Notes for teachers are available below each slide in the notes area. Olympics 2012. A Languages and Science Project. Jo Rhys-Jones, June 2011. The 2012 Olympic Games will be held in. London (and around the UK) http://www.olympic.org/london-2012-summer-olympics. la natation le tir à l’arc
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A Languages and Science Project
Jo Rhys-Jones, June 2011
London (and around the UK)
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le catch205 nations are expected to take part in 26 sports:
Image by (Felipe Menegaz) licensed under theCreative CommonsAttribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unportedlicense.
l’Afriquel’Amérique l’Europe l’Asie l’Océanie
Link to interactive map of the 205 nation members of the Olympic committee: http://www.olympic.org/national-olympic-committees
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
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.
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?
(such as the previous slides) you can get extra points for your nation.
Bon pour la santé: