Module 1 leisure activities

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Module 1 leisure activities

  1. 1. Module 1: Leisure and lifestyle Leisure activities
  2. 2. What do you do in your leisure time?  I often surf the Internet.  I sometimes play sports.  I like playing chess in the evening.
  3. 3. Match the phrase/word with the correctpicture a. Surfing the Internet b. Playing the guitar c. Skateboarding Picture 2 d. Playing football e. Skiing g. Jumping i. Rollerblading Picture 4 h. Swimming i. Running/ Going for a run
  4. 4.  Discuss the following questions in pairs or small groups. - Which of these things do you enjoy? - Which of these don’t you enjoy? - What else do you do in your free time?
  5. 5. Listening   Listen tovideo games a survey of leisure 11% Playing the results of  activities among peoplegym sixteen to thirty Going for a run/to the aged 28%  and completecinema Going to the the missing information on page 7. 46%  Renting a video/DVD 40%  Reading a newspaper/ magazine 100%  Going for a walk 93%  Going to a restaurant 64%  Listening to the radio 71%  Playing a musical instrument 8%
  6. 6. Speaking According to the survey, which activities are the most/least popular? Which results are surprising/different from your country?
  7. 7. Complete the diagram with the words/phrases belowthe cinema, run, a restaurant, volleyball, a yoga class, walk, clubbing, a football match, skiing, the guitar, yoga, football, snowboarding, exercise Go to Go + -ing the gym swimming the cinema clubbing Play a restaurant skiing video games a yoga class snowboarding volleyball a football match the guitar Go for a Do football run yoga walk exercise
  8. 8. Homework: write a short paragraph (about 120words) about your leisure activities andsubmit it via thuhuonganha42tue@gmail.com Use the Present simple tense Use correct phrases of leisure activities (go for a walk, go to the park, play the piano, …) Use adverbs of frequency (often, usually, …) Use phrases of time (in the morning, at the weekend, …)

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