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Old 01-10-2012, 02:38 PM
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Default Shc33 Outcome 1.2 And 1.3

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Find focussed support for this criteria and unit here - SHC 33
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1.3 Explain how inclusive practice promotes equality and supports diversity.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:53 PM
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if someone is always been treated negatively how do you think they feel? conversely if someone is always being treated better than others what are the consequences?

inclusive practice is what YOU do give loads of example and explain why you do them and how they support eq and div
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Old 03-02-2012, 07:15 PM
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1.2 Describe the potential effects of discrimination

Forms Of Discrimination Are Gender, age, disability, sexuality, race, culture, religion ,poverty, education, personal features and English Is not first language. .
In Castel Green Children Centre we promote equal opportunity and we respect all the children and their families. . We help children that English is not their first language to settle and adapt to our setting. Example (reading and singing in their language)

Discrimination against a child with special needs makes a child who is very often different to other children; feel even more isolated and different to other children. Very often children with special needs have a very difficult time trying to fit in with other children especially if they are in a mainstream school. All children can be very cruel to another and should be raised to understand that everyone is different Example In our setting we promote inclusion and we treat everyone the same and explain to other children “we are alike but different.”

There are four areas of potential effect of discrimination

Physical- , Signs of poor health may manifest. Subject could also initiate physical harm to self, attempting suicide, cutting, etc.
Emotional - Emotional scars seem to run deep and are not healed easily. Could become to believe that persecutors are right, leading to a loss of self worth. Could lead to physical signs of trauma
Social -. Could lead to more emotional harm, physical harm, intellectual harm, etc.
Intellectual - Due to unsafe behaviors
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Hi I'm on SCH33 -1.2 and this is how my tutor has asked me and im kinda stuck on what to write:
In this task I will be exploring and talking about the potential effects of discrimination on four areas: Themselves, Family Unit, The source of the discrimination and the wider community.
 How discrimination will affect the child themselves?:

 How discrimination will affect the child's family unit?:

 How those who are the source of the discrimination could be affected:

 How the wider community might be affected when discrimination takes?:
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Old 07-18-2015, 09:29 PM
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HI, i am really stuck on this question

explain how inclusive practice promotes equality and support diversity

any help is much appreciated
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