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            A Languages and Science Project


Jo Rhys-Jones, June 2011
The 2012 Olympic Games will be held in




London (and around the UK)
    http://www.olympic.org/london-2012-summer-olympics
     205 nations are expected to
       take part in 26 sports:
•   la natation      •   le hockey
•   le tir à l’arc   •   le judo
•   l’athlétisme     •   le pentathlon
•   le badminton     •   l’aviron
•   le basketball    •   la voile
•   la boxe          •   le tir
•   le canoë-kayak   •   le tennis de table
•   le cyclisme      •   le taekwondo
•   l’équitation     •   le tennis
•   l’escrime        •   le triathlon
•   le foot          •   le volley
•   la gymnastique   •   la haltérophilie
•   le handball      •   le catch
        Here they are in English:
•   Aquatics          •   Hockey
•   Archery           •   Judo
•   Athletics         •   Modern Pentathlon
•   Badminton         •   Rowing
•   Basketball        •   Sailing
•   Boxing            •   Shooting
•   Canoe and Kayak   •   Table Tennis
•   Cycling           •   Taekwondo
•   Equestrian        •   Tennis
•   Fencing           •   Triathlon
•   Football          •   Volleyball
•   Gymnastics        •   Weightlifting
•   Handball          •   Wrestling
Image by (Felipe Menegaz) licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.




  l’Afrique l’Amérique l’Europe                                       l’Asie         l’Océanie
Link to interactive map of the 205 nation members of the Olympic
committee: http://www.olympic.org/national-olympic-committees
And we are going to
  learn about it in
      French!
    In French we will learn..
•   Numbers – to record times & distances
•   Countries – who is taking part?
•   Colours - for each nations flags
•   Foods – that keep athletes healthy
•   Exercises – that keep athletes fit
     Your first medal challenge:
• Each person in the class
  will be given a different
  nation to support.

• Great Britain will be
  supported by your class
  teacher.

• Now find and draw the
  national flag for the
  country you will start with.
     Your next medal challenge

• When is your nation’s first
  event? What sport is it?

• What language is spoken in
  your chosen country?

• How do you say ‘hello’ in
  that language?
How do the medals work?
 • If an athlete from your adopted nation wins
   a gold, silver or bronze medal in any
   event, you get 3, 2 or 1 points.

 • By completing a ‘medal challenge’
   (such as the previous slides) you can get
   extra points for your nation.

 • Your class will need to keep a chart to
   track each nations medals/points.
                la tête
les cheveux
               la main
l’épaule
               le bras
le dos
              la jambe
le coude

               le pied
le genou
Bon pour la santé:   Mauvais pour la santé:

				
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