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Цели: учить обучающихся быстро отвечать на вопросы по истории Олимпийских игр, о спортивных достижениях России, о национальных видах спорта Великобритании и США. Развивать умение аудирования и говорения. Воспитывать чувство патриотизма, организованности, трудолюбия.

Оборудование: фотографии российских спортсменов, раз­личных видов спорта, фотографии Олимпийских игр в различных странах.

Ход занятия

I. Оргмомент.

Teacher: Dear friends! You are fond of sport: watching sport competitions on TV or going in for different kinds of sport. So, today we are going to have a lesson devoted to sport. It is a sports quiz con­sisting of 3 rounds. The topics of them are "The History of the Olympic Games", "The Olympic Champions of my country", "National sports of "Great Britain and the USA". Every round will have its winner. So, we'll have 3 winners today. To be a winner you must answer my questions very quickly and correctly. If you have the most correct answers, you'll be a winner. Be attentive and polite. Don't shout out your answers. Rise your hands, please.

П. Речевая зарядка.

Teacher: Will you repeat after me, please: Football, Tennis, Gymnastics, Swimming, Hockey, Boxing, Judo, Figure-Skating, Horse racing, Biathlon, Snowboarding, Motor-car racing, Windsurfing, Mountain climbing.

Answer the questions: What sports do you go in for? What sports do you prefer watching?

III. Проведение викторины.

Teacher: Now, let's start with our first round “The History of the Olympic Games”.

1.When and where did the Olympic games begin? (In 777 ВС in Ancient Greece.)

2. In what way did they take place? (They took place every 4years nearly 12 centuries at Olympia including many sports: running, boxing, wrestling. All cities in Greece sent their best sportsmen to Olympia.)

3. Why did the Olympic Games become the symbol of peace and friendship? (For the period of games all the wars stopped.)

  1. Who prohibited the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece and
    when? (The Roman emperor in 393.)

  2. Who revived the Modern Olympic Games? (The French archeologist Pierre de Coubertin.)

  3. When and where did the first Olympic Games take place? (In Athens, 1896.)

  4. What is the central policy-making body of the Olympic move­ment? (The International Olympic Comitee.)

  5. What questions does it decide? (The programme of the games, the number of the participants and the city-host for the Games.)

  6. What is necessary besides sports competitions for the Olympic Games? (A cultural programme of concerts, exhibitions, festivals.)

  1. When did Russia join the Olympic movement? (In 1952.)

  2. Where did Olympic Games take place in our country and when? (The 22nd Olympic Games took place in Moscow in 1980.)

12. What can you see on the Olympic flag? (The Olympic flag has 5 coloured interlaced rings, representing the 5 parts of the world on
a white background.)

  1. What do you know about the Olympic flame? (The Olympic torch is carried from Olympia by torch bearers through different countries to the host city. At the opening ceremony the Olympic flame is lit to burn till the end of the Games.)

14. What does the Olympic motto mean? (The motto of theOlympic Games is "Citius, Altius, Fortius"- Faster, Higher, Stronger.)

Teacher: Thank you for your answers. Our winner of the first round is ... as he (she) has .... correct answers. Let's start our second round "The Olympic Champions of my country".

  1. Boxing (Vladimir Safronov - the 1st Soviet Olympic Champion, Valery Popenchenko - the best boxer Tokio-64, Boris Lagutin - 2-time Oympic Champion, Oleg Saitov - 2-time Olympic Champion, Gaidarbek Gaidarbekov, Alexandr Povetkin, Alexey Tishchenko).

  2. Cycling (Vyacheslav Ekimov - 2-time Olympic Champion, Mikhail Ignatyev, Olga Slusareva).

  3. Free exercises (Alina Kabaeva, 0. Belugina, T. Kurbakova, N. Lavrova, E. Murzina, E. Posenina, O. Glatskin - 2004).

  1. Greek-Rome Fighting (Aleksandr Karelin, hero of Russia, 3-times Olympic Champion, Khasan Baroev, Aleksei Mishin).

  2. Field and Track (Victor Saneyev - 3-times Olympic Champion in jumping; Vladimir Kuz, outstanding runner, Olympic Champion 56; Yuri Borzakovski, Olympic Champion 2004; Volgograd jumpers Elena Ishimbaeva, Tatyana Lebedeva, Elena Slesarenko, Olympic Champions 2004).

