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1.
What does the emblem mean?
2.
When was the organization of the United Nations formed?
3.
Why was it founded?
4.
What is the Russian translation for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
5.
Have you read this document?
6.
Do you think it’s important for you to know about this document? Why?
the rights you’ve heard
To speak freely
To get educated
To choose the work you like
To be equal with other people
To be protected against religious discrimination
The rights were not mentioned
To choose the climate you want to live in
To get a driving licence at the age of 14
To know what your rights are
To be protected against strict teachers
In 1948, the United Nations wrote the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It listed 29 different human
rights. According to the declaration, every person has the right to speak freely, to marry whomever she/he wants, to choose the work he/she likes and to get an education. The list of human rights includes protection against cruel punishment and protection against racial, ethnic, sexual and religious discrimination
. These rights are important for people throughout the world. But in some countries people live without these rights. People still practise racism and discriminate
against others. The key: 1. human 2. protection 3. discrimination 4. discriminate In
all
cases
, particularly
in
the
law
, you
should
remember
about
justice
. (
The
Latin
proverb
)
For me, it does not matter which side the force is, it is important on which side the right is.
(Victor Hugo)
The duty and right -
the brothers, and they have a mother -
freedom. They were born in the same day; they grow, evolve and die together. (V. Cousin) If you turn away from the right, you would lose your way. (The Latin proverb) There is a right of a wise man, but there isn’t of the strongest one. (J. Joubert
) Liberty means responsibility. That's why many are afraid of it. (George Bernard Shaw) The essence of the law -
philanthropy. (William Shakespeare)
I do not agree with what you say but I will till the last drop of my blood defend your right to express your own point of view. (Voltaire)
The rights entail responsibilities. (The Latin proverb)
Dialogue Vocabulary:
I’m absolutely positive, that …
I may be wrong but I think that …
I’m for, because …
I feel strongly against it.
Sorry, but I have got my own idea about it.
On one hand … on the other hand… but at the same time …
I’m not sure about it.
It’s obvious that ...
Homework
To speak about the most useful right from the Declaration according to your point of view
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