МЕТОДИЧЕСКАЯ РАЗРАБОТКА по теме «ФИЗКУЛЬТУРА И СПОРТ, ЗДОРОВЫЙ ОБРАЗ ЖИЗНИ» с изучением модальных глаголов


МИНИСТЕРСТВО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ И НАУКИ МУРМАНСКОЙ ОБЛАСТИ
ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ АВТОНОМНОЕ ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОЕ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ МУРМАНСКОЙ ОБЛАСТИ
«КАНДАЛАКШСКИЙ ИНДУСТРИАЛЬНЫЙ КОЛЛЕДЖ»
(ГАПОУ МО «КИК»)
МЕТОДИЧЕСКАЯ РАЗРАБОТКАпо теме
«ФИЗКУЛЬТУРА И СПОРТ, ЗДОРОВЫЙ ОБРАЗ ЖИЗНИ»
с изучением модальных глаголов
г.Кандалакша2016 г.
Разработано с учетом Федерального государственного образовательного стандарта среднего профессионального образования.
Разработчик: Храмцова Тамара Владимировна, преподаватель ГАПОУ МО «Кандалакшский индустриальный колледж».
Пояснительная записка
Целью изучения данного модуля направлено на достижение следующих целей:
формирование коммуникативной компетенции, позволяющей свободно общаться на английском языке в различных формах и на различные темы, в том числе в сфере профессиональной деятельности, с учетом приобретенного словарного запаса, а также условий, мотивов и целей общения;
воспитание личности, способной и желающей вести здоровый образ жизни, участвовать в общении на межкультурном уровне;
В результате освоения данного модуля обучающийся должен знать:
1. значения новых лексических единиц, связанных с тематикой данного этапа и с соответствующими ситуациями общения;
2. языковой материал: идиоматические выражения, оценочную лексику, единицы речевого этикета;
3. средства и способы выражения модальности; условия, предположения, причины, следствия, побуждения к действию;
4. лингвострановедческую, страноведческую и социокультурную информацию, расширенную за счет новой тематики и проблематики речевого общения;
В результате освоения учебной дисциплины обучающийся должен уметь:
Говорение:
1. вести диалог (диалог–расспрос, диалог–обмен мнениями, этикетный диалог и их комбинации), используя аргументацию, эмоционально-оценочные средства;
2. рассказывать, рассуждать в связи с изученной тематикой, проблематикой прочитанных/прослушанных текстов; описывать события, излагать факты, делать сообщения;
Аудирование:
3. понимать относительно полно (общий смысл) высказывания на изучаемом иностранном языке в различных ситуациях общения;
4. понимать основное содержание аутентичных аудио- или видеотекстов познавательного характера на темы, предлагаемые в рамках курса, выборочно извлекать из них необходимую информацию, а также оценивать важность/новизну информации, определять свое отношение к ней.
Чтение:
5. читать тексты, используя основные виды чтения (ознакомительное, изучающее, просмотровое/поисковое) в зависимости от коммуникативной задачи.
Письменная речь:
6. описывать явления, события, излагать факты в письме;
7. использовать приобретенные знания и умения в практической и профессиональной деятельности, повседневной жизни
LESSON 1.
Modal verbs. CAN/COULD/BE ABLE TO.1. Посмотри презентацию на тему «Модальный глагол can». Изучи употребление модального глагола can, образование утвердительных, отрицательных и вопросительных предложений с глаголом can, а также его прошедшую форму could и эквивалент глагола can – (be) able to. Изучи приведенную ниже таблицу. Запиши примеры употребления can, can’t, could, couldn’t, (be) able to.
Модальный глагол can выражает возможность или способность совершать действие и переводится «могу», «умею».
Present Past Future
Positive (+) can
I can speak English could
I could speak English will be able to
I will be able to speak English
Negative (-) can’t
I can’t speak English couldn’t
I couldn’t speak English will not be able to
I will not be able to speak English
Question (?) can.. ?
Can you speak English? could..?
Could you speak English? will … able to?
Will you be able to speak English?
