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1 5 th Dec 2011 A Diverse & Equal Society? Unit 2: Individual Rights in Health and Social Care LO: To understand the variety of factors contribute to a diverse and equal society: social, political and biological. To complete an A3 poster to show your understanding of the above. Starter 1 Recap- key words: Equality, Stereotype, Diversity Discrimination 2 Sally does the same job as Luke, they started at the same time, have the same qualifications and their work is of equal value yet Luke gets paid £750 more per year than Sally. a)Is this fair? b)How do you think Sally feels? 3 Which employment law does this contravene eg go against?

2 Recap: Diversity -Social factors Which social factors do these pictures represent?

3 Political Factors: Changes to the Law 1945 – The Welfare State was set up including the NHS in 1948 to get rid of the 5 evils of society: Want/ Disease/ Ignorance/ Squalor & Idleness. The NHS offers all people equal access and treatment to health services – The Equal Pay Act was introduced to stop discriminating between men and woman in pay and working conditions The Sex Discrimination Act was introduced to stop discrimination within areas of employment eg anyone should be able to apply for a job regardless of sex or receive the same opportunities 1976 – The Race Relations Act To stop discrimination within employment and opportunities to housing & services linked ethnicity/ race/ culture/ religion (2005) – The Disability Discrimination Act - To prevent discrimination in employment opportunities and access to housing, transport & services.

4 Quick Task ( Read p30 & 31) 1 What is the sex discrimination Act? 2 What is the welfare state and when did it begin? 3 Which Act of Parliament makes it unlawful to discriminate against someone’s race/ religion/ culture or ethnicity? 10 mins

5 Recap: Social or Political factors - What is the difference? Social factors – hint what you looked at last week in your cover lesson. E _ _ _ _ _ _ _ y F _ _ _ h C _ _ _ _ _ e G _ _ d _ _ S _ x _ _ _ _ _ y A _ _ F_ _ _ _ y S _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ S_ _ _ _ _ C _ _ _ _ G_ _ g _ _ _ _ y Political factors – think law : W_ _ _ _ _ _ _ S _ _ _ _ 1970 : E _ _ _ _ P_ _ A _ _ 1975 :S _ _ D _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A _ _ 1976: R _ _ _ R_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A _ _ 1995 : D_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ D _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A _ _

6 Assignment 1 : A Diverse and Equal Society Task 1 (P1) Define : Equality, Stereotype, Diversity and Discrimination (*) Task 1A Research and collate information and images about different social factors that contribute to a diverse and equal society. Make a poster in the form of a mind map to show your findings. (To complete) Task 1B (P1) Research and collate information about different political factors that contribute to a diverse and equal society. Explain why each piece of legislation or act has helped individuals who may have been discriminated against. (To complete) Task 1C (P1) Research and collate information about different biological factors that contribute to a diverse and equal society. Find a newspaper or news article that demonstrates how biological factors can influence the equality of an individual

7 Ageism – A case Study.... Read Colin’s case and discuss the questions in pairs. What constitutes discriminatory practice? Labelling Stereotyping Prejudice Discrimination Turn to P 34 of your book Task: Make a list with your partner of the effects of discrimination on the indivivual?

8 Biological factors What do we mean by biological factors that make us diverse? We are going to read the Activity on P 36 then discuss - They are not ‘normal’..... Task 1C: Research and collate information about different biological factors that contribute to a diverse and equal society. Homework - Find a newspaper or news article that demonstrates how biological factors can influence the equality of an individual

9 Plenary – Quick Quiz What have you learnt today? Unit 2 - A Diverse & Equal Society? LO: To understand the variety of factors contribute to a diverse and equal society: social, political and biological. To complete an A3 poster to show your understanding of the above. Have you made your best effort today? Now grade your poster / 10 (Self Assessment) Now swap with your partner and peer assess their work and give them a mark / 10 on the back and set them two targets for next time. Now read your mark and targets from your partner how does it differ from your self assessment grade. Have you worked at your target level today? (5/6 =Pass 7/8 =Merit 9/10= Distinction)


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