The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™
Explore the history of Qatar's groundbreaking bid to host the FIFA World Cup 2022™, see how international fans will travel to the tournament and look at the teams who could be battling it out.
These toolkits provide resources for a one-hour session. Each one is intended for two separate age groups, so you can build on students’ learning over two years. Each includes a curriculum-linked lesson plan, presentation, worksheets, information sheets and quizzes. You can use the theme film as an introduction to the topic.
Explore how organising data and calculating measures of central tendency can shape predictions about team performance at the FIFA World Cup™. Ages: 13-15. Subject: Maths.
Help students to figure out how fans will make their way to Qatar from around the world – using measurements and conversion between units – and visit Qatar’s unique FIFA World Cup™ stadiums. Ages: 8-10. Subject: Maths.
Teach students how our preparations for the FIFA World Cup 2022™ – and the legacy it will leave behind – will contribute to Qatar’s development and benefit local communities. Ages: 16-18. Subject: Geography.
Students utilise their writing skills and knowledge of Qatar’s top attractions to create the perfect itinerary for tourists visiting Qatar during the FIFA World Cup 2022™. Ages: 12-14. Subjects: Arabic/English, Citizenship, Geography.
Explore how Qatar’s compact hosting plan and new, state-of-the-art infrastructure keeps fans’ journeys short, helping them to make the most of their FIFA World Cup™ experience. Ages: 13-15. Subjects: Maths, Design and Technology.