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Animalympics. Learning Objectives. [ All] Will explore and compare athletic differences between humans and animals. [Most] Will debate findings and award medals to the most deserving animals. [Some] Will design their own gold medal winning animal based on adaptations. Discuss.

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learning objectives
Learning Objectives
  • [All] Will explore and compare athletic differences between humans and animals.
  • [Most] Will debate findings and award medals to the most deserving animals.
  • [Some] Will design their own gold medal winning animal based on adaptations.
discuss
Discuss
  • In pairs, decide which of the following is the most important when competing in a sporting event:
  • Speed
  • Distance
  • Strength
  • Endurance
  • Skill
  • How did you choose?
welcome to the animalympics
Welcome to the Animalympics!

You have been chosen to compete in the Animalympicsby finding or designing an animal that would beat a record-breaking human in a race.

Your animal must belong to the same category as the human:

Land, Sea or Air.

Fill in your contender card with your chosen animal, as illustrated on the following slides.

In groups, you will then be asked to decide which animal in your category deserves a gold, silver or bronze medal.

Good luck!

the contender card if you are using an actual animal
The contender card(if you are using an actual animal)

Draw or paste a picture of your animal

Find the country’s flag

Find the country’s flag your animal belongs to

The event they are participating in

Their record (speed/distance/time)

Your animal’s record(speed/distance/time)

the contender card if you are creating an animal
The contender card(If you are creating an animal)

Draw a picture of your animal

Find the country’s flag

Which country does it come from? Insert the flag

Their record (speed/distance/time)

The event they are participating in

Label the adaptations for this activity.

The event (s) they are adapted for

Your animal’s record(speed/distance/time)

who has won in your event
Who has won in your event?

In event groups, decide which of your animal contenders deserve gold, silver or bronze medals.

who has won overall
Who has won overall?

As a class, gather all of the gold medal winners in each event together and decide who deserves the overall gold, silver and bronze medals.

how did you decide
How did you decide?

Which were the most/least important factors?

Did everybody agree?

Which medal was the easiest to pick?

Were there some positives or negatives to your choices?

Was there a clear winner?

Did the habitat of your animal affect your choices?

tell us who won your medals to receive this fantastic poster
Tell us who won your medals to receive this fantastic poster!

Ask your teacher to email us your final three results.