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EngelsMBOStudiejaar 1

In deze les zitten 17 slides, met interactieve quizzen en tekstslides.

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Slide 1 - Tekstslide

To Do:
Human Rights Day
Listening A2/B1/B2/C1
Reading A2/B1/B2/C1/C2

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

What do humans need to live?

  • What do humans need to survive?
  • What things help us to grow physically?
  • What things help us to succeed in life?

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

What do humans need to survive?

Slide 4 - Woordweb

What things help us grow physically?

Slide 5 - Woordweb

What things help us to succeed in life?

Slide 6 - Woordweb

Human Rights
  • All human beings, have similar basic needs (physiological & safety needs): nutritious food, healthcare, shelter, education, protection from harm and more.
  • Needs are different to wants. Wants are not necessary for a person to survive, grow and develop. 
  • Everyone of us has the right to have these needs fulfilled.  These rights are called human rights.  
  • Human rights are the basic freedoms and protections that belong
    to every single one of us. They are based on principles of dignity,  equality and mutual respect – regardless of age, nationality, gender, race, beliefs and personal orientations. 


Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Human Rights
  • universal – they belong to all of us; everybody in the world.
  • inalienable – they cannot be taken away from us. 
  • indivisible and interdependent
they are all of equal importance and are interrelated.

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
  • The UDHR was drawn up by the United Nations in the years
    immediately following World War II. 
  • Every country in the world has agreed  that they are bound by the general principles expressed within the 30 articles
    of this document. 

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Human Rights: Task
Have a look at the 30 articles of the UDHR and choose the right (article) that you think is the most important and choose the right (article) that you think is the least important.

Explain why you think these rights are the most/least important.

Think about:
How will the human rights benefit your / our lives?
What would happen if you / we didn't have them?

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

Which human right is the most important? Explain your answer briefly.

Slide 11 - Open vraag

Which human right is the least important? Explain your answer briefly.

Slide 12 - Open vraag

  • In reality you don’t ever have to choose your human rights.
  • Although they can sometimes be restricted, human rights can never be taken away from you.
  • Every human right is important!

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Limiting Human Rights
Human rights can be limited when:
  • people are using their rights in a way that threatens another person or wider society.
  • people are using their right to express their view and opinion in a way that it incites racial hatred or encourages crime.

If the police suspected that someone was carrying a knife, would it be ok to limit their right to privacy (article 12)  by searching them?

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Absolute Human Rights
  • Not every human right can be limited. Some must be upheld in all circumstances!
  • These are called absolute rights.
  •  Absolute rights cannot lawfully be interfered with, no matter how important the public interest in doing so might be.
  • Absolute rights include the prohibitions on torture, inhuman treatment or punishment, and degrading treatment or punishment.

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Listening & Reading

Reading/Listening B1/B2: 

Reading/Listening B2/C1

* Reading C2

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Slide 17 - Tekstslide