Authentic Dialogue (Minitask 2)

Authentic Dialogue (Minitask 2)

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  • It is the first day of school, everyone is so busy meeting new friends. It is a new environment for all. 
  • At home, knock kneed Elise is scared to go to school due to her disability, she was accepted in the university because she is smart and perfected the entrance exam, she is scared to be mocked at school.
  • Mom, i do not have the confidence to go. What if they judge me?
  • Do not worry dear, go to school to learn, your condition does not define your ability to strive in school and live your life. Do not mind them, child.
  • Eventually, Elise had the courage to face her fears. She went to school not minding all the stares and gossips about her condition. she focused on studying hard to get good marks and feedback from teachers despite her disabilities.
  • You're so great!
  • Good job!
  • Elise, Congratulations! You are on top!
  • You're so smart!
  • She gained friends, they accepted her despite her condition. They let Elise understand that having a disability can not be a hindrance to achieve one's goals.
  • You are nice Elise, there is no reason for people like you to be mistreated in the society. You, too, deserve respect.
  • Thank you girls for accepting me despite my disability, you did not judge me for what i am.
  • People have witnessed Elise's talent and potentials, she was celebrated and she gained more friends. She strive and did her best to show people that PWD's also have talents and potentials.
  • People appreciated and accepted Elise, and it became a way for people to understand and accept people with disabilities like her in the society.
  • Authentic Dialogue means accepting others even if they are different from themselves. People like Elise should not be mistreated in the society but should be respected and give the chance to prove themselves. They can also demonstrate talents. No authentic dialogue can take place if it fails to respect life
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