Sunday, 7 August 2016

Our planning this week!


Thursday - Kia Toa Show in the hall at 2pm - 3pm!
Task Four: The Olympic Motto
The Olympic motto comes from a Latin phrase. It was applied to the Modern Olympic Games by their founder Baron de Courbertin in 1896. These three words encourage the athlete to give his or her best during competition, and to view this effort as a victory in itself.

The sense of the motto is that being first is not necessarily a priority, but that giving one's best and striving for personal excellence is a worthwhile goal. It can apply equally to athletes and to each one of us.

1) Find out what these Latin words mean.
2) Copy and paste the icons for events that could easily correspond with each word.
3) Name the Olympic events.

Citius








Altius








Fortius








These are the Icons / pictograms


How can this motto be applied to everyday life?


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