For intellectual games "Mind Games"

POSITION

About the regional game of intellectual teams

“Mind Games”

The regional intellectual game “Mind Games” (hereinafter referred to as the meeting) will be held on July 1, 2016 at 12:00 in Sevastopol at the Central City Hospital named after. L. N. Tolstoy st. Lenina 51 the beginning of the registration of teams at 11:00.

Goals and objectives of the Meeting

The goals and objectives of the meeting are:

promotion of free and equal access to information resources, cultural heritage;

promotion of reading, education and intellectual work among the visually impaired;

comprehensive harmonious development of people with disabilities and their environment and further improvement of work in the field of socio-cultural rehabilitation of the visually impaired;

popularization of scientific knowledge among the visually impaired, using the latest information technologies;

expanding the process of integration of persons with disabilities into civil society;

creation of comfortable conditions for the development of intellectual and creative abilities of the visually impaired;

introduction into practice of modern, adapted to the needs of the blind forms of active recreation, primarily games in combination with art programs;

development of fruitful, meaningful leisure;

attracting youth to inclusion;

attracting the attention of the public and the media (mass media) to the work of the department for the visually impaired of the Central City Hospital. L. N. Tolstoy;

formation of a positive public opinion about the visually impaired;

Meeting Organizing Committee

All work on the preparation and holding of the meeting is carried out by the Organizing Committee, formed from employees, specialists of the Central State Library named after L. N. Tolstoy, the department for the visually impaired, the bibliography department and the scientific secretariat.

The Organizing Committee has the right to personally invite heads of ministries, representatives of administrations of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, local governments, public organizations, deputies, activists and veterans of the WOC, cultural figures, art and show business, as well as media representatives and donors.

Requirements for meeting participants

Representatives of regional organizations, business entities and institutions of the VOC, VOI, educational institutions and teams participate in the game. Participation of inclusive teams with at least 1 disabled person is encouraged.

Teams of 4 to 6 people are allowed to participate in the games. The Organizing Committee has the right to admit teams consisting of sighted participants (not visually impaired), such as students, journalists and donors.

Applications together with questions (Appendix 1) for participation in the meeting are submitted in the prescribed form and submitted no later than 10 days before the games to the Organizing Committee: 299011 Sevastopol, st. Lenina d. 51 Central City Hospital im. L. N. Tolstoy.

e-mail: osv.cgb.cbs@gmail.com Tagged “mind games” This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Contact phone 89780117951,

The application, in accordance with the recommendations (Appendix 2), must be accompanied by at least 10 high-quality author’s questions, without which participation in the games is not considered.

Financing the Meeting

Financing of expenses is carried out:

– for the preparation and holding of the Meeting – at the expense of the founders and donors;

– to pay for travel, accommodation (if necessary) and meals for participants in the games

by team members.

Appendix 1

Application for participation in the friendly meeting of games “Mind Games”

Team name___________________________________________

City ______________________________________________________

Organization ________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

Line-up

No. Participant (full name, year of birth, education, profession, presence of a disability group).
Captain.

Appendix 2

Recommendations for question authors

for intellectual games “Mind Games”

1. When compiling questions, be sure to indicate their authors, as well as the sources that you used.

2. You can not send already published or borrowed from television and

radio broadcast questions.

3. Depending on the complexity of the questions, their “cost” will be from 1 to 3 points on a three-point system.

4. It is desirable that questions reflect various topics. Questions are welcome on literature, history and the role of the great blind in world history,

5. Some of the questions can be framed by phonogram fragments or tracks of films and performances, instrumental works and arias, modern compositions and songs of past years, as well as the sounds of the surrounding world and familiar voices. The duration of the track should not exceed 1 minute, the recommended track time is 30 seconds. The necessary sound materials are sent along with the questions (in electronic form) and recorded on a disk or flash card are provided to the Organizing Committee upon arrival at the game.

6. It is not recommended to ask questions focused solely on visual perception or which can only be answered by local residents. You can ask about the facts from the biographies of artists or the plots of famous paintings, but you should not be interested in the colors of the coat of arms of your city. An example of incorrectness is the question about the color of the oldest line on the Moscow Metro map. A visually impaired person, especially one who lives in the provinces, cannot know this.

7. Try to avoid numeric answers, especially specific dates. Preference is given to tasks that can be performed using logical thinking, comparing several well-known facts. The question has become almost classic: “What instrument is named after the great blind man?”. If you realize that instruments can also be musical, then it will not be difficult to recall the legendary storyteller Bayan.

8. It is necessary to take into account the level of education and the sphere of interests of the majority of intellectuals.

9. What matters is the textual elegance and imagery, the accuracy and brevity of the presentation of questions, as well as the originality of the author’s thinking.

Appendix 3

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