2. Complete the sentences using can or (be) able to. Use can if possible, otherwise use (be) able to.
1. George has travelled a lot. He can speak four languages.
2. I haven’t been able to sleep very well recently.
3. Sandra … drive but she hasn’t got a car.
4. I can’t understand Martin. I’ve never … understand him.
5. I can’t see you on Friday, but I … meet you on Saturday morning.
3. Complete the sentences with can/ can’t/could/ couldn’t + one of these words.
come eat hear run sleep wait
1. I’m afraid I can’t come to your party next week.
2. When Tim was 16, he was a fast runner. He …….. run 100 metres in 11 seconds.
3. Are you in a hurry? No, I’ve got plenty of time. I ……. .
4. I was feeling sick yesterday. I ……. well.5. Can you speak up a bit? I …… you very well.
6. You look tired. Yes. I …….. last night.
LESSON 2.
Modal verbs. MAY/HAVE TO/MUST/SHOULD.1. Посмотри презентацию на тему «Модальный глагол may». Изучи употребление модального глагола may, образование утвердительных, отрицательных и вопросительных предложений с глаголом may, а также эквивалент глагола may – (be) allowed to. Изучи приведенную ниже таблицу. Запиши примеры употребления may, may not, (be) allowed to.
Модальный глагол may выражает разрешение совершить действие и переводится «разрешается». Отрицательная форма «may not» означает запрет и переводится «нельзя, не разрешается».
Present Past Future
Positive (+) may
You may come in was/were allowed to
You were allowed to come in. will be allowed to
You will be allowed to come in.
Negative (-) may not
You may not come in was/ were not allowed to
You were not allowed to come in. will not be allowed to
You will not be allowed to come in.
Question (?) may…?
May I come in? Was/were … allowed to?
Were you allowed to come in? will …be allowed to?
Will you be allowed to come in?
2. What would you say in these situations? Use modal verbs may or can.
1. You are late for a lesson. You want to come in and take your seat. You enter the classroom and ask the teacher:
You:……..?Teacher: Come in and take your seat.
2. You are on a train. The woman next to you has finished reading her newspaper. Now you want to have a look at it. You ask her:
You: Excuse me………?
Woman: Yes, of course, I’ve finished with it.
3. You have finished your meal in a restaurant and now you want the bill. You ask the waiter:
You:………?Waiter: I’ll get it for you.
4. You have left your telephone at home. Now you need to make an urgent call. Your groupmate has got a telephone. You ask your groupmate:
You: …….?
Gropmate: Sure, here you are.
3. Посмотри презентацию на тему «Модальный глагол must». Изучи употребление модального глагола must, образование утвердительных, отрицательных и вопросительных предложений с глаголом must, а также эквивалент глагола must – to have to. Изучи приведенную ниже таблицу. Запиши примеры употребления must, must not, to have to.
Модальный глагол must выражает необходимость совершать действие (в силу определенных обстоятельств), приказ или настоятельный совет и переводится «должен, нужно». Отрицательная форма «must not» означает категорический запрет и переводится «нельзя».
Present Past Future
Positive (+) must
Не must go to the college had to
He had to go to college. will have to
You will have to go to the college.
Negative (-) do/does not have to
(нет необходимости)
Не does not have to go to the college
must not (нельзя)
Не not smoke in the room did not have to
He did not have to go to the college. will not have to
You will not have to go to the college.
Question (?) must
Must he go to the college? did …have to?
Did he have to go to the college? will… have to?
Will you have to go to the college?
4. Put in I must or I had to/ Вставь I must или I had to.
1. I had to go to the bank yesterday to get some money.
2. It’s late. ….. go now.
3. I don’t usually work on Saturdays but last Saturday ….. work.
4. …… get up early tomorrow. I’ve got a lot to do.
5. I went to London by train last week. The train was full and … stand all the way.
6. I was nearly late for my appointment this morning. ….. run to get there on time.
7. I forgot to phone David yesterday. ….. phone him later today.
5. Посмотри презентацию на тему «Модальный глагол should». Изучи употребление модального глагола should, образование утвердительных, отрицательных и вопросительных предложений с глаголом should. Изучи приведенную ниже таблицу. Сравни его с глаголами must и to have to. Запиши примеры употребления should.
