Today, let’s talk about the Winter Olympic games that are being held in Sochi in February 2014. It will be the first time the Russian Federation will have hosted a winter games. Sochi, population 400,000 is situated in Krasnodar, which is in the third largest region in Russia.
A 12 question quiz that asks students to work out maths problems, including conversion, SDT, circles, avergaes, percentages etc that have been based around real facts from this years winter olympic games. Can be used as a quiz or individual slides used as starters.\n\nSecond ppt. added, this includes answers after every slide.
My objective here was to create one A4 sheet to outline each topic I teach in ICT/CS. \n\nEach sheet here has an outline of the unit of work with aims and objectives, resources and cross-curriclular links highlighted.
My objective here was to create one A4 sheet to outline each topic I teach in ICT/CS. Each sheet here has an outline of the unit of work with aims and objectives, resources and cross-curriclular links highlighted.
An introduction to the ancient olympics and modern olympics, this lesson covers the history of the olympic games
It also has a countries research task for students to do
There is also a long term project for students to design their own olympic games as a host nation
These resources are useful for student to learn about the Olympics before the Brazil 2016 Olympic games this summer.
Six weeks worth of lesson plans aiming to develop agility, balance and coordination. These lesson plans are aimed at the non PE specialist primary school teacher. Excellent for Multi-skill after school clubs.
This is the first part of a revision booklet I am producing for Year 10 and 11's completing the GCSE PE course. This first section covers the topics of The Active Participant, Demands on Performance, Health, Training, Diet, and various other sub-topics...
The second part is still in production but a change in my job role has delayed this. I hope to complete the second and final part within the next month... ready for GCSE revision ;)
Hope this is still of some help.