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Unit 16 Sports. Aims Understand people talking about sports Master some common expression about sports Enable the students to talk about favorite sports.

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1 Unit 16 Sports

2 Aims Understand people talking about sports Master some common expression about sports Enable the students to talk about favorite sports

3 Contents Review Lead-in: jazz chant I can Lead-in: jazz chant I can Vocabulary preview Listening: I Dialogues, passages 2006 World Cup Theme Song Listening: II Spot Dictation: Olympics Video: I like to stay in shape Speaking: What s your favorite sports? sum-up & final review 5 min 10 min 20 min 10 min 20 min 15 min 15

4 Review: American history Listen to VOA special English report: Lost in the Stars Movies Become Big Business in 1920s America

5 Challenge bungee jumping bungee jumping extreme sports

6 I can I can What can the woman do? What can the man do? She can do yoga, play baseball, and ski He can do karate, ice-skate, and play volleyball

7 Jazz chant: I can play basketball I can play basketball I can play basketball Yoga, yoga, I can do yoga. Can you do yoga, too? I can't do yoga, but I can do karate. Can you do karate, too? I can't do karate, but I can play baseball. Can you play baseball, too? I can't play baseball, but I can ice-skate. Can you ice-skate, too? I can't ice-skate, but I can ski. Can you ski, too? I can't ski, but I can play volleyball, too? Can you play volleyball, too?

8 Dialogue 1 NationalOnesActivityGraceful Yes. She was one on the basketball team of her college. They are postgraduates, for they are both busy writing their theses. He seems to be interested.

9 Dialogue 2 UsedAustraliaBeachesSwim No. (strictly a spectator/ watch) She doesn t think it s a sport for girls Hawaii

10 Passage 1 British. In 1980 CoeCoe

11 Passage 2 GroupEndTriedLate

12 Part II Dialogue 1 BasketballFishingGolfTennisManchester Some of them are the best players in England. No, He only watches sports on TV.

13 Il Divo Toni Braxton Il Divo Toni Braxton (MTV) It was Almost Inevitable that the Operatic Male Vocal Group and One of R&b's Sexiest Icons Teamed Up in a Studio, Thanks to their Stirring Italian Version of Braxton's Worldwide Hit "Unbreak My Heart". Together, They Recorded the Official 2006 Theme of the Fifa World Cup (The Eu Soccer Association), Produced by World-renowned Producer Steve Mac and Written by Bmg Music Song Writer Jorgen Elofsson. "The Time of Our Lives" Premiered on June 9, 2006 at the Opening Ceremony of the Competition in Munich, Germany Where Toni Braxton and Il Divo were Among the First Artists to Be Invited to Perform at Both the Opening and Closing World Cup Ceremonies. This EP also Includes a Spanish Version of "Isobel" and "Heroe", Performed by Only Il Divo as Well as the Enhanced Global Promotional Video Lensed to Promote the Event.

14 2006 -World Cup Theme Song the time of our lives there was a dream long time ago there was a dream destined to grow hacerse pasion (to become passion) con fuego abrazar (and to hug with fire) el deseo de dar sin fin (the will to give in an endless way) el deseo de ganar (the will to win) for a lifetime of progress that runs here today we'll go all the way hey they feel like having the time of our lives let's light the fire find the plain let's go together as one inside 'cause it feels like we re having the time of our lives we'll find the glory and the pain all that we are, for all that we are for time of our lives hoy es el dia (today is the day) es la ocasion de triunfar (the time to succeed) para hacer realidad el destino que so ñ abamos conseguir (reality the destiny we dreamt to achieve) una vida de lucha nos trajo hasta aqui (a life of fight brought us here) y llegare hasta el final (and i'll keep on till the end) heaven knows 'cause it feels like we're having the time of our lives juntos, unidos, triunfara nuestro deseo de ser el mejor (together, united, the will to be the best will win) 'cause it feels like we're having the time of our lives hasta la gloria, junto a ti, (till the glory, along with you ) llego el momento de la verdad (the moment of truth has arrived) el momento llego (the moment arrived) y ya nunca jamas lo podre olvidar... (and now i will never ever forget it...) 'cause it feels like we're having the time of our lives juntos, unidos, triunfara nuestro deseo de ser el mejor (together, united, the will to be the best will win) 'cause it feels like we're having the time of our lives hasta la gloria, junto a ti, (till the glory, along with you ) el momento llego (the moment arrived) el momento llego (the moment arrived) we'll find the glory we'll be there for all that we are for one thing that we wanna be and all that we are for the time of our lives for the time of our lives

15 Part II Dialogue 2 WalkingWoodsAutumnHours She goes to an indoor swimming pool No. She goes swimming mainly to get relaxed from her work and enjoy herself. Yes, it is. Sports help people get relaxed from time to time and enjoy some kind of recreation.