Модальный глагол should выражает необходимость совершать действие (в силу морального долга) или совет и переводится «следует, должен». Модальный глагол should, обозначающий долженствование, употребляется только в форме Present Simple.
Present Simple
Positive (+) should
You should help them
Negative (-) should not
You shouldn’t offend them.
Question (?) should …?
Should I help them?
6. Complete the sentences. Use you should + one of these verbs.
clean go take visit watch wear
When you play tennis you should watch the ball.
It’s late and you are very tired. …… to bed.
…… your teeth twice a day.
If you have time, …. The Science Museum. It’s very interesting.
When you are driving. ….. a seat belt.
It’s too far to work from here to the station. …. a taxi.
Write about the people in the pictures. Use He/ She shouldn’t … so ….
He shouldn’t watch TV so much. 3. ………………………………….hard.
He …………………………….. 4. ………………………………………..
Individual work (at home)/: revise the grammar of modal verbs Индивидуальная работа (дома): повтори грамматический материал по модальным глаголам
LESSON 3. Modal verbs. TEST.
2. Take a test!
LESSON 4.
What do you know about sports? Why people should go in for sport? What is your favourite sport. We are going to discuss these problems during the lesson. Are you ready?
Find the 10 hidden words:
плавание, хоккей, корт, шахматы, команда, футбол, теннис, мяч, дзюдо, бокс.
s t x c o u r t a u
h w o l n c h e s s
o s ip o x y d a t
c b a m e t e a m e
k a j u m s n j e n
e l b u v ip e y n
y l e a d in b s im e j o k o c g e s
a f o o t b a l l o
r e b ib o x in g
Active vocabulary.
Study the following words and expressions.
player – игрок
team – команда
opponent – противник
to lose – проигрывать
to win – побеждать
to score a goal – забить гол
to comprise – включать (в себя)
races – гонки
horse races – скачки motor races – автогонки
cycle races – велосипедные гонки
representative – представитель
cycling – велосипедный спорт
skating – конькобежный спорт
skiing – лыжный спорт
rowing – гребля
yachting – яхтенный спорт
devoted – преданный
3. Read and translate the text:
Sports and Games
We are sure you are interested in sport. Many of you certainly play such games as volleyball or football, basketball or tennis. People who play a game are players. Players from other teams are their opponents. Two players playing with each other are partners. Each team can lose or win. In a football match players try to score as many goals as they can. Most matches take place in large stadiums.
Athletics is the most popular sport. People call it “the queen of all sports”. It comprises such kinds of sport as running (for different distances), jumping (long and high jumps) and others.
From time to time international championships and races (horse races, motor races, cycle races) take place. Representatives of various countries can win gold, silver or bronze medals. Such great championships in sport are organized every four years and we call them the Olympic Games. Only the best may take part in them.
There are so many kinds of sports, such as cycling, swimming, gymnastics, boxing, skating, skiing, rowing, yachting and many more in which you can take an active part or just be a devoted fan.
4. Are these statements true or false? Correct the false ones.
a. People who play a game are sportsmen.
b. Two players playing with each other are opponents.
c. Gymnastics is the queen of all sports.
d. The most popular sport is tennis.
e. Athletics comprises such kinds of sports as running, jumping, race walking, throwing and others.
f. International championships take place every four years.
g. The Olympic Games are a major international championship in which thousands of athletes participate in a variety of competitions.
h. The Olympic Games are organized every four years.
i. Everyone who likes sport can take part in the Olympic Games.
j. The athletes or teams who place first, second or third in each event receive medals.
5. Find modal verbs (can, may) in the text, explain their usage.
6. Answer the questions using the modal verb can.
Can you snowboard?
Can you play tennis?
Can you score a goal?
Can you row?
Can you take part in the world championship?
Can you win the Olympic Games?
Could you swim, when you were 12?
Could you run fast, when you were 8?
Could you jump high when you were 6?
Could you skate, when you were 10?
Could you ski, when you were 7?
Could you play chess, when you were 9?
