Often they suffer from the ridicule of their peers

Often they suffer from the ridicule of their peers

The aim is to raise teachers ‘and students’ awareness of Bavarian dialects and regional culture. “You all know that dialect makes you more intelligent,” said Söder.

The Bavarian Teachers’ Association (BLLV) and the Bavarian State Association of Dyslexia and Dyscalculia (arithmetic weaknesses) complain that “the Bavarian government has failed to create equal opportunities for all children in the field of education”. Specifically, they relate here to children with reading and arithmetic disorders. For two years now, those with a reading disorder have only received very limited note protection, children with a numeracy disorder none at all. “This means that development without pressure to perform and fear of failure is no longer possible for the children concerned.” In the case of both disorders, the associations are calling for an increase in banknote protection and more targeted funding. In addition, teachers should be better trained in both areas.

In the new school year it is planned to advance digitization, integration and inclusion in Bavarian schools, said state parliament president Barbara Stamm (CSU). For this purpose, 850 additional teachers have been hired. One wants to “enable the best educational opportunities for all children”. The state has earmarked 150 million euros for equipping schools with digital classrooms. As the Bavarian State Chancellery announced on Tuesday, 90 percent of the costs incurred could thus be borne and the schools “massively supported”. The newly introduced German classes at elementary, middle and vocational schools should contribute to integration. In these, pupils with little knowledge of German would receive language lessons and values ​​education.

Bavaria’s Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) is meanwhile trying to make the school environment safer. To do this, he calls on drivers to drive safely; you should drive “always carefully and ready to brake”. He would also like to attract more student guides to the “Safe to school – Safe home” campaign. So far, there have been no serious accidents on the way to school in their areas of operation.

On the occasion of the start of school, the GEW also criticized the fact that not all refugee children go to regular schools. Currently, the students living in collective accommodation usually only receive lessons within the refugee camp. “Up to two years of isolation in the accommodations, that clearly violates the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child,” criticized the GEW state chairman Anton Salzbrunn.

According to information from the state government to the state parliament, a total of 1,350 school-age children lived in accommodation in Bavaria, the GEW explained. Only eight of them, from the Manching / Ingolstadt transit center, have been allowed to attend a regular school since the Munich Administrative Court granted them this right at the beginning of the year.https://123helpme.me/to-kill-a-mockingbird-essay/

Berlin (dpa) – In the struggle for more life-saving organ donations in Germany, further dispute over new legal rules is emerging. In a controversial debate, members of the Bundestag campaigned for two opposing initiatives.

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Health Minister Jens Spahn (CDU) defended the initiative of a parliamentary group for a far-reaching change. According to this, all adults should basically be considered organ donors – until further notice. A group around the Greens boss Annalena Baerbock rejects this and suggests that all citizens should be asked about organ donation at least every ten years when they collect their IDs. The two bills are now to be discussed in the committees. The AfD also submitted an application.

In the two-hour debate, the speakers agreed on the goal of increasing the willingness to donate in view of the almost 10,000 people on the waiting lists. The CDU MP Gitta Connemann said that it was not like waiting in line in front of the cash register. “But waiting in fear. Because time is running out.” Millions of organ donation cards would already be distributed, but they were often left blank.

After a long downward trend, the number of donors rose again noticeably in 2018 – to 955. At the beginning of this year, however, a decline was recorded again. There were 224 donors in the first quarter of 2019 – after 261 in the same period last year.

Spahn had initiated a discussion about changes to the previous legal situation, according to which organ removal is only allowed if the answer is clearly yes. Because all efforts with more information would have brought nothing. A “double contradiction solution” should therefore make “a qualitative difference”, he said. Accordingly, all adults would be considered donors. But you should be able to say no later, otherwise you should also ask relatives.

SPD parliamentary group vice-president Karl Lauterbach said that the contradiction solution was ethically required. When in doubt, everyone wants to be the recipient of an organ. Then there must at least be an obligation to be prepared to deal with the topic and, if necessary, to contradict it. Willingness to donate would become the norm, said Bundestag Vice President Thomas Oppermann (SPD). And yes, assume a pressure. “But it’s a gentle pressure.” Sabine Dittmar (SPD) emphasized that for her the basic right to the life of seriously ill people was more important “than the basic right not to deal with a topic”.

Several MPs opposed such a radical change. Baerbock warned that in such a highly personal question one had to keep an eye on the situation of each individual person. The integrity of one’s own body is anchored in the constitution for good reasons. Dietmar Nietan (SPD) said: “I don’t want people to have to object to the restriction of their freedom because the state has decided for them.” Kathrin Vogler (left) said: “No no is by no means a yes.” Karin Maag from the CDU warned against reducing people’s right to self-determination to a subsequent veto and thus damaging trust in organ donations.

