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Curso: Técnico/a Auxiliar de Saúde Formador(a): Cheila Rodrigues Domínio de Formação: Debater os direitos e deveres dos cidadãos FICHA INFORMATIVA/DE TRABALHO UFCD: 6663 Data: Resultados da Aprendizagem Consulta várias fontes de informação. Seleciona, organiza e sistematiza a informação recolhida. Analisa criticamente a informação. Distingue liberdade, direito e dever. Defende e exerce, em consciência, os seus direitos e deveres. Conteúdos Liberdade de expressão Liberdade de informação e liberdade de imprensa Direito à segurança e proteção Direito à igualdade de oportunidades Direito à diferença Direito à educação ao longo da vida Deveres do cidadão no respeito pelas liberdades individuais e colectivas Deveres do cidadão no respeito pelo património cultural e ambiental Deveres do cidadão no respeito pela justiça e solidariedade dos países ricos pelos países pobres ( ) Página 1 de 11 Look Into My Eyes Outlandish Look into my eyes Tell me what you see You don't see a damn thing 'cause you can't relate to me You're blinded by our differences My life makes no sense to you I'm the persecuted one You're the red, white and blue Each day you wake in tranquility No fears to cross your eyes Each day I wake in gratitude Thanking God He let me rise You worry about your education And the bills you have to pay I worry about my vulnerable life And if I'll survive another day Your biggest fear is getting a ticket As you cruise your Cadillac My fear is that the tank that has just left Will turn around and come back Yet, do you know the truth of where your money goes? Do you let your media deceive your mind? Is this a truth nobody, nobody, nobody knows Has our world gone all blind? Do you know the truth of where your money goes? Do you let your media deceive your mind? Is this a truth nobody, nobody, nobody knows? Someone tell me... Ooohh, let's not cry tonight I promise you one day it's through Ohh my brothers, Ohh my sisters Ooohh, shine a light for every soul that ain't with us no more Ohh my brothers, Ohh my sisters See I've known terror for quite some time 57 years so cruel Terror breathes the air I breathe It's the checkpoint on my way to school Terror is the robbery of my land And the torture of my mother The imprisonment of my innocent father The bullet in my baby brother The bulldozers and the tanks The gases and the guns The bombs that fall outside my door All due to your funds You blame me for defending myself Against the ways of my enemies I'm terrorized in my own land But am I the terrorist? Yet, do you know the truth of where your money goes? Do you let your media deceive your mind? Is this a truth nobody, nobody, nobody knows Has our world gone all blind? Do you know the truth of where your money goes? Do you let your media deceive your mind? Is this a truth nobody, nobody, nobody knows? Someone tell me... Ooohh, let's not cry tonight, I promise you one day it's through Ohh my brothers, Ohh my sisters, Ooohh, shine a light for every soul that ain't with us no more Ohh my brothers, Ohh my sisters, America, do you realize that the taxes that you pay Feed the forces that traumatize my every living day So if I won't be here tomorrow It's written in my fate May the future bring a brighter day The end of our wait (pause) Ooohh, let's not cry tonight, I promise you one day it's through Ohh my brothers, Ohh my sisters, Ooohh, shine a light for every soul that ain't with us no more Ohh my brothers, Ohh my sisters, Ohh let's not cry tonight I promise you one day is through Ohh my brothers! Ohh my sisters! Ooh shine a light for every Soul that ain't with us no more Ohh my brothers! Ohh my sisters! feature=relmfu Página 2 de 11 Página 3 de 11 Página 4 de 11 Página 5 de 11 CHILD LABOUR This story is from Lahore in Pakistan where children work in the brick making industry to pay off a debt owed by their family. This is known as bonded labour which is the most widespread form of slavery in the world today. My name is Ashique. I am 11 years old and have been working in the brick kilns for the past six years with my father and three brothers. My father borrowed 20,000 rupees (about 400) to pay for my sister s marriage and now we have to work hard to pay off the loan. I work every day except Sunday. My father, brothers and myself are paid 30 rupees (50p) for every 1000 bricks. We can make around 2, bricks in a day. Our wage is cut by 50 per cent for loan repayments. We do not understand the loan interest, which seems to be always increasing. We work from around 2am - when it is still dark - until 6 or 7pm in the evening. We have a short rest of half an hour between 7 and 8 am. I am given no time to play. My father sent me to school, but after three months the kiln owner took me out of school and put me back to work. I liked going to school. I liked being free. Source: A. Find out in the text words that have the same meaning of: 1. liquidate 2. credit 3. salary 4. growing 5. interval Página 6 de 11 B. Complete the sentences with information from the text: 1. Ashique works 2. The reason why Ashique has to work is 3. Ashique doesn t receive the entire salary because. 