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4TEACHING VALUES CONTENTS AND FOREWORD TABLEOF CONTENTS FOREWORD: JACQUES ROGGE, PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE .............................................................................. 07 FOREWORD: HE ZHENLIANG, CHAIRMAN, IOC COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND OLYMPIC EDUCATION ...................................... 08 SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION TO OLYMPIC VALUES EDUCATION...................................................................................................................... .......... 09 WELCOME TO THIS TOOLKIT!....................................................................................................................... .................................................................................... 10 FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENT....................................................................................................................... ................ 12 THE EDUCATIONAL VALUES OF OLYMPISM....................................................................................................................... ................................................... 13 OLYMPIC EDUCATION – TEACHING APPROACHES..................................................................................................................... .................................... 14 EDUCATIONAL REALITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES.................................................................................................................. .............................................. 16 OLYMPIC EDUCATION AROUND THE WORLD.......................................................................................................................... ............................................ 17 THE CHALLENGE...................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................. 20 FOR MEMBERS OF THE OLYMPIC FAMILY......................................................................................................................... .................................................. 20 FOR COACHES, SPORT AND YOUTH CLUB LEADERS........................................................................................................................ ........................... 22 FOR EDUCATIONAL AUTHORITIES AND ADMINISTRATORS ............................................................................................................................... ......... 22 FOR TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS.................................................................................................................... .................................................................. 23 SECTION 2 CELEBRATING THE VALUES THROUGH SYMBOL AND CEREMONY .................................................................................. 25 BACKGROUND INFORMATION.................................................................................................................... ................................................................................... 26 LINKED BY THE RINGS: THE OLYMPIC SYMBOL......................................................................................................................... ........................................ 29 FLYING THE FLAG........................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................... 31 MAKING PROMISES: THE OLYMPIC OATHS.......................................................................................................................... .................................................. 33 FASTER, HIGHER, STRONGER....................................................................................................................... ................................................................................. 34 IGNITING THE SPIRIT: THE OLYMPIC FLAME.......................................................................................................................... ................................................ 36 SYMBOLS OF PEACE.......................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................. 38 REPRESENTING THE SPIRIT: OLYMPIC GAMES' POSTERS........................................................................................................................ ................... 39 ATHLETICS AND ART IN ANCIENT GREECE......................................................................................................................... .................................................... 41 ONE WORLD: ONE DREAM – BEIJING 2008........................................................................................................................... ................................................ 42 SECTION 3 SHARING THE VALUES THROUGH SPORT AND THE OLYMPIC GAMES......................................................................... 45 BACKGROUND INFORMATION.................................................................................................................... ........................................................................... 46 THE OLYMPIC WORLD.......................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................ 47 HOST CITIES FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES ............................................................................................................................... ............................................... 48 BIGGER AND BIGGER: THE OLYMPIC SPORTS PROGRAMMES ............................................................................................................................... 50 BREAKING THROUGH BARRIERS: WOMEN IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES................................................................................................................... 52 BODY, WILL AND MIND: PARALYMPIC ATHLETES....................................................................................................................... ........................................ 54 WELCOMING THE WORLD: ORGANISING AN OLYMPIC GAMES.......................................................................................................................... .... 56 TAKING CARE OF YOUR GUESTS: THE OLYMPIC VILLAGE ............................................................................................................................... ........... 58

TEACHING VALUES AN OLYMPIC EDUCATION TOOLKIT CONTENTS AND FOREWORD TEACHINGVALUES5 PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT.................................................................................................................... ......................................................................... 60 DEFINING YOUR IDENTITY: LOGOS AND MASCOTS........................................................................................................................ ................................. 62 SOLVING YOUR PROBLEMS: OLYMPIC CHALLENGES..................................................................................................................... .............................. 63 THE LONG ROAD TO VICTORY: AN ATHLETE'S STORY ( DAN JANSEN, USA).................................................................................................... 64 SECTION 4 THE FIVE EDUCATIONAL VALUES ............................................................................................................................... ................................................ 65 BACKGROUND INFORMATION.................................................................................................................... .................................................................................. 66 INTERPRETING THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES..................................................................................................................... ....................................... 68 VALUES POSTER PROJECT........................................................................................................................ ..................................................................................... 70 A: JOY OF EFFORT......................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................. 71 LIVING THE JOY!........................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................... 72 RUN FOR JOY: KIPCHOGE KEINO ( MARATHON, KENYA) ............................................................................................................................... ............ 72 STANDING TALL: CECILIA TAIT ( VOLLEYBALL, PERU).......................................................................................................................... ............................ 72 PARALYMPIANS IN ACTION!........................................................................................................................ ..................................................................................... 73 GOOD MOVES.......................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................ 74 PICK A SPORT.......................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................. 76 BODY AND IMAGE: YOUR FITNESS PLAN ............................................................................................................................... ................................................. 78 ROOTS AND RITES: THE CULTURE OF SPORT.......................................................................................................................... ........................................... 79 ATHLETIC EVENTS IN ANCIENT GREECE: YOU TRY IT ............................................................................................................................... ..................... 81 B: FAIR PLAY........................................................................................................................... ........................................................................................................... 82 LIVING FAIR PLAY!.......................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................... 83 FAIR PLAY ON THE BOBSLED RUN: EUGENIO MONTI ( BOBSLED, ITALY) ............................................................................................................... 83 THANKS FOR THE SKI POLE! BJØRNAR HÅKENSMOEN ( CROSS- COUNTRY SKIING, NORWAY) ............................................................ 83 FAIR PLAY ON THE HIGH SEAS: LAWRENCE LEMIEUX ( YACHTING, CANADA)................................................................................................... 84 LOOKS LIKE, SOUNDS LIKE, SMELLS LIKE, TASTES LIKE, FEELS LIKE................................................................................................................... 86 WHAT IS FAIR PLAY?.......................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................... 87 INVENT A FAIR PLAY GAME........................................................................................................................... ................................................................................... 88 THE GOLDEN RULE ............................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................ 89 FAIR PLAY PROJECT FAIR........................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................... 90 C: RESPECT FOR OTHERS......................................................................................................................... ........................................................................ 91 LIVING RESPECT!....................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................. 92 BLACK AND WHITE AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES – FRIENDS FOREVER: LUTZ LONG ( GERMANY) AND JESSE OWENS ( USA)........................................................................................................................... .......................... 92 " I HAVE A DREAM" – MARTIN LUTHER KING........................................................................................................................... ............................................... 93 PEACE BEGINS WITH ME............................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................... 94 HUMAN RIGHTS: THE ALPHABET FOR RESPECT AND ACCEPTANCE.................................................................................................................. 95