16 Passage 1 1.On Saturday. 2.The Cup Final 3.Thousands of people 4.They watch the game on TV League 8.ending

17 Passage 2 Gymnastics Gymnastics Soviet Union People were able to see the sport so clearly on TV. Partly because of Olga Korbut. Comaneci. She was 14.

18 dictation practice VOA special MP3 dictation practice VOA special MP MP3 The first ( 1 ) Olympic games were foot races during celebrations to honor the (2 ) god, Zeus. Winners were honored with a crown of ( 3) leaves placed around their heads. Greece continued to hold the games every (4 ) years for the next ( 5) years. The ancient Romans banned them in the fourth century when they (6 ) Greece. The Romans also ( 7) the Olympic centers and sports fields. The first ( 8) Olympics were held in Athens, Greece in eighteen ninety-six. Athletes from eight ( 9 ) competed in ten sports. A ( 10 ) diplomat, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, had proposed a world ( 11 ) of sports like the ancient games in Greece. The purpose was to help athletes develop ( 12 ) and values through competition. And the ( 13 ) event would provide a way for athletes of all ( 14 ) to become friends. Today, the Olympics are the world s most (15 ) sports event. The five ( 16 ) of the Olympic sign represent this athletic friendship. They ( 17 ) the linking, through sports, of five parts of the world: Europe, Asia, ( 18 ), Australia and the Americas. The ( 19 ) of the rings are blue, yellow, black, green and red. Under the rings is the Olympic (20)in Latin: Citius, Altius, Fortius. In ( 21 ), the words mean: Swifter, Higher, ( 22 ). Today, the Olympics are the world s most (15 ) sports event. The five ( 16 ) of the Olympic sign represent this athletic friendship. They ( 17 ) the linking, through sports, of five parts of the world: Europe, Asia, ( 18 ), Australia and the Americas. The ( 19 ) of the rings are blue, yellow, black, green and red. Under the rings is the Olympic (20)in Latin: Citius, Altius, Fortius. In ( 21 ), the words mean: Swifter, Higher, ( 22 ). 1.thirteen 2.Greek 3.olive 4.four 5.One thousand 6.ruled 7.Destroyed 8.modern 9.countries 10.French 11.celebration 12.strength 13.international 14.nations 15.famous 16.rings 17.represent 18.Africa 19.colors 20.saying 21.English 22.Stronger

19 dictation practice VOA special MP3 dictation practice VOA special MP MP3 The first thirteen Olympic games were foot races during celebrations to honor the Greek god, Zeus. Winners were honored with a crown of olive leaves placed around their heads. Greece continued to hold the games every four years for the next one thousand years. The ancient Romans banned them in the fourth century when they ruled Greece. The Romans also destroyed the Olympic centers and sports fields. The first modern Olympics were held in Athens, Greece in eighteen ninety-six. Athletes from eight countries competed in ten sports. A French diplomat, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, had proposed a world celebration of sports like the ancient games in Greece. The purpose was to help athletes develop strength and values through competition. And the international event would provide a way for athletes of all nations to become friends. Today, the Olympics are the world s most famous sports event. The five rings of the Olympic sign represent this athletic friendship. They represent the linking, through sports, of five parts of the world: Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Americas. The colors of the rings are blue, yellow, black, green and red. Under the rings is the Olympic saying in Latin: Citius, Altius, Fortius. In English, the words mean: Swifter, Higher, Stronger. Today, the Olympics are the world s most famous sports event. The five rings of the Olympic sign represent this athletic friendship. They represent the linking, through sports, of five parts of the world: Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Americas. The colors of the rings are blue, yellow, black, green and red. Under the rings is the Olympic saying in Latin: Citius, Altius, Fortius. In English, the words mean: Swifter, Higher, Stronger.

