The Olympics: web sites. (Book Mark It).
2002 Olympics Education
The Utah Education Network created this in-depth Olympic educational portal to provide information on each Olympic sport and thorough country notes. It is continually updated with new information and curriculum resources. http://www.uen.org/2002/
The Learning Network has created a wonderful collection of lessons to teach about the Olympics. Browse by school subject, such as social studies, and discover a lesson about the 1936 Olympics in Berlin or visit Language Arts to write a letter to Jesse Owens. These are great lessons to integrate the Olympics across the curriculum. http://www.teachervision.com/lessonplans/lesson-6651 .html
Olympics Table of Contents
ABCTeach provides online materials for students and educators that include free, downloadable worksheets. For example, use the Olympics vocabulary or Reading Olympics worksheets with students. Educators may to reproduce any of these items for classroom use. http://abcteach.com/Olympics/olympic sTOC.htm
Salt Lake 2002 Olympics
Touted as the largest event web site in sports history, the official site for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympics is full of information treasures, including athlete bios, individual sport profiles and up-to-the-minute news breaks. Track the Olympic torch's travels to its final destination or discover the physics behind men's figure skating. http://www.saltlake2002.com
Kate Houston Mitchoff is School Corps Librarian, Multnomah County Library in Portland, Oregon and she can be reached at email@example.com.
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