  1. Fencing (Pavel Koiobkov, Olympic Champion 2000; Elena Novikova got 2 gold medals, Olympic Champion 68).

  2. Figure-Siting (Irina Rodnina, 3-times Olympic Champion; Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze, Olympic Champions 2002; Aleksei Yagudin; Nikolai anin-Kolomenkin was the 1st Russian Olympic Champion 1908 in London).

We have a tradition of gold medalists in Pair-skating: Irina Rod­nina and Aleksandr Zaitsev, Natalia Bestemyanova and Andrei Bukin, Oksana Gritscrruk and Evgeni Platov, Irina Moisceva and Andrei Minenkov, Marina Klimova and Sergei Ponomarenko

  1. Gymnastics (Victor Chukarin, 2-times Absolute Champion; Larisa Latynina, 2-times Absolute Champion; Elena Shushunova and Vladimir Arteniov - Absolute Champions 88; Aleksei Nemov, the best gymnast of the planet 2000, 4-times Olympic Champion; Svetlana Khorkina, 2-times Olympic champion; Olga Korbut, a gymnast star at the Munich Olympic Games, got 3 gold medals).

  2. Swimming (Vladirnir Salnikov, 2-times Olympic Champion; Aleksandr Popov, 4-times Оlympic Champion).

10. Synchronized Swimming (Anastasia Qavydova, 2-times
Olympic Champion; Maria Kiseleva, 2-times Olympic Champion; Olga Brushkina, 3-tirrjeg Olympic Chainpion; Anastasia.. Ermakova, Elena Azarova, Elvira Khasyanova, OlgaNovoktszhenova, Anna Shorina).

  1. Weight-lifting (Ajeksei Medvedev, 3-timaes Olympic Champion; Yuri Vlasov, the best sportsman of the Rome Olympic Games 1960, set 3 world records; Dmitri Berestov, Olympic Champion 2004).

  2. Hockey (Vyacheslav Fetisov, 2-times Olympic Champion, hockey star of the world; Vladislav Tretyak, 3-times Olympic Cham­pion).

13. Hand-ball (Andrei Lavrov, 3-time Olympic Champion).

14Shooting (Aleksei Alipov, Lubov Galkina, Mikhail Nestruev).

15.Skiing (Lubov Egorova, 2-time Olympic Champion).

Teacher: Thank you for your answers. Our winner in this round is... Let's start our third round "National sports of Great Britain and the USA".

  1. Which is the most popular game in Great Britain and in the
    world? (Association football / Soccer.)

  2. When was the word "football" mentioned for the 1st time? (In
    an English monk's Chronicle in 1175.)

  3. Which is the biggest football club in the world? ("Manchester
    United", England.)

  4. This is a summer national English sport, played by two teams
    of 11 men. (Cricket.)

  5. The ball in this game looks as though someone sat on it.

  6. What kind of sport is Derby connected with? (Horse racing.)

7. What kind of sport is Wimbledon connected with? (This is a place where All-England and International Tennis championships are held.)

  1. What is a "walking" game in Britain? (Golf.)

  2. What sports are favourite in America? (Baseball, Basketball, American Football, Soccer, Tennis.)

  1. When and where was basketball invented? (It was invented by a teacher at a sports school in Springfield, USA in 1891.)

  2. What is the origin of the American football? (It is a direct de­scendant of rugby which is itself a descendant of folk, football, that was played across Europe in the Middle ages.)

  3. What is baseball? (National game of the USA, played with a bat and ball, by two teams of 9 players each on a field with 4 bases.)

  4. What do cheerleaders do for basketball and American foot­ ball? (They wear the team colours, sing and dance during the games.)

  5. What do Americans like eating at sport games? (hot dogs.)

Teacher: Thank you. Our winner in the third round is …This is the end of our sports quiz and we have 3 winners. They are awarded special medals of winners. Thank you for your active participation. Good luck.

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