimming pool

Sports events: football match, sports day at school

Sports – people: sportsman, sportswoman

Sports - related words: Games, Physical Education, sports team

Verbs: do athletics, catch, go skiing, go snowboarding, go swimming, jump, play, run, ski, swim

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What sports do you like?
  2. What is your favourite sport?
  3. What is your favourite winter sport?
  4. What is your favourite summer sport?
  5. Who is your favourite sportsman/athlete?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What sports are popular in your country?
  2. What is your favourite football/basketball/ice hockey team?
  3. Do you do any sports?
  4. What sports do you play?
  5. Do you like PE? When have you got it? What do you do?

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

sport, game, summer sports, winter sports

summer sports: American football, athletics, badminton, baseball, basketball, fitness classes, football, golf, karate, netball, tennis, table tennis, swimming, volleyball, weight training, yoga

winter sports: ice hockey, skiing, snowboarding

Sports equipment: ball, basket, hockey puck

Sports places: gym, playground, rink, stadium, sports centre, swimming pool

Sports – people: sportsman, sportswoman

Sports events: football match, sports day at school

Sports - related words: club, Games, member, Physical Education, sports team

Verbs: do athletics, catch, cycle, go skiing, go snowboarding, go swimming, jump, lose, play, practise, run, skate, ski, swim, throw, win

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What sports do you like?
  2. What sports do you dislike?
  3. What is your favourite winter sport?
  4. What is your favourite summer sport?
  5. What sports do you prefer, winter or summer?
  6. What sports TV channels do you know?
  7. What sports are so popular?
  8. What sports does your family practise at the weekends?
  9. Are you a member of any sports team or any sports centre?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Do you play any sports? If so, which ones? How often do you play sports?
  2. What sports do you practise? What do you do?
  3. What sports does your family practise?
  4. Who is your favourite professional sportsman? Why?
  5. What sports are you interested in? Why?
  6. What sports do you practise? When did you start it? Are you successful at it?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You practise some sport. Tell and answer your partner about it.

B: You want to know some information about your partner and his/her sports activities. He/she is a sportsman.

A: You are a coach of the basketball team. You’re looking for some new members. B: You want to be a member of the basketball team. Your partner A is a coach.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

VOCABULARY:

 

  1. ROČNÍK

sport, game, summer sports, winter sports, outdoor/indoor sports and sports activities summer sports: American football, athletics– jumping, running, throwing, badminton, baseball, basketball, fitness classes, football, golf, gymnastics, hiking, karate, karting, netball, tennis, table tennis, sailing, scuba diving, swimming, volleyball, weight training, windsurfing, yoga

winter sports: ice hockey, skating, skiing, snowboarding

Sports equipment: ball, basket, hockey puck, hockey stick, racket, racing car, skates, roller skates

Sports places: gym, playground, racetrack, rink, stadium, sports centre, swimming pool, track

Sports – people: player, sportsman, sportswoman

Sports events: championship, competition, football match, grand prix, sports day at school

Sports - related words: award, club, Games, medal, member, Physical Education, sports team

Verbs: - be interested in, be good/bad/successful at

  • do athletics, catch, climb, cycle, go jogging, go karting, go sailing, go skiing, go snowboarding, go swimming, go windsurfing, jump, lose, play, practise, ride, run, skate, ski, swim, throw, win

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What outdoor sport or activity do you do?
  2. What sport do you think is the most dangerous?
  3. What sport do you think is the most expensive?
  4. What is the most popular sport in your country?
  5. What sports do you like watching on TV?
  6. What sports do you hate watching on TV?
  7. What sports are you good at?
  8. What sports are you interested in?
  9. What sports have you ever played?
  10. What sports have you never tried?
  11. What sports will you practise in your future?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Do you know of any interesting or strange sports or activities?
  2. Do you prefer watching or playing sports? Why?
  3. What do you think is the most interesting sport?
  4. Have you ever been to watch a professional sports event?
  5. What sports events do you like watching?
  6. Do you play sports?
  7. Do you go jogging? Why, or why not?
  8. What strange/extreme sports would you like to try?
  9. What sports are you going to play next weekend?
  10. Why do people play any sports?
  11. What sports do you practise? If so, which ones? How long? When did you start?
  12. Who is your favourite professional sportsman? Why?
  13. What sports are you interested in? Why?
  14. Do you prefer individual or team sports? Why?
  15. Do you prefer indoor or outdoor sports? Why?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You’re the best sportsman at your school. You are asked to give an interview for the school magazine.

