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Конспект мероприятия в рамках проекта"Самый большой урок в мире"- "Школа для всех"

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Проектный урок по английскому языку «The school for everybody»


Цели и задачи проекта :

. выработать у учащихся правильное и разумное отношение к

инвалидам;

привлечь внимание учащихся к проблемам детей-инвалидов;

способствовать развитию нравственных качеств учащихся.


Оборудование: проектор, экран, ноутбук, запись документального фильма «Клеймо»



HOW WE CAN HELP DISABLED PEOPLE


Teacher:


Today we’ll speak about great problem of our society, about

persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and

cultural life.


Host 1

Now let’s look at the screen.

(slide 1)

Getting a job or education, travelling between home and work, going for a

drink or to the cinema with friends are activities most of us take for granted.

But for too many disabled people these ordinary aspects of life remain

difficult to achieve.

Disabled people remain more likely to live in poverty, to have fewer

educational qualifications, to be out of work and experience prejudice and

abuse. They still routinely find themselves experiencing poorer services.


Host 2

(slide 2)

Disability should be distinguished from impairment and ill health.

A clear distinction needs to be made between disability, impairment and illhealth.

Impairments are long-term characteristics of an individual that affect

their functioning and/or appearance. Ill health is the short term or long-term

consequence of disease or sickness. Many people who have an impairment or

ill health would not consider themselves to be disabled.


Host 1

(slide 3)

Disabled people face a wide range of barriers

The types of barriers faced by disabled people include:

attitudinal, for example among disabled people themselves and among

employers, health professionals and service providers;

policy, resulting from policy design and delivery which do not take disabled

people into account;

physical, for example through the design of the built environment, transport

systems, etc.;

those linked to empowerment, as a result of which disabled people are not

listened to, consulted or involved.


Host 2

(slide 4)

The population of disabled people is large…

It is estimated that there are about 13 million disabled people in Russia.

Many of these people would not define themselves as disabled. The majority

of these people experience low level impairments – wheelchair users, blind

people and Deaf people make up an important minority.

and diverse

(slide 5)

The population of disabled people is highly diverse. It includes people from all

age groups and across the income and education spectrum.

Older people are more likely to be disabled than younger people, but over the

past thirty years the incidence of disability has risen fastest amongst children

though it is not clear to what extent this simply reflects increased reporting.

Among adults there are increasing numbers of people reporting mental illness

and behavioural disorders, while the number of people reporting physical

impairments is decreasing.




Host 3

(slide 6)

Disabled people experience disadvantage in many aspects of daily life

Compared with non-disabledpeople, disabled people are:

more likely to live in poverty –the income of disabled people is, on average,

less than half of that earned by non disabled people;

less likely to have educational qualifications – disabled people are more

likely to have no educational qualifications;

more likely to be economically inactive – only one in two disabled people

of working age are currently in employment, compared with four out of five

non-disabled people;

more likely to experience problems with hate crime or harassment – a

quarter of all disabled people say that they have experienced hate crime or

harassment, and this number rises to 47% of people with mental health

conditions;

more likely to experience problems with housing – nine out of ten families

with disabled children have problems with their housing;

more likely to experience problems with transport – the issue given most

often by disabled people as their biggest challenge.


Host 1

(slide 7)

The extent of the disadvantage is especially acute for some specific

groups of disabled people

Disabled people often experience multiple forms of labour market

disadvantage:

More than 40% of disabled people are low-skilled

Around 25% of disabled people of working age are over-50yrs

Around 10% are from ethnic minority ethnic groups

For these groups there can be cumulative problems which add up to an even

bigger impact on their life chances and quality of life.


Host 2

(slide 8)

Let’s help them to change their lives!

Disabled people should have full opportunities and choices to improve their

quality of life, and will be respected and included as equal members of society.

Steps should be taken to improve the provision of advice, housing and

transport options for disabled people

Technology offers many different ways to help people with disabilities

lead more normal lives. Devices that help them perform an activity are

called assistive technology. Assistive technology can help people reach

their personal and professional goals.

It is needed to improve the labour market status of disabled people.

Steps should be taken to improve the employability of disabled people.

The government should support disabled young people and their

families through the transition to adulthood.


Host 3

(slide 9)

Giving children with disabilities a brighter tomorrow!

Many people assume that a child or young person with a disability would

automatically receive the equipment they need. Sadly, this is not the case.

Many families are unable to get the help they need from local health

authorities for major items related to their child’s disabilities such as

specialized mobility equipment. This means that because of budget

constraints or delays, many families have no alternative but to purchase the

items themselves, if they can afford it.

We can help such children to get the equipment and aids they need. There are

a lot of organizations ready to provide such help. You may join them and you

may also make a donation through different SMS- or NET services like

«Добро».

(slide 10)

Here is the list of some of these organizations.

«Союз благотворительных организаций России»

Русфонд (адресная помощь тжелобольным детям)

Интернет-фонд «Помоги.org»

«Российский фонд милосердия и здоровья»(программа

«Милосердие – детям» - онкология,

ВПС, опрно-двигательный аппарат, ДЦП и т.д.)

Доброе сердце (Фонд помощи больным детям)

«Помоги делом»

"Подари жизнь!"


Teacher

(slide 11)

In the conclusion I’d like to quote Margaret Mead, who was an American

cultural anthropologist. Once she said:

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change

the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has!” Margaret Mead

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