Education Package

Lesson Plans

For this package, more than 20 teaching patterns have been prepared based on the ages of
students, levels of athletes, locations of use, and objectives, etc.

Youth & School Children / Student

Lesson Plan A – Be the Real Champion "I discover various values of sport"

Aim
1. To show an interest in learning about sport values

2. To discover various values of sport (e.g. Excellence, Friendship, Respect)*and explain what the values are
*Excellence, Friendship, Respect: Three key words that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) publicly identified as values of sport. These are used as examples herein; possible to use other examples our values

3. To understand that sport and society have mutual influences

4. To exchange opinions regarding the interrelation between sport, society and one's own daily life
Phase
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TARGET Youth & School Children / Student
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN School
HOW Face to Face Session
Time Table
45

Lesson Plan B – Be the Real Champion "I discover various values of sport and reflect them in my own daily life"

Aim
1. To have an interest in considering sport values from various perspectives, and intend to actively work on
them

2. To understand various factors influencing sport values

3. To have an interest in sport values to be strengthened, and exchange opinions and positively work towards
solving the issues in sport presented

4. To compare the opinion of others with one's own opinion, and discuss now the values of sport can be
protected and developed, and explain them to others
Phase
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TARGET Youth & School Children / Student
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN School
HOW Face to Face Session
Time Table
45-60

Lesson Plan C – Be the Real Champion "I bring ideas to protect and develop values of sport and reflect them in my own daily life"

Aim
1. To think to apply the activities and actions based on various values of sport to one's own daily life

2. To understand various factors influencing sport values, and those factors are related to non-sport factors

3. To have an interest in sport values to be strengthened

4. To Introduce own ideas for actions and activities to protect sport values and compare them with other's opinion to discuss

5. To introduce specific examples to protect sport values and solve the issues in sport presented
Phase
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TARGET Youth & School Children / Student
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN School
HOW Face to Face Session
Time Table
50-60

Be the Role Model "I feel, discover, and express power of sport"

Aim
1. To feel the power (good thing) of sport, and can explain it in own words

2. To think about the power (good thing) of sport and share ideas
Phase
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TARGET Youth & School Children / Student
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN School
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
60-90

Be the Role Model "I feel, discover power of sport"

Aim
1. To feel the power (good thing) of sport, and explain it in own words

2. To think about the power (good thing) of sport, explain it in own words, and share one's thoughts

3. To discover the power (good thing) of sport that connects to daily life

4. To reflect the power (good thing) of sport in daily life, and explain how to express it through one's behavior
Phase
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TARGET Youth & School Children / Student
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN School
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
60-90

Be the Role Model "I feel, discover, and express values of sport"

Aim
1. To think about the power of sport, and explain in own words

2. To discuss for further actions to protect and develop the power of sport, and explain them to others

3. To realize that the power of sport can be reflected in the society and create a better world, and we can take actions to protect the power of sport
Phase
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TARGET Youth & School Children / Student
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN School
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
45

Sport is FUN!! "I have fun and create our sport"

Aim
1. To enjoy sport with all

2. To express the good things about sport in own words
Phase
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TARGET Youth & School Children / Student
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Community Activity
HOW Activity Session
Time Table
60

Values of Sport & My Life "I think through values of sport"

Aim
1. To enjoy "New MO!"

2. To think and express the values of sport through "New MO!"

3. To discover what you want to embrace the values of sport

▶ Add if Lesson Plan A (School/Community : Lecture Style) cannot be delivered

4. To express how to reflect the values of sport in daily life

2 Consecutive Session
After this session, continue the second lesson based on Lesson Plan A - Be the Real Champion.

Phase
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TARGET Youth & School Children / Student
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Community Activity
HOW Activity Session
Time Table
60x2

Youth Athlete

Clean Athlete, Clean Sport (For Youth Athlete) Athlete's roles and responsibilities

Aim
1. To understand World Anti-Doping Code is for all sport and all countries

2. To understand the athlete's roles and responsibilities under World Anti-Doping Code

3. To understand anti-doping rules are sport rules and be comply with the rules

4. To take action being part of the Anti-Doping Movement
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
Anti-Doping Rules
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
Sport Club
HOW Face to Face Session
Time Table
60

