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Explore the concepts of active and passive cooling, and learn about how they are being utilised in the state-of-the-art stadiums being built for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM.
The resources below make up a one-hour session. You can pick and choose elements to suit your students or you can download the complete lesson.
Lesson plan: Cool Designs
An exploration of the topic of cooling technologies, designed for students aged 12-13 and 13-14. This lesson covers the subject areas of science, and design and technology.
Presentation: Cool Designs
Visual aids, on-screen discussion points and hidden teacher notes to help with delivery.
Discover what it means to be a community and how the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ is bringing people together. Ages: 10-12. Subject: Citizenship.
Creating A Winning Team
Demonstrate how the skills and personal qualities needed by workers and volunteers for the tournament can also help students in their future careers. Ages: 16-18. Subjects: Careers, English.
Recognise and appreciate the value of volunteering, both for the individual and for society, especially at a complex mega-event like the FIFA World Cup™.
Explore the exciting new frontier of clothing technology, focusing on the innovative techniques and technologies used to keep workers in Qatar cool while they prepare for the FIFA World Cup™. Ages: 10-13. Subjects: Science, Citizenship.
Discover Qatar’s compact hosting plans and the important role volunteers will play in helping to deliver the tournament. Ages: 13-15. Subject: Maths.
Learn about the ways in which the SC is supporting workers’ health and welfare, including the creation of the Workers’ Cup. Ages: 11-13. Subject: Citizenship.
Voluntary Work for Social Change
Understand how volunteerism drives social change, both at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ and in society at large, as well as the profound impact such work has on the volunteers themselves.