Teaching dance to children with difficulties by bethigamPresentation Transcript
Implemented by: Bế Thị GấmClass: 10MSchool: Bac Kan High SchoolEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone No: 01652 972 454
Activities: Teaching dance to children with disabilitiesAfter the war, surplus Agent Orangehas caused many consequences,especially for children. The childrenborn in families of sick soldiers, in theareas affected by toxic substances,almost had congenital deformities,making their activities not take placenormally. So the activity "Teachingdance to children with disabilities" aredesigned to help students developbetter physically, mentally, create aplayful , warm atmosphere, helpingthem to feel comfortable and betterintegration with the community. A little girl with difficulties is learning ballet.
Goals: - Create a fun environment comfortable for children to play, easy to do activities. - Help them feel more open, more confident in front of people. - For children with disabilities to feel the caring and sharing from people around.
Planning:1. Choosing the appropriate location to organize activities.2. Gathering children in groups of 8 to 10, including children with disabilities, children and the person in charge.3. Holding a small number of activities for children to get to know and to be more open.4. Teaching them the simple songs and dances, encouraging them to help, together sing and dance.5. Inviting the children to perform for all to see and together sing, dance before the split.
• Holding a small number of activities and festivals for children to bemore open.
• The collective meetings, singing and dancing lessons help makedisabled children happy, confident, sociable and provide themwith optimism, fun to work hard, to overcome difficulties in life.
The collective activities always help them havemore fun and friends, make them happy andforget the sadness.