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An Olympic Dilemma Pt2

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Part two of our Olympic Task

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An Olympic Dilemma Pt2

  1. 1. An Olympic Dilemma Pt 2 W Wihapi
  2. 2. From: <Olympic Committee CEO Turei Tee>To: <Te Hapua School Students>Cc: <Principal>Subject: Progress CheckAttachments: Resources Page Pg 1 of 2Hello students,Did you notice my link didn’t work in my previous email? My bad. The chiefs at theOlympic Committee would like to know your progress. I hope your initial planninghas been successful. You may present your findings and plans so far in any digitalformat that has been successful for you. Remember, most of the big bosses won’tknow anything about your area, so you will need to do a thorough breakdown of yourarea. We are very visual people here, so images would be a great help, and miniexplanations to go with them would be a big help, especially if you tell us how youplan to use that area with your event. I hope my list of issues didn’t put a damper onyour planning. Turei.p.s. I can’t wait to see what recreational activities you have to do when athletesaren’t competing!
  3. 3. From: <Olympic Committee CEO Turei Tee>To: <Te Hapua School Students>Cc: <Principal>Subject: Progress CheckAttachments: Resources Page Pg 2 of 2Presentation Requirements • A quick background of your chosen sport. • Explanations of why your area is suited for that sport. • How are you going to cater for the athletes during competition: •Accommodation? •Food? •Recreation? •Contact with friends/family? •Keeping athletes updated and informed about theirs and other sports. • Keeping on top of problems/possible issues? • TV Crew and commentators. We will need audition footage to check your choices.

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