7. Study the following words and expressions and discuss which kinds of sports you prefer.
I’m good/ not very good at … (skiing, swimming)
Truly speaking I don’t like …(running, team games), because …
But I’m fond of… because… (it helps me feel healthy)
To my mind the most exciting kind of sport is … (snowboarding, chess)
Personally I would never go playing … because it’s very (dangerous, expensive etc)
8. Discuss why people should go in for sport. Use the modal verb should.
LESSON 5.Which famous sportsmen do you know? Are you a devoted fan of some of them? Let’s discuss it now!
1. Study the following words and expressions.
biathlete – биатлонист
refer (to) – обращаться; ссылаться; говорить (о)
nickname – прозвище
regard (as) – считать
mandatory – обязательный, принудительный
relay – эстафета
to reign – царствовать
to achieve – достигать
achievement – достижение consecutive – последовательный, идущий друг за другом
lightning – молния
pole vaulter – прыгун с шестом
to represent – представлять
dissolution – распад (в т.ч.государства)
to induct – принимать в члены
to surpass – превосходить, превышать
decorated – украшенный; награжденный (медалями)
2. Look at the screen, there you can see a presentation about the world’s greatest sportsmen. Let’s look at their portraits, read and translate the information about them.
Texts of the presentation:
Ole Einar Bjørndalen (born 27 January 1974) is a Norwegian professional biathlete, often referred to by the nickname "The King of Biathlon". He is the most medaled Olympian in the history of the Winter Olympic Games, with 13 medals. He is also the most successful biathlete of all time at the Biathlon World Championships, having won 40 medals. He has won the Overall World Cup title six times, in 1997–98, in 2002–03, in 2004–05, in 2005–06, in 2007–08 and in 2008–09, more than any other male biathlete and the same as female record holder Magdalena Forsberg.Usain St. Leo Bolt, (born 21 August 1986) is a Jamaican sprinter. Regarded as the fastest person ever, he is the first man to hold both the 100 metres and 200 metres world records since fully automatic time measurements became mandatory in 1977. Along with his teammates, he also set the world record in the 4×100 metres relay. He is the reigning Olympic champion in these three events, the first man to win six Olympic gold medals in sprinting, and an eleven-time World champion. ). Bolt's achievements in sprinting have earned him the media nickname "Lightning Bolt.Serhiy Nazarovych Bubka (born 4 December 1963) is a former Ukrainian pole vaulter. He represented the Soviet Union until its dissolution in 1991, was twice named Athlete of the Year by Track & Field News, and in 2012 was one of 24 athletes inducted as members of the International Association of Athletics Federations Hall of Fame. Bubka won six consecutive IAAF World Championships, an Olympic gold medal and broke the world record for men's pole vault 35 times (17 outdoor and 18 indoor records). He was the first pole vaulter to clear 6.0 metres and 6.10 metres. Larisa Semyonovna Latynina ( born 27 December 1934) is a former Soviet gymnast. Between 1956 and 1964 she won 14 individual Olympic medals and four team medals. Her total of 18 Olympic medals was a record for 48 years until surpassed by American swimmer Michael Phelps on 31 July 2012. Although Phelps broke her total medal count record, her record for individual event medals (14) still stands. She is credited with helping to establish the Soviet Union as a dominant force in gymnastics. Michael Fred Phelps II (born June 30, 1985) is an American competition swimmer and the most decorated Olympian of all time, with a total of 22 medals. Phelps also holds the all-time records for Olympic gold medals (18), Olympic gold medals in individual events (11), and Olympic medals in individual events for a male (13). At the 2008 Beijing Olimpic Games Phelps won eight gold medals . Five of those victories were in individual events. Phelps is the long course world recordholder in swimming. He has won a total of 77 medals, totalling 61 gold, 13 silver, and 3 bronze spanning the Olympics, the World, and the Pan Pacific Championships. 3. Match the names of the sportspeople and the descriptions.
Larisa LatyninaMichael PhelpsUsain BoltSerhiy BubkaOle Einar Bjørndalenis an American swimmeris a Norwegian biathleteis a former Ukrainian pole vaulteris a former Soviet gymnastis a Jamaican sprinter4. Answer the questions to the texts.
Who is the fastest person ever?
Who is the most medaled Olympian in the history of the Winter Olympic Games?
Who is the most decorated Olympian of all time?
Who broke the world record in his kind of sport 35 times?
