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Unit 4. Special education

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Match the words in column A with the words in column B
Unit 4: Special Education
Lesson 25: Speaking
Giving Opinions on the Problems of Disabled Children
Words and phrases
Unit 4: Special Education
Lesson 25 Speaking
Giving Opinions on the Problems of Disabled Children
Hearing aids (n) : Tools are used to help hear better
Visually impaired (a): Having problems with seeing
Sign language (n) : The use of gesture to communicate
instead of spoken language ( Ng«n ng÷ cö chØ )
Raised dots (n)
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Task a: A and B are talking about B’s friend , a visually impaired girl .Read the dialogue and fill the blanks with necessary words/ phrases from the table

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 .
A: Does she go to school?
B: Oh, yes. She attends a special school in her locality.
A: How can she study if she can not (3) ______ ?
B: Well, she learns (4) __________________
1 difficulty seeing
2 walking stick
3 see
4 Braille, a pattern of raised dots that are felt with fingers to help the blind read
Task b. Work in pair to talk about mute and deaf students in the same way as the dialogue above. Using the following suggestions
What / wrong / the people/ picture?
Well, they / have / difficulty/ hear / speak. They / have/ use/ hearing aids/ listen/ when / talk / other people.
Do / they / go / school?
Oh, yes. They attend/a special school their / neighborhood.
A . How / they / study / if they / not / hear / speak?
B. They / sign language.
Task c: In groups, discuss the following questions
1. What problems do the blind often have in their life?
How do they overcome them?
What should you do to help them?
2. What problems do the deaf and the mute often have in their life?
How do they overcome them?
What should you do to help them?
Homework
Write a 80- word paragraph about the problems of the disabled and their attempts to overcome them.
Prepare : Writing part
Unit 4: Special Education
Lesson 24: Listening
Choose the best answer by circling its corresponding letter A, B, or C
1. The new York Institution was __________ for the blind.
founded B finding C found
2. He has moved to a new town . He is learning how to ________ to a way of life
change B. adjust C. control
3. To __________ the land , the farmers use fertilizers.
A. enlarge B enrich C. endanger

Task b: Listen to the first part of the recording about the special school in the United States and fill in the blank
Name of the school ________________
Students’ disabilities ________________
3. Year of foundation ______
4. Year the name changed _____________
The new York institution for the blind
Blindness or impairment
1831
early in the 20th century
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Institute: ViÖn , n¬i dïng ®Ó nghiªn cøu vµ gi¶ng d¹y c¸c chuyªn ®Ò
Task c: Listen to the second part of the recording . The following statements can be true ( T) or ( false). Check (√ ) the appropriate boxes. Then correct the false statements
1. The institute’s name is Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind.

2. It was founded in 1898.

3. It does not have regional centers.
4. Disabled children and adults aged 3 – 21 can adjust to a new way of life through special programs particularly developed for them.

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Fill the missing word in the blank
The new York Institution for the blind was founded in 1831 as the one of the first schools in the United States to _______ an education program for children who was blind or visually ______ . Early in the 20th century the name was changed to the New York ________ for Special Education to better reflect the school’s expanded focus and commitment to ______with a variety of disabilities
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Unit 4: Special Education
Lesson 19: Speaking
Giving Opinions on the Problems of Disabled Children
Words and phrases
Sign language (n) : the use of gestures to communicate
Instead of spoken language ( Ng«n ng÷ cö chØ )
Visually impaired (a): Having problems with seeing
Raised dots (n)
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