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From Jan Hillmer -- Educator's Guide to the Olympics
The DOE of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic Winter Games
and the Paralympic Winter Games of 2002 created this guide for K-6 educators
You will find Fact Sheets, Questions and Activities, Worksheets and Lesson
Web Address: http://www.uen.org/2002/html/reach/
This project aims to develop student skills while researching the stories
behind the Olympics. Students are invited to research within their own
locality and find Olympic stories and share them with the world.
Web Address: http://www.mtpleasps.vic.edu.au/olympics/
Up-to-date news service with reports and articles on Olympic athletes,
issues and events. There are also interesting facts, information and a map
of the torch relay, a quiz and related sites.
Web Address: http://www.usatoday.com/olympics/oly.htm
Official Sites of the International Olympic Committee Visit the Olympic
museum to find an abundance of materials for a springboard to teaching
Web Address: http://www.olympic.org/
Olympic virtual library - including the Sydney 2000 Olympics; Past, Present
and Future; Official Olympic Sites; Olympic News Sites; Alternative Games;
Bibliographies & Pages for Kids and Students.
Web Address: http://www.library.unisa.edu.au/vl/olympic/
Olympics Webquest : from Australian site Your task is to look at the
planning and preparations for the Olympics and to examine this planning from
different perspectives. You will then be expected to answer questions.
Web Address: http://www.midcoast.com.au/~ttc/olwebq.html
Quest for Olympic Gold: A Webquest
You are official athletes in the upcoming 2000 Summer Junior Olympic Games.
Your job is to provide a copy of your winning essay, to design a
comprehensive fitness and nutrition program for you and your partner to
follow, and to keep a journal reflect
Web Address: http://www.arlington.k12.va <http://www.arlington.k12.va/>
A not-for-profit organization which benefits children, youth and others with
mental retardation. All students can become involved with SO. Those with
mental retardation can participate as athletes and others can serve as
Web Address: http://www.specialolympics.org
Each grade level is responsible for researching, writing and producing an
interview about some of the events and the athletes in that event that are
participating from the United States in the Summer Olympics 2000.
Web Address: http://www.manteno.k12.il.us/dtaylor/summerolympics.htm
The official sites of the International Olympic Committee The IOC is an
international non-governmental non-profit organization and the creator of
the Olympic Movement. The IOC exists to serve as an umbrella organization of
the Olympic Movement. It owns all rights to the Olympic symbols, flag,
Web Address: http://www.olympics.org/
United States Olympic Committee - USOC - Olympics Online A good resource for
information about the United States Olympic athletes.
Web Address: http://www.olympic-usa.org/
Unusual Sports in the Olympics
A site describing several unusual Olympic sports, and some accomplished
athletes in those sports. There are articles, games, a glossary and other
activities. Vote for your choice for the next Olympic sport!
Web Address: http://library.thinkquest.org/J002862/