For this activity, you are asked to design a presentation that discusses some of the barriers disabled people may encounter with respect to sex and sexuality, and to propose supports and solutions. Th

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For this activity, you are asked to design a presentation that discusses some of the barriers disabled people may encounter with respect to sex and sexuality, and to propose supports and solutions. Through this activity, you will develop and refine your skills in peer education and disability-justice advocacy. Some ideas for possible topics include:- Stereotyping of disability and sexuality- Disability and intimate relationships- Sexual rights/citizenship- Disability and sexuality education- Disability and reproductive rights- Accessing sex- Disability fetishization(Other topics are possible, but please run them by me for approval first! More-specific topics that fall within these broader ones are also acceptable.)This activity will involve creating and scripting a PowerPoint-based presentation to explain and apply ideas and concepts from the course, presenting your work to a small group of your peers, providing and receiving feedback on your presentation, assessing the effectiveness of your own work, and justifying that self-assessment in writing.PART ONEYou will create a PowerPoint presentation on your selected topic, which should take between ten to fifteen minutes to actually present. This presentation should include:- An introduction and a conclusion.- A discussion of how principles of disability justice are relevant to the issue.- History, context, and/or other background needed to understand the issue.- Meaningful use of at least three sources from our required and/or optional course materials (excluding the lecture videos, though you may also draw upon these, if relevant), and- At least two relevant academic sources from outside of our course materials.- At least one source by a disabled activist or advocate (this could be a book, blog, video, etc.).- Use of at least two images (more is fine, and encouraged), including image descriptions using the ‘alt-text’ feature.- Your slides should be accompanied by a written script, which identifies what you will say/read in association with each slide. However, your main ideas/points should all be evident on the slides themselves.A few considerations:- The presentation should address why it is important for people to know more about this topic and to advocate for change.- Resources for learning more about this topic should be provided as part of the presentation (at the end).- In drawing ideas from course materials, be sure to paraphrase in a correct way, including citations of sources/pages for these ideas. If any direct quotes are included for emphasis, be sure to quote and cite properly as well. (Be careful to avoid inadvertent plagiarism.)- Copying content from my own slides will result in bad things happening to you. I made them; I own the copyright; I know what is in them. So don’t do that. (You may draw on ideas in them that are not present in other course materials if you wish, but please cite them as you would any other source.)- Please use PowerPoint. If you choose to work in Google Slides instead, be sure to convert your slides to PowerPoint before submitting.- Use of images, colours, and other visual elements is highly encouraged, but please keep in mind the importance of (1) avoiding stereotypical representations, (2) attending to diversity in representations, and (3) maximizing the accessibility of your slides. Microsoft has a helpful guide for creating accessible PowerPoint presentations: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/make-your-powerpoint presentations-accessible-to-people-with-disabilities-6f7772b2-2f33-4bd2-8ca7-dae3b2b3ef25 (or, a shortcut: https://bit.ly/3yXeatr)

Please note: If this activity, as designed, is not accessible for you, please contact me and we will agree upon modifications or an alternative type of activity that meets your needs.

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