Active Recreation

Written on a 3rd-4th grade reading level or a 6th -8th grade reading level, this series of CD packages is easy to use and administer. Each package is a complete instructional unit with over 10 hours of instruction per topic. Each CD package includes the following files (Word and PowerPoint):

3rd-4th grade reading level
* Instructor’s Notes – with Scope and Sequence Chart & implementation tips
* Rubrics – to help in evaluating performance
* Student Competencies – list of competencies to be attained upon completion
* “First Look” Interactive PowerPoint Pre-Post Test with audio supports!
* Score Report Form and Key – to record student responses
* “First Look” Interactive Tutorial PowerPoint – with audio supports!
* Functional Academic Worksheets – supporting Math and English standards
* Word Search and key
* Additional topic-area Worksheets
* Certificate

Competencies include:
1. Define the word recreation.
2. Define the term active recreation.
3. Explain the benefits of active recreation.
4. Identify at least three active recreational activities.
5. Describe the process of locating active recreational opportunities and
how to access the opportunities once they are located.
6. Explain what commitments are important to fully participate in
active recreation with others.

6th-8th grade reading level
Easy to use and administer, each package is a complete instructional unit with over 10 hours of instruction per topic. Each CD includes the following files (Word and PowerPoint):

* Instructor’s Notes – with Scope and Sequence Chart & implementation tips
* Rubrics – to help in evaluating performance
* Student Competencies – list of competencies to be attained upon completion
* Interactive PowerPoint Pre-Post Test with Score Report Form
* Interactive Tutorial PowerPoint
* Student Activity Worksheet
* Assessment Checklist – (optional open-ended test) w/Answer Key
* Certificate

Competencies include:
1. Define the word recreation.
2. Define the term active recreation.
3. Explain the benefits of active recreation.
4. Identify at least three active recreational activities.
5. Describe the process of locating active recreational opportunities and
how to access the opportunities once they are located.
6. Explain what commitments are important to fully participate in
active recreation with others.

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