20 Vocabulary diplomat n.,, diplomat n.,, foot race n. foot race n. olive leaf ( )

21 Video activity I like to stay in shape I like to stay in shape I like to stay in shape Give us a clue Vocabulary match Video Comprehension: Do as I say not as I do (True or False) Listen & repeat

22 I like to stay in shape Mark tries to impress Anne by telling her about his fitness routine. Mark: Hi there. Nice day, isn't it? Anne: Oh, yes, very nice. Mark: Do you often come out here this early? Anne: Usually. I like to stay in shape. Mark: I do too. I usually get up around five o'clock. Anne: Oh, really? Mark: Yeah. I usually start with some stretches. There's a great aerobics program on TV at six. Anne: No kidding. I guess you really do like to stay in shape. Mark: Hey, three days a week I go straight to my health club after work. Anne: Wow. What do you do the other two evenings? Mark: Tuesdays and Thursdays, I'm on the old tennis courts by five-thirty. Anne: Well, after all that exercise during the week, what do you do over the weekend? Mark: Saturdays and Sundays are my days for team sports. Nancy: Hi, Anne. Are we late? Anne: Oh, no, Nancy. You're... right on time. Hi, Terry. Terry: Are you ready for a couple more miles? Anne: Sure. Say,... would you like to join us? Mark: Oh, no.... Uh, thanks, anyway. I don't have time today. Sorry. Anne: OK. Well, bye-bye. Have a nice day! Mark: (to new person) Hi there. Nice day, isn't it?

23 Speaking practice PETS) Oral Exam Part II (3 minutes) Interlocutor: Now, I'd like you to talk about something for about 3 minutes. I'm just going to listen. I'd like you to discuss what kinds of sports you enjoy doing and why. Talk to each other about it. It is not necessary to agree with each other. You have only about 3 minutes for this.

24 Part 3 (4 minutes) Interlocutor: Now, I'd like each of you to talk on your own for about one and a half minutes. I'm going to give each of you a different picture and I'd like you to talk about it. Candidate A, here is your picture (Chinese football team, after losing a match, walking out of the stadium). Please let Candidate B have a look at it.

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26 Arctic Winter Games Arctic Winter Games Where do all of the athletes and cultural contingents at the Arctic Winter Games come from? Canada Northern Canada Northern countries In the video clip you watched, where were the Arctic Winter Games held? Slave Lake, Alberta Slave Lake, Saskatchewan Calgary, Alberta Besides sports, what else is an important part of the Games? cultural exchange travel opportunity cooking What did Elisha Hilibook and Kumuk Nuvia do in the Arctic Winter Games? knuckle hopping throat singing they organized the events What is the singers' hope for the future? the younger generation will learn this art they will travel the world singing they will become famous singers

27 Arctic Winter Games Arctic Winter Games Celebrating Northern Culture December 13, min 23 sec Arctic Winter Games [Pamela Wallen] The Olympics may be over but the spirit of athletic competition is alive and well at the Arctic Winter Games. Almost 1500 athletes are taking part. All of them come from provinces, territories and countries that lie north of the 55th parallel. So we head north of 55 tonight on Canada at Large, to Slave Lake, Alberta, the most southerly location ever for the Arctic Games. Our reporter is Eric Sorenson. [Announcer] … Team Yukon … ( … cheering … ) [Eric Sorensen] They look like a scaled-down version of the Olympics, but only Arctic countries are welcome here. The Arctic Winter Games are best known for their traditional aboriginal sports such as the two foot high-kick, the excruciating Inuit sport called knuckle hopping, and spear throwing Dene style – it s called snow snake. The Arctic Winter Games are best known for their traditional aboriginal sports such as the two foot high-kick, the excruciating Inuit sport called knuckle hopping, and spear throwing Dene style – it s called snow snake. But what distinguishes the Arctic Winter Games is the cultural exchange. There is fierce competition, but the main goal of the games is social and cultural interaction. ( … music … ) Cultural contingents have been sent by all the countries here. Folk singers and dancers from central Russia. Drum dancers from Alaska. But the surprise crowd-pleasers so far have been Elisha Hilibook and Kumuk Nuvia, Inuit throat singers. ( … throat singing … ) It takes years of practice to control breathing, stomach muscles and vocal chords. ( … throat singing … ) [Man] Sounds neat. I ve never heard it before. [Woman] It sounds like crickets or something natural out in the wild. ( … throat singing … ) [Man Two] This is amazing. I just … it s almost … ahh … hypnotic. [Eric Sorenson] At one moment it sounds like two people are making … like … 6 or 7 different … ( … laughter … ) [Eric Sorenson] How do you do that? [Elisha] It s the rhythms. ( … throat singing … ) [Eric Sorenson] Rhythms that Elisha and Kumuk hope to pass on to future generations of Inuit. [Throat Singer] We want to keep our culture. We want to pass it down to younger generation. ( … throat singing … ) [Eric Sorenson] By bringing together different cultures, organizers of the Arctic Winter Games say they hope to showcase and preserve the unique cultures of the north. Eric Sorenson, CBC News, Slave Lake, Alberta ( … throat singing … )

