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  • 1. The Development of Active Leisure and Recreation
  • 2. Lesson Objectives
    • Know and understand the four basic requirements for physical activity.
    • Define concepts of leisure and recreation
    • Case studies on current trends in terms of active leisure and recreation and factors that affect them.
  • 3. What are the four basic requirements for physical activity?
    • R….esources
    • F…..itness
    • T……ime
    • A……bility
  • 4. Define the concepts of leisure?
    • Leisure is defined as “a period of time spent out of work and essential domestic activity”
    • For an experience to qualify as leisure
    • The experience is a state of mind
    • It must be interesting
    • It must be intrinsically motivating of its own merit
    • Neulinger 1981
  • 5. Recreation Definition
    • “ The use of time in a manner designed for therapeutic refreshments of one’s body or mind”
    • As people in the world’s healthier regions lead increasingly sedentary lifestyles, the need for recreation has increased.
    • The rise of so called active vacations exemplifies this!
    • Encyclopaedia, 2007
  • 6. TASK
    • DESIGN TWO POSTERS!
    • ONE FOR A LEISURE CENTRE
    • ONE FOR A RECREATION CENTRE
  • 7. CASE STUDIES
    • There has been a decline of over 20% in miles walked and over 10% in miles cycled since the mid 1980’s
    • (National Travel Survey, 2001)
    • Australia 90% of Population Reg. Active.
    • USA 3%
    • UK 35%
    • Reasons for this at Mass Participation Levels?
  • 8. Research Task
    • “Sport for all”/Mass Participation are not exclusive to UK.
    • FRANCE, AUSTRRALIA, NZ, USA AND SOUTH AFRICA had similar drives.
    • Research the names of these initiatives in each of the countries mentioned and find out the background for them.