Presentation on theme: "A Languages and Science Project Notes for teachers are available below each slide in the notes area Jo Rhys-Jones, June 2011."— Presentation transcript:
A Languages and Science Project Notes for teachers are available below each slide in the notes area Jo Rhys-Jones, June 2011
The 2012 Olympic Games will be held in London (and around the UK)
205 nations are expected to take part in 26 sports: la natation le tir à l’arc l’athlétisme le badminton le basketball la boxe le canoë-kayak le cyclisme l’équitation l’escrime le foot la gymnastique le handball le hockey le judo le pentathlon l’aviron la voile le tir le tennis de table le taekwondo le tennis le triathlon le volley la haltérophilie le catch
Here they are in English: Aquatics Archery Athletics Badminton Basketball Boxing Canoe and Kayak Cycling Equestrian Fencing Football Gymnastics Handball Hockey Judo Modern Pentathlon Rowing Sailing Shooting Table Tennis Taekwondo Tennis Triathlon Volleyball Weightlifting Wrestling
l’Afrique l’Amérique l’Europe l’Asie l’Océanie Link to interactive map of the 205 nation members of the Olympic committee: Image by (Felipe Menegaz) licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.Felipe MenegazCreative CommonsAttribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
And we are going to learn about it in French!
In French we will learn.. Numbers – to record times & distances Countries – who is taking part? Colours- for each nations flags Foods – that keep athletes healthy Exercises – that keep athletes fit
Your first medal challenge: Each person in the class will be given a different nation to support. Great Britain will be supported by your class teacher. Now find and draw the national flag for the country you will start with.
Your next medal challenge When is your nation’s first event? What sport is it? What language is spoken in your chosen country? How do you say ‘hello’ in that language?
How do the medals work? If an athlete from your adopted nation wins a gold, silver or bronze medal in any event, you get 3, 2 or 1 points. By completing a ‘medal challenge’ (such as the previous slides) you can get extra points for your nation. Your class will need to keep a chart to track each nations medals/points.
la tête la main le bras la jambe le pied les cheveux l’épaule le dos le coude le genou