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DISABILITY 101:
Increasing Disability Awareness and Sensitivity
By:
Sara Cook, Gaurav Duggal, and Melissa Gibo
Edited by Steven E. Brown, Ph.D. and Courtney L. Hatch

Center on Disability Studies (www.cds.hawaii.edu)

University of Hawai‘i at Manoa

Certificate in Disability and Diversity Studies

DIS 694, Interdisciplinary Team Development, Fall 2008

Instructor, Steven E. Brown, Ph.D.

Preface
The Disability 101: Increasing Disability Awareness and Sensitivity curriculum was created as a Community Collaboration Project for an Interdisciplinary Team Development class (DIS 694) in the Certificate in Disability and Diversity Studies Program through the Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. The curriculum was designed as an effort to promote inclusive communities where people with disabilities are treated with respect and dignity.


We developed this curriculum to give educators a tool to teach youth about disability issues and raise awareness of how attitudes and language affect how we perceive disability. Disability 101 was created to provide an introduction to disability studies, to stimulate interest in disability issues and provide a mechanism to begin conversations about disability and inclusion.

The curriculum is targeted for use with youth (ages 10-14 years old) but can be modified and adapted to address other target populations. While cultural factors were taken into consideration in the development of the curriculum, all users of Disability 101 should feel free to revise the lesson plans and activities to better suit specific cultural needs.
We would like to thank our professor, facilitator, mentor, and editor, Dr. Steven Brown, for his guidance and encouragement in the creation of Disability 101. His high expectations motivated us to develop a sustainable product that addressed our goal of promoting disability awareness and sensitivity.
We would also like to thank the following individuals:

Brian Kajiyama, for consenting to have his personal story highlighted in the curriculum and providing the DVD and photographic images used in Disability 101;

Jennifer Grant, 9th grade social studies teacher, Farrington High School, for initial implementation of the curriculum and her valuable feedback;

Neil Marcus, for providing ideas on how to reach our target audience; and

Petra Kuppers, for suggesting we use technology to enhance our communication in the process of the curriculum development.

Courtney L. Hatch, for checking web links. All are accurate as of Feb. 27, 2010.
We hope you will find Disability 101 a useful introductory tool to Disability Studies. Thank you for your interest in increasing disability awareness and sensitivity.
-Sara Cook, Gaurav Duggal, and Melissa Gibo

Authors and Creators of Disability 101

DISABILITY 101:

Increasing Disability Awareness and Sensitivity
Table of Contents


Introduction…………………………………………………………………………

0.1


Curriculum Overview………………………...…………………………………….


0.2


Lesson 1: Understanding Disability




Lesson Plan………………………….…………………………………………....

1.0

Pre-Test Survey……………………………...…………………………...……....

1.1

Rationale Handout……………………………..…………………………...…….

1.2

School Name Sample……………………..…………………………………...….

1.3


Lesson 2: Breaking Down Stereotypes (Part I)




Lesson Plan……………………………………………..………………………...

2.0

Cerebral Palsy (CP) Definition Sheet…………………………..………………...

2.1

“Who is This Guy?” Worksheet………………………….…….………………...

2.2

Brian Kajiyama Worksheet……………………………………….……………...

2.3


Lesson 3: Breaking Down Stereotypes (Part II)




Lesson Plan…………………………………………………………..…………...

3.0

Disability Definitions Matching Activity Worksheet…………………..………...

3.1

Disability Definitions Matching Activity Answer Key…………………..............

3.2

“Breaking Down Stereotypes” PowerPoint……………………….……………...

3.3

“Breaking Down Stereotypes” PowerPoint Activity………...………………..….

3.4


Lesson 4: The Power of Words




Lesson Plan…………………………………………..…………………………...

4.0

Activity Questions…………………………………...…………………………...

4.1

Power of Words Handout………………………………………………………...

4.2


Lesson 5: People First Language




Lesson Plan………………………………………………………..……………...

5.0

People First Language Handout………………………………………..………...

5.1

People First Language Exercise……………………………..…………………...

5.2

People First Language Exercise Answer Key…………………………….……...

5.3

People First Sentences Activity…………………………………...……………...

5.4

People First Sentences Activity Word Sheets…………………….……………...

5.5

Post-Test Survey………………………..………………………………………...

5.6


References……………………………………………………………………………


6.0
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