It investigates the origins of the genre in the eighteenth century, its flourishing in the nineteenth century and its varied fortunes thereafter. You will read and critically explore a number of major texts in their contexts.
Unit Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings. Give one example from care practice. Task Aii Describe two different possible effects of discrimination. Task Aiii Identify three ways of challenging discrimination, and describe how each will promote change.
Bi Create a leaflet for new social care workers in an adult social care settings. Bii Give two examples of how you could raise awareness of diversity, equality and inclusion. Ci Write a reflective account describing: Cii Write a brief account that describes examples of inclusive practice. Ciii Write a brief account that describes practice which excludes the individual and is discriminatory.
Task Ai Explain what each term means. Diversity Diversity is when we respect and recognise others people values and they beliefs. For example, in the care home I can meet people from different countries with different religions and beliefs. I do not judge them, but treat them as individuals and respect their beliefs.
Equality Equality is ensuring that people or groups of people are treated fairly without favouritism. Including areas of race, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation.
I can not assume that person in a wheelchair is less capable of doing things than person without disability. Their for I have to treat every person equal. Inclusion Inclusion is making the person feel welcomed in the group, Health and Social Care Course: Health and Social Care Level:"The voices of a rich diversity of women who share the transformative experience of becoming mothers are the basis of Bergum's intensely emotional contribution to parenting literature.
Why choose English Literature BA(Hons)? Year-long modules allow you to study subjects in depth. Dissertations and research projects supervised by internationally recognised and published researchers allowing you to develop your own critical voice. This reflective essay will adopt Rolfe’s model of reflection, (Rolfe, G et al.
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Modules. Explore the modules we offer to discover your options and opportunities here at the university. According to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) () the term mentor is used to denote the role of a registered nurse who facilitates.
Dance Making 1; Dance Making 1. This is a core module for all level four students. It is the first in a series of three modules designed to improve your critical appreciation and creative skills.