Who is the recordholder for individual event medals?
5. It’s high time to play! Choose one variant you like!
a. Make a short conversation with your friend: ask one another about your favourite sportmen, their achievements and biography.
b. Imagine you are at a press conference. Choose one (or more) person to be an honoured sportsperson, the rest of you are journalists. Let the journalists ask the sportsmen about their achievements and biography and the sportsmen answer the questions./ Представьте, что вы на пресс конференции. Выберите одного (или более) человека в качестве титулованного спортсмена, остальные – журналисты. Пусть журналисты спрашивают спортсменов о их достижениях и биографии, а спортсмены отвечают на вопросы журналистов.
6. A task for individual work (at home) – write an essay about your favourite sportsperson.
LESSON 6.What do you know about sport in Britain? What sport do most British people like?
Watch video and learn more about it!
1. Before watching:
Active vocabulary
Study the following words and expressions, some of them you have already learned :
football – футбол
cricket – крикет
tennis – теннис
golf – гольф
rowing – гребля
cycling – велосипедный спорт
walking – ходьба
horse racing – скачки
motor racing – мотогонки
aerobics – аэробика
running – бег
squash – сквош venue – место проведения
surprising – удивительный
scene – сцена
tournament – турнир
headquarters – штаб
experts – эксперты
public – публика, зрители
paths – дорожки
live (adj) – живой
serious – серьезный
variety – разнообразие
1.2. Do you know about anything in Sport in Britain? Look at the pictures and try this quiz:
a. Where is this?
b. Where can you see this?
c. Is this a popular sport in Britain? What do you think?
d. Why has this boy got a painted face?
e. What are the people in the window above doing?
Check your answers after watching the video.
1.3 Match the words to the pictures.

football, cricket, tennis, golf, rowing, cycling, walking, horse racing, motor racing, aerobics, running, squash
2. Sequence 1 (up to: … a very British game.)
2.1.Before watching Sequence 1 try to answer the question
What sport takes places in this venues?
a Wemblyb Wimbledon
c St Andrew’s
d Henleye Lord’s2.2. Watch Sequence 1 and check the answer.
3. Sequence 2 (up to: … and it’s a great sport.)
3.1 Watch Sequence 2 and answer the question.
How many public swimming pools are there in Britain?
а. 12.000
b. 20.000
c. 45.000
3.2. Watch again and complete the table:
Speaker № How often do they swim? Why do they swim?
Speaker 1 once a weekSpeaker 2 Speaker 3 4. Sequence 3 (up to: … not everybody walks from the start to the finish.)
4.1. Before watching Sequence 3 try to complete the sentences with the numbers from the box : 1.200 412 40 225.000
a. Over ______ clubs belong to the British Cycling Federation.
b. About _______% of British people go walking.
c. There are ______ kilometers of national paths in England and Wales.
d. The Pennine Way is _______ kilometres long.
4.2 Watch Sequence 3 and check the answers./ Посмотри Часть 3 и проверь ответы.
5. Sequence 4 (up to: … and because they enjoy it.)
5.1. Watch Sequence 4 and answer the question.
5.2 Watch again and complete the sentences:
a. Over _____ people go to see Manchester United in Manchester on a ______ or ______ afternoon.
b. Horse ______, motor ______ and ______ are also very popular.
c. These people are doing ______. They do it to keep ______ and because they _____ it.
6. Sequence 5 (to the end).
6.1 Watch Sequence 5 and find true sentences.
a. There are people at the athletics club every night.
b. All towns and cities in Britain have a large sports centre.
c. Croquet is originally British.
d. Squash comes from real tennis.
e. Curling comes from Scotland.
f. Leonie is very fit.
7. Go back to exercise 1.2 and check the quiz. Add to or change your answers. Watch the unit again if necessary..LESSON 7.What do you know about the Olympic Games? Let’s learn more about the history of the Olympic Movement right now.
1. Put the words under the three heading. Be sure you know all the words.
Individual Sports Sports for Two Team Sports
Running, volleyball, jumping, wrestling, draughts, throwing, rugby, synchronous swimming, hockey, chess, gymnastics, basketball, water polo, tennis, football, ice dancing, baseball, badminton, weightlifting, speed skating.
