12. Sınıf İngilizce Beceri Temelli Etkinlik Kitabı Sayfa 20 Cevapları Meb Yayınları‘na ulaşabilmek ve dersinizi kolayca yapabilmek için aşağıdaki yayınımızı mutlaka inceleyiniz.
12. Sınıf İngilizce Beceri Temelli Etkinlik Kitabı Cevapları Sayfa 20
5. Skim the text and tick (V) the topics below that are not stated.
1 The precautions to be taken to remind some countries of their responsibilities
2 Children’s rights to education, health care, and equal opportunities
3 The popularity of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
4 The crucial role of education in creating happy generations
CHILDREN AS INDIVIDUALS
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, popularly known as CRC, was adopted in 1989 when the governments made a commitment to the needs of children for specific rights. Signed by 196 countries, it has been the most ratified international human rights treaty in history.
The convention affirms that children’s rights are the obligations and responsibilities that all must respect and honor; besides, they cannot be considered an option, favor, or kindness to children. It aims all children of the world—every individual below the age of 18—to •
grow up in an environment of happiness, love, and understanding without being discriminated against, • and have equitable access to education and health care, and equal opportunities to develop their personalities, abilities, and talents to the fullest potential without exception.
A universal set of standards that offers a new vision of the child as an individual with rights and responsibilities are defined and declared. All these rights on the convention are connected, and all are equally important to be followed by all countries. The guiding principles of the convention are:
The whole convention is established on the principle of non-discrimination, which means every child, regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, wealth, disability, or religion, has rights. All children are equal in dignity and rights and deserve the same opportunities as others, no matter who they are.
The right to survival and development
All children are born equal. They all have the right to have a standard of living adequate for their physical, mental, spiritual, moral, and social development including healthy food, clean water, clothing, housing, health care, and an equal chance in accessing information and necessary social services. The children of today are the adults of tomorrow. The role of education is vital to create healthy and happy generations and to make young people realize their full potential and participate effectively in society.
6. Scan the text and write the main idea of the three titles below.
1 Children as individuals:
3 The right to survival and development:
7. Discuss with your partner what you think about the rights in the text and why these rights have been violated in many parts of the world.
8. Search the problems faced by children globally on the Net. Then, write an argumentative essay including solutions to these problems.
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