Bài giảng môn Anh văn - Unit 14: Recreation

What are these activities about?

playing sports

playing musical instruments

spending time outdoors

 

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6543121. playing snooker 2. swimming3. listening to music4. gardening5.playing football6.watching T.V?RECREATIONUNIT 14RECREATIONREADINGSOURCES OF ENERGYWARMERVOCABULARYWHILE-READINGUNIT 11SOURCES OF ENERGYWARMERVOCABULARYWHILE-READINGUNIT 11WARMERWhat are these activities about?playing sports playing musical instruments spending time outdoors leisure activitiesWhat activities do you think Vietnamese people often do in their spare time?Suggested answersome more ActivitiesYES/ NOActivitiesYES/ NOReadingMeeting friendsWatching TV / videosWatching sportsPlaying sportsListening to musicShoppingSpending time outdoorsSingingPlaying a musical instrumentWhat activities do you think British people often do in their spare time? (discuss)VOCABULARYLeisure/'leʒə/ (n)Undertake / 'ʌndə'teik/ (v)Recreation/,rekri'ei∫n/ (n)Dart /dɑ:t/ (n) (v) : Thời gian rảnh rỗiundertook /,ʌndə'tuk/ - undertaken /,ʌndə'teikn/ snooker /'snu:kə/ (n) (v)spectator /spek'teitə/ (n) : Sự giải trí: Đảm nhận: trò chơi bi da: đưa vào tình thế khó khăn: người xem, khán giả: trò ném phi tiêu: phóng ra Sophisticated /sə'fistikeitid/ (a.):phức tạp Trend /trend/ (n) (v): phương hướng: hướng vềhìnhhìnhRonnie O'Sullivan bricklaying/'brikleiiη/ (n)Stock market /stɔk 'mɑ:kit/ (n)WHILE-READING“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”, goes an English saying. Recreation and entertainment are important to people anywhere in the world. However, forms of popular entertainment are different in different countries.In Britain, the most common leisure activities are home based. Watching television is by far the most popular pastime, and nearly all households have a television set. Over 51 percent of households have two or more television sets and average viewing time for the population aged four and over is 25 hours a week. Other pursuits include listening to music, reading, do-it-yourself home improvements, and gardening.In the last few years in Britain, a new trend has been developing, i.e., taking weekend or holiday courses. There is an enormous range of courses on offer. The course can be as simple as bricklaying or as sophisticated as making your own stock market decisions. For people who are interested in art, there are courses in painting orBritish people are also very interested in watching and taking part in sports. Walking and swimming are the two most popular sporting activities, being almost equally undertaken be men and women. Snookers, pool and darts are the next most popular sports among men. The most popular spectator sports are football and rugby in winter, and cricket and athletics in summer.drawing. People who like music can take a course in karaoke singing. Courses like shoemaking or glass engraving provide people with practical skills they can do with hands. Those who want to improve their minds can take a course of “Living with more meaning”. Entry qualifications to weekend courses are generous, that is, generally no qualifications are necessary, apart from an ability to pay the fees, which may be quite high.	The words/phrases in italics in the following sentences all appear in the passage. Circle the correct answer.Task 1:1.The activities are home based. They are organised ....... A. at home	B. outdoors	C. In the basement of the house.2. Television viewing is by far the most popular pastime. This mean .......A. People have to go very far to watch television.B. television viewing is much more popular than any other pastime.C. television viewing is as popular as other pastime. 3. There are many different courses on offer. This means .......A. there are many different courses on television.B. there are many different courses to be taken.C. there are many different courses that teach people to make offers. 5. Spectator sports are..............A. sports people take part inB. sports people often watchC. beautiful sports. 6. Entry qualifications are ...........A. necessary conditions for being admitted to the course.B. ability to pay the fees.C. entry examinations. 4.Besides watching television, people have other pursuits. This means........ A. besides watching television, people have other leisure activities.B. besides watching television, people have to work.C. besides watching television, people don’t enjoy anything else. 	The words/phrases in italics in the following sentences all appear in the passage. Circle the correct answer.Task 1:1.The activities are home based. They are organised ....... A. at home	3. There are many different courses on offer. This means .......B. there are many different courses to be taken. 2. Television viewing is by far the most popular pastime. This mean..... B. television viewing is much more popular than any other pastime.4.Besides watching television, people have other pursuits. This means........ A. besides watching television, people have other leisure activities.5. Spectator sports are..............B. sports people often watch6. Entry qualifications are ...........A. necessary conditions for being admitted to the course.	The words/phrases in italics in the following sentences all appear in the passage. Circle the correct answer.Task 1:	 Task 2. Answer the questions.Why are recreation and entertainment important to people?What sports do the British like watching? What sports do they like taking part in?Why do many British people take weekend courses?Unit 14: RecreationA. ReadingBecause without them people will become dull/boredFootball and rugby in winter, and cricket and athletics in summerWalking and swimmingThis is a new kind of entertainment. They give them pleasureWork in pairs---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Crossword puzzle1.Watching T.V is by far the most .... pastime2.Over 51 per cent of ... Have two or more television sets.3.Other pursuits include listening to .., reading and gardening.. ..., pool and darts are the next most popular sports among men.5. In the last few years in Britain, a new trend has been developing, i.e, taking weekend or holiday ... .6. For people who are interested in art, the are courses in painting or ... .7. Those who want to improve their minds can take a course of Living with more ........4POPHOUMUSSNOCOUDRAMEANINWINRSEOKESEOULRAHCILDSRSGGCrossword puzzleLucky numbers123456789101112Group AGroup B102030405060708090100102030405060708090100Tổng kếtwatching televisionHomeHomelistening to musicreadingHomegardeningHomewatching sportsHomeplaying sportsHometaking weekend or holiday coursesHomekaraoke singingHomespending time outdoorsHomeLucky numberHomeLucky numberHomeLucky numberHomeGroup A WinnerTæng kÕtGroup BWinnerTæng kÕtUnit 14: RecreationA. ReadingRecreationWhat do the British like doing in their free time ? Watching T.V,listening to music,reading, do-it- yourself home improvements,gardening,watching and takingpart in sports.What about their new trend? Taking weekend or holiday courses:bricklaying, stock market, painting, drawing, karaoke singing, shoemaking, glass engraving,taking a course of “ Living with more meaning”.THANK YOUSEE YOU AGAIN !Phan Thanh Nguyệt AnhTrần Hoài Mai AnhVõ Ngọc DuyTạ Huyền Ngọc GiàuLê Minh HằngBùi Hùng HàoĐinh Thuý Kim HiềnNguyễn Trung Hiếu

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