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Participating in your own world cup festival

Running a world cup

Participating in your own world cup festival

Running a world cup

Learning Intentions

On- and off-field activities contribute to tournament success and celebrations. Personal responsibility includes doing your best to be game fit.

Learning intentions for this experience are

  • Participate in games and skill development programme.
  • Identify your own training and self-care needs.

Kōrero | Discussion

  • What physical activities keep you fit?
  • What physical activities do you enjoy the most?
  • What are your fitness and skill goals?
  • Why is diet an important part of physical fitness?

Ngā ngohe | Activities

Play the game

Participate in:

Bringing it together

Create a display, presentation and programme of events to share with whānau and others.

Include some of the following:

Connecting locally

Connecting globally

Running a world cup

Match day

  • Review the checklist you made for learning experience 3C: Before, During and After.
  • Identify actions that need to be completed on the day.
  • Refer to your risk matrix from learning experience 3C: Risk, probability and impact.
  • Manage and monitor risks.
  • Create a display which celebrates mana whenua and cultures and countries participating.
  • After the tournament it’s time to celebrate.

Media crew

Develop a documentary recording or animation.

Answer the following questions and follow up:

  • What is the event?
  • Who is the audience?
  • Do you need permission to record?
  • What roles are required to make the documentary? Who will do what? What equipment do they need?
  • What is the story you want to tell?
  • Do you need a narrator, or presenter, and a script?
  • What is the purpose of the documentary? For example, inform or entertain.

Create and share.

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