4. Ashique can t play because C. Answer the following questions: 1. Ashique liked school. Why do you think that he liked school so much? 2. In your opinion, who s the main responsible for Ashique early employment? Página 7 de 11 Most people would be shocked if they were accused of showing discrimination. This is because they assume that discrimination refers only to prejudice against a person for racial or religious reasons. However, without being aware of it, many of us are guilty of another kind of prejudice - discrimination against a person who is disabled. One example of this discrimination is job opportunities. There is often no reason why a person in a wheelchair cannot do a job as well as any other candidate. Yet many employers immediately cross the name of such a person off their list of potential workers, even though they have no logical explanation for such an action. Another common problem is the way we treat disabled people when we first meet them. A person with missing limbs or hearing problems is not mentally handicapped. There is no reason to avoid talking to him or her or to treat the person differently from anyone else; yet many people do. In some countries the situation has greatly improved in recent years, and there are even laws to protect the disabled. However, there is still a long way to go before disabled people are accepted as a natural part of society with the same rights as everyone else. A Choose the best answer according to the passage. 1. The author of the passage believes that: a. Religious people discriminate. b. Handicapped people discriminate. c. Handicapped people are discriminated against. 2. According to the passage: a. disabled people cannot apply for jobs. b. employers treat job candidates equally. c. disabled job applicants are sometimes rejected without a reason. Página 8 de 11 3. The author believes: a. you should act differently towards a disabled person. b. you shouldn't act differently towards a disabled person. c. disabled people are protected by law. B Decide whether the statement is true or false in the context of the passage. Justify your answer.. are handicapped. 1. People do not usually expect to be told that they discriminate. 2. Prejudice against disabled people is not a form of discrimination 3. Employers sometimes reject suitable candidates for a job because they 4. There are no countries with legal system that protects the disabled C Summarise the main idea of the passage in words D Find a word or expression in the passage which means the same as: 1.very surprised (paragraph 1) arms and legs (paragraph 3) but (paragraph 4).... E Find a word in the passage that means the opposite of: 1.innocent (paragraph 1)... 2.unusual (paragraph 3)... 3.rejected (paragraph 4)... Página 9 de 11 Exercise Match the words on the left to the meaning on the right 1. Offense A. when everyone agrees with each other or wants to stay together 2. recognition B. the quality of being united and in agreement 3. illusion C. when you remember and show respect for someone who has died 4. unity D. an idea or belief that is not true 5. remembrance E. to join together as a group 6. oneness F. when something rude makes someone upset or angry 7. unify G. when someone is publicly thanked for something good that they have done AGREEING AND DISAGREEING I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. S.G. Tallentyre War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength. George Orwell, 1984 Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves. Abraham Lincoln Better to die fighting for freedom then be a prisoner all the days of your life. Bob Marley Freedom is what we do with what is done to us. Jean-Paul Sartre Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous. Albert Einstein God has no religion. Mahatma Gandhi In heaven, all the interesting people are missing. Friedrich Nietzsche Página 10 de 11 Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing In English conversations, people often say that they agree or disagree with each other. There are many ways of agreeing or disagreeing and the one you use depends on how strongly you agree or disagree. Here's a list of some common expressions. Stating an opinion Asking for an opinon Expressing agreement Expressing disagreement Interruptions Settling an argument In my opinion... The way I see it... If you want my honest opinion... According to... As far as I'm concerned... If you ask me... What's your idea? How do you feel about that? Do you have anything to say about this? What do you think? Do you agree? I agree with you 100 percent. I couldn't agree with you more. That's so true. That's for sure. You're absolutely right. Absolutely. That's exactly how I feel. // Exactly. I'm afraid I agree with... No doubt about it. (agree with negative statement) Me neither. I suppose so./i guess so. I was just going to say that. I don't think so. (strong) No way. I'm afraid I disagree. (strong) I totally disagree. Not necessarily. That's not always true. That's not always the case. No, I'm not so sure about that. When you disagree with someone in English, you can often sound more polite by using a phrase such as I'm afraid Can I add something here? If I might add something... Sorry to interrupt, but... (after accidentally interrupting someone) Sorry, go ahead. OR Sorry, you were saying... (after being interrupted) You didn't let me finish. Let's just move on, shall we? Let's drop it. I think we're going to have to agree to disagree. (sarcastic) Whatever you say./if you say so. Página 11 de 11
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