logging in or signing up Children’s Rights aSGuest75751 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 925 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: November 18, 2010 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Children’s Rights : Children’s Rights Unit 10 Slide 2: Analyze the pictures and discuss the following questions with your classmates: I.I- In which of the pictures do you think the childrens are Brazilian? Picture 1 [ ] Picture 2 [ ] Picture 3 [ ] Picture 4 [x] B) Why do you think they are Brazilian? R: Because the landscape is tipic of Brazil. Slide 3: I.2 – Look at picture 3. Are they students from a public or a private school? Public [x] private [ ] B) Why do you think so? R: Because the children is begars. Slide 4: I.3 Look at the picture 1. Do you think he studies at a public or a private school? Public [ ] private [x] B) Why do you think so? R: Because in the picture 1, I see luxy and in public school is very rare. Slide 5: I.4 Look at the picture 2. Why do you think she needs to carry a heavy sack on her sholders? R: To sustain myself. B) Do you think goes to school? R: Not because he spends his days working C) Why is she barefoot (descalça)? R: Not afford to buy shoe. Slide 6: I.5 – Look at the picture 4. What is the boy doing? R: Working brutally. B) Why do you think he needs to work in a coal kiln (forno de carvão)? R: To help his family. Slide 7: I.6 – In wich pictures can we perceive disrespect for children’s rights? Picture 1 [ ] Picture 2 [ ] Picture 3 [ ] Picture 4 [x] Slide 8: I.7- Do you have to work hard to survive? R: Not, because my family has good conditions. I.8 – Do you know any child in your city that is submitted to hard work? R: I don’t know, but is one city calm. Slide 9: I.9- What can you do for the children that are submitted to hard work in your city? R: Have in hands one ideal and collect the best conditions. Children’s Rights : Children’s Rights All children have rights. All children have the right to grow up healthy and with dignity. All children have the right to a name and nationality. All children have the right to food and housing. All children have the right to medical services and medicine if they are sick. Slide 11: 6. All children have the right to be taken care of by parents or familly members and the government. 7. All children have the right to go school, to play, and to learn to be responsible and useful. 8. All children have the right not to work before na appropriate minium age. Slide 12: 3- Match the columns to learn the vocabulary of the children’s right sheet above? 3.1 – Medicane 3.2 – To take care of 3.3 – Housing 3.4 – Healthy 3.5 – Sick 3.6 – To grow up Slide 13: (3.5) To change from being a baby to being an adult. (3.2) Physical atrong and not sick. (3.6) Building or place for people to live in. (3.1) Remedy ir medicament. (3.4) The opposite of healthy. (3.3) To protect or to be responsible for someone. Slide 14: 4- Look at the child in picture 4 above, and give your opinion about the rigHts he has and the ones he probably doesn’t have: Slide 15: Right he has: R: The boy have playing video game. One girl have sack in the neck. Children’s have study in school public. Children’s have work of form desnature. Slide 16: Rights he probaly doesn’t have: The boy not at video game. He girl not one work survive. Children not criminal atack. Boys and girls not work is tense. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.