2. Match the left and right columns, learn the expressions.
1. figure pool
2. skating jump
3. tennis court
4. Olympic skating
5. high champion
6. swimming rink
3. Study the following words and expressions.
BC – before Christ –до нашей эры
wrestling – борьба
throwing – метание
javelin – копье
enormous – огромный
multi-sport event – мультиспортивное мероприятие to hold (held, held) – проводить (что-либо)
to host – принимать (в качестве хозяина)
hemisphere – полушарие
host – хозяин
to support – болеть, поддерживать
the Olympic team – Олимпийская сборная
4. Read the text:
The Olympic Games
The first record of the games dates from 776 BC in Greece. The important sports in the original Olympic Games were running, jumping, wrestling, throwing the discus and throwing the javelin. Only men competed, and they wore no clothes in order to have greater freedom of movement.
The first modern Olympiad took place in Athens in 1896. Since then the Olympic Games have been held every four years with only two exceptions because of the two world wars. There may be Summer and Winter Games.
In modern times the Olympic Movement has become an enormous and expensive organization. The Winter Olympic Games are a multi-sport event held every four years.
The Winter Olympics have been hosted on three continents, but never in a country in the southern hemisphere. The United States has hosted the Games four times. France has been the host three times. Austria, Canada, Italy, Japan, Norway and Switzerland have hosted the Games twice.
In 2014 Sochi was the first Russian city to host the Winter Olympics. Our government, Olympic Sports Committee and sportsmen prepared for this event with great enthusiasm. Our sportsmen won …. Everybody in Russia supported our Olympic team!
5. Are these statements true or false? Correct the false ones.
The Olympic Games were held in Ancient Greece.
Both men and women took part in the Games at that time.
The men wore no clothes because of the hot weather.
The Olympic Games have been held every four years since 776 BC.
The programme of the modern Olympic Games consists of running, jumping, wrestling, throwing the discus and throwing the javelin.
The Olympic Games are held every four years. There were only two exceptions because of earthquakes.
The Winter Olympics have been hosted in various countries on three continents.
The USA and France have hosted the Games several times.
Sochi was the first Russian city to host the Winter Olympics.
The Winter Olympics have never been held in Russia before.
6. Listen to the text and fill in the gaps with the words from the box.
athletes, Zeus, circles, competitors, motto
Some facts about the Olympic Games
1. The five Olympic … represent the five continents: Africa, North and South America, Asia and Australia. They are connected to symbolize the sports friendship amongst all the people in the world.
2. The Olympic … “Citius, altius, fortius” means “Faster, higher, stronger” in Latin.
3. The first official Olympic Games took place in 776 BC. They were held in honour of …, the supreme god of the Greeks.
4. The Games are meant to promote respect amongst all the … , regardless of their age, religion or sex.
5. To get an idea of the number of competitors participating in the Olympic Games – at Sydney 2000, 10 300 … came involved in 28 sports, 292 events and 635 matches.
7. For individual work (at home): in your groups prepare same interesting information about the Olympic Games. Think of the following:
The Olympic Flag
The Olympic Motto
The Olympic Oath
The Olympic Creed
The Olympic Flame
The Olympic Hymn
The Olympic Medals
The Opening Ceremony Procession Order etc.
LESSON 8.
You’ve worked a lot and now let’s share the information about the Olympic Games.
1. Discuss the following points:
The Olympic Flag
The Olympic Motto
The Olympic Oath
The Olympic Creed
The Olympic Flame
The Olympic Hymn
The Olympic Medals
The Opening Ceremony Procession Order etc.
2. For individual work (at home): prepare a monologue «Sport in my life. My favourite kind of sport».LESSON 9. You’ve worked a lot and now let’s share the information about the Olympic Games.
1. Discuss the following points:
The Olympic Flag
The Olympic Motto
The Olympic Oath
The Olympic Creed
The Olympic Flame
The Olympic Hymn
The Olympic Medals
The Opening Ceremony Procession Order etc.
For individual work (at home): prepare a monologue «Sport in my life. My favourite kind of sport»
LESSON № 10. It’s time to present your monologues «Sport in my life. My favourite kind of sport»!
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