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Theme: Interests and hobbies.

Theme: Interests and hobbies.

Interests and hobbies � Course title: ENGLISH LANGUAGE � Time: 80 min � Materials:

Interests and hobbies � Course title: ENGLISH LANGUAGE � Time: 80 min � Materials: Scale Up, Cambridge University press � one stop English. com � Aim: explore the interest and hobbies � Skills to be practiced: listening, speaking, reading, writing � Vocabulary: Interest, hobby, entertainment, personality, career, activity, focus, field, guideline, research, occupation, rank. involve, achieve � Teacher: U. N. Isayeva.

The Technological Map of the Lesson Task/ Activity Warm- up Speaking activity Task 1

The Technological Map of the Lesson Task/ Activity Warm- up Speaking activity Task 1 Speaking activity Task 2 Listening activity Task 3 Task 4 activity Task 5 Procedure Objectives Mode of interaction Time T asks Ss answer the questions To review previous Group-work lesson, to encourage activating grammar material in practice. 10 T asks Ss Focus students’ attention on the post T asks Ss to listen to the record To develop speaking skill Individual 5 To develop Ss listening skill Individual 15 T asks Ss to discuss the question To activating Pair-work knowledge on theme T asks Ss to look at To prepare Ss for the Pair work the columns and find vocabulary based on out the second part of theme. the sentences 5 10

The Technological Map of the Lesson Pre-reading activity Task 6 T asks students to

The Technological Map of the Lesson Pre-reading activity Task 6 T asks students to To prepare Ss to read Individual share their ideas about an article. To practice reported verbs speaking skills. 10 While- reading activity Task 7 Post-reading activity Task 8 T asks Ss to scan the text. T asks Ss to choose the correct answers. To rise up Ss scanning Individual skills. To rise up Ss reading Pair-work skills 5 Conclusion T asks Ss to write the essay concerned to theme To consolidate theme Individual 10 To search an internet material related to theme. To consolidate theme. Individual Writing activity Task 9 Home task 10 Total : 80 min

Definition � Hobby is an activity done regularly in one’s leisure time for pleasure.

Definition � Hobby is an activity done regularly in one’s leisure time for pleasure. � Interest is a feeling of wanting to learn more about something or to be involved in something.

Difference Between Hobby and Interest �Hobby and interest are two words that are often

Difference Between Hobby and Interest �Hobby and interest are two words that are often used together. Thus, many people do not realize the difference between hobby and interest.

Difference Between Hobby and Interest

Difference Between Hobby and Interest

What is an Interest � Interest is a feeling of wanting to know or

What is an Interest � Interest is a feeling of wanting to know or learn about something or someone. If one has a strong interest in some subject, he or she may turn it into a hobby. But an interest is not necessarily a hobby. A person may have many interests, but not all of them are hobbies. However, a hobby is usually driven by an interest. For example, if a person is interested in literature, he or may she read novels. If a person is interested in adventure, he may take up an outdoor hobby such as canoeing, climbing, hunting, etc. � Just because a person is interested in some field or subject, he or she may not pursue it actively. For example, a person may have a passing interest for music. He may listen to music, but may not learn to play a musical instrument or to sing.

What is a Hobby � A hobby is an activity done regularly in one’s

What is a Hobby � A hobby is an activity done regularly in one’s leisure time for pleasure. Hobbies usually include collecting items and objects, playing sports, engaging in creative and artistic pursuits, etc. Some examples of hobbies include collecting stamps, collecting sea-shells, embroidery, fishing, gardening, car restoration, singing, bird watching, hiking, water sports, reading, writing poems and cooking. Hobby involves an active pursuit of an interest. In other words, a hobby always involves an action. � A person can gain a wealth of knowledge and skills by engaging in a hobby for a long period of time. With the advent of technology, some hobbies have grown less popular, and some new hobbies (e. g. video gaming, surfing the internet) have been created.

What is a hobby? A hobby is an activity that a person does in

What is a hobby? A hobby is an activity that a person does in their free time. People have hobbies for pleasure. A person’s hobby is usually connected to what they enjoy. A person who likes to create things with their hands, for example, may want to knit or do woodwork. Collecting, making things and sports are all hobbies. Hobbies often lead to skill, knowledge and experience.

What is an interest? � Interest is a feeling of wanting to know or

What is an interest? � Interest is a feeling of wanting to know or learn about something or someone. If one has a strong interest in some subject, he or she may turn it into a hobby. But an interest is not necessarily a hobby. A person may have many interests, but not all of them are hobbies. However, a hobby is usually driven by an interest. For example, if a person is interested in literature, he or may she read novels. If a person is interested in adventure, he may take up an outdoor hobby such as canoeing, climbing, hunting, etc.

