دليل المعلم 2020 2021 تربية أخلاقية منهج إنجليزي صف خامس فصل ثالث

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دليل المعلم 2020 2021 تربية أخلاقية منهج إنجليزي صف خامس فصل ثالث

Values

Values are at the heart of moral education. They are essential to a person's sense of self; they operate as the personal benchmarks that guide our thoughts and actions. The Moral Education aims to support students in identifying their personal goals and the motivation behind them. Moral education explores many multi-faceted issues, including trade, mental health and the distribution of resources. It also enables teachers and learners to explore the ethical implications behind complex global issues, enabling them to engage as members of the UAE and international community

It is hoped that in working through the Moral Education curriculum, teachers and students will become inspired and motivated by a commitment to the values of social justice, human rights, care for the environment, empathy, respect for diversity and global solidarity. The lessons of Moral Education course are founded on the principles of solidarity, equality and inclusion, and support a process for teaching and learning which explores how personal values are shaped and directed. This Moral Education course does not impose values, but rather encourages students to explore ethical issues, and develop an awareness on their individual values

Teaching and Learning - A Pedagogical Approach

 Group is important in encouraging students to be proactive and autonomous learners. Throughout this moral education curriculum, there is a focus on inclusive group work, and a student driven approach to teaching and learning in the classroom. Students are encouraged to have open discussions, guided conversations, activities, and philosophical debates. This is intended to take students through a process of awareness-raising and critical thinking, which will allow them to consciously enact moral reasoning in their everyday lives

Action Projects

 In the upper grades of the course students are encouraged and enabled to undertake Action Projects, where students are actively involved in developing an issue or topic, which arises in class, beyond the usual limits of textbooks and course materials. These Action Projects encourage active and co-operative learning and the development and acquisition of skills. They are part of the 'Hands' (pragmatic) domain of skills development
 

 

Read the story The Olympic Games about respect. Then answer the questions that follow

The Olympic Games are more than just the world's biggest and most important sporting events - they are a celebration of the human spirit.
The modern Olympic Games began in 1896 in Greece, but they are based on a tradition that began more than 2,700 years ago in ancient Greece

In the first modern Olympics, athletes from 13 countries competed in nine different sports. In the last Olympic Games, more than 10,000 athletes from around 200 different countries competed in almost 30 different sports, including archery, athletics, basketball, boxing, cycling, soccer, gymnastics, sailing, swimming, tennis and wrestling. The Olympic Games are held every four years in different cities all over the world

There are also the Winter Olympic Games, which began in 1924. The Winter Olympics include skiing, snowboarding, skating and ice hockey. They are also held every four years in different places around the world
During every Olympic Games, millions of people around the

 

Respect for other athletes and competitors is an important quality on any sports field. Find out how one athlete learned this through basketball. Read the extract and then, with your partner, answer the questions that follow

My name is Ovais and I live in Pakistan. I haven't had many opportunities in my life to be around people who are different from me, but being part of the Special Olympics changed that. By being part of a training programme for basketball, learned to be energised and excited by difference, not afraid or nervous. I visited the sports camp a few times per week - I would take the bus by myself and reach the sports complex by nine in the morning. Once I was there, I would play basketball with two or three athletes with intellectual disabilities. While ! was there, I met Abdullah, one of the athletes. We had lots of fun together - and pretty soon a strong bond formed between us. We looked for each other each morning and exercised together, playing basketball or running around. Even though Abdullah and others in the camp were different from me, that didn't bother me. I saw how energetic and enthusiastic Abdullah was and how eager he was to learn new things in basketball. Quickly, I shared in the same energy and same excitement. And I wanted to share it with others - I decided to help in increasing inclusion in my

 

Read the story An Olympic Friendship. Then answer the question that follows

The Czechoslovak long-distance runner Emil Zátopek, who won three gold medals at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki, was as renowned for his friendliness as his athletic brilliance. He made many good friends among his rivals, especially French runner Alain Mimoun

Every time Zátopek won gold, Alain Mimoun won silver, Some athletes might have been jealous of this rival, but not Mimoun. The warmth and sincerity in their friendship was clear in their embrace after every race

There was a surprise at the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne when Mimoun beat his rival for the first time ever. It was an extraordinary achievement, but what happened afterwards was even more extraordinary, With delight, Zátopek embraced his victorious friend. Later, Zátopek said that he was as proud as if he had won himself, while Mimoun claimed that his friend's congratulations was "for me, better than a medal". Zátopek once said: "Great is the victory, but greater still is the friendship. He was surely talking of his friendship with Mimoun

 

Read the story A Young Emirati Judoka Inspired by Fair Play about respect. Then answer the questions that follow

When asked about his role models in sport, Emirati judo star Humaid Al Derei does not hesitate: he immediately mentions Egyptian judoka Mohamed Ali Rashwan, who won a silver medal in the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles

Al Derei recounts how Rashwan gave up the chance of winning a gold medal by refusing to target his opponent's injured right leg. His opponent went on to win the gold medal, but Rashwan was awarded the Fair Play International Award for his "remarkable sporting spirit". Because of his fair play and sportsmanship, Rashwan has been an inspiration to Al Derie throughout his career. Here was a man who believed in fair play even if it meant losing an Olympic gold medal. "So from that time, he was my role model," explained Al Derei

Al Derei has already competed in one Olympic Games - he got to the second round of the 2012 Olympic Games in London - and is now preparing for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo

"Insh'Allah I am aiming for the Olympics in Tokyo 2020," he says. With his dedication to excellence and commitment to fair play, there is no doubt that Humaid Al Derei will represent his country with pride and honour

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