Leisure English - Sports and Recreation - Extreme and Passive Sports

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Individual preferences for passive or extreme sports vary and In this EFLT Direct lesson we discuss some differences between the two. Our English conversation allows the learner to express choices. Pronouns are used with the topic language and vocabulary to create sentences and learners will demonstrate their understanding with role play.

The ideal student will already be able to interact at a basic to intermediate English speaking level. This topic may be studied as a single topic or combined with other topics for broader understanding.

Learners may study it in a group or as an individual learner. EFLT Direct English Training Online will write a topic or course if required. Contact us on courses@efltdirect.com or http://efltdirect.com


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PowerPoint Presentation : Extreme or passive sports, you choose - Pronouns Sports and Recreation Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Intermediate Learner

PowerPoint Presentation : Know Your Goal Now explain the difference between extreme and passive sports. What other words can be used for passive and extreme ? Here are some, can you add more? Light, Aggressive, Active Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Let’s talk about the meaning of “extreme” and “passive” Let’s discuss some potential dangers of participating in extreme sports.

PowerPoint Presentation : Step Ahead Do you think sports play a big part in our world today? Let’s discuss. How would our society be different if sports didn’t exist? What personal qualities do participants in extreme sports require? What personal qualities do participants in passive sports require? Do you have any friends who have been injured when participating in passive sports? Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : Vocabulary Focus Put these words into groups. Jogging Hang gliding Mountain climbing Paragliding Skateboarding Snowboarding Fishing Golf Netball Football Ask your trainer to explain words that you don’t understand. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Extreme Passive Paragliding Golf Skateboarding Netball Fishing Snowboarding Football Jogging Mountain climbing Hang gliding

PowerPoint Presentation : Grammar Focus Remember, a pronoun can replace a noun or another pronoun. For example in a sentence we use pronouns like "he," "which," "none," and "you" to make our sentences less repetitive. Pronouns may be categorized: In this lesson we will look at indefinite pronouns that point to a specific noun. Indefinite pronouns may also refer to a non specific noun. Here are some examples of pronouns that point to a specific noun. all, some, any, several, each, both, few, either, one, another, many, neither Sentence example: All in the lobby must remain seated. Many are planning to attend the games. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Indefinite Pronouns

PowerPoint Presentation : Sentence Builder Construct a sentence by combining the topic vocabulary in this lesson and the indefinite pronouns on the previous slide. You may use either subject or object pronouns. For example: Some of the players on our team are strong, while the others are swift. That’s what makes us a good team. Can you identify the indefinite pronouns in that sentence? Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : Why is that? Because I have time to think and be alone. I’m also not very good at working in teams. I see, well I prefer extreme team sports. It’s more fun for me. Now it’s your turn. Use the language that you have learned in this topic to interact with your classmates. I prefer to play golf on my own over playing basketball with my friends. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Student Interaction Student A Student B

PowerPoint Presentation : Summary Individual preferences for passive or extreme sports vary and today we discussed some differences and allowed the learner to express choices. Pronouns were used with the topic language and vocabulary to create sentences and learners demonstrated their understanding with role play. Copyright (c) 123RF Stock Photos Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

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