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1. INSTITUTO DO EMPREGO E DA FORMAÇÃO PROFISSIONAL, I.P. Delegação Regional do Centro Centro de Formação Profissional de Aveiro APRENDIZAGEM Técnico de Controlo de…

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1. INSTITUTO DO EMPREGO E DA FORMAÇÃO PROFISSIONAL, I.P. Delegação Regional do Centro Centro de Formação Profissional de Aveiro APRENDIZAGEM Técnico de Controlo de Qualidade Alimentar Ação nº. 1 – 1º Período Comunicar em Língua Inglesa (2.2. Conhecer os Problemas do Mundo Atual (50 horas)1. Read the following text and answer the questions that follow.Several organisations have asked celebrities to become goodwillambassadors for different organisations. Especially United Nationsorganisations make use of celebrities to highlight their cause. AngelinaJolie, for example, is one of the goodwill ambassadors for UNHCR(United Nations Refugee Agency). Since early 2001, this renownedAmerican actress has travelled the world with UNHCR to helprefugees. She has worked with field staff and met with refugees in over20 countries. She has also published journals describing her travels.This is an extract from her Sudan Journal, written in 2004, when shevisited the Darfur region. THE UN HAS CALLED DARFUR THE WORLDS WORST HUMANITARIAN CRISISWe fly into El Geneina, Darfur.I notice immediately the intense dry heat. I look around. There are mud houses and goats.Anytime a UNHCR car passes children, they smile and wave and some run alongside. Kidssmile and say, "HAWADJIA, HAWADJIA." They always call us that. It means white person. Iam told, "Remember the word TAMAN means wonderful or cheers. Say it to the children.They will be happy to hear it."A little boy walks up. He holds a few notebook pages stapled together. He is not going toschool but he studies his old school papers, preparing. We wish him that it comes soon.A pack of children gather behind us. The boy with the school book says, "A, B, C. One, two,three. Okay okay A, B, C, F." I would give anything for a bag full of pens and paper for them.I make a promise to myself to always carry this. I have one pen I give it to the school boy. Ipoint to his paper, he points to mine. I show him my pen he holds up his new one.I sit down with the kids. Their clothes have so many holes. They are falling off. They have noshoes. I ask the translator to please say, "You have been through a lot. You have been verystrong." Some smile. Others bow their heads. They want me to know they miss school."What do they need?" "First food and then water." "Do they have any medicine?" "No." Inotice many cuts. A young girls eye is closed and puffy like a golf ball. Maybe an insect. Nodoctor is here to look at it."Before the fighting, what was your life like?" School, lots of fruit. Some dont know wheretheir parents are. They ran and hope they are alive "in Chad or the East." "Some of us areorphans staying with other families."They tell me how they have been beaten. Abda was tied by his neck and beaten and then leftfor dead. His father was killed by the Janjaweed. He is 10 years old.They are worried that in the coming days it will get cold. I would ask what I normally ask.What do you want to be when you grow up? Or what is your favourite sport or food, etc. Butto ask these children would be cruel. They have no childhood and no hope.Formadora: Ana Daniela Fonseca 1 2. They shake hands and touch hearts. I do the same. I promise I will find a way to do what Ican to help, but even as I say it I feel helpless.2. Answer the following questions.a) Why do the United Nations organisations make use of celebrities?b) What problems did these Sudanese children face?c) Why does Angelina say "But to ask these children would be cruel"?d) Can you describe how Angelina felt when she wrote this journal? Support your answer byquoting from the text.Formadora: Ana Daniela Fonseca 2 3. Examine the picture attentively:A. Get in groups to discuss the following points:1. What immigrants are there in Portugal? Where do they come from?2. Why did they leave their homelands?3. Are they mainly first generation immigrants?4. What difficulties, if any, do they face?5. In your opinion how are they treated?B. Look at the photograph. Write down answers to the questions below.1. What are these people doing?2. How do they feel about this situation/their future?3. Where are they going?4. What things have they packed to take with them?5. What orders were the soldiers given?6. Which country is this probably in? Account for your answer.C. Finish these questions that the refugees in the photograph are asking the soldiers.1. Why don’t ...............?2. Can you tell me .........?3. Why do..........?4. What is ........?5. Will we ......?D. Write a factual description of this picture using the answers you have given as a basisfor your work.E. Place yourself in the position of one of these refugees. Write a page of a diary tellingwhat happened and expressing your feelings about this situation.Formadora: Ana Daniela Fonseca 3 4. Examine the picture attentively:A. Get in groups to discuss the following points:1. What immigrants are there in Portugal? Where do they come from?2. Why did they leave their homelands?3. Are they mainly first generation immigrants?4. What difficulties, if any, do they face?5. In your opinion how are they treated?B. Look at the photograph. Write down answers to the questions below.1. What are these people doing?2. How do they feel about this situation/their future?3. Where are they going?4. What things have they packed to take with them?5. What orders were the soldiers given?6. Which country is this probably in? Account for your answer.C. Finish these questions that the refugees in the photograph are asking the soldiers.1. Why don’t ...............?2. Can you tell me .........?3. Why do..........?4. What is ........?5. Will we ......?D. Write a factual description of this picture using the answers you have given as a basisfor your work.E. Place yourself in the position of one of these refugees. Write a page of a diary tellingwhat happened and expressing your feelings about this situation.Formadora: Ana Daniela Fonseca 3 5. Examine the picture attentively:A. Get in groups to discuss the following points:1. What immigrants are there in Portugal? Where do they come from?2. Why did they leave their homelands?3. Are they mainly first generation immigrants?4. What difficulties, if any, do they face?5. In your opinion how are they treated?B. Look at the photograph. Write down answers to the questions below.1. What are these people doing?2. How do they feel about this situation/their future?3. Where are they going?4. What things have they packed to take with them?5. What orders were the soldiers given?6. Which country is this probably in? Account for your answer.C. Finish these questions that the refugees in the photograph are asking the soldiers.1. Why don’t ...............?2. Can you tell me .........?3. Why do..........?4. What is ........?5. Will we ......?D. Write a factual description of this picture using the answers you have given as a basisfor your work.E. Place yourself in the position of one of these refugees. Write a page of a diary tellingwhat happened and expressing your feelings about this situation.Formadora: Ana Daniela Fonseca 3 6. Examine the picture attentively:A. Get in groups to discuss the following points:1. What immigrants are there in Portugal? Where do they come from?2. Why did they leave their homelands?3. Are they mainly first generation immigrants?4. What difficulties, if any, do they face?5. In your opinion how are they treated?B. Look at the photograph. Write down answers to the questions below.1. What are these people doing?2. How do they feel about this situation/their future?3. Where are they going?4. What things have they packed to take with them?5. What orders were the soldiers given?6. Which country is this probably in? Account for your answer.C. Finish these questions that the refugees in the photograph are asking the soldiers.1. Why don’t ...............?2. Can you tell me .........?3. Why do..........?4. What is ........?5. Will we ......?D. Write a factual description of this picture using the answers you have given as a basisfor your work.E. Place yourself in the position of one of these refugees. Write a page of a diary tellingwhat happened and expressing your feelings about this situation.Formadora: Ana Daniela Fonseca 3

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