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Brazil World Cup (Copa do mundo no Brasil)

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  • 1. How many Countries are in the Brazil World Cup? Do you know all of them?
  • 2. Germany (Alemanha)
  • 3. Algeria (Argélia)
  • 4. Brazil (Brasil)
  • 5. Uruguay (Uruguai)
  • 6. Cameroon (Camarões)
  • 7. Ivory Coast (Costa do Marfim)
  • 8. South Korea (Coreia do Sul)
  • 9. Spain (Espanha)
  • 10. United States of America - The U.S.A
  • 11. France (França)
  • 12. Ghana (Gana)
  • 13. Greece (Grécia)
  • 14. Netherlands/ Holland (Holanda)
  • 15. Switzerland (Suiça)
  • 16. Japan (Japão)
  • 17. Italy (Itália)
  • 18. Belgium (Bélgica)
  • 19. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 20. Croatia (Croácia)
  • 21. Colombia
  • 22. Islamic Republic of Iran (Irã)
  • 23. Costa Rica
  • 24. England (Inglaterra)
  • 25. Ecuador (Equador)
  • 26. Russian Federation (Rússia)
  • 27. Football Stadium
  • 28. Football Field Corner Penalty AreaTouch Line Halfway line Penalty mark/ spot Box Goal Line Penalty area marking
  • 29. Flagpost Lawn/ grass
  • 30. Net Post/ Goalpos t Crossbar Soccer Ball Goalkeeper Soccer Player
  • 31. Soccer Player - Uniform Short Soccer T-shirt Team Crest Sock Cleated Shoes/ Soccer Cleats
  • 32. Goalkeeper Uniform Goalkeeper Gloves
  • 33. Soccer Team Atacante – Forward Centroavante – Center Forward, Striker Goleador – Hat-Trick Goleiro – Goalkeeper Lateral Direito – Right Back Líbero – Sweeper Meio-Campista – Midfield, Midfielder Ponta-Direita – Right Wing Ponta-Esquerda – Left Wing Quarto Zagueiro – Left Back Zagueiro – Defender, Back
  • 34. the Bench Substitute Coach/ manager
  • 35. Soccer Actions Throw in Corner Kick
  • 36. Handball Score Wall
  • 37. Shoot/ kick Chest Trap Save
  • 38. Cruzamento – Cross Impedimento – Offside Passar – Pass Tiro Livre – Free Kick
  • 39. Whistle Referee Red card Yellow Card
  • 40. Send Off Linesman Referee Assistant Referee
  • 41. Stand/ Geral Stand Crowd Fan/ Supporter Support/ Root for (torcer) Cheer on, cheer for (torcer dando gritos de incentivo)
  • 42. Commentador/ football commentador Amistoso – Friendly Game Descontos – Injury Time Contra – Against, Versus, “V” Empate – Draw/ Tie Gol Contra – Own Goal Intervalo – Half Time Gol de Empate – Equaliser Partida, Jogo – Match, Game Gol – Goal Prorrogação – Extra Time Morte Súbita, Gol de Ouro – Golden Goal Perder – Lose Vencer – Win
  • 43. 2 X 0 0 X 0 3 X 1 A B Two Nill - Team A win Nil Nil - Tie/ Draw Three One - Team B lose
  • 44. Brazil Team Brazil’s Uniform
  • 45. GoalKeeper (Goleiro) Defender/Back (Zagueiro) Right/Left back (Laterais) Call Up
  • 46. Center Forward/ Striker (volantes) Midfield/ Midfielder (Meias) Forward (Atacante)
  • 47. Word Search Game
  • 48. World Cup: a brief history The competition was created by Frenchman Jules Rimet in 1928, after having taken control of the most important institution in world football: FIFA (Federation International Football Association). Since 1930, when it first took place in Uruguay, the tournament happens every four years. The first World Cup had the participation of only 13 teams that were invited by FIFA without preliminary match, as it happens at present. The Brazil reached the final against Uruguay and a draw would give the title to our country, but the Uruguayan national team beat Brazil 2-1 and became champion.
  • 49. The break from tradition happened only between the years 1942 and 1946 due to the Second World War. With Europe in reconstruction, the 5th World Cup in 1950 took place in Brazil, but the champion was Uruguay. Brazil won its first title in the World Cup eight years later, in 1958, in Sweden where appeared to the world, playing for the Brazilian team, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, Pelé. In 1962, in Chile, the Brazilian team won the cup for the second time. In 1970, in Mexico, Brazil became, for the third time, world champion by beating Italy 4-1. When it becomes a three-times champion, Brazil was in definitive possession of Jules Rimet trophy. After 1970, Brazil stayed 24 years without a title. The victory recurred in 1994 World Cup in the United States.
  • 50. Our national team beat Italy in an exciting penalty match. Four years later, Brazil reaches the final again, but lost the title to the host country: France. Today, the country is proud to be a five-time winner, the most successful World Cup team. So far, 19 World Cup editions have taken place. In 2010, for the first time in history, the World Cup was held in Africa continent, in South Africa. In this 20th edition, 32 teams will compete in 12 host cities.
  • 51. Checking Text Comprehension
  • 52. The Champions of all World Cups • Uruguay = 1930 - 1950 • Italy = 1934 - 1938 - 1982 - 2006 • Germany = 1954 - 1974 - 1990 • Brazil = 1958 - 1962 - 1970 - 1994 - 2002 • England = 1966 • Argentina = 1978 - 1986 • France = 1998 • Spain = 2010
  • 53. World Cups Trophies Jules Rimet
  • 54. 12 Host Cities
  • 55. Beira-Rio Stadium
  • 56. Arena da Baixada Stadium
  • 57. Itaquerão Stadium
  • 58. Maracanã Stadium
  • 59. Mané Garrincha Stadium
  • 60. Mineirão Stadium
  • 61. Arena Pantanal Stadium
  • 62. Arena Pernambuco Stadium
  • 63. Arena das Dunas Stadium
  • 64. Fonte Nova Stadium
  • 65. Castelão Stadium
  • 66. Arena Amazônia Stadium
  • 67. Curiosities about World Cup •The record for goals in a single World Cup is Frenchman Fontaine with 13 goals (scored in the 1958 World Cup). But the overall record of the history of all World Cups is Brazil's Ronaldo with 15 ones; •Brazil is the only country that participated in all World Cups; •The World Cup is the second largest sporting event on the planet.
  • 68. Date Between the 12nd of June ( 13th opening match ) and July 13 ( final match ). Slogan All in one rhythm. It symbolizes the idea of unity of all around football , beyond happiness that the biggest football event represents. Ball Its name is Brazuca. It was chosen through a poll. Adidas will be responsible for making it .
  • 69. The use of technology For the first time in the history of World Cup Football will use technology so that the referee can Know whether or not the ball entered the goal. Tickets On July 19, 2013, FIFA announced that the 2014 World Cup tickets would be sold from August 20th. Values are between R$ 30.00 and R$ 1,980.00. Tickets will be less valuable for students, elderly people and those who are part of the Bolsa Familia program.
  • 70. Match Activity
  • 71. Listening Activity: Song: We are one (Ole Ola) (Feat. Jennifer Lopez & Claudia Leite)