KPER 1400 Concepts of Recreation and Leisure
Term Test #1 • January 29 th • 50 questions- MC, T/F and matching • 1 hour • Include Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 27, 28 and 29
Tips for Taking Multiple Choice Tests Be systematic • Cover the alternatives and focus on the question • Come up with your own answer • Read each response one at a time • Eliminate wrong answers • Identify the best possible response
Tips for Taking Multiple Choice Tests • If you have a reason to change the answer, change it! • Don’t play mind games with yourself. (PDF).pdf
Tips for Taking Multiple Choice Tests Specific Determiners Watch out for words like: • Always, never, all, none, every, only • ex: Mercury is always in a liquid state. False • Usually, often, generally, seldom, typically • ex: Rembrandt typically painted portraits. True
Tips for Taking Multiple Choice Tests Negatives: look for the false responses • ex: Which of the following is not part of the cardiac cycle? • ex: All of the following are found in plant cells except :
Tips for Taking Multiple Choice Tests Which of the following would be considered typical, if you were living in a tropical climate? a) There are forests filled with natural vegetation. True b) The climate is warm and wet in both summer and winter. True c) Rainfall usually comes from daily convectional rains ?? d) All of the above.
Today’s lecture • Chapter 3 – Sport and the Community • Chapter 4 – Leisure’s roles • Chapter 5 – Sporting events
Chapter 3 – Sport and the Community • Importance of sport: • Helps facilitate a healthy lifestyle • Helps to create and maintain social networks • Can be the ‘focal points for community attention and involvement’ • Promote identity for cities • Create social spaces for community development
Sport • In Alberta, sport is defined as have 4 essential elements: • Sport requires that participants execute physical and mental skills which require practice or preparation to improve or perfect • Sport involves competition against other participants, oneself, or nature • Sport occurs in a structured and organized environment and is governed by rules • Sport is considered as a component of recreation
Sport • Manitoba defines sport as: • A human activity in which people compete at varying levels of physical exertion, using their strength, will, spirit, coordination and intellect to obtain measurable results.
Three levels of sport • Community organizations and schools • Intercollegiate sport • Highly professionalized leagues
Recreational sport • Is defined as a policy goal • ‘Canadians have the opportunity to participate in sport for fun, health, social interaction and relaxation’ • Facilitation occurs through volunteers and salaried workers
Canada’s community sport system • Multisectoral and integrated: • Public sectors • Non-profit sectors • Private • Commercial • Voluntary sectors
Interorganizational linkages •
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