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INDEX The Classroom 5th A 2. London 3. Olympic Game: Football, Players and the Venue Wembley Stadium (and others) 4 .Paralympic Game: Football 5-a-side, Football 7-a-side, Players and the Venue Riverbank Arena 5.-Thanks and Authors

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The Big Ben is an important constructionwhich is located in the city of London. London city This is the Tower Bridge. It opens to let the boats cross to the other side. It’s on the River Thames. This is the London Eye. It’s very high!!

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Our class: 5th A This is our class 5thA. There are10 boys and 10 girls. In the class, sometimes we have fun, because some children make jokes and we laugh a lot! Our teacher also makes jokes and laugh a lot with us! We have a very good tutor teacher, her name is MªJosé. She is very funny and she helps us. The other teachers are nice too! Most children like football and some others like basketball, badminton, skiing,…. It is a very funny class!

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OLYMPIC GAMES : FOOTBALL Football is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. The game is played on a rectangular field of grass. The object of the game is to score by driving the ball into the opposing goal. It’s a very popular game!!

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WHO PLAYS FOOTBALL IN LONDON 2012? Name: Anita Asante Date of birth: 27 April 1985 Country: London, Great Britain Anita is a star of the Arsenal Women’s team. Anita is considered to have a very bright future as a defender/midfielder. She hopes to win in the GB team at the London 2012 Games.

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Wembley Stadium Key facts Sport: Football Location: North-west London New or existing: Existing Permanent or temporary: Permanent Number of events:  2

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PARALYMPIC GAMES : FOOTBALL Football 5-a-side Played by visually impaired athletes, using a ball with a noise-making device inside. Each team consists of five players Dates: Friday 31 August – Saturday 8 September 2012 Medal events: 1 Athletes: 64 (all men; eight teams) Football 7-a-side Played by by athletes with cerebral palsy. Each team consists of seven players Dates: Saturday 1 September - Sunday 9 September 2012 Medal events: 1 Athletes: 96 (all men; eight teams)

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Name: Michael Barker Date of birth: 28 July 1987 Country: Liverpool, Great Britain Michael Barker is considered one of the best cerebral palsy players in the world. He had an accident and acquired head injury. Michael was at the Everton Centre of Excellence and played at a very high level of football. Michael will be leading Great Britain’s team in London 2012. WHO PLAYS PARALYMPIC FOOTBALL IN LONDON 2012?

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RIVERBANK ARENA The temporary Riverbank Arena located in the Olympic Park will have two separate pitches, one with spectator seating. The facility will be used for Olympic Hockey and Paralympic 5-a-side and 7-a-side Football. To reflect the colours of the Games, the playing field area is London Blue in colour – providing high levels of contrast with the yellow ball – and the pitch surrounds coloured London Pink Key facts Location: Within the Olympic Park New or existing New Permanent or temporary: Temporary Number of events: 4

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This great job has been done by: Group 1: Marc Blanco, Pau Barroso, Edgar Cruz and Adrian García. Group 2: Andreu B., Sheila García, Sergi Regales and Alba. Group 3: Jacir G., Laura M., Claudia Sisó and Pau Solé. Group 4: Laia Bravo, Núria I., Diego Moreno and Joaquim M. Group 5: Fátima K., María Pérez, Anna Resa and Jennifer S.

Summary: Powerpoint about olympic and paralympic sports

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