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  • The resources are differentiated by age, but schools and colleges can dip in and out of different age groups according to the needs of individual students. All resources are designed to cater for different learning styles, and all are supported by comprehensive educator guidance notes and extension ideas. Content complies with accessibility guidelines. All the preparation is done for you, you have access to a wide range of resources that enhance current curriculum requirements and good practice.
  • Olympic mascots have been a major part of the promotion of the olympic games since 1972. Munich 1972 introduce the first olympic mascot. Why was introduced ? To portray the olympic spirt especially to young people. The mascot must show distinctive geographical features, history and culture unique to the host city.
  • Athena and Phevos -- mascots of the 2004 Olympic Summer Games in Athens, Greece The lovely Olympic Mascots, Athena and Phevos, with their whacking feet, longish necks and puny heads, one in deep yellow and the other in deep blue, are based on dolls, thousands of years old, found at archeological sites in Greece. Greek mythology had it that Phevos and Athena are brother and sister, named after two Greek gods: Phevos, the god of light and music, and Athena, goddess of wisdom and patron of the city of Athens.
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    1. 1. Olympic Values:Respect Friendship Excellence
    2. 2. Paralympic Values:Equality Inspiration Determination Courage
    3. 3. T orch Re lay• T h e F lam e d e live re d f rom Gre e ce to th e h ost country wh e re it is transf e rre d f rom one T orch b e are r to anoth e r spre ad ing th e m e s sage of : • pe ace • unity • f rie nd sh ip
    4. 4. F actsT h e torch will b e carrie d th rough ove r1 ,000 citie s , towns and village s in th e U K.T h e torch will b e carrie d b y 8,000 trulyins pirational pe ople f rom acros s th e U K.T h e f lam e e nd s its journe y as th e las tT orch b e are r ligh ts th e Cauld ron at th eO pe ning Ce re m ony in th e O lym pic S tad ium ,m ark ing th e of f icial s tart of th e Gam e s . T h e F lam e s tays lit until it is put out atth e Clos ing Ce re m ony, s ignif ying th e e nd ofth e Gam e s .
    5. 5. W atch th e torch re lay live !! -h ttp://www.b b c.co.uk/torch re layT rave ls Brigh ton toH astings1 7 th J ulyGoing th roughLittle Com m on at5 pm and s tayingove rnigh t inH astings
    6. 6. O lym pic E ve nts and ve nue sT h e re will b e 36 d if f e re nts porting activitie s at th e 2 01 2 O lym pics .
    7. 7. T h e 36 deif f e re nt s ports are : Arch ry Cycling – M ountain Bik e Ath le tics Cycling – Road Bad m inton Cycling – T rack Bas k e tb all D iving Be ach Volle yb all E que s trianis m Box ing F e ncing Canoe S lalom F ootb all Canoe S print Gym nas tics – Artis tic Cycling – BM X Gym nas tics Rh yth m ic
    8. 8. H and b all T ae k wond o H ock e y T e nnis J ud o T ram polining M od e rn Pe ntath lon T riath lon Rowing Volle yb all S ailing W ate r Polo S h ooting W e igh t Lif ting S wim m ing W re s tlingS ynch ronis e d S wim m ing T ab le T e nnis
    9. 9. Be caus e of th e ir ind ivid ual ne e d s e ach of th e se activitie s will b e h e ld at d if f e re nt ve nue s. F or e x am ple s wim m e rs ne e d a pool, b e achvolle yb all playe rs ne e d a b e ach , b ox e rs ne e d a ring. Can you f ind out th e e x act location f or e ve ry e ve nt?
    10. 10. S om e of th e 36 activitie s will h ave m any e ve nts with in e ach cate gory. F or e x am ple , 1 of th e 36 s ports is AT H LE T I CS b ut with in ath le tics th e re is; 1 00m , 2 00m , 400m , 800m , 1 5 00m , 1 1 0m h urd le s , 400m h urd le s , 3000ms te e ple ch ase , 5 000m , 1 0,000m , 2 0k m walk, 5 0k m walk, M arath on, 4x 1 00m re lay, 4x 400m re lay, S h ot, D iscus,J ave lin, H am m e r, Long Jum p, T riple J um p, H igh Jum p, Pole Vault, H e ptath lon, D e cath lon.
    11. 11. W h ich s ub e ve nts are includ e d in: Arch e ry D iving Box ing E que s trianis m Cycling – BM X Gym nas tics – Artis tic
    12. 12. So who are our medal hopefuls?Can they really win gold?
    13. 13. S hanaze ReadeI t was no surpris e th at s h e wasth e f avourite f or gold wh e n BM Xb e cam e an O lym pic s port inBe ijing.H owe ve r, it e nd e d ind isappointm e nt wh e n in th e s ilve rm e d al position S h anaz e pus h e dh ard f or gold b ut e nd e d upcras h ing out of th e racealtoge th e r.
    14. 14. Bet h TweddleBe th is th e m ostsucce s sf ul Britishgym nas t of all tim e .S h e h as wone ve ryth ing th e re isto win e x ce pt f orone th ing...
