Instructions: Student will work with someone outside of class. You may work with another student, friend, family member, etc. First, select a scenario below in which you will put yourself in the shoes of someone with disability. You are required to attend a public event or perform an activity of daily living. Event or activity may include: using a public transportation, going to the mall, grocery shopping, and recreational activities. Disabilities to choose from and to be performed with your partner: Hearing impairment – Have an interpreter to speak for you Vision impairment – Cover both eyes and someone guide you around Wheelchair experience – Using wheelchair to get from one place to another Use of crutches – Student must use crutches during activities In your essay, you must define and describe the following areas: What were your impressions during the experience? Were you treated differently because of your disability? Please explain. How did you feel you should have been treated? What were your assumptions before the experience and what were your assumptions after the experience? How did people you interacted with view about the disability? What particular emotions were coming up for you during the interacting with others? Did you find any complications in the environment due to your disability? Were there any obstructions that made it difficult for you to get to you destination? How difficult was it to rely on your partner to help you? How did the interactions you encountered throughout the experience change your perspective on how the world treats people with disabilities? How will this change the way you interact with others that have disabilities in the future? Please find 3 peer reviewed articles that cover two of the three aspects areas below and incorporate the sources in your paper: Describe the physical/social characteristics of the disability you have chosen. Locate evidence from the perspective of someone with a disability on being stereotyped or being judged based on their limitations. Illustrate how the people with a disability would like to be viewed by the society.