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Running head: F.A.T. City1F.A.T. City Video AnalysisChase ZarateGrand Canyon University: SPD 500Prof. Bassanya Bryant-SpannFebruary 12, 2020
2F.A.T. CityF.A.T. City: Special Education Lecture and Video AnalysisBoth general and special education teachers work with students with learning disabilities,so each instructor should be geared with the knowledge and insight to deliver disabled learningstudents with the best curriculum possible. In the video lectureF.A.T. City, delivered by RichardD. Lavoie, instructors approaches to and understanding of learning disabled students is broughtto the forefront. In the 90 minute informational video, Lavoie delves into multiple aspects ofworking with learning disabled children, all of which aim to increase teachers comprehension onthe experience of their learning disabled students. By looking at Lavoie’s definition andexplanation of fairness, his critiques on assumptions in the classroom, and three of his keyconcepts providedthroughout his lectures and discussion, a better insight is provided into theexperience of disabled learning children in their educational experience.FairnessLavoie defines fairness in the F.A.T. City video in a method that implies treating equal