Презентация представляет приложение к научно-исследовательской работе по проблеме инвалидов и проблемами, с которыми они сталкиваются.Ученица 10 класса провела социологическое исследование и пришла к выводу, что сильные духом люди никогда не сдаются, не пасуют перед трудностями.Наша задача-помочь инвалидам в их борьбе и не воспримать их,как ущербных,вычеркнутым из полноценной жизни людей
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«They are just like us»
Mizur Secondary School
RESEARCH: “THEY ARE JUST LIKE US”
Done by: Diana Kaloeva
Teacher: L. I. Kadieva
The Disabled People. Who are they?
People with disabilities share the same basic needs that every human has including the need to feel productive and useful. People with disabilities want to be judged for who they are, not what they look like or talk like.
Famous Disabled People
Robin Williams was diagnosed to be suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD) as a child.
Christopher Reeve, crippled after a horse-riding injury
Thomas Edison was deaf. He couldn’t
read until he was 12
Albert Einstein had a learning
disability. He didn’t speak until
he was three.
Walt Disney, Cartoonist - learning disability
Leonardo Da Vinci,
Painter / Sculptor – learning disability
Admiral Lord Nelson lost and eye
and an arm in battle
Ludwig von Beethoven, Composer - Asthma, hearing impairment
Erik Weihenmayer - blindness
Helen Keller was born deaf, blind and
could not speak.
Ludwig van Beethoven
Beethoven is widely regarded as one of the greatest composers in history. He gave his first public performance as a pianist when he was only 8 years old. He studied in Vienna under the guidance of Mozart. By his mid-twenties he had earned a name for himself as a great pianist known for unpredictable and brilliant improvisations. In the year 1796 Beethoven began losing his hearing.
In spite of his illness he immersed himself in his work and created some of the greatest works of music. Beethoven’s finest works are also the finest works of their kind in music history: the 9th Symphony, the 5th Piano Concerto, the Violin Concerto, the Late Quartets, and his Missa Solemnis. And he achieved all this despite being completely deaf for the last 25 years or so of his life.
Helen Adams Keller was an American author, political activist and lecturer. She was the first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. The story of how Keller’s teacher, Annie Sullivan, broke through the isolation imposed by a near complete lack of language, allowing the girl to blossom as she learned to communicate, has become known worldwide through the dramatic depictions of the play and film The Miracle Worker. Sullivan taught Helen to communicate by spelling words into her hand, beginning with d-o-l-l for the doll that she had brought her as a present. A prolific author, Keller was well traveled and was outspoken in her opposition to war. She campaigned for women’s suffrage, workers’ rights, and socialism, as well as many other progressive causes. In 1920, she helped to found the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Keller and Sullivan traveled to over 39 countries, making several trips to Japan and becoming a favorite of the Japanese people. Keller met every US President from Grover Cleveland to Lyndon B. Johnson and was friends with many famous figures, including Alexander Graham Bell, Charlie Chaplin, and Mark Twain.
On May 25, 2001, Erik Weihenmayer became the only blind man in history to reach the summit of the world's highest peak - Mount Everest. On August 20, 2008, when he stood on top of Carstenz Pyramid, the tallest peak in Austral-Asia, Weihenmayer completed his quest to climb the Seven Summits - the highest mountains on each of the seven continents. Erik is joined by fewer than 100 mountaineers who have accomplished this feat. Additionally, he has scaled El Capitan, a 3300-foot overhanging granite monolith in Yosemite; Lhosar, a 3000-foot ice waterfall in the Himalayas; and a difficult and rarely climbed rock face on 17,000-foot Mt. Kenya
In September, 2003, Erik joined 320 stellar athletes from 17 countries to compete in the Primal Quest, the richest and toughest multi-sport adventure race in the world: 457 miles through the Sierra Nevada's, nine days, sixty thousand feet of elevation gain, and no time-outs. Averaging only two hours of sleep a night, Erik and his team surged past the finish line on Lake Tahoe, becoming one of the 42 teams to cross the finish line out of the 80 teams that began.
The precursor to what we now know as the Paralympic Games was an event organized by Sir Ludwig Guttman in 1948. He organized a competition in Stoke Mandeville, in the United Kingdom, for Second World War veterans with spinal injuries. He believed that sport was good for both morale and rehabilitation. This event was very successful, and by 1960 it had evolved to an Olympic-stye Games with participants from all over the world.
Children With Disability
One widely cited source estimates that 150 million children worldwide live with disabilities .
People who are close to them are always near. They are fighting, love, suffering, struggling with them.
Paintings of blind children
Films about disabled people
United Nations' International Day of Persons with Disabilities
International Day of People with Disability (December 3) is an international observance promoted by the United Nations since 1992. It has been celebrated with varying degrees of success around the planet.
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