General Studies 420:Disability & Society
SDSU: M. McClure
History of Dis/Ability Response
- Access “Parallels In Time: A History of Developmental Disabilities” using the following URLs: http://www.mnddc.org/parallels/index.html OR http://www.mnddc.org/parallels2/index.htm
- Review all sections of one of these websites.
- A minimum 500 word (double spaced) summary is required for at least 3 or moreof the sections/topics reviewed. (one summary that includes all 3 sections/topics)
- A one page (double-spaced) personal reaction should follow the summary.
- Two questions about the information you summarized should be asked at the end of your personal response.
- And finally, how does this information relate to course information covered so far?
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