Example student a student b val often goes camping in

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Example: Student A: Student B (Val.) often goes camping in the spring and summer, but she never goes in the fall and winter.
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Page 59 4. Listen to Amy and Natasha talk about the fitness activities their classmates participate in. Match the activity to the student. Careful, some students participate in more than one activity! Part 1 Part 2 Listening CLASSMATES ACTIVITIES Fred Frank Lynda Sammy Peter d. skiing a. badminton b. lacrosse c. golf d. skiing CLASSMATES ACTIVITIES Gary Daniel Alice Lynda Eve e. football a. skating b. swimming c. hockey d. basketball e. football f. water polo
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Page 60 CLASSMATES ACTIVITIES Asha Tom Sandy Amy Natasha d. basketball a. aerobics b. jogging c. swimming d. basketball e. tennis Part 3
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Page 61 Speaking 5.A Group work. Play this bingo game to find out what abilities your classmates have. Write your classmates name in the box. Example: S1: Can you play soccer? S2: Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. play badminton cook vegetarian dishes downhill ski ride horseback 50 words per minute sky-dive jog five km do 25 sit-ups cross-country ski sing karaoke drive a jeep one foot for 2 minutes do aerobics speak Spanish play basketball play a musical instrument do 25 push-ups play tennis walk 10 km walk backwards play football swim dance la salsa paddle a canoe change a flat tire in a straight line
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Page 62 5.B Group work. Play this bingo game to find out what abilities your classmates have. Write your classmates name in the box. Example: S1: Can you play soccer? S2: Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. Reading 6. Games People “Play” 1. 2. 3. volleyball basketball bowling 4. 5. 6. hockey soccer badminton
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Page 63 7. 8. 9. lacrosse water polo baseball 10. 11. 12. football tennis cards 6.A Individual/Pair work. Read the following paragraphs. Can you match them to the correct sport or leisure time illustrations? Write the name of the activity at the beginning of each paragraph. Compare with another class member. Water polo (8) 1. Natasha loves to be in the pool. She plays this sport on a team in a swimming pool against an opposing team. They have a ball and there is a netted goal set up at each end. ________ 2. This is Canada’s favourite sport. You need to be able to skate. You use a stick and a round puck. Daniel has a friend from Rankin Inlet who plays this game professionally. ________ 3. This is the fastest growing team sport in Canada amongst women. You have to kick a ball around the field towards your opponent’s goal. Only the goalie is allowed to use her hands in this game. In Europe this game is called football.
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Page 64 ________ 4. You can play this team sport in the fall. You have to run a lot in this game. Members of the opposing team often jump on you to prevent you from reaching the goal posts. The ball in this game isn’t round.
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