Fairness in Me and You "I think about fair"

Aim
1. To think about fair and unfair in sport in relation to the Olympic values

2. To understand the fairness affect not only myself but also my opponent
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
60

Be the Real Champion! ~Is it fair?~ "I think about our sport. I protect sport for the future"

Aim
1. To explain the favorite points in sport in own words

2. To recognize the power of sport and describe it in own words

3. To recognize that the power of sport can be protected and developed
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
90

Be the Real Champion! ~Playing for your best?~ "I discover and create fairness in sport"

Aim
1. To discover various viewpoints of fairness in sport

2. To explain own opinion for fairness in sport from various perspectives

3. To explain what athletes can do not only in the field of play but also in the daily life as athlete

(In case of Phase 4)

4. To discover athlete themselves can create fairness in sport and can send message on fairness in sport
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
60

Be the Real Champion! ~Roleplay~ "I think, discuss, and create fairness"

Aim
1. To recognize fairness in sport has various ways to consider

2. To express how the athlete likes to act in sport by knowing various perspectives in fairness in sport
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
60-70

Be the Real Champion! ~Find your moment~ "I think, discover, and share my Real Champion moment"

Aim
1. To acknowledge that a variety of people and organizations are involved in sport, and they have variety of standpoint and point of view respectively

2. To explain what action to be taken as an athlete in and outside of the field of play

3. To recognize that athlete's behavior is related to daily life
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
80-90

Be the Role Model! ~Create your fairness~ "I think, discuss, and create fairness as a Real Champion"

Aim
1. To discover the relationship between fairness in sport and the society

2. To explain how to act as athlete in the field of play

3. To understand fair behavior which are not necessarily stated in rules but expected to perform on unwritten rule by public

4. Think and take action by connecting self-behavior in sport with society
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
HOW Group Discussion
Time Table
80-90

Create Sport Values "I will be the Real Champion"

Aim
1. To think deeper about the values of sport through "New MO!" (new sport)

2. To create sport rules and to express the values of sport as own words
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values through Sport
WHEN Community Activity
HOW Activity Session
Time Table
90

Share the Values of Sport with All of Us "I can feel sport is for all"

Aim
1. Through "New MO!", consider the values of sport from various viewpoints and standpoint

2. To express the values of sport in own words

In advance session:
Fairness in Me and You "I think about fair"

Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values through Sport
WHEN Community Activity
HOW Activity Session
Time Table
90

"New MO!" Real Champion Challenge: Creating Sport, Creating Fair I experience, think, share, and Messages out on the values of sport

Aim
1. Think and discover the future of sport and fairness in sport through the activity

2. Through activity, think how athletes can be engaged for the future of sport

3. Send message out for the future of sport (2020 and beyond)
Phase
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TARGET Youth Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
WHEN Training Center
Sport Club
HOW Activity Session
Time Table
180

National-level Athlete

Clean Athlete, Clean Sport (For National-level Athlete) Athlete's roles and responsibilities

Aim
1. To understand the athlete's roles and responsibilities under World Anti-Doping Code

2. To understand anti-doping rules are sport rules and be comply with the rules

3. To take proactive action being part of the Anti-Doping Movement

4. To share the information on anti-doping rules with others to protect clean sport and clean athletes
Phase
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TARGET National-level Athlete
WHAT Values of Sport
Anti-Doping Rules
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
Sport Club
HOW Face to Face Session
Time Table
60

Support Personnel

For Clean Athlete, For Clean Sport Roles and Responsibilities of Athlete and Support Personnel

Aim
1. To understand the athlete's roles and responsibilities under World Anti-Doping Code

2. To understand the roles and responsibilities of Support Personnel under World Anti-Doping Code

3. To explain/introduce anti-doping rules and athlete's roles and responsibilities to athletes

4. To be influencial on athlete values acting as role model
Phase
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TARGET Support Personnel
WHAT Values of Sport
Anti-Doping Rules
WHEN Training Center/Training Camp
Sport Club
HOW Face to Face Session
Time Table
60
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