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TEACHING VALUES AN OLYMPIC EDUCATION TOOLKIT PRESENTATION SLIDES........................................................................................... 124 OLYMPIC DAY OR WEEK IN THE SCHOOL OR COMMUNITY................. 126 OLYMPIC DAY/ WEEK CERTIFICATE................................................................... 127 CREATING A " SPIRIT OF OLYMPISM" CULTURE IN YOUR SCHOOL OR ORGANISATION............................................................ 128 " SPIRIT OF OLYMPISM" INFORMATION HANDOUT...................................... 129 LETTER FOR PARENTS............................................................................................. 130 ACTIVITY LEADER/ COACH COMMITMENT.................................................... 131 PARENTAL COMMITMENT..................................................................................... 132 PARTICIPANT COMMITMENT................................................................................ 133 " SPIRIT OF OLYMPISM" AWARD........................................................................... 134 AboveTanzania 1991: A " Culture and Education" Seminar and Sports Competition. IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS SECTION 5 IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS TEACHING VALUES123

C reate your own slides, overhead transparencies or handouts using the text below. For a ten- minute presentation, slides numbered # 1- 12 summarise the contents of the Toolkit. For a more detailed presentation, some of the slides numbered # 1- 12 as above also have sub- topic slides numbered 3( a), 3( b), 3( c) and so on. Where available, video, CD or DVD clips would supplement the script of the slides. SLIDE # 1 TEACHING VALUES: AN OLYMPIC EDUCATION TOOLKIT " OUR WORLD TODAY IS IN NEED OF PEACE, TOLERANCE AND BROTHERHOOD. THE VALUES OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES CAN DELIVER THESE TO US." ( JACQUES ROGGE, PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE, TURIN 2006) " THE GOAL OF THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENT IS TO CONTRIBUTE TO BUILDING A PEACEFUL AND BETTER WORLD BY EDUCATING YOUTH THROUGH SPORT PRACTISED IN ACCORDANCE WITH OLYMPISM AND ITS VALUES." ( OLYMPIC CHARTER, P. 10) SLIDE# 2 OLYMPISM is a philosophy of life, balancing the qualities of body, will and mind. By blending sport with culture and education, Olympism seeks to create a way of life based on: the joy of effort, PRESENTATION OUTLINE 124TEACHING VALUES SECTION 5 IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS IMPLEMENTING AN OLYMPIC VALUES EDUCATION PROGRAMME MAY REQUIRE THE SUPPORT AND PARTICIPATION OF OTHERS IN YOUR SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY. the educational value of good example, and respect for universal fundamental ethical principles. SLIDE # 3 THE EDUCATIONAL VALUES OF OLYMPISM Joy of effort Fair play Respect for others Pursuit of excellence Balance between body, will and mind SLIDE # 3 ( A) JOY OF EFFORT Young people develop and practise physical, behavioural and intellectual skills by challenging themselves and each other in physical activities, movement, games and sport. SLIDE # 3 ( B) FAIR PLAY Fair play may be a sporting concept, but, as every parent knows, even small children have a strong view on what is " fair". Learning fair play behaviour through physical activities can help in the development of fair play behaviour in the community and in life. " FAIR PLAY IS NOT CAUGHT, IT MUST BE TAUGHT." SLIDE # 3 ( C) RESPECT FOR OTHERS Learning to accept and respect diversity can promote peace and international understanding. The Olympic Movement brings together all races and cultures and can serve as a model for tolerance and understanding. SLIDE # 3 ( D) PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE Among athletes excellence is often considered as " doing your personal best". This concept can help young people to make positive, healthy choices, and strive to become the best that they can be in whatever they do. SLIDE # 3 ( E) BALANCE BETWEEN BODY, WILL AND MIND Current research suggests that learning takes place in the whole body, not just in the mind, and that physical activity and learning through movement contributes to the development of both moral and intellectual learning. Pierre de Coubertin's revival of the Olympic Games was based on a similar concept of body and mind. SLIDE # 4 OLYMPIC VALUES ARE COMMUNICATED THROUGH SYMBOLS AND CEREMONIES The Olympic Movement is more than another sport event. Young people's imaginations are inspired by the art, music and cultural presentations of an Olympic Games. Respect and acceptance of diversity can be fostered by introducing activities based on the educational values of Olympism into all aspects of a sports programme, and into other school subject areas such as language, history and science. SLIDE # 4 ( A) OLYMPIC SYMBOLS Rings, Flag, Torch, Flame, Truce Symbol SLIDE # 4 ( B) OPENING CEREMONY SLIDE # 4 ( C) CLOSING CEREMONY AND VICTORY CEREMONIES SLIDE # 5 OLYMPIC VALUES ARE SHARED THROUGH OLYMPIC SPORT AND THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENT These values are found in the Right Olympic Day Joy in Great Britain.