B: You’re a reporter of your school magazine. Ask your partner some questions. Your partner is the best sportsman at your school.

A: You’re going to spend your holidays at the sea. You think you’ll be boring there. You know your partner B was on holiday and did water sports and a lot of sports activities on the beach.

B: You were at the sea last year. Tell your partner B what activities you did on the beach, what water sports you realised in the sea.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

8., 9. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

sport, game, summer sports, winter sports, outdoor/indoor sports and sports activities

summer sports: American football, athletics– jumping, running, throwing, badminton, baseball, basketball, fitness classes, football, golf, gymnastics, hiking, karate, karting, marathon, netball, rowing, tennis, table tennis, sailing, scuba diving, shooting, swimming, volleyball, beach volleyball, weight training, water polo, windsurfing, yoga

winter sports: ice hockey, skating – figure skating, roller skating, skiing – Alpine skiing, cross country skiing, ski jumping, snowboarding

Sports equipment: ball, basket, bat, darts, helmet, hockey puck, hockey stick, ice- skates, racket, racing car, skates, roller skates, skis

Sports – people: athlete, coach, cyclist, footballer, player, referee, skater, skier, swimmer

Sports places: court, gym, field, playground, football pinch, racetrack, rink, stadium, sports centre, swimming pool, track

Sports events: championship, competition, football match, grand prix, the Olympic Games, tournament, sports day at school, World Cup

Sports - related words: award, club, free style, Games, goal, league, medal, member, Physical Education, sports team

Verbs: - be fond of, be good/bad/successful at, be interested in, be keen on, be tired of sth.

  • dive, do athletics, do exercise, catch, climb, cycle, give up, go jogging, go karting, go sailing, go skiing, go snowboarding, go swimming, go windsurfing, hit, jump, kick, lose, play, practise, ride, run, score - a point / a goal, skate, ski, swim, take up, take part in, take a risk, take sth. to its limits, throw, win

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘sport’?
  2. What is your favourite winter sport?
  3. What is your favourite summer sport?
  4. What is your favourite individual sport?
  5. What is your favourite team sport?
  6. Do you prefer watching sports at the stadium, at home on TV, on a giant screen?
  7. Which sport has the best athletes in your country?
  8. What sport do you think is the best for our health?
  9. What sports will you never try? Why?
  10. What strange/extreme sports would you like to try?
  11. What sports did you use to play when you were 10?
  12. What sports are you keen on?
  13. What sports are you fond of?
  14. What sports have you ever played?
  15. What sports have you never tried?
  16. What sports would you like to practise?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Why do so many people like sport?
  2. Why are some people not interested in sport?
  3. Do you have good or bad experiences with sports at school?
  4. Do you think football is the world’s most popular sport? Why, or why not?
  5. Have you ever been to watch a professional sporting event?
  6. What sports events do you like watching?
  7. Why should people take exercises regularly?
  8. What sports do you practise?
  9. Would you like to learn how to play a sport or do an activity? What would you like to learn?
  10. When can you take part in the Olympic Games?
  11. What should people do to be a good sportsman? What shouldn’t?
  12. What do you do to keep fit?
  13. Do you think everybody should practice sports?
  14. What sports would your parents not let you play? Why?
  15. What does your sport say about your personality? Why?
  16. What will you do to be a better sportsman?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You’re really a successful sportsman. Advise your partner B how to become a better athlete.

B: You want to be a better athlete. You have never won any medial.

A: Ask your partner B about the sport he practises. You want to try these sports, but you haven’t got any information about it.

B: You have practised this sport for several years. Give your partner A some information about it.

A: You think snowboarding/skiing/scuba diving is really dangerous sport. B: You are keen on snowboarding/skiing/scuba diving.

A: You get regular exercises. You partner B doesn’t like any sport and game. Talk to him about some benefits of exercises.

B: You prefer computer games to sports. You never do any exercises. You wonder why your partner A is interested in exercises.

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