REC100 s99 midterm exam

REC100 s99 midterm exam - ,M' - I ”' ' i W REC 100 :...

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(4 points) 5”" Hwy" 414034—3- +Nd b (LtL/cbuj mere «QM fir—g Pup“ “54 H ’6” varied: fining; 5: H d‘xr'w-l If)“ [/33 cull/toll? {Ni NN- (“my flwn‘au Mark m-(ovntwi haw? Hakka? 7V 3f [015/29 (agj. Mr'faani «Auk-vent) +14 M’r a‘r Hwy] 0L6 Cardhu‘flhi “>4; Haj! cw: rU)h;/\> {W V; HOW) WM Mm“ 00in 14ml 9a haw. Why am! m} “WMS W‘l") 44““ 9a (HM—c w‘rk Minn M mind, 6. Based on the discussion in class, list five characteristics of recreation activities. (1 Opoints) ' Chamohrf, H0 at rural-{m achi-h'l‘i —' I. my art JAN m °‘- puma/ll {rt-f BM. 2- Che-1 *pur MIFER of pang-VL f” é\/ NHL 1 3’. THY avl mlmhn‘ij obmé 1’,- mj 9*“ 6‘ [ad/am A Kn“ :4 Rifi'llmd or' (LLlnibftw-Qm‘l’ 6‘ l3 WicHfl pfll’AICI‘flu‘b/‘j. Papa W} clad ll Oval (Ll/Loan (No Pta'L/blij/pah‘ Marginal recreation was discussed and detailed in a recent class exercise. List the four criteria for activity appropriateness. 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