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Do you like rugby?
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Mission 2


Do you like rugby?


Did you know?

1. Rugby comes from Australia.
2. First, was rugby the name of , or .
3. Rugby is an international sport.
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Guess what?

1
Look at the picture. Why do the All Blacks do this dance before each match? Tick the correct answers.













2
Watch the video and pick out all the words you can hear.



























3
The first sentence is “One boy breaks a rule, creates a game, becomes a legend.” Fill in the text to complete the story.

At first, we can see pupils playing (sport). William Webb Ellis (verb) the rules of this sport, taking the ball in his (part of the body). This is the birth of a new sport: (sport).

4
Watch the video again. Spot the names of the cities hosting the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

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5
Match the two parts of the questions.

    How often
    Which club
    Where
    Do you
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    What team do you support?

    1
    Listen to the recording and write the correct answers.
    What team do you support?

    a) The emblem of South Africa is (the springbok / the silver fern / the eagle).
    b) The emblem of the All Blacks is (the red rose / the silver fern / the black bird).
    c) Ayanda’s favourite player is (Dan Carter / Warren Whiteley / Scott Spedding).
    d) Josh’s favourite player is (Camille Lopez / Dan Carter / Beauden Barret).
    e) Eileen and Mark are playing (football / basketball / rugby).

    2
    Listen again and briefly recap the situation saying who, what and where.

    Who is talking? Where are they? What is their conversation about?
    What team do you support?
    Josh’s and Ayanda’s favourite teams?
    Adjectives you hear:


    3
    Do you have a favourite sportsman (or sportswoman)? Print his / her picture and present him/her to the class.
    💡 Tip: Man: subject he and possessive adjective his. Woman: subject she and possessive adjective her.

    Name: Nationality:
    Date of birth: Job: 
    Reason why you like him / her: 
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    Are you a rugby fan?

    1
    Complete the names of the emblems. Then, match the emblems to the corresponding country. 
    Leaf /liːf/: flat, green part of a tree.
    Rooster /ˈruːstə/: male chicken.


    a
    b
    c
    d
    e
    f

    a) Shk - b) Eae - c) Rd Re -
    d) Rooster
    -
    e) Maple Leaf
    -
    f) Silver Fern


    New Zealand
    France
    England
    Ireland
    Canada
    USA


    2
    Find the worldwide ranking table for men’s rugby teams.

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
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    Phonology

    La prononciation de DO

    Listen

    Listen: What do you want to do this afternoon?

    Réfléchis : Repère les mots identiques. Est-ce qu’ils se prononcent de la même façon ?

    Repeat

    Répète : Do you practise any sport? Do you do any exercise?
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    Grammar

    Les deux types de questions

    Observe : 1. Do you like sports? 2. How often do you play rugby?

    Réfléchis : À quelle question répond-on par oui ou non (question fermée) ? ou
    À quelle question répond-on par une fréquence (question ouverte) ? ou

    Conclus : En anglais, les questions fermées commencent généralement par . Les questions ouvertes peuvent commencer par what, who, where, when, why ou encore .
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    Mission 2

    1
    I should...









    2
    I must interview...









    3
    Choose your level:









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