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RTM 304 Wimba Session - Threapeutic Recreation – Used to...

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RTM 304 Wimba Session Leisure – Does Spontaneously, no obligation, no task Recreation – Organized program Play – Describes the way that people do an activity-playfully; adverb Piaget Capacities 1. Sensory Motor 2. Imagination 3. Cooperation (Games with Rules) Skill Category Qualitative – Agility, Balance, Coordination Health Category Quantitative – Flexibility, Endurance, Cardio Fitness Phylogenetic Skills – Expected to be developed naturally (crawl, walk, run) Ontogenetic Skills – Determined by culture (video games, bicycles) Terminal Values – Large value that negotiate you (Green movement, Walk for Breast Cancer) Instrumental Values – You negotiate the values (Not going to Disneyland unless you have a discount) Social Class died down to our circle of friends in the 1970s due to credit.
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Unformatted text preview: Threapeutic Recreation – Used to provide programs to disabilities (Special Olympics, -Wheelchair events) so people disabled are still motivated to participate in recreation- treatment goals – ability to transfer skills into daily living and occupation Piaget points out children start out at as Egocentric Assimilation – solitary play, using sensory motor capacity (babies) Parallel Play – tolerating others, using sensory motor capacity and imagination Accomodation – group play What are the two criticisms you have heard for leisure? 1. Its uneccessary 2. Undeserved *same two criticisms for work Pressure (volume) to solve problems can diminish leisure Demographics 1. Matures 2. Booemrs 3. Generation X 4. Generation Y...
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