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  • Welcome to your Olympic and Paralympic Values ePosterThe Olympic and Paralympic games take place in London in 2012. INSPIRE>ASPIRE is about self discovery andpersonal development, helping you to find the inspiration to develop aspirations for your life. Completing thisactivity will help you to learn about the values of the Olympic movement, to learn some new things aboutyourself, about others and about the world. You can use it to share what you think is important in life andwhat inspires you about the Olympic and Paralympic games. Most importantly, it gives you the chance to thinkabout the values and qualities you’ll need to make a success of your future.How to complete your poster...Activity |01-06| Olympic and Paralympic Values Each of the Olympic and Paralympic values has a “qualities cloud”. Choose one quality which best describesyou and write a short statement in the “I am good at” box to explain your choice. Choose one quality whichleast describes you and write a short statement in the “I need to work on” box to explain your choice. TIP: Use the website to explore the meaning of values and qualities and don’t forget to ask for help if you are still not sure what to do.Activity | 07| Inspiration: Faster, Higher, Stronger. We can get inspiration from the achievements and actions of others that can help show us how to make asuccess of our own lives. Many sports people become role models because of what they achieve and how theyachieve it. They have developed the personal qualities required for success.For this activity choose anyOlympian or Paralympian, past or present. How do they live up to the Olympic and Paralympic values? Whydo you find them inspiring? What is it about this person that you admire? Do they have ideals, values orcharacteristics that you would like to live up to? Can you tell us why you think they have achieved success? Inthe final section select some quotations you find inspiring and tell us why. TIP: Remember it is not just about writing. You could include drawings or pictures to get across what you want to say. Don’t’ forget you can use the resources on the website to help you choose your inspirational figure and find out all about them.Activity | 08| Aspiration: Lighting the TorchBy completing this poster you have learned some new things about yourself, about others and about theworld. You might have discovered some things that really matter to you. By developing your own personalaction plan you can make decisions and act on them so you can begin to take charge of your own future. Thinkcarefully about each of the questions (a-e) and answer as best as you can. You can use the questions in the boxas a starting point but don’t feel you must answer them all. Don’t rush, reflect first before you write and writefrom the heart! TIP: It’s not just about writing. You can use pictures or drawings to get across what you want to say. We have put in some text boxes to get you startedSupport ResourcesYou will find everything you need to get started on our website but you might find some of these really useful too . . .
  • www.inspire-aspire.org.uk www.learningforlife.org.uk http://getset.london2012.com
  • X Carolina Guedes de Andrade 7ºA ESAG Profª Ana Isabel MouraExcellence AmbitiousOrganised WiseCreativeUnderstanding PatientOpen-MindedTolerantTrustworthy AppreciativeLoyalCaring/KindForgivingConfident FearlessOptimisticHonestPositivePersistent CalmHard WorkingCommittedDecisiveModest SelflessCo-operativeFairFlexible
  • My Olympic hero is Usain Bolt because he has an association that helps children in Africa and he have some things incommon with me: dancing, music, reggae, football,… . He is a Jamaican sprinter and a five-time World and three-timeOlympic gold medalist. He is the world record and Olympic record holder in the 100 metres, the 200 metres and (alongwith his teammates) the 4×100 metres relay. He is the reigning Olympic champion in these three events, and is one of onlyseven athletes (along with Valerie Adams, Veronica Campbell-Brown, Jacques Freitag, Yelena Isinbayeva, Jana Pittman,Dani Samuels) to win world championships at the youth, junior, and senior level of an athletic event.Bolt expresses a love for dancing and his character is frequently described as laid-back and relaxed. Bolts Jamaican trackand field idols include Herb McKenley and former Jamaican 100 m 200 m world record holder, Don Quarrie. MichaelJohnson, the former 200 m world and Olympic record holder, is also held in high esteem by Bolt. The first sport to interesthim was cricket and he said if he was not a sprinter he would be a fast bowler instead.Bolt has also expressed his love for football and is a fan of Manchester United as well as Real Madrid. Bolt has alsodeclared he is a fan of Dutch striker Ruud van Nistelrooy. Following a race in Manchester, he met the team at their trainingground and offered Portuguese national Cristiano Ronaldo some sprinting advice. Bolt was a special guest of ManchesterUnited at the 2011 UEFA Champions League final in London, where he stated hed like to play for them after he retires.In 2010, he also revealed his fondness of music, when he played a reggae DJ set to a crowd in Paris.My favorite inspiring quotations are: A light heart lives long. William Shakespeare The best way to make your dreams come true is to wake up. Paul Valery Imagination is more important than knowledge. Albert Einstein
  • I want to be the kind of person that help people and save lives. I want to be a doctor to treat sick people, give them hopeand save them. I dream in colors but in the real live, in the darkest places, I see the world in black and white and I want tochange that.I think that I am really good dancer, actress and singer. I really like arts and sciences. In arts, I am comfortable and I livewhat I am doing but in sciences, I just save lives and, I would like to do it but I like to express myself. I grow upsurrounded of Arts and dreams and my heart beats for arts.I would like to be a successful women and I would like to have a big family: me and my two daughters and my sun. Myfriends and family say that I know how to do housekeeping and teach someone so that would be precious to the futureso I can teach my daughters and sun and do the housekeeping and keep my home clean, save and lovely.I want to save people, give hope to children, make people laugh and cry with my theatre and I want to raise mydaughters and my son who they can be a good person.I am going to achieve my goals giving the best of me to be the best of what I am going to do. I would be true, honest andfriendly but I will fight for the achievement of my goals.
  • What Now?When you have completed your poster please also complete the evaluation below and then sendyour ePoster by email to podium@inspire-aspire.org.uk . We will send you a digital certificate atawarding you a Gold, Silver or Bronze Medal for your efforts (allow 14 days). When you email thePODIUM - tell us if we can share your poster online with other young people and we’ll put aselection of the best ones online for the world to see. Good Luck!Pupil EvaluationWhen you have finished your poster please write a short statement about what you think you havelearned and/or achieved by taking part in this project.Please tell us how you think we could improve the project for next yearPeer EvaluationAsk a friend to read your poster and write a short paragraph about what they think you haveachieved by completing your poster.Teachers’ Comments (if this activity is being completed in schools).Level Achieved: GOLD SILVER BRONZESee Teachers’ Notes for details about the INSPIRE>ASPIRE learning & assessment framework