28 News report Terry Fox: A Marathon of Hope Terry Fox: A Marathon of Hope Terry Fox: A Marathon of Hope Question 1: Why is Terry Fox running across Canada? to show that cancer can be beaten to give hope to others to raise money for the Cancer Society to get in shape to show that cancer can be beaten to give hope to others to raise money for the Cancer Society to get in shape Question 2: What is Terry bringing with him? 8 pairs of running shoes 3 extra legs spare parts a friend who will drive the van his mom and dad 8 pairs of running shoes 3 extra legs spare parts a friend who will drive the van his mom and dad Question 3: How long does Terry think the cross-country run will take? 30 days until the fall months 30 days until the fall months

29 Terry Foxs Marathon of Hope The Marathon of Hope begins April 12, min 30 sec[Announcer] This afternoon in St. John s Newfoundland a young man named Terry Fox started running and he says he won t stop till he reaches British Columbia. John McQuaker has the story. John McQuaker] This afternoon at 2:45 in St. John s harbour, Terry Fox dipped his foot into the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The beginning of a cross country run. Many people have run or walked across Canada, but Fox hopes to be the first to do it with an artificial leg. He lost his right leg to cancer three years ago and decided he wasn t going to allow the loss to affect his outlook on life. To demonstrate that cancer can be beaten and to give hope to others, as well as raise money for the Cancer Society, he s convinced he can make it on one good and one artificial leg from here to Vancouver Island.[Terry Fox] Whatever you do you ve got to do the....the best you can possibly do and I m going to...I m going to give it everything I … I possibly can. It s just going to be … if I don t make it … it s going to be something that ahh … nobody would make it.[John McQuaker] After making his way from the harbour to city hall, Fox, wearing the Mayor s cloak of office raised the flag of the Cancer Society. And after being given greetings from the Mayor for the people of British Columbia, he finally got on his way out of the city.Fox has got a supply of 8 pairs of running shoes and three extra legs as well as spare parts and a van. A friend from Port Coquitlam, his home town, is driving all the way with him. At 30 miles a day, roughly, they hope to hit the west coast by next fall in 5 or 6 months. John McQuaker, CBC News, St. John s

30 Queen - We Are The Champions.mp3 Queen - We Are The Champions.mp3 I've paid my dues - Time after time - I've done my sentence But committed no crime - And bad mistakes I've made a few I've had my share of sand kicked in my face - But I've come through - my friends And we'll keep on fighting - till the end - We are the champions - We are the champions No time for losers 'Cause we are the champions - of the world - I've taken my bows And my curtain calls - You brought me fame and fortuen and everything that goes with it - I thank you all - But it's been no bed of roses No pleasure cruise - I consider it a challenge before the whole human race - And I ain't gonna lose - We are the champions - my friends And we'll keep on fighting - till the end - We are the champions - We are the champions No time for losers 'Cause we are the champions - of the world -

31 A kind of leap that rhymes with pump: A medal that rhymes with old: A very fast run that rhymes with print: A competition that rhymes with ace: A jump into the water that rhymes with hive: A place where runners run that rhymes with back: JumpGoldSprintRaceDivetrack

32 What a tennis player uses that rhymes with packet: Someone who plays sports and rhymes with feet: An Olympic symbol that rhymes with porch: Something you throw that rhymes with bus: Something you relay that rhymes with on RacketAthleteScorchmarathon

33 A very long race that rhymes with dawn: A medal that rhymes with river: What you do with a paddle that rhymes with know: The fastest time that rhymes with word: MarathonSilverRowRecord


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