The group of representatives around Baerbock and left leader Katja Kipping proposes instead to create recurring impulses to deal with organ donation. This should also include a new nationwide online register in which you can enter and change your decision for or against an organ donation. In addition, family doctors should inform about organ donations every two years if necessary.

The AfD submitted an application that also rejected the objection solution. This means that self-determined people become “walking organ containers”, said MP Ulrich Oehme. “Massive monetary interests” in the system are also problematic. In order to strengthen trust, a state institution must take over the supervision.

It remains to be seen how the deliberations in the committees will develop. At the end of the day, the MEPs should vote without the usual group guidelines. The majority ratios are difficult to assess, however. In the first open debate in autumn, broad reservations about a contradiction solution became clear. Now the group around Spahn had 222 supporters for their draft law – including Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), who did not participate in the debate. The draft of the Baerbock group had 191 signatures. But there are a total of 709 MPs.

Our children are not only getting bigger but also getting heavier. The XXL generation is growing and growing in the truest sense of the word: In the USA 40 percent of children and young people are already too fat. The number of obese people is also rising steadily in Germany: Current figures from the Federal Statistical Office confirm this trend. In Germany, more and more people are being treated for being very overweight – almost half of those affected are adolescents, whose weight problems usually began in early childhood. 21,000 cases of obesity (obesity) were hospitalized in preventive or rehabilitation facilities in 2009. Between 2004 and 2009 that number rose by twelve percent. 53 percent of the patients were women, 43 percent under 18 years of age.

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Obesity poses a high health risk

Overweight children can suffer from diseases such as blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, gout or diabetes, which normally only older people have. But it’s not just the health problems that are troubling the children. Often they suffer from the ridicule of their peers. Exclusion and loneliness are part of everyday life for fat children. If nothing is done about obesity in childhood, most of them will remain fat throughout their lives in adulthood.

What are the causes?

On the one hand, a genetic predisposition can be the cause of obesity. Children whose parents are also fat are also more likely to become overweight. In addition, the oversupply of food in our society is a particularly great temptation and when it comes to food, there is an increasing use of finished products. Freshly cooked meals are rare. In addition, meals are rarely eaten at the table with the whole family these days. Everyone helps themselves from the freezer or refrigerator as needed. This often leads to uncontrolled eating. Another cause of obesity is a lack of exercise: children are now much less active than they used to be. The way to school is hardly managed on foot and the kids no longer play outside as often as they used to. The most popular playgrounds of today are called children’s rooms, which are equipped with TV and PC and induce physical passivity.

Sport is a must

Exercise is a crucial factor in weight loss. In doing so, the children not only burn calories, but they can also socialize: Children especially enjoy sports when they can move around with other children. In order for them to stay active and to be enthusiastic about it, they should try different sports to see what they really enjoy. Team sports that can be practiced relatively inexpensively in clubs are ideal for social contacts. Today, many clubs even organize special sports programs where overweight children can stay to themselves and train without pressure to perform and without shame.

There are also many opportunities for fat children to exercise more in everyday life: go on bike tours and walks in nature, or let your child ride their bike or walk to school. If the school is in another city, your child may be able to actively cover part of the way.

Eating habits and regular meals

In addition to what we eat, eating behavior is also very important. The biggest mistake often starts in the morning: There is no breakfast, but something sweet sometime around noon. Without energy and concentration, the children sit in school and only push their blood sugar level at lunchtime – but then only for a short time. That is why a full breakfast, such as a muesli with lots of fruit in the morning, is important. This brings the necessary energy and prevents cravings. At lunchtime, children need protein, which is mainly found in meat, dairy products and fish. Vegetables are the ideal companion for this. If possible, finished products should not be offered. They contain too much appetizing artificial flavorings. In the evenings, the children can eat bread – but in moderation! Whole grain bread combined with low-fat toppings such as quark are perfect. Raw vegetables such as cucumbers or tomatoes taste great with it.

Another important rule that helps children lose weight is: Drink a lot! But you should definitely avoid lemonades and cola, because they often contain more sugar than some sweets. So-called “light drinks” are also not suitable for losing weight because they whet your appetite for even more sweets. Water, teas and diluted fruit juices are ideal.

Parents shouldn’t ban snacking altogether. Children might then secretly eat sweets. A good alternative to chocolate bars and gummy bears are therefore nuts, dried fruits, fruit, whole grain cookies or shredded waffles. But even these nibbles should only be offered to the children in smaller portions, because they should learn to get along with smaller amounts of food. This gives you the feeling that you don’t have to do without sweet pleasure.

Family motivation helps

The “losing weight” company can only succeed if your child wants to do so himself. The older the child is, the more important is their motivation for losing weight. Take your child seriously about their desire to thin, but never blame them for being too fat. Successful weight loss begins with children if they do not gain weight over a longer period of time. Because the children are still growing, the ratio of body weight to height changes for the better if the weight is kept constant. This is a good start to motivated to keep going.

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