What is an interest? � Interest is a feeling of wanting to know or

What is an interest? � Interest is a feeling of wanting to know or learn about something or someone. If one has a strong interest in some subject, he or she may turn it into a hobby. But an interest is not necessarily a hobby. A person may have many interests, but not all of them are hobbies. However, a hobby is usually driven by an interest. For example, if a person is interested in literature, he or may she read novels. If a person is interested in adventure, he may take up an outdoor hobby such as canoeing, climbing, hunting, etc.

All hobbies can be divided into four main groups

All hobbies can be divided into four main groups

Doing things: � Reading books � Gardening � Growing flowers � Listening to music

Doing things: � Reading books � Gardening � Growing flowers � Listening to music � Drawing � Dancing � Fitness

Making things: Composing music � Writing stories � Designing clothes � Making car models

Making things: Composing music � Writing stories � Designing clothes � Making car models �

Collecting: �Stamps �Books �Videos �Posters, cards �Pens, pencils

Collecting: �Stamps �Books �Videos �Posters, cards �Pens, pencils

Learning things: �Foreign languages �The history of �The problems of �Studying law

Learning things: �Foreign languages �The history of �The problems of �Studying law

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Write your story highlighting an interesting pathway that led you to becoming a student

Write your story highlighting an interesting pathway that led you to becoming a student of this Higher Institution. Share it with your partner. � In the early stages of my teens I found _________ to be exiting and energizing. I used to spend_____ hours each day. Having realized that I had a natural affinity for ________________________________________ � _______________________________________________ � Later, _______________________________ � All in all, __________________________________

� REFLECTION: � 1. What do you think of when you hear the word

� REFLECTION: � 1. What do you think of when you hear the word “hobby”? � __________________________________________ � 2. What hobbies do you have? � __________________________________________ ____ � 3. Do people need hobbies? Why or why not? � __________________________________________ ____ An Interesting Fact: A hobby is also a falcon (a bird) that can be trained to fly at pigeons and partridges. In the Middle Ages, a popular activity was training falcons to fly at other birds. It is believed that this is where the word hobby got its meaning.

Listen to the tape. Follow the instructions of the speaker and fill in the

Listen to the tape. Follow the instructions of the speaker and fill in the chart below.

Work in pairs. Discuss the following questions. a. How can basic interests of a

Work in pairs. Discuss the following questions. a. How can basic interests of a person affect his future career? b. Do you know any famous person who has developed his interests into a professional career?

1. Read the text and match the statements a-e and paragraphs 1 -5. �

1. Read the text and match the statements a-e and paragraphs 1 -5. � � a. He achieved these results by his ability, hard work and study. ____ b. Because he made his interests grow into a real job. c. No interest no progress! ____ d. Here are some outlines of various fields representatives’ first interests and further professional careers. ____ e. That is why developing an interest in time is an essential matter. ____

CROSSWORD PUZZLE - Hobbies

CROSSWORD PUZZLE - Hobbies

LOOK AT THE WORDS IN THE LIST BELOW AND WRITE THEM UNDER THE CORRECT

LOOK AT THE WORDS IN THE LIST BELOW AND WRITE THEM UNDER THE CORRECT PICTURES �reading books �playing paintball �scuba-diving �riding a bike �playing cards �playing tennis �taking photos �playing the guitar �playing checkers �walking

Remove an extra word wind-surfing: board, camera, wetsuit, sail knitting: needles, ropes, wool, patterns

Remove an extra word wind-surfing: board, camera, wetsuit, sail knitting: needles, ropes, wool, patterns rafting: paddles, life-jacket, raft, binoculars fishing: trainers, boat, fishing rod, hooks stamp collecting: album, stamps, magnifying glass, helmet scuba-diving: mask, oxygen tank, life-jacket, flippers rock - climbing: ropes, boots, light clothes, bat painting: palette, canvas, brushes, club skydiving: skis, parachute, gloves, goggles football: shorts, stick, trainers, ball jet-skiing: life jacket, jet ski, flippers, swimming suit

Fill in the correct form of the infinitive or-ing form: 1 I like _______

Fill in the correct form of the infinitive or-ing form: 1 I like _______ (play) tennis. 2 I'd like _______ (play) tennis with you. 3 You must ____ (practise) more if you want to win the race. 4 If a job is worth ______ (do), it’s worth______ (do) it well. 5 You have to _____ (be) courageous if you want ______ (try) rock climbing. 6 Tom agreed_______ (meet) us at the pool. 7 I look forward to_____ (see) you soon. 8 She doesn't mind_____ (get up) early. 9 I'd prefer____ (play) darts rather than play cards. 10 She made me____ (tidy) my room.

Thanks for your attention

Thanks for your attention