The road to 2022
With visitors coming from all over the world for the FIFA World Cup 2022™, Qatar needs its young people to be good citizens and respectful of cultural differences. The Road to 2022 toolkits help students to recognise their rights and responsibilities – and how they can best welcome the world in 2022.
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, PowerPoint presentation, worksheets, information sheets and quizzes. You can use the theme film as an introduction to the topic.
Design a Stadium
Using this toolkit, students will plan their own community hub by designing a stadium that will have long-lasting utility for the surrounding community. Ages: 16-18. Subjects: Citizenship, Geography, Design and Technology.
A Caring Community
Lead students in a discussion around the concepts of empathy and respect – and the importance of morality in delivering an amazing FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. Ages: 10-14. Subjects: Citizenship, English.
The World Comes To Qatar (Bid)
Qatar’s journey to the FIFA World Cup™ 2022 began with that bidding process in 2009. See how a bid document is put together, and learn how Qatar brought the event to the Middle East for the first time.
A Tournament For Everyone
Discover the concepts of rights and responsibilities, what these may include and the importance of learning to balance both while being respectful of cultural differences. Ages: 12-14. Subjects: Citizenship, English.
Test students' understanding of polygons and other geometrical shapes that form an integral part of the iconic stadium designs for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. Ages: 12-14. Subject: Maths.
Accessibility - A Tournament for Everybody
Discover the efforts of Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy towards the delivery of accessable tournament for FIFA World Cup 2022™.