The theme of the lesson: What sports do you do?

The theme of the lesson: What sports do you do?

Aims of the lesson:

-To develop speech being trained, ability to express the opinion, to prove it, to draw conclusions after performance, skills of audition, reading.

  • To develop ability to analyze, compare.
  • To systematize knowledge being trained on the subject «Sports»
  • To bring up a pride for achievements of athletes of the country.
  • To expand knowledge of children of the importance of sports in human life.


  • Personal computer
  • Slides.
  • Didactic material
  1. Greeting.

Teacher: Hello, boys and girls! Glad to see you. How are you? Today is a nice day, isn’t it?

I’d like to read you a poem. Listen to it and then answer my question.

(Sport)… is fun for girls and boys,
It’s much better than toys.
You can sledge and ski and skate
And throw snowballs with Kate.
You can swim and play football,
Hockey, tennis, and basketball.
You can jump and you can run,
You can have a lot of fun.

What is the poem about? The topic of our lesson is sport.

  1. Warming-up activity.
  2. Firstly, we’ll work at our pronunciation.

How many of these sports can you name?

2.What’s your favorite sport?







The rule: Present Perfect Continuous to show that something started in the past and has continued up until now. «For five minutes,» «for two weeks,» and «since Tuesday» are all durations which can be used with the Present Perfect Continuous.

Form: Have(has)+been+Ving

Alternative Form:

Exp: They have been studying for exactly three hours

Negative Form:

Exp: She hasn’t been working since she came home

Interrogative Form:

Exp: Has he been learning English since his childhood


Since is used for:

— start of the time

— a particular time




For is used for:

  • a period of time
  • a duration of time










  1. Listening.

Listen to the dialogue and find the types of sport/present perfect continuous.





Work in pairs. Make up a dialogue about sport using the table.









Write the sports in the correct boxes.

volleyball,running,badminton,horse riding,football,skiing,table tennis, swimming, tennis, basketball,rugby, climbing.

Team games /Sports for one person/races  /Games for two people



Sport Quiz.

Match the sport or game to the appropriate set of rules.

Write the number of the sport or game in the correct box.

A _________

Each team may have up to eleven players, only seven of whom are allowed to play at the same time. One team should wear blue caps, the other white. Players must not splash water into an opponent’s face.


The two contestants must bow to each other at the start of the contest. They should wear white clothing. Contestants must only attack the arms and legs of their opponent. They should not get overexcited.


The game can be played by two or four players. The players must change positions after each game. The ball must touch the table on both sides of the net each time it is hit.


Competitors should wear a helmet. They must not stop another competitor from overtaking. Competitors are not allowed to help each other.

E __________

Each team may have up to ten players, only five of whom may play at the same time. Players are not allowed to leave the court without permission. The ball may be thrown but it must not be carried or kicked. A team must try for a goal within 30 seconds of getting possession of the ball.


Each team must have eleven players. The two teams should wear different colours. Only the goalkeeper is allowed to play the ball with his hands or arms.


Each team must have six players. The server may hit the ball with his hand or any part of the arm. He must release the ball from his other hand before hitting it. Players must not touch the net.


Each team may have up to seven-teen players, only six of whom are allowed to play at the same time. Players must wear skates and numbered shirts.


Contestants are weighed before the contest. The contestants’ assistants must leave the ring before the fight begins. Contestants must wear gloves and must not hit an opponent behind the neck.

  1. Table tennis
  2. Water polo
  3. Basketball
  4. Volleyball
  5. Cycle racing
  6. Judo
  7. Ice hockey
  8. Boxing
  9. Football


VIII. Sing a song.


Wake Up

Here we go!

I wake up

I wake up

I wash my face

I wash my face

This is what I do

when I wake up in the morning

This is what I do, when I wake up

I brush my teeth

I brush my teeth

I comb my hair

I comb my hair



I eat breakfast

I eat breakfast

I go to school

I go to school


I wake up

I wash my face

I brush my teeth

I comb my hair

I eat breakfast

I go to school




  1. Conclusion. Work with photos “Who are they?”

(Few words about sportsmen/sportswomen of KZ)


  1. Marks.
  2. Hometask. Your homework is to make a presentation “Sport in my life” and Ex 2,3 on page 28 WB