Created on Sat Nov 07 2020 07:52:48 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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Look at the picture and answer the question in the group in an audio. What do sports to do with culture?
This activity was done byChristian, Álvaro (Spain)Rares, Ionut (Romania)Roman, David (Czech Republic)Miguel,Daniel (Portugal)Stefan, Luis,Liam,Nico (GER) ...with the help of Lorena, Diana (RO)Paola, Carla (S)Anastasia, Elena (GER)
My favourite sport
Why is sport so important?
1. Which are their favourite sports?2.What is special about them?
Karate is my favorite sport. I love it so much because it gives me a feeling of happiness that i can't experience with any other sport. Competitions are thrilling and very rewarding in terms of experience. - Miguel Albino
My all-time favourite sport has to be karate. I don't just see it as a sport, but as a whole way of life. It teaches values like respect and self-control, helps you focus, provides a distraction from your problems and, not less importantly, keeps you fit. I've been doing it for 6 years now, and couldn't imagine my life without it. - Daniel Santos
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Romanian Erasmus members talking about her favourite sport
CHALLENGES: Who can beat whom?
Hockey has already been played 4000 years ago but the rules were a bit different. It´s been played in India, Persia, Japan and Greece. Nowadays it is mainly played in the Netherlands, India, Great Britian, Switzerland and Germany. But only 1840 the first Hockey club was founded, it was in London. Since 1908 Hockey is an Olympic sport. Hockey was always played from men and women, it´s one of the few sports where there are equal numbers of men and women since ever. A hockeyball weighs about 160g so it hurts if you get a ball in your face.
Hockey was played 4000 years ago but the rules were a bit different. It´s been played in India, Persia, Japan and Greece. Nowadays it is mainly played in the Netherlands, India, Great Britain, Switzerland and Germany. But it was 1840 before the first hockey club was founded in London. Since 1908 hockey has been an Olympic sport. Hockey was always played by men and women. It´s one of the few sports where there have always been equal numbers of men and women. A hockey ball weighs about 160g, so it hurts if you get a ball in your face.
On the picture you can see a goal it is 3.66m long and 2.14 high. In the goal there´s a goalkeeper in his full kit.
This is the striking area. It´s the dotted line you can shoot at the goal from.
This is a short corner. It starts on the external line. Look at a video of a short corner!https://youtu.be/WA9mjqGcNi4
This is the edge of the field – if the ball gets over this line, the other team gets the ball. Nobody is allowed to attack until the ball is rolling again
What do you need for that sport?- racket- shuttlecock
Did you know that......Badminton is the 2nd most popular sport in the world. When badminton was first included in the Olympics in 1992, 1.1 billion people watched the badminton competition on television. ...The shortest badminton match ever recorded was at the 1996 Uber Cup in Hong Kong, which lasted all of six minutes! Ra Kyung-min (South Korea) crushed Julia Mann (England) 11-2, 11-1 in that match. ...A game called Ti Zian Ji was played by the Chinese originally, which is the forerunner of badminton. In this sport where the players used their feet instead of racquets to hit the shuttlecock! The game is still played in China!
Rules- It's similar to shuttlecock- You must not hit the net
ScoringEach game is played to 21 points, with players scoring a point whenever they win a rally regardless of whether they served
How did badminton get its name?Badminton takes its name from Badminton House – the home of the Duke of Beaufort in the English county of Gloucestershire. In 1873, the Duke is credited with bringing a version of the game – Poona - back from India and introducing it to his guests.
Czech ice hockey- Ice hockey is the most popular and watched sport in Czech Republic.- Biggest achievement for Czech ice hockey was gold medal in Olympic games in Nagano in 1998.- Czechia won World Cup 12 times