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ALL ASSIGNMENTS NEED TO BE ORIGINAL WORK BECAUSE THE SCHOOL IS STRICT AND USES TURN IT AND OTHER SITES TO CHECK FOR PLAGIARISM !!!!!!!……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….We have learned that individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder have a range of behaviors, abilities, and disabilities given their level of functioning and other factors. Those of us who are not on the Autistic Spectrum are called “neurotypicals” and, as neurotypicals, it is for us to understand them, to embrace our differences, and to recognize our commonalities. This activity aligns with module outcome 1.Discussion Questions:Please watch a film of your choice that deals with illness or disease. Apply the concepts and theories from this class, especially the concepts from this module to your film. Although you can choose one of your own, we recommend that you watch one of the following films from the movie listDownload movie list: Fly Away, Adam, Jack of Red Hearts or Ocean Heaven.If you decide to view Ocean Heaven, please consider the following questions as you write your response:The opening scene of Ocean Heaven is of an older man and a young man seemingly adrift on a boat in the middle of the ocean, alone. We learn later that the man is Sam Wong and the younger man is his autistic son, Dafu. Wong had taken his son on a trip with the intent of a double suicide. In the film, Wong is a single father and has a terminal illness and is desperate to find a solution for his son’s care. With the image of the two of them alone on the boat, reflect on the community response to this seemingly unsolvable projection of hopelessness. How does this turn around for both Dafu and Wong? Give examples from the film.This is a “post first” discussion forum. You must submit your initial post before you can view other students’ posts.After you have posted, read through the postings of your peers. Choose (at least) two of your peers’ posts to respond to. The posts you choose to respond to do not necessarily have to be classmates’ initial posts.Each response to a peer should be (at least) approximately 100 words in length and should contribute to the discussion in progress. All responses to classmates should be substantive. That is, they should go beyond simple agreement or disagreement with classmates’ posts.Superior participation in the discussion is demonstrated when you include a variety of some of the following:Expand on ideas, analyze and evaluate, compare and contrast, synthesize, debate, seek common ground, inject knowledge, provide current information from cultural or world events, etc.Integration of the reading or viewing materials into posts is evident, engaging and appropriate.Reach out to different peers in each thread so that everyone is included and everyone receives a response.Monitor the discussion often and respond to feedback and comments in a prompt manner.Welcome feedback from others, both appreciative and constructive feedback. Share what you learned from the peer’s post that has changed your view. Discuss how your views have been expanded because you have heard other perspectives.Add a question at the end of your post so that others are more likely to respond to you.Describe what was difficult for you to understand in the reading or viewing materials. Discuss what you still have a problem understanding and why.

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