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Unit 4 Special EducationUnit 4 Special EducationUnit 4 Special Education

Unit 4 Special EducationUnit 4 Special EducationUnit 4 Special Education
Unit 4 Special EducationUnit 4 Special EducationUnit 4 Special Education
Unit 4 Special EducationUnit 4 Special EducationUnit 4 Special Education

Unit 4 Special Education –

Before You Read a) Schools for disabled children are called special schools. Name some special schools you know. Example Nguyen Dinh Chieu Special School for the Blin1. These two persons are using their fingers to read. Guess their disability.2. The people in the picture are using their hands to express what they mean. Guess their disability.J : : 3. These dots represent the alphabet of a language fork m in r S tthe blind. What is theO p q . :. : : name of the language? u V W x y z42 it Special Education c) Oliz 1. What do you call the people who cannot see? 2. What do you call the people who cannot hear? 3. What do you call the people who cannot speak? Reading Text Read the text and do the tasks that follow.HELEN KELLER (1880 – 1968)Even more amazing than the wonders of nature are theowers of the spirit р – HELEN KELLERAt the age of six, the half-wild, deaf, and blind Helen Keller was taken by her parents to see Dr. Alexander Graham Bell to find some way of helping her. As a result of the visit, she met her first and lasting teacher Anne Mansfield Sullivan a year later, on March 3, 1887. It was Ms. Sullivan, a dedicated and loving teacher, who helped Helen break through her world of silence.Darkness began to melt from her mind from the day Ms. Sullivan was steadily pumping cool water into one of Helen’s hands while repeatedly tapping out an alphabet code of five letters in the other – first slowly then rapidly. The scene was repeated again and again as young Helen painstakingly struggled. Suddenly the signals crossed Helen’s43 consciousness with a meaning. She knew that “w-a-t-e-r” meant something cool flowing over her hand. By nightfall, Helen had learned 30 words. She proved so gifted that she soon learned the fingertip alphabet and shortly afterward to write. In six short months, she knew625 words.44By the age of 10, Helen had mastered Braille as well as the manual alphabet and even learned to use the typewriter. By the time she was 16, Helen could speak well enough to go to preparatory school and to college. In 1904 she graduated “cum laude’ from Radcliffe College. Her beloved and patient teacher stayed with her through those years, interpreting lectures and class discussion to her. Helen Keller, the poor little girl of twenty years before, became one of history’s remarkable women. She dedicated her life to improving theconditions of the blind and the deaf-blind around the world, lecturing in more than 25 countries on all major continents. Wherever she appeared, she brought new courage to millions of blind people.a) Put the following events of Helen Keller’s life into chronological order. The first one has been done for you.S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SSASSShe met Dr. Alexander Graham Bell. She graduated from Radcliffe College. She gave lectures and traveled to many countries. She learned Braille. She became blind and deaf. , She was born in 1880.She met Anne Sullivan. Unit 4. Special Education b) Which of the following ideas is not mentioned in the first and second paragraphs.” A. At six, Helen Keller could not see, hear, or speak. B. Her parents took her to an expert to help her, C. “Water’ was the first word she learned. D. She learned more than 600 words in six months. c) Answer the following questions. 1. What happened to Helen at the age of six? 2. How old was she when she first met Anne Sullivan? 3. What kind of language had Helen Keller learned before Braille? 4. What does the phrase “cum laude” in the third paragraph mean? 5. What was the role of Anne Sullivan during Helen’s years at college? d) Work in groups to discuss 1. Helen Keller’s disabilities and her efforts to overcome them2. The significance of Helen Keller’s successΩ LSTENINGa) There are 50 states in the USA. Work with a partner to locate the states of New York and Alabama on the following map.THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA45 b) Listen to the first part of the recording about a special school in the United States and fill in the blanks, 1. Name of school 2. Students disabilities 3. Year of foundation 4. Year the school name changed S S LLL LL LL L GGLL S C LLL LLGLLLLSS S SSS S LSLGG S LL LLLCCL S L S be true (T) or false (F). Check (Y) the appropriate boxes. Then correct the false statements,FT The institute’s name is Alabama Institute for the D Deaf and Blind.. It was founded in 1898. D It does not have regional centers.2D D D. Disabled children and adults aged 3 – 21 can adjust to a new way of life through special D D programs particularly developed for them.d) Listen to the whole recording again. In groups, discuss and prepare an oral report of each part in front of the class.SPEAKING Giving Opinions on the Problems of Disabled Children a) A and B are talking about B’s friend, a visually impaired girl. Read the dialogue and fill in the blanks with (sp) si A: What’s wrong with your friend in the picture?B: Well, she has (1) things. She has to use a (2) to go around.I TIL LI TILA: Does she go to school?B: Oh, yes. She attends a special school in her locality.A: How can she study if she cannot (3)B: Well, she learns (4) Un al Special Educationo difficulty seeingswalking stickThe blind a Braille, a pattern of raised dots that are felt with fingers to help the blind read a difficulty hearing and speaking The mute o hearing aids and deaf a Sign language and gestures are used to communicateinstead of spoken languageb) Work in pairs to talk about a mute and deaf student in the same way as the dialogue above.c) In groups, discuss the problems of the deaf and the nute in their daily life and how they overcome them.WRITING طلبہFilling a Registration FormP.O Box 4.0661 NAROBI, GPO-00100, pe, KENYA, sLANGUAGE CENTER LTD | Eas”^”* 二。