a. There are many misconceptions in popular culture about the exceptionalities and/or disorders we will cover
over the course of the semester. Televisions shows and movies often exaggerate some of the tendencies
shown by these individuals. These exaggerations not only give a false perception of what it is like to have one
of these exceptionalities but can affect the way others treat individuals with exceptionalities. For this I would
like each of you to do the following:
b. Select a topic from the course and describe the major characteristics of the exceptionalities, the challenges
these characteristics may present educationally, and the educational best practices according to recent
research. This should be done using appropriate APA formatting using approved sources (to be discussed
further in class)
c. Chose a movie or TV program in which one of the characters has the exceptionality discussed in part A.
After briefly describing the program discuss how well the program portrays the exceptionality (citing specific
examples) and if you believe the portrayal could lead to any negative stereotyping.
Lake made an offer to sell ten microphones for $45 each to Soames on February 17th. On May 20th, Soames accepted his offer, thus forming a contract. After the acceptance, Lake claimed that he had every right to refuse to sell the microphones. Lake cannot refuse to sell the microphones to Soames because the contract was formed before his attempt to revoke the offer. Lake and Soames Offer (Sound System) Whether or not Peter Lake can enforce his contract with Soames for the sale of a custom sound system is reliant on if an offer was made in the first place. In order for an offer to be valid and binding, it must be clearly communicated, including definite terms. This includes the willingness of the offeror to enter into an agreement, the offeror’s intent to form a binding contract, and the explicit communication of the offer and the terms to the offeree. On February 17, Lake said to Soames, “I will sell it to you for $25,000. It will take about 90 days to put it together…” Peter Lake stated the price, the terms, and had the full intent to enter into an agreement. Soames was aware of these terms. A valid offer was created by Lake with the intent to sell a custom sound system to Soames. Lake and Soames Acceptance (Sound System) Whether Peter Lake and Pearly Soames had an agreement for the sale of a custom sound system depends on if there was an acceptance to the offer made. The acceptance of an offer may only be valid if it is express or implied directly to the offeror. It must fall within the prescribed time constraints, and acceptance must be absolute and unconditional. In this instance, Soames clearly stated, “Fine, I accep>GET ANSWER