Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep

Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep
Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep
Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep
Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep
Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep
Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep
Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep
Canadian Athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics No Prep
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Canada has many athletes in the Winter Olympics. This resource focuses on facts about 14 Canadian athletes. It's NO PREP!

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Information about the following athletes and their sport:
Biathlon (Macx Davies)
Bobsleigh (Kaillie Humphries)
Curling (Ben Herbert)
Figure Skating (Kaetlyn Osmond)
Figure Skating (Patrick Chan)
Half-Pipe (Cassie Sharpe)
Ice Hockey (Blayre Turnbull)
Luge (Mitchel Malyk)
Moguls (Mikael Kingsbury)
Skeleton (Elisabeth Vathje)
Ski Cross (Marielle Thompson)
Slopestyle (Dara Howell)
Speed Skating (Denny Morrison)
Speed Skating (Marianne St-Gelais)
 
Other Activities:
“Extra, Extra! Read All about It!” Students write as if they are interviewing individual athletes. This is based on the information pages provided in the resource.
List of Canadian Athletes to Research
Fast Facts
“Canada Winter Athlete Facts” There are 2 activities that allow for differentiation. Students may research any Canadian athlete and record facts. Students also colour the home province of the athlete.
“Tallying Canada’s Medals” and Responding to the Data
Word Search
“Canadian Athlete Expert” certificates

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