15 answer the questions. 1. In class presentations, there may have beensome confusion among MAAA sports, Special Olympics, and Paralympics and for whom these sports are intended. On the following chart, note to whom the sport/activities are intended (what disabilities) and age- or grade or ability level ranges. [26 points] Sport/Activity Who sport/activity is for Age or grade or ability-level range Wheelchair Tennis Sitting Volleyball Special Olympics: MATP Special Olympics: YAP Rec Games: Bocce, Ladder Golf, Bean Bag Toss Special Olympics: Bocce Wheelchair Basketball Wheelchair Rugby Beep Baseball Goal Ball MAAA Soccer (PI) MAAA Bowling (PI) MAAA Softball (PI) If you are a K-12 physical education teacher education major or are currently teaching, choose a different grade level for questions 2-4 (elementary, middle, senior high). If you are nonteaching, you may gear to answers to either grade level or adults. 2. Of the sports we covered in our class report–demonstrations, select one sport or activity and describe how you would modify it for transition-age learners with moderate/severe developmental cognitive disabilities (DCD) You should have at least five modifications. [5 points] 3. Of the sports we covered in our class report–demonstrations, select one sport and describe how you would use it in an inclusion setting (learners/individuals with and without disabilities). Describe five ways you would use it and/or make modifications to it. Think carefully as to what equipment you would have available; few schools have wheelchairs like we do. Also think safety. [5 points] 4. Of the sports we covered in our class report–demonstrations, select one sport and describe how you would use it as a simulation activity to teach empathy to learners/individuals without disabilities. You should address at least 5 points. [5 points] 5. Briefly describe the expansion of disability sports from an historical perspective. Focus on five significant trends and briefly explain how these trends have contributed to or changed the development of disability sport. Do not just list events. Rather, link them with the evolution of disability sport. [10 points] PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH US TODAY AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT :) 16 Fact & Fiction Compare THREE(3) factors from three different authors lives with 3 factors from any of the stories they have written and discuss how they “mirror” eachother. You MUST use passages from the stories to support each factor. AUTHORS: Edgar Allan Poe Charlotte Perkins Gilman Eugene O’Neill *You can use any story, EXCEPT “Before Breakfast” by Eugene O’Neill. EXAMPLES OF FACTORS YOU MAY USE ARE: 1. Their life, growing up. 2. Marriage. 3. Challenges they’ve face. 4. Addictions. 5. Deaths. PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH US TODAY AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT :)

answer the questions.

1.    In class presentations, there may have beensome confusion among MAAA sports, Special Olympics, and Paralympics and for whom these sports are intended. On the

following chart, note to whom the sport/activities are intended (what disabilities) and age- or grade or ability level ranges.  [26 points]

Sport/Activity    Who sport/activity is for    Age or grade or ability-level range
Wheelchair Tennis
Sitting Volleyball
Special Olympics: MATP
Special Olympics: YAP

  • Rec Games: Bocce, Ladder Golf, Bean Bag Toss

Special Olympics: Bocce
Wheelchair Basketball
Wheelchair Rugby
Beep Baseball
Goal Ball
MAAA Soccer (PI)
MAAA Bowling (PI)
MAAA Softball (PI)

If you are a K-12 physical education teacher education major or are currently teaching, choose a different grade level for questions 2-4 (elementary, middle, senior

high). If you are nonteaching, you may gear to answers to either grade level or adults.

2.    Of the sports we covered in our class report–demonstrations, select one sport or activity and describe how you would modify it for transition-age learners with

moderate/severe developmental cognitive disabilities (DCD) You should have at least five modifications.  [5 points]

3.    Of the sports we covered in our class report–demonstrations, select one sport and describe how you would use it in an inclusion setting (learners/individuals

with and without disabilities). Describe five ways you would use it and/or make modifications to it. Think carefully as to what equipment you would have available; few

schools have wheelchairs like we do. Also think safety.  [5 points]

4.    Of the sports we covered in our class report–demonstrations, select one sport and describe how you would use it as a simulation activity to teach empathy to

learners/individuals without disabilities. You should address at least 5 points.  [5 points]

5.    Briefly describe the expansion of disability sports from an historical perspective. Focus on five significant trends and briefly explain how these trends have

contributed to or changed the development of disability sport. Do not just list events. Rather, link them with the evolution of disability sport. [10 points]

PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH US TODAY AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT :)
16

Fact & Fiction

Compare THREE(3) factors from three different authors lives with 3 factors from any of the stories they have written and discuss how they “mirror” eachother. You MUST

use passages from the stories to support each factor.

AUTHORS: Edgar Allan Poe
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Eugene O’Neill
*You can use any story, EXCEPT “Before Breakfast” by Eugene O’Neill.

EXAMPLES OF FACTORS YOU MAY USE ARE:
1. Their life, growing up.
2. Marriage.
3. Challenges they’ve face.
4. Addictions.
5. Deaths.

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