THE Te: 254-20-569531/2 or 254-20-570610/2Fax: +254-20-569533ML/ E-mail: tlc (abidili, COmOnline at: www.language-cntricom/EXAMINATION REGISTRATION FORM (TOEFL, SAT, GRE, GMAT)NB: Please do not use any other name in the course of your studies at THE LANGUAGE CENTER other than the ones you put in No. 1 below. Thank yout – =STUDENT’S DATA1. NAME (LAST, FIRST) SS2. Date 3. SEX. Maleo Female O4. Age 5. Post Office Box. No.6. Tel. No. 7. Nationality47 a) Tran Linh and Linda, a Clerk af the registration office of the International School of English, are talking on the phone. Read the dialogue and fill in the form.Linda.Tran Linh:Linda.Tram Linh:Linda.Tran Linh:Linda.Tram Linh:Linda.Good morning. International School of English. What can I do for you, sir? Good morning. Well, I would like to register for an English course. Can you give me some information concerning such courses at your school? Certainly, sir. There are many courses such as General English, Intensive English, International Business English, TOEFL, IELTS, and TOEIC. Which course are you interested in? I’m sorry. Would you say the names of the courses again. slowly, please? Sure. General English, Intensive English, International Business English, TOEFL, IELTS, and TOEIC. Which course are you interested in, sir? Thank you. I’d like to take the TOEFL. How can I register for this course, please? Could you come and get the registration form at the office? Or you can give us your contact address so that we can send it to you. That’s very kind of you. Would you send the registration form to my address – 555, Nguyen Chi Thanh, Da Nang. My telephone number is 05-8.356111. Would you say your address again, sir? … Thank you for calling. Have a good day, sir.Unit 4. Special EducationLLLLLL LLL LLLL SS LLLLLLLLS LLLLLL LLLLLL REGISTRATION FORM Personal Details mily Name – First Name(s): – Date of Birth: . . . . . .- HomeAddress. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – Home Country. . . . . . . . . . . . . . – Telephone: . . . . . . . . . . .S LLLSLLLLLLLS – Sex: MD FO – Occupation: – – – – – – S S S – Passport Number. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Course Details – Check (v) the course you are interested in. O GENERAL ENGLISH D INTENSIVE ENGLISH D INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSENGLISH O ACADEMIC ENGLISH COURSE (SCHOOL)D IELTS D TOEICSignatureby Read the text and complete the questionnaire with information about Nguyen Thi.Nguyen Thigoes to Le Quy Don High School. She is 16 years old and her birthday is October 21st. There are many evening classes at a school near her home. People can learn a variety of courses, such as music, cooking, home economics, foreign languages, and basic computer programs. Nguyen Thienrolls in an English class at the school because she needs to improve her English. She plans to get a scholarship to study in an English-speaking country. On the first day of her English class, Nguyen Thi has to fill out a questionnaire handed out by her English instructor.4TIENGANH10(NC)-A 49 P}{U DONG LANGUAGE CENTERName: Date of birth. Why do you take this course?How long have you learned English?Which language(s) do you speak?LANGUAGE FOCUSWord Study Adjectives Used as NounsSSSL L LS S SLS SLSLSLS S S S S S LLLLLLL L L S S CCCCS S LLL S S LL adjective 1. There are many blind children around the WOTICI.2. In special schools for the blind, educational programs have been developed to help them learn how to adjust to a new way of life.3. Blind students learn how to read or Write in Braille.4. New technology can even help the blind break through their dark World.50 4.TIENGANH10(NC)-B | S | |S S S SLSSLL LSS CCCCC SS S CSC CCLS SLLLS SLLL L S9de 10. The title of the movie is Have the dihave a lot of experience of life and can deal with most situations. old the old. He gets tired of eating the same things for breakfast.3. In my opinion, miniskirts are strictly for youngth e young 4. The bird flew back to the nest to feed her. He was enough to face strong criticism.brave have no fear. the bravedisabled 7. My uncle is a war veteran. the disabled 8. in my neighborhood are well cared for by the authorities.. He was found of a heart attack. ad ead Returned.”Grammarα) PA: What kind of language Helen Keller (1)Revision of the Past Simple and the Past PerfectExampleHelen knew that “w-a-t-e-r” meant something cool flowing over her hand. By nightfall, she had learned 30 words.ut the verbs in parentheses into the correct form.before Braille’?(learn)B. It (2) a kind of sign language. Do you remember the wayAnn Sullivan (3) the alphabet in Helen’s hand to teach her the word “water”? (be, tap out)51A: Oh, yeah. And by nightfall Helen (4) 30 words. (learnB. Exactly. She (5) so gifted that she (6) learn 625 words within six months. (be, canA. So… when she (7) Braille learnB. When she (8) ten… as I remember. beb) Read part of the letter that Mai wrote to Lee, her penpal in Korea, and fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verbs in the box. One verb can be used twice.be have plan take visitarrive inform show tell Dear Cee‘Yesterday we (1) a special school near my neighborhood. We (2) the school principal a week before, so fie (3) a special program for our visit. When we (4) at the schoolgate, a teacher was there to greet us and (5) us to tsie principals office. After a briefing, the principal (6) us around the schoos 6uilding, and finally, to the auditorium where an interesting shouv uvas tavaiting for us. Me (7) a pleasant surprise and were very touched when hearing and seeing 6lind students sing and dance. They (8) SO good at singing and dancing. The principal (9) us that these students (10) at the school for only six months, yet they are very competent. They fave beenlearning various subjects such as Braille, mathematics, writing, physical education, arts, standicrafts, and walking courses, Mai52Complete the sentences, using the verbs in the past simple or the past perfect. 1. When I was young 2. Helen Keller was a gifted and patient woman 3. The guest speaker gave a talk 4. He had been at this special school before 5. After he had finished middle School in his town,

 

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