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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)
     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
And we are going to
  learn about it in
    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

• 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
               le bras
le dos
              la jambe
le coude

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

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