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    Reflection Paper: A True Story of Birth, Rebirth, and Everyday Magic by Martha Beck The memoir, “Expecting Adam” by Martha Beck focused on how the social, medical and spiritual model relates to Adam, son of Martha and John who has down syndrome. Both young parents of one and expecting another, graduate school at Harvard isn’t the only thing that is stressful in either one of their lives. When Martha discovered she was pregnant, it was different this time around versus when she was pregnant with…

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    cognitive and social development. ("Attachment | Psychology Today", 2017). The attachment experience influences identity development, a sense of security, and research demonstrates the impact on the capacity to form stable relationships…

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    Camera Influence

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    person above the person with disability or as if an able-bodied person is looking down to a person with disabilities, producers are sending a message that shows an able-bodied person as dominant, superior, more relevant to society, and/or show that able-bodied people have power over people with disabilities. Likewise, a camera perspective can be used to highlight or point out what producers want viewers to see. In “The Politics of Staring: Visual Rhetorics of Disability in Popular Photography,”…

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    So far in EDP 611, we have discussed the term “disability” in great detail. The social and medical models are two different ways that disability is defined. After reading chapter three in the textbook, both terms make valid points, however, I feel I would side with the social construction of disability. The textbook states that over the years our view on disability has changed. For example, it was once considered normal to put people with disabilities into institutions, such as the Willowbrook…

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    and sociological models of disability differ? Medical model defines disability only in terms of much physiological impairment such as accident, genetic heritage, and disease. The s social model recognizes the biological conditions of many disabilities, but also direct attention to social factors. 2. Are people with disabilities a minority group? Explain. I feel that people are singled out for unequal treatment. A minority is a category of individuals differentiated from the social majority.…

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    Sisters Of Disability

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    people with disability did fit in the society as they are starting to fit nowadays. People with disabilities are deprived of their rights to live as equal citizens in the community. Although there are international laws that protect people with disabilities from mistreatment and discrimination, there was not convention to protect their rights, such as inclusion – or not exclusion – and indeterminate institutionalization, until the creation of Convention On The Rights Of Persons With Disabilities…

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    Is disability displayed in movies reflect truthfully people with disability? Or is it more complicated issue than what we think? For many people, disability subconsciously appears to be an object that represents a person rather than a condition that a person have. In order to understand this, we need to introduce the concept people-first language. According to The Arc “People-First Language emphasizes the person, not the disability. By placing the person first, the disability is no longer the…

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    Scaffolding Case Study

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    Iris 1 1. What are the two critical elements to keep in mind when using instructional scaffolding? The elements to pay attention to when using instructional scaffolding are modeling and practice. The teacher first models a task for a student by demonstrating how it is done. Practice occurs when a student practices the task him or herself. 2. Briefly describe the three approaches to instructional scaffolding presented in this Module. Content scaffolding involves the teacher choosing easier…

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    mere-difference of disability and whether it implies certain moral claims. Social constructivism describes that a person is considered disabled because of a contingently deep, intersubjective reality that shapes a person’s social world. Barnes argues that disability is intersubjective because whether a person is regarded to have a physical illness is not socially constructed, but rather a matter of biological fact. A person is determined to have a disability simply based on social construction.…

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    Jacy's Inclusive Education

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    Introduction The autobiography ‘If only you knew’ is an honest, humorous, and at times shocking, recount of Jacy Arthur’s personal experiences of growing up with cerebral palsy. Due to contact with a range of individuals with various lenses of disability, Jacy shares both positive and negative experiences within her school and community (Arthur, 2011). Due to her optimistic outlook, supportive family, high level of extra-curricular involvement, and building of strong friendships, it is believed…

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