Introduce the XXIII Olympic Games with this twenty-page starter guide. Information on South Korea, the PyeongChang Winter Olympic venues, the Olympic Mascots; Medals; and Torch. A list of vocabulary gets you started for brainstorming with your students to introduce the topic. Complete with a 14-page booklet providing fill in the blank activities that can be teacher directed or done with the help of the internet by students individually. Answer key completes the guide.
Introduce your students to these famous Canadian Paralympians competing at the 2018 Paralympics. Using the internet students will locate and record the answers on each athlete onto the one-page activity. 7 pages plus answer key. Athletes include: Robbie Weldon; Greg Westlake; Mark Arendz; Brian McKeever; Kimberly Joines; Sonja Gaudet; Collette Bourgonje. (Content included in EBG1101 The Winter Olympics)
Introduce your students to these famous Canadian Athletes competing at the 2018 Olympics. A one-page biography and follow-up activity for each athlete. 24 pages plus answer key. Athletes include: Charles Hamelin; Mikaël Kingsbury; Patrick Chan; Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir; Megan Duhamel/Eric Radford; Canada's Male Freestyle Skiiers: (Max Parrot; Mark McMorris; Michael Ciccareilli); The Dufour-Lapointe Sisters; Kallie Humphries; Marianne St.-Gelais; Marie-Philip Poulin; Alex Harvey; Marielle Thompson; Ivanie Blondin. (Content included in EBG1101 The Winter Olympics)
Introduce the XXIII Olympic Games with this ten-page starter guide. Information on the PyeongChang Winter Olympics Games including: the Olympic Mascots; Medals; and Torch, the Olympic Venues, and three charts to keep track of the medal standings by individual sport, standings by country and men and women by country. Answer key provided. (Content included in EBG1101 The Winter Olympics)
A two page summary of the history of the Olympic Games is provided along with a one page follow-up with 5 comprehension questions and answer key.
A one page summary of the rebirth of the Olympic Games. Students will learn why the games had not been held for fifteen hundred years and they were finally reborn in 1894. The one page follow-up includes ten questions to be completed in sentences. Answer key included.
A two page outline of the Winter Olympic Games and a timeline of the host cities since 1928. The one page follow up is divided into two sections with thirteen questions in total. Answer key included.
Using the maps of Europe, Asia and North America student will locate the countries that have hosted the Olympic Games. On each country, they will record the number of times that the country has hosted the Olympics and colour each country a different colour. Answer key included.
A one page summary of the history of the Olympic flame and the cauldron, plus a one page follow-up with six questions. Answer key included.
A one page summary and follow-up on the Olympic symbols: Olympic flag, Olympic Motto, Olympic Oath, Olympic Creed, Olympic Hymn and Anthem, Medals and Mascots. Answer key included.
A two page summary of the opening and closing ceremonies at the Olympic Games. Students will answer ten follow-up questions determining if the action described is from the opening or closing ceremony. Answer key included.
A two page activity on the sport of Cross-Country Skiing and six follow-up questions. Students will access the internet to learn more about cross-country skiing to answer the questions. The last question asks students to locate the names of Canadian athletes involved in this sport. Answer key included.
Three different activities introduce Alpine Skiing to students. Students will use the internet to learn the five Alpine events including; Downhill; Super-G; Giant Slalom; Slalom; Combined. Ten Canadian Olympic skiers are named and students will research to complete the chart noting which Olympics each competed, which year, which events and if they medaled. The third activity asks students to use the internet to make a glossary of twelve ski terms. Answer key included.
A one page summary on the sport of Biathlon with six follow-up questions. Answer key included.
A one page summary on the sport of Bobsleighing and its' history, plus a one page follow-up with six questions complete this activity. Answer key included.
A one page summary on the sport of Long Track Speed Skating and its' history from the 1920's. The follow-up includes nine questions and asks students to locate a sentence in the information that proves each statement to be true. Using the internet students will research to find out information needed to complete the chart on six Canadian Olympic speed skaters. Answer key provided.