Fitness Context Report

Fitness Context Report - Relationships or Patterns: Do any...

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Fitness Context Report ONE Names: Deadline: February 21 Midnight sent by email to Cynthia.roses- thema@asu.edu Late fitness context reports not accepted Circle which context you investigated Magazine Ad Fitness Club Website Type the name of the magazine/name and location of club/ name and url of website below: Description of context: Look at the entire picture of what is going on in the context. How can you describe the whole context? Use what? when? where? why? How? questions to help you with your description. A strong vocabulary is helpful for creating description. Use imagery and metaphor to help you communicate exactly what you are seeing.
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Unformatted text preview: Relationships or Patterns: Do any elements appear more pronounced than others? Can you ascertain relationships or patterns between certain elements? What stands out to your team in this context? Can you relate what stands out to a theoretical construct in class? Do the relationships or patterns conform to a theory used in class? To a quote from a text or powerpoint? To some other source? Conclusion: List three conclusions about this fitness context that has emerged from discussing this context with your team. Include your support from texts and theories in class. 1. 2. 3....
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course DNC 394 taught by Professor Roses-thema during the Spring '11 term at ASU.

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