Reaction Paper Writing – What do you think of when you think “Disability”?

Reaction Paper Writing – What do you think of when you think “Disability”?

Reaction Paper Writing – What do you think of when you think “Disability”?

Reaction Paper Writing - What do you think of when you think “Disability”?

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Assignment #2

Reaction Paper

  1. What do you think of when you think “Disability”?
    1. Mental image or certain characteristics?
    2. Does a certain person come to mind?
    3. What is your immediate emotional reaction?
  1. Pity, guilt, laughter, respect, sympathy…
  1. Google: Nick Vujicic or Kyle Maynard (you only have to discuss one)
    1. Immediate thoughts about the person?
    2. How did it make you feel to read their story?
    3. Was their disability congenital or acquired?
  1. I don’t care if you learn about their message – only what they have experienced. This is done to be considerate of other religious beliefs.
  1. Watch the following video and answer the questions
    1. How does Sam make you feel or what thoughts are created in seeing him?
    2. What are some of the symptoms of progeria?
    3. If you interacted with Sam, what is one question you would ask him?
    4. What is one thing you can learn from Sam?

Watch the video by copying this URL and pasting it in your browser:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36m1o-tM05g (Links to an external site.)
Minimize Video

Or: check Canvas for posted video

Length: No less than one (1) page, no more than three (3) pages.

Submit: via Canvas Assignments

Point value: 15 points

Format

When formatting assignments, always follow these instructions, unless your course instructor informs you otherwise:

  • Computer generated in Word
  • 1 inch margins
  • 12-point font
  • Left justified
  • Double spaced
  • Pages must be numbered on the bottom of each page on the right side
  • Remember, no name = no assignment

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