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UNIT 12 WATER SPORTS READING 2 LATEST pps


WARM UP

Guessing


Guessing

Who is this?

GO A L I E


Guessing

Where is it?

POO L


Guessing


What is it?

NE T


Goalie
Pool
Net

WATER POLO


1. Warm up
2. New lesson

II. While reading
Read the passage on page 129 and
do some tasks that follow
 Task 2:Find out which paragraph
 Task 3:True or False

III. Post reading


1. Warm up
2. New lesson


1. Warm up
2. New lesson

II. While reading


Task 2: Read the passage and find out which paragraph contains
the information …
Paragraph

1. Where to play water polo
2. Major fouls
3. An overtime period
4. Color of the home team’s cap
5. Size of the pool
6. A free throw
7. Time of a quarter
8. Number of players per team
9. How to advance the ball
10. Holding the ball with both hands
11. Minor fouls

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Task 2: Read the passage and find out which paragraph contains
the information …
Paragraph

1. Where to play water polo

_________
P1

Paragraph 1
Water polo is played in a pool 1.8 metres deep, 30 metres long and 20
metres wide, with a goal 3 metres high and at least 0.9 metres above the
water .The goal is marked by vertical posts , a crossbar and a net.


Task 2: Read the passage and find out which paragraph contains
the information …
Paragraph

1. Where to play water polo
2. Major fouls
3. An overtime period
4. Color of the home team’s cap
5. Size of the pool
6. A free throw
7. Time of a quarter
8. Number of players per team
9. How to advance the ball
10. Holding the ball with both hands
11. Minor fouls

_________
P1
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________


Task 2: Read the passage and find out which paragraph contains
the information …
Paragraph

1. Where to play water polo
2. Major fouls
3. An overtime period
4. Color of the home team’s cap
5. Size of the pool
6. A free throw
7. Time of a quarter
8. Number of players per team
9. How to advance the ball
10. Holding the ball with both hands
11. Minor fouls

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P1
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P4
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P6
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P2
_________
P1
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P5
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P6
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P2
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P3
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P3
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P5




Task 2: Read the passage and find out which paragraph contains
the information …

1. Where to play water polo Paragraph 1

Paragraph 4
2. Major fouls
Paragraph 6
3. An overtime period
Paragraph 2
4. Color of the home
team’s cap 1
Paragraph
5. Size of the pool
Paragraph 5
6. A free throw
Paragraph 6
7. Time of a quarter
Paragraph 2
8. Number of players per team
Paragraph 3
9. How to advance the ball
Paragraph 3
10. Holding the ball
with both5 hands
Paragraph
11. Minor fouls


1. Warm up
2. New lesson

II.While reading

Task 2


Task 3: Decide whether the following statements are True (T) or
False (F). If they are FALSE, please CORRECT them.
Statements
1. The number of players per team is seven, six swimmers
and a goalie.
2. The visiting team wears white caps.
3. When the game starts, the ball is in the centre of the
pool.
4. No player except the defensive player can hold the ball
with both hands.
5. A player is ejected after committing four personal fouls.
6. A free throw is awarded for minor fouls, such as
holding or punching the ball.
7. After a tie, two teams will play two overtime periods of
five minutes each.

True False


F

Example:
Water polo is played in a pool 0.9
1.8
metres deep.
Paragraph 1 line 1
Water polo is played in a pool 1.8 metres deep, 30 metres long and 20
metres wide, with a goal 3 metres high and at least 0.9 metres above the
water .The goal is marked by vertical posts , a crossbar and a net.


Statements
1. The number of players per team is seven, six
swimmers and a goalie.
2. The visiting team wears white caps.
3. When the game starts, the ball is in the centre of the
pool.
4. No player except the defensive player can hold the
ball with both hands.
5. A player is ejected after committing four personal
fouls.
6. A free throw is awarded for minor fouls, such as
holding or punching the ball.
7. After a tie, two teams will play two overtime
periods of five minutes each.

True False


T
1. The number of players per team is
seven, six swimmers and a goalie.

Paragraph 2 line 1
There are seven players per team, six swimmers and a goalie. The
home team wears white caps , the visiting team blue ones and the
goalies wear red caps with the number 1 in white.


F
2. The visiting team wears
white caps.
blue

Paragraph 2 line 2
There are seven players per team, six swimmers and a goalie. The
home team wears white caps , the visiting team blue ones and the
goalies wear red caps with the number 1 in white.


T
3. When the game starts, the ball is in
the centre of the pool.

Paragraph 3 line 1
Like football, the game begins with the ball in the centre of the pool
and both teams sprint for it from their own goal lines. The ball can be
advanced by passing with one hand or swimming with the head above
the water and the ball between the arms so it rides on the wave created
by the swimmer’s head. No player except the goalie can hold the ball
with both hands.


goalie

F

4. No player except the defensive player
can hold the ball with both hands.

Paragraph 3 line 5,6
Like football, the game begins with the ball in the centre of the pool
and both teams sprint for it from their own goal lines. The ball can be
advanced by passing with one hand or swimming with the head above
the water and the ball between the arms so it rides on the wave created
by the swimmer’s head. No player except the goalie can hold the ball
with both hands.


F
5. A player is ejected after committing
four personal fouls.

five

Paragraph 4 line 3, 4
Defensive players are not allowed to interfere with the opponent’s
movements unless the player is holding the ball. Major fouls are
penalized by one minute in the penalty box and a player is ejected after
committing five personal fouls.


T
6. A free throw is awarded for minor
fouls, such as holding or punching the
ball.

Paragraph 5 line 1, 2
For minor fouls, such as holding or punching the ball, a free throw is
awarded from the spot of the foul. At least two players must touch the
ball after a free throw before a goal can be scored .
.


F
7. After a tie, two teams will play two
overtime periods of five minutes each.

three
Paragraph 6 line 2,3

A game is divided into quarters ranging from five to eight minutes in
length. After a tie, there are two overtime periods of three minutes
each. If the game is still tied after the overtime periods, two teams
continue to play 3- minute overtime until the referee’s decision is made.


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