Presented by: Ts. Gantuya
At the end of these lesson  students will know about  Mongolian and Japanese    national sports and      compare them
Mongolia wrestling is one the three   "manly"  sports  but actually there are four types of sports and these are not truly...
•   Mongolia wrestling    tournaments have 9 or    10 rounds depending on    the number of 512 or    1024 wrestlers regist...
•   Archery was an    inseparable part of    Mongolia. History    ever since it was    invented some    20000 years ago.  ...
Asashoryu Dagvadorj•   He was the 68th yokozuna in    the history of the sport in    Japan and became the first    Mongoli...
• The wrestling ring is a raised clay platform with bales of straw half buried in the clay to outline the circular ring. W...
Six tournaments are held every year, each onelasting 15 days. Three of the tournaments areheld in Tokyo (January, May, Sep...
At the top of the sumo wrestlershierarchy (banzuke) stands theyokozuna (grand champion). At themoment, there is only one y...
Horse racing•   Children from the    ages of 5 to 13    are chosen as    jockeys and the    race tests the    horses skill...
Sumo clothes•   In sumo, a    mawashi “Japanese”    is the belt that the    rikishi “sumos    wrestler” wears    during tr...
Champion of Mongolia•   Bat-Erdene is    widely regarded in    Mongolia as one    of the successful.    Between 1988-    1...
Wrestling costume•   The traditional    wrestling costume    consist of red    waisecoat open in    the front called a    ...
Using present simple,past simple all forms      of verb
To write composition about    my favourite sport
We have studied comparingmongolian and japanese national           sports
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  1. 1. Presented by: Ts. Gantuya
  2. 2. At the end of these lesson students will know about Mongolian and Japanese national sports and compare them
  3. 3. Mongolia wrestling is one the three   "manly"  sports  but actually there are four types of sports and these are not truly manly except the wrestling.    They are wrestling, horse racing,  archery and "shagai", here sheep  ankle bones serve as target.
  4. 4. • Mongolia wrestling tournaments have 9 or 10 rounds depending on the number of 512 or 1024 wrestlers registred for the compotition that year. If the wrestler wins 5 rounds , he will be awarded title “nachin” 6 rounds “hartsaga” 7 rounds zaan”elephant”8 rounds garuda, 9 rounds arslan”lion” and 10 rounds awarga”Titan”
  5. 5. • Archery was an inseparable part of Mongolia. History ever since it was invented some 20000 years ago. Today we use 60- 72 gram arrows and this is ten times heavier than those needed for distant shooting.
  6. 6. Asashoryu Dagvadorj• He was the 68th yokozuna in the history of the sport in Japan and became the first Mongolian to reach sumos highest rank in January in 2003. He was one of most successful yokazuna ever. He won 25 top division tournaments championship, placing him third on the all time list.
  7. 7. • The wrestling ring is a raised clay platform with bales of straw half buried in the clay to outline the circular ring. Wrestlers wear only a thick belt which can be grasped by the opponent and used to lever the wearer out of the ring.
  8. 8. Six tournaments are held every year, each onelasting 15 days. Three of the tournaments areheld in Tokyo (January, May, September), andone each in Osaka (March), Nagoya (July) andFukuoka (November).
  9. 9. At the top of the sumo wrestlershierarchy (banzuke) stands theyokozuna (grand champion). At themoment, there is only one yokozuna,Asashoryu from Mongolia. Once awrestler reaches the rank ofyokozuna, he cannot lose it anymore.However, he is expected to retire assoon as his results are starting toworsen.
  10. 10. Horse racing• Children from the ages of 5 to 13 are chosen as jockeys and the race tests the horses skill and riders. The horse races are broken down into six categories based on the age of the horses.
  11. 11. Sumo clothes• In sumo, a mawashi “Japanese” is the belt that the rikishi “sumos wrestler” wears during training or in compotition. Rikishi, it is made of silk and comes and variety of colors.
  12. 12. Champion of Mongolia• Bat-Erdene is widely regarded in Mongolia as one of the successful. Between 1988- 1999, he has in total won 11 national level tournaments in the Naadam.
  13. 13. Wrestling costume• The traditional wrestling costume consist of red waisecoat open in the front called a “zodog “ blue wrestling trunks called “shuudag” and high boots “gutul”
  14. 14. Using present simple,past simple all forms of verb
  15. 15. To write composition about my favourite sport
  16. 16. We have studied comparingmongolian and japanese national sports
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