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TEACHING VALUES AN OLYMPIC EDUCATION TOOLKIT SECTION 4 THE FIVE EDUCATIONAL VALUES OF OLYMPISM TEACHING VALUES75 ACTIVITYSHEET Turn the " Good Moves" exercise into a game. Work on this activity with another student. Follow the instructions below: Write each sentence on a small slip of paper. Put your slips of paper in a jar ( or hat or box). Then pick out two of the sentences. Make a list of all of the activities that you can think of that fit the description of the sentence. Use this sheet. Create a special display on the wall of all of the activities you have suggested. You could use pictures or drawings to illustrate the " Physical Activities" wall. Pick one activity and do it together. Then tell the others how you liked their activity. 1

76TEACHING VALUES SECTION 4 THE FIVE EDUCATIONAL VALUES OF OLYMPISM FILL IN THE BLANKS Complete the sentences below by writing the correct sports words from the list on the right. Two sports that need ice are ...................................... and ...................................... Two sports that take place on a snowy hillside are ...................................... and ...................................... Four sports that are played with a ball are ......................................,......................................, ...................................... and ....................................... Three sports that use boats are ......................................,...................................... and ....................................... Two sports where horses are also athletes are ...................................... and ...................................... Three sports where athletes shoot at a target are ......................................,...................................... and ....................................... Running, jumping and throwing are ...................................... events. A sport where athletes do twists and turns on bars and rings is ....................................... Two Olympic sports involving person- to- person combat are ...................................... and ...................................... LeftThe pictograms of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games integrate the charm of inscriptions on bones and bronze objects in ancient China with simple modern graphics. PICKA SPORT USE THESE ACTIVITIES TO HELP LEARNERS THINK ABOUT DIFFERENT SPORTS. archery modern pentathlon skiing volleyball wrestling basketball gymnastics rowing hockey equestrian athletics table tennis shooting boxing luge skating sailing biathlon canoeing football