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Are you fond of sports?
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Mission 1


Are you fond of sports?


Compétence

Écrire et réagir à l'écrit : j'écris pour raconter et décrire.

Did you know?

The first modern Olympic Games took place in 1896 and were launched by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, a Frenchman. Nowadays, more than 200 nations participate. Can you name famous cities where the Olympic Games were organised?

Exercice 1 : Ready, steady, go!

1
Brainstorm about sports.



2
Do you practise any sport? How often? Use frequency adverbs. See Treasure trove.



3
Watch and pick out words about health. You can create a word cloud.



4
Do you agree with her? Is sport important to be healthy?




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Exercice 2 : Quiz time!

1
Do the quiz.



2
Quiz your partner (2 points for each correct answer).



3
Survey your classmates’ sport habits. Then, report to the class.



4
Challenge the other groups.



Quiz time

1. The ball for basketball is:
□ Round   □ Oval   □ Cubic
2. How many players are there in a volleyball team? 
□ 5   □ 6   □ 7
3. Can you play football with your hands? 
□ Yes   □ No
4. Which sport does Novak Djokovic practise?
□ Volleyball   □ Tennis   □ Swimming
5. In which country did the Olympic Games take place in 2016?
□ France   □ England   □ Brazil
6. Which medal doesn’t exist?
□ Gold   □ Copper   □ Silver   □ Bronze

Score
If you have less than 6 points, you don’t really like sports.
If you have between 6 and 8 points, sport must be one of your hobbies.
If you have more than 8 points, sport is definitely one of your passions.

Exercice 3 : Fair play

1
Anticipate the conversation from the illustration.



2
Listen and sum up the situation. You can create a mind map.



3
How does the teacher feel?



4
When you practise a sport, do you always follow the rules?



5
Roleplay a scene between a physical education teacher and a disobedient pupil.
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Fair play

Fair play

Fair play

Phonology

Pronounce "should" and "shouldn't"

Listen

You shouldn’t talk while eating! You should stop shouting.

Murmur

Murmur: Should you eat good food? You shouldn’t eat junk food!

Grammar

Orders and advice

Observe: You mustn’t push other players. You should keep calm. You can’t run with the ball. You shouldn’t shout so loud.

Think: Which sentences give orders? Make suggestions?

Practise: Give advice and orders to a classmate on how to play fair.


Don’t kick the player!

Don’t kick the player!

Design a flyer

Use Canva and design a flyer with the fair play rules.

How far can you go?

A1 I can give rules with the imperative.
A1+ I can use a variety of expressions.
A2 I can justify the rules with basic link words.
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