Select either A Lonely Impulse of Delight or On the Edge. We read the former play during the live, online class for Module 11. We read the latter play during the live, online class for Module 12. Both plays are posted in the respective modules.
Look online for two images that help to capture or suggest the environment of the play you selected.
Paste the two images onto a Word document.
Underneath each image, write a short caption as to what about the image helps to capture or suggest the environment of the play you selected.
mediately, after passing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 by the General Assembly, the educational privileges of those with mental or physical disability have been receiving ever increasing attention around the globe. As per Alexander & Salmon (1995), to make sure that special education is children’s privilege to receive an education which needs allocating them with separate class and provision of other learning material supports. As per Nathanson (1998) since the children are unequal, they need unequal treatment and hence, additional resources should be offered for helping children with learning difficulties. According to World Health Organisation (2010) ‘Disability is an umbrella term covering impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions. Impairment is a problem in body function or structure: an activity limitation is a difficulty in executing a task or action: while a participation restriction is a problem experienced by an individual in involvement in life situations’ Ofsted (2010) produced figures that suggested that about 1 in 5 or 1.7 million students were classified as having Special Educational Needs. This figure encompasses those students who are also defined as disabled under the Equality Act of 2010. Estimates of the proportion of children with a disability vary but recent analysis indicates that 7 per cent of children in England are disabled. There is a significant overlap between disabled children and those with SEN. Research suggests that around three-quarters of disabled children also have SEN and will currently be receiving support through the SEN system. Plus, SEN labelling can create low self-esteem and can deteriorate succeeding results, labelling students of ‘special needs’ frequently persuades school management to treat them differently and separately instead of perusing them in regular class. To treat them differently and separately are considered to be the handicap present in the existing SEN system. The introduction of The Equality Act 2010 sought to eliminate those elements within schools of treating SEN students differently and separately. Through the requirements of anti-discrimination measures, reasonable adjustments and treating disabled and SEN students more favourably the intended outcome is to improve the experience and achievements of these students.>GET ANSWER