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2014 World Cup- Brazil research worksheet

This worksheet provides an excellent research task, combining Geography, the World Cup and Brazil It could be completed in school if ICT access is available or completed as a homework task.

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2014 World Cup- country research team selector

Pupils take turns clicking one of the DreamTeach logos to pick a team. This is the team that they will research in the worksheet that follows. England are not included, nor are Brazil (there is a separate worksheet for Brazil).

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2014 World Cup- country research worksheet

If ICT access is possible then this worksheet will work very well. If ICT access is not available, then a range of resources such as atlases and World Cup guides will be needed. Pupils simply answer the questions on the worksheet, for the country that they have picked off the team selector presentation.

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2014 World Cup- where are the grounds worksheet

This worksheet requires pupils to map the location of the host cities on the map provided. There are a range of questions, focusing on issues such as the climate of the host cities and how this may affect matches.

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2014 World Cup- who is playing map work

This worksheet gets pupils mapping the countries taking part, before asking them to identify patterns and suggest reasons for any trends.

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2014 World Cup- winners worksheet

These resources look at the World Cup and the effect that Geography may have had upon the winners. Pupils then work through this worksheet, looking at why there have only been 8 winners of the World Cup.

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2014 World Cup- winners worksheet (harder version)

These resources look at the World Cup and the effect that Geography may have had upon the winners. Pupils then work through this worksheet, looking at why there have only been 8 winners of the World Cup (This is the harder worksheet requiring data collection).

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Cricket World Cup 2019- Map Work Activities

These map work actvities tie in nicely with the 2019 Cricket World Cup being hosted in the UK. 

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English Premier League in numbers

There are excellent numeracy links in this resource. Pupils have to match up the correct numbers with the correct statements about the Premier League. It works well if the statements sheet is laminated, and then pupils can simply overlay the correct numbers on the correct statements. The answers are included with the worksheet.

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English Premier League- introductory movie

This movie introduces the Premier League. It assists with a variety of work looking at where the Premier League clubs are located, and where their players have come from. To enlarge the movie click on the tab in the bottom right hand corner.

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English Premier League- map work scale presentation

This scale presentation will help pupils with the measuring of the distances that their players have travelled.

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English Premier League- map work team selector

There are excellent ICT links in these resources which look at where players have travelled from to play Premier League football. ICT access will need to be booked, or the searching tasks set as homework. Pupils pick a team at random using this team selector presentation to begin with. This will be their team for the follow on tasks. There are teams outside of the Premier League to ensure that all of the class can select a different team. 

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English Premier League- map work worksheet

Pupils work through the tasks on the worksheet, finding out where players have come from, how far they have travelled, and they map their findings. They will need ICT access to find where they have come from. Teacher instructions are included on the worksheet. Once the players have totalled the miles that their 11 players have come from it can prompt discussions about air miles and carbon footprints, as many of these players will travel home for international games or visits.

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English Premier League- new ground development- Google Earth tour

These resources focus on the new ground developments for Liverpool and Everton football clubs, and the impact that they will have upon the city. The Google Earth tour introduces the issues. To play the Google Earth tour, click the link. When Google Earth has loaded, click the play icon half way up the screen on the left hand side (bottom right corner of the places box).

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English Premier League- new ground development- stadium factsheet

These resources focus on the new ground developments for Liverpool and Everton football clubs, and the impact that they will have upon the city. This factsheet provides information and locations for the existing and proposed stadia for Liverpool and Everton football clubs.

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English Premier League- new ground development- worksheet

These resources focus on the new ground developments for Liverpool and Everton football clubs, and the impact that they will have upon the city. The question sheet gets pupils to rank the 4 stadia interms of how they will impact upon people and the city and the service that they will provide. This could lead to a debating or voting process about whether the new grounds should get the go ahead.

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English Premier League- where do the players come from worksheet

These resources look at the Premier League and where the clubs are located. This worksheet gets pupils using their atlas skills, in order to map the location of the 20 Premier League teams.

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Euro 2012 team research worksheet

Get pupils to pick 1 of the 16 teams using the country picker resource. Pupils then need to research the country in terms of both Geography and its football team in order to complete the worksheet. 

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Euro 2012 venue map work

In this worksheet, pupils have to add details to a map of Poland and the Ukraine and use their map skills to answer questions about the venues. 

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Olympic 2012 venues mapwork

This worksheet asks pupils to map the venues being used for the Olympics. They then have to use their atlas skills in order to find the latitude and longitude of venues, as well as the distance from their school. 

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Olympic hosts worksheet

This worksheet looks at the locations of the modern Olympic Games. Pupils have to map these using the map provided before answering the questions. 

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Olympic living graphs- graph

Pupils need to place the correct statements on the correct part of the graph. It doesn't matter how high or low the statements go, as they are concentrating on the year(s) that the events took place. The statements and answers are in the next resource on the page. 

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Olympic living graphs- statements and answers

These statements and answers accompany the previous graph resource. 

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Olympic research country selector

This resource allows pupils to randomly select an Olympic host country to research. They then need to complete the Olympic host country research worksheet. 

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Olympic research worksheet

Pupils will need to be allocated a country using the country selector resource. They then need to complete this worksheet using the library, internet or an atlas for help. 

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Olympics 2012- Introduction movie

This movie introduces the Olympics in London and looks at the venues of past games. 

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Olympics 2012- Introduction worksheet

This worksheet accompanies the introductory movie and provides a nice start to the topic. It would also work well with the dominoes. 

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Olympics 2012- introductory presentation

This presentation introduces the summer Olympics looking at the history behind the games and previous games in London. 

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World Cup 2010- introductory movie

These resources look at the World Cup and the effect that Geography may have had upon the winners. This movie introduces the World Cup. To enlarge the movie click on the tab in the bottom right hand corner.

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