Warming up
Hello! Hello! Hello!
How are you?
Hello! Hello! Hello!
How are you?
I’m good!
I’m great!
I’m wonderful!
Warming...
Different kinds of sport
Outdoor: Indoor:
Cricket Volleyball
Football Chess
Rugby Handball
Horse-racing Darts
Boat-racing ...
When do we use…?
GO – if you speak about sport ending
in – ing.
(e.g. I go swimming.)
PLAY – if you speak about ball games...
What sport can we…
GO? skating handball
ice – hockey karate
PLAY? aerobics gymnastics
judo swimming
DO? football athletics...
Check yourself:
GO – skating, swimming;
PLAY – ice – hockey, tennis, football,
handball, basketball;
DO – aerobics, judo, ...
Complete the sentences using do, play, or go.
1. Every morning I ___________ jogging.
2. On Saturday mornings my brothers ...
Write down only a name :
a) Who is fond of training brains?
b) Who likes training football?
c) Who likes figure skating?
d...
Is it a team sport/game?
Do you use a ball?
Do you compete with the
others?
Is it a water sport?
Is it… (swimming)?
HOME ASSIGNMENT
Write about your favourite kind of sports
using the writing guide:
My favourite kind of sports is… .
I thi...
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Розробка презентації до уроку англійської мови для дітей молодшої школи на тему "Different Kids of Sport".
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Sports      
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  • 1. Warming up Hello! Hello! Hello! How are you? Hello! Hello! Hello! How are you? I’m good! I’m great! I’m wonderful! Warming up Hello! Hello! Hello! How are you? Hello! Hello! Hello! I’m tired! I’m hungry! I’m not so good!
  • 2. Different kinds of sport Outdoor: Indoor: Cricket Volleyball Football Chess Rugby Handball Horse-racing Darts Boat-racing Boxing Motor-racing Badminton Tennis Gymnastics Golf Hockey
  • 3. When do we use…? GO – if you speak about sport ending in – ing. (e.g. I go swimming.) PLAY – if you speak about ball games (or chess). (e.g. I play football.) DO – if you speak about other sports. (e.g. I do athletics.)
  • 4. What sport can we… GO? skating handball ice – hockey karate PLAY? aerobics gymnastics judo swimming DO? football athletics tennis basketball
  • 5. Check yourself: GO – skating, swimming; PLAY – ice – hockey, tennis, football, handball, basketball; DO – aerobics, judo, karate, gymnastics, athletics.
  • 6. Complete the sentences using do, play, or go. 1. Every morning I ___________ jogging. 2. On Saturday mornings my brothers ________ football. 3. I _______ gymnastics on Saturdays. 4. My mother and I ___________ aerobics every week. 5. My father and mother _________ golf at the weekend. 6. In winter we ________ skiing. 7. In summer we ________ tennis and ________ swimming. go play do do play go play go
  • 7. Write down only a name : a) Who is fond of training brains? b) Who likes training football? c) Who likes figure skating? d) Who keeps fit for health and good figure? e) Who hates competing? f) Who is fond of many kinds of sport? Alex Peter Alison Ann Alison Peter
  • 8. Is it a team sport/game? Do you use a ball? Do you compete with the others? Is it a water sport? Is it… (swimming)?
  • 9. HOME ASSIGNMENT Write about your favourite kind of sports using the writing guide: My favourite kind of sports is… . I think that… . I go (play, do)… every … (two times a week). I want to… (take part in…, win cups, medals…).

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