Our Olympic Games series is continuing, and this time around we have fantastic formative assessments related to the history of the Olympics! In case you missed our first Olympics post, you can check out our playlist here. Be sure to stay tuned for more when our Olympics series continues next month!
- Lower Elementary: “History of the Olympics”
In this assignment, students will watch a video and answer interactive ELA and math questions related to how the Olympics began.
- Lower Elementary: “History of the Olympic High Jump”
In this assignment, students will watch a video about Olympic high jumping and answer interactive math and ELA questions.
In this assignment, students will analyze a news article about sports eliminated over the years by the International Olympic Committee.
- Math: “Who Is the Fastest?“
Students will watch videos and work with word problems to answer, “How fast are Olympic athletes moving in their events?”
Students will analyze two texts about the return of the modern-day Olympics and will then write a speech, giving opening statements on the first day of the Games.
Students will watch videos and work with interactive math questions.
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