    15. 15. BRA DLEY WI GGI NS (T rack Cycling): Age 2 8.Alre ad y th e re igning O lym picand W orld 4k m I nd ivid ualPurs uit ch am pion, W iggins , 2 8,h as an outs tand ing gold m e d alch ance s in th re e e ve nts at th eVe lod rom e - th e I nd ivid ualPurs uit, th e T e am Purs uit and
    16. 16. CHRI S HOY(T rack Cycling): Age 32T h e re igning O lym pic 1 k mtim e trial (k ilo) ch am pion,H oy h as m ad e ane x traord inarily s ucce s s f uls witch to th e s print e ve ntsaf te r h is s pe ciality e ve ntwas d roppe d f rom th eO lym pic program m e and will
    17. 17. BEN A I NS LI E(Yach ting - F inn clas s): Age 31 Ains lie is th e only Briton s till com pe ting wh o h as two O lym pic gold m e d als to h is nam e . H e won gold in th e Las e r in S yd ne y and took gold in th e h e avie r F inn clas s in Ath e ns . H e als o h as a
    18. 18. PHI LI PS I DOWU(Ath le tics ): Age 2 9. Gre at Britain s gre at ath le tics h ope at th e Bird s N e s t. I f h e jum ps to h is pote ntial, I d owu s h ould f ollow in th e f oots te p of J onath an Ed ward s and win th e T riple jum p. U nb e ate n th is ye ar in any
    19. 19. Jessica Ennis(Heptathlon)Jessica Enniss coach insists she willnot crumble under the weight of thenation’s expectations.Heptathlete Ennis is one of Team GB’sbest gold medal hopes for thissummer’s London Olympics.Ennis currently holds the highestever British score by a femaleHeptathlete.
    20. 20. O lym pic m ascots h ave b e e n a m ajor partof th e prom otion of th e olym pic gam e ssince 1 972 . M unich 1 972 introd uce th ef irst olym pic m as cot.W h y was introd uce d ? T o portray th eolym pic spirt e spe cially to young pe ople .T h e m ascot m ust sh ow d is tinctivege ograph ical f e ature s , h is tory andculture unique to th e h os t city.
    21. 21. A t hena and Phevos - - mascot s of t he2004 Olympic S ummer Games inA t hens, GreeceT h e love ly O lym pic M ascots, Ath e na andPh e vos, with th e ir wh ack ing f e e t, longis hne ck s and puny h e ad s, one in d e e p ye llowand th e oth e r in d e e p b lue , are b as e d ond olls, th ousand s of ye ars old , f ound atarch e ological s ite s in Gre e ce . Gre e km yth ology h ad it th at Ph e vos and Ath e naare b roth e r and s is te r, nam e d af te r twoGre e k god s : Ph e vos , th e god of ligh t andm us ic, and Ath e na, god d e ss of wisd omand patron of th e city of Ath e ns.
    22. 22. T h e two m ascots of th e 2 01 2O lym pics in Lond on E ngland th iss um m e r sh e d occult s ym b olis m andnum e rology. Also, th e M as cotsprovid e an im portant clueconce rning th e age nd a of th eI llum inati O ccult. W e nlock andM and e ville , th e 2 01 2 O lym picm ascots, are b iz arre anim ationss uppos e d ly d e picting two d rops ofs te e l f rom a s te e lworkRe ad m ore :h ttp://ad ve ntof d e ce ption.com /d e ciph e ri
    23. 23. D e m olition of th e O ld Build ings T h e O lym pic Village h as re s id e ntial apartm e nts f or around 1 7,000 ath le te s and of f icials d uring th e Gam e s , along with s h ops, re s taurants , m e d ical, m e d ia and le is ure f acilitie s , and large are as of ope n s pace .
    24. 24. T h e O lym pic Village T h e O lym pic Village is locate d in th e O lym pic Park , with in walk ing d istance of th e ve nue s – e nh ancing th e e x pe rie nce of ath le te s and of f icials wh o will stay th e re d uring th e Gam e s
    25. 25. Building Work BeginsT h e re are 1 1 re s id e ntial plots , e ach m ad e up of f ive to s e ve nb locks b uilt around com m unal s quare s and courtyard s , withwate r f e ature s acce ntuating th e clos e ne s s of th e Rive r Le a.Each apartm e nt provid e s com f ortab le accom m od ation ands tate -of -th e -art com m unications f acilitie s , includ ing inte rne tacce s s and wire le s s ne twork ing
    26. 26. Construction From The AirT h e Village also includ e s a ‘Village Plaz a’ wh e reath le te s can m e e t with f rie nd s and f am ily. T h e planre tains Lond on s trad ition of b uild ing h om e s aroundcom m unal s quare s and courtyard s, with wate r f e ature s
    27. 27. Perfection!!!Af te r th e Gam e s , th e O lym pic Village will b e a lasting le gacyof e s s e ntial ne w h ous ing f or e as t Lond on. I t will b etrans f orm e d into 2 ,81 8 ne w h om e s , includ ing 1 ,379 af f ord ab leh om e s and h ous e s f or s ale and re nt, and will cre ate a ne wre s id e ntial quarte r to b e k nown as E as t Village

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