Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Bob Digby's article 'Teaching about the Olympics' was published in Teaching Geography Summer 2007 and focuses on the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It suggests how teachers might use the Olympics in their teaching about sustainability, the geographies of change, urban environments and globalisation. GA members who subscribe to Teaching Geography can download the article free from the Journals area, while non-members can purchase a PDF copy for £13.00 (inc. VAT).

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Rebecca Guest

The powerpoint is very useful and it informed me on the olympics 2000

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