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Orienting race for deaf children

Alessandra ROSA - Léa Châtellier

1

Description of the public

2

APA's goals

3

Session description

4

Results and observations

5

Conclusion and personal reflection

6

Quizz

Index

Description of the public

Deafness is a sensory disability characterized by a loss of the ability to hear sounds. There are different levels of deafness:

- Mild deafness
- Average deafness
- Severe deafness
- Profound deafness

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To make them socialize

02

To make them more physically active on a daily basis.

APA's goals

Cycle's goals

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02

To move without apprehension in different environments



Be able to read the environment and adapt their movements regardless of the constraints

Orienting race

session 2

- Race in pairs

- To find the marker one by one
- To begin with close markers then more distant one

Context :

- Be able to position themself in an area

- To dentify what’s around them
- To calculate the distances
- To plan the easiest and quickest path

Achievement requirement :

- To use the legend

- To use the scale and the equidistance

Success requirement :

- To have a grouping position

- Give them additional landmarks

Adjustments :

Results and observations

They were able to find all of the numbers in the order given and in the time that was imposed.

- Difficulties calculating distances

- Trouble understanding the links between the map and the environment
- Need some advice and indication in the beginning

- No sign of discouragement

- Did not choose the shortest path but took up a path already explored
- Slowly gained autonomy

Conclusion and personal reflection

01

What are the session objectives ?

02

What pattern of race did we use ?

Quizz

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04

What is the aim of using orienting race for this public ?

How many levels of deafness are there ?

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