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Unformatted text preview: RPTS 311- Watts- Study Guide Exam 1 F2006 Page 1 of 18 CHAPTER 1: Basic Programming Concepts 1) Which of the following encompasses the other four? Program Play Sport Leisure Recreation 2) Nonseriousness, spontaneity, and self-expression are characteristics of which term? Programming Play Sport Leisure Recreation 3) A designed opportunity for leisure to occur is known as what? Program Play Sport Leisure Recreation 4) The defining feature of this term is socially acceptable activity. Programming Play Sport Leisure Recreation 5) A game whose rules require physical competition is known as what? Programming Play Sport Leisure Recreation 6) Characteristics of this term include freedom of choice, intrinsic satisfaction, and positive affect. Programming Play Sport Leisure Recreation 7) The most spontaneous form of leisure is defined as which term? Programming Play Sport Leisure Recreation 8) This term can refer to a collection of activities, a single event, or services offered. Program Play Sport Leisure Recreation 9) Morality is associated with which of the following terms? Programming Play Sport Leisure Recreation 10) Physical exertion is the defining feature of which term? Programming Play Sport Leisure Recreation Chapter 2: How Individuals Learn 11) Which of the following characterizes the meaning produced from interaction in leisure occasions? It does not change It is static It may change constantly None of the above 12) Philosophies and ideas are examples of which types of objects? Physical Social Abstract None of the above 13) Too often programmers only program for which of the following phases of the leisure experience? Anticipation Participation Reflection None of the above 14) A description of how events are experienced and interpreted is known as what? Program Evaluation Phenomenology Sport Program Plan 15) The idea that meaning is derived from social interaction is called what? Leisure experience Objects Programming Symbolic Interaction Theory 16) Which of the following terms is derived through interaction with leisure objects? Meaning A program Symbolic Interaction Theory None of the above 17) Leaders, parents and referees are examples of which types of objects? Physical Social Abstract None of the above 18) Anticipation, participation, and reflection are known as ________ of the leisure experience. Theories Phases Objects None of the above 19) One way to understand how individuals experience leisure is called what? Program Evaluation Phenomenology Sport Program Plan 20) The manipulation of symbols, words, meanings, and language is an assumption of which concept? Leisure experience Objects Programming Symbolic Interaction Theory Chapter 3: Six Key Elements of Situated Activity System 21) For programs to be duplicated successfully in another location, programmers must have a clear sense of the setting's ____....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course RPTS 311 taught by Professor Watts during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.
- Fall '07