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  1. 1. Social Studies: Sociology Topic 2: Inequalities Date: In this unit you will learn: • Health • Gender • Social Class • Wealth • Ethnicity • Age
  2. 2. Lesson 2: Health Date: What is the NHS? What experiences do you or your friends and family have of the NHS?
  3. 3. Objectives: What: To examine how healthcare is structured in the UK. How: By looking at the advantages/disadvantages . Why: To evaluate how healthcare is managed in society. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality
  4. 4. Outcomes: E-D: will be able to state advantages/disadvantages of the NHS. C-B: be able to contrast the NHS to systems in other countries like the USA. A-A*: To be able to consider how healthcare links to wider issues in society such as social class. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality
  5. 5. Activate: Advantages and disadvantages of the NHS? Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality Sort the cards into advantages / disadvantages. Rank the advantages and disadvantages – be prepared to share your feedback and justify your responses.
  6. 6. Demonstrate: How does health effect us? Watch the documentary on the USA heath care system. What are the disadvantages of the US system? What are the advantages of the US system? Do you think the video is more on one side than the other? Is it biased? Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality
  7. 7. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality Consolidate: Situations You will each have a situation on your tables – in groups you need to explain: Is the decision fair? Should the person be allowed or denied medical treatment?
  8. 8. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality Consolidate: Situations Amit is hit by a car in the street – the car driver was on their mobile phone at the time. Amit lives in the US and does not have insurance. The ambulance treats him and he receives a bill for £200,000 Is that fair?
  9. 9. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality Consolidate: Situations Lizzie is pregnant with her 6th child – she is smoking all through her pregnancy despite doctors telling her to stop. Her treatment and all her medicines is totally free as she is on benefits. Is that fair?
  10. 10. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality Consolidate: Situations Richard is an alcoholic. He has not given up drinking even though his wife and Dr tell him he should. Now Richard’s only chance to live is a liver transplant. A donor has come died and he will soon get a new liver, even though he is still drinking. Is that fair?

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