Boyd ISTE Project 4

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Published on May 2, 2008

Author: Stentore


Slide1:  The Olympic Experience Tiffany Byrd (student) Christopher Howard (student) Ms. C. Davidson, Media Specialist Ms. D. Cooper, Instructional Technology Specialist Let the Games Begin A Historical Prespective:  Let the Games Begin A Historical Prespective Olympic Games Timeline:  Olympic Games Timeline From Ancient Greece to the Twentieth Century Our trip began with gathering background information on the Olympic Games. What are the Olympic Games? Where were they held? Were women allowed to participate? ? Click on the rings for more info. Torch Relay :  Torch Relay The torch relay marks the opening of the games. It is the primary symbol of the Olympic ideal of noble competition, friendship and peace. Olympic Mascots:  Olympic Mascots The host country selects a mascot to bring them good luck during the games. Can you identify the country and year of these Summer Olympic mascots? Click on the picture above to find out. Click here to find out about other mascots. The Sports, The Rules:  The Sports, The Rules Click on a picture to learn more about a Summer Olympic sport. Take your time . Skills needed for Olympic Success:  Skills needed for Olympic Success Click to view success skill Do you have the skills to be an Olympian? Fun On-Line Games:  Fun On-Line Games Test your skills Meet one of our heroes. STUDENT PASSPORT:  STUDENT PASSPORT Before you can leave the country you must have your shot record up-to-date and a passport.. Click my face to see my passport.. Slide10:  TRAVEL ITINERARY In order to make best use of available time and resources it was necessary to do extensive planning. Click on picture below to see an up close picture of our plans Tiffany’s Itinerary Chris’ Itinerary Which Way?:  Which Way? From Atlanta to New York From New York to Athens, Greece GOING FOR THE GOLD:  GOING FOR THE GOLD Want to see the medal count for each country? Click on the medal above. The USA made its presents known with 35 gold, 39 silver, and 29 bronze medals. We won the most medals.   Paralympic Games:  Paralympic Games September 17 – 28, 2004 The Paralympic games are designed for persons with disabilities. This elite sport events emphasize the athletic achievements, rather than the disability, of over 3,000 participants. Upcoming Event Click on the picture for more info. Olympic First:  Olympic First The 2004 games had 441 athletes, 223 men and 218 women, consist the biggest Greek Olympic delegation ever since the first Olympic Games in Athens, in 1896. The Greek Olympic team then numbered 240 athletes. Closing Ceremony :  Closing Ceremony The closing ceremonies are … “Unforgettable Games, dream Games”. So what can we say about the Closing Ceremony? Click the picture for record-breaking info. SITE REFERENCES:  SITE REFERENCES Software Used Neighborhood Map Machine Lesson Plans:  Lesson Plans We used some of these lesson plans to enhance our Olympic experience and make it fun Slide18:  RELATED QCC’S 59 Topic: Reference/Study Standard: Uses the media center and available technology as sources of information and pleasure. 25 Topic: Information Processing Standard: Uses various print and non-print reference sources to locate information. 52 Topic: Map and Globes Standard: Determines the type of a map needed for a specific purpose. 53 Topic: Map and Globes Standard: Uses cardinal and intermediate directions on a map or globe, such as N and S, NE and SE. 61 Topic: Map and Globes Standard: Uses map scale to measure distance between two places. 62 Topic: Reference/Study Standard: Locates information using the appropriate reference resources.   NETS AND APS STANDARDS:  NETS AND APS STANDARDS

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