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Students will interview (face-to-face preferred, no email) a family member of an individual [child or adult] with a disability. If the subject of the interview is now an adult, this should be a person whose disability existed in childhood. The family member may be a parent, sibling, grandparent, or other close relative. Students may not interview a child. Students will then submit a written report summarizing and reflecting on the interview. First names only are to be used in the report. Written composition skills as well as content will be evaluated. (A scoring rubric that will be used to grade the assignment is found at the end of this syllabus. You must attach this rubric with your name on it).  The reflection is an important component. A brief introduction that includes a description of the disability, the relationship of the interviewee to the individual with the disability, and any other relevant background information should be placed before the actual interview itself. In your paper, you should indicate the specific questions asked followed by a summary of the responses. There are three parts to the paper: 1) questions and planning information, 2) summary of the interview, and

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Students will interview (face-to-face preferred, no email) a family member of an individual [child or adult] with a disability. If the subject of the interview is now an adult, this should be a person whose disability existed in childhood. The family member may be a parent, sibling, grandparent, or other close relative. Students may not interview a child. Students will then submit a written report summarizing and reflecting on the interview. First names only are to be used in the report. Written composition skills as well as content will be evaluated. (A scoring rubric that will be used to grade the assignment is found at the end of this syllabus. You must attach this rubric with your name on it).  The reflection is an important component. A brief introduction that includes a description of the disability, the relationship of the interviewee to the individual with the disability, and any other relevant background information should be placed before the actual interview itself. In your paper, you should indicate the specific questions asked followed by a summary of the responses. There are three parts to the paper: 1) questions and planning information, 2) summary of the interview, and 3) reflection and reaction (see Scoring Rubric). Written composition skills including grammar and spelling, as well as content will be evaluated.

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