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Unit 9
5 • Sports and society

Spirit in motion
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Is sport the best means for integration, overcoming differences and creating equality?



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Promotional poster of the British Paralympic Team, 2016.

Toolbox

Toolbox
  • disabled /dɪˈsɛɪbəld/ (adj.) / disable (v.)
  • inspiring /ɪnˈspaɪərɪŋ/ (adj.)
  • paraplegic (adj.)
  • proud / fierce look (exp.)
  • competition / sporting event (n.)
  • Paralympic athletes /ˈæθˌliːt/ (n.)
  • posthetic /ˌprɒsˈθɛtɪk/ leg (n.)
  • wheelchair (n.)

Get ready!

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1
Look at the
vocabulary boxes below
.
a. For each box, select a title from the following list: places, competition, athletes, sports values, commitment, sports.

b. Add the words from the toolbox into the vocabulary boxes and add more words for each category.

2
Look at the picture.
a. Who are the characters? What strikes you?

b. Read the slogan. What do you understand?

c. What is the effect produced by this poster?
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3
Discuss the brainstorming questions below.

4
IDIOM
Read the idiom of the week below. Use the picture and the note to rephrase it in your own words.

Let's learn!

Team competition!

  • Select five words from the vocabulary boxes and write a short definition.
  • Switch the definitions with your classmates and guess the words.


Runners

IDIOM of the week!


To be on the home stretch



This is a reference to the part of the racing track before the finish line. When you‘re on the home stretch, you are reaching the end of a competition, a project or a long activity.

Brainstorming question

1
What are the Paralympic events?

Brainstorming question

2
Which Paralympic athletes do you know?

Brainstorming question

3
Can sport help people to feel better integrated in our society?

Integration through sports

Integration through sports


1
  • emblem (n.)
  • national anthem /ˈænθəm/ (n.)
  • Oympic Games (n.)
  • opening ceremony (n.)
  • paralympics /ˌpærəˈlɪmpɪks/ (n.)
  • be present at / attend (v.)
  • hold a competition (v.)

2
  • athlete (n.)
  • competitor (n.)
  • physical disabilities (n.)
  • supporter (n.)
  • team (n.)

3
  • archery /ˈɑːrtʃərɪ/ (n.)
  • indoor rowing (n.)
  • powerlifting (n.)
  • road cycling (n.)
  • sitting volleyball (n.)
  • wheelchair basketball (n.)
  • wheelchair football (n.)
  • wheelchair rugby (n.)

4
  • fair play
  • hard work (exp.)
  • overcome obstacles (exp.)
  • team spirit (exp.)
  • bravery / courage (n.)
  • determination (n.)
  • performance (n.)
  • achieve / accomplish (v.)

5
  • field of play (n.)
  • football field / pitch (n.)
  • home country (n.)
  • pool (n.)
  • (in a) stadium (n.)
  • track (n.)

6
  • eloquent /ˈɛləkwənt/ (adj.)
  • deliver a speech (v.)
  • denounce (v.)
  • spokesperson (n.)
  • strive for /ˈstraɪv/ (v.)
  • struggle / fight for (v.)
  • support ≠ oppose sth (v.)
  • be involved (v.)

On your way to the task - Step 1


Podcast about the next Paralympics.

Step 2


Post a comment to share your reaction.

Step 3


Choose the next cover of a magazine.

Your final project


Share your opinion to the world on disabled athletes.
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