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Social Aspects Learning Objectives: Understand the concept of leisure time and look at the types of provisions that can be made for it. Be aware of specifically identifiable user groups Understand the concepts of fair play and correct etiquette.
Leisue Time This is the time you have at your disposal and it is free for you to decide what you do with it. It is therefore the time you are not at school or work, so it mainly consists of evenings and weekends. The opportunities for leisure time has increase over the years. Why do you think that leisure time has increased?
Increase Leisure Time Higher levels of unemployment A shorter working week Part – time and shift work Technological advances
As there is a trend for more leisure time, there becomes a necessity for providers to be available who can cater for those people who want to make active use of it. Many local authorities and also private clubs who make up the leisure industry have grown in direct response to the increased need. They have identified user groups and have targeted their provision specifically at them. Target Groups Mothers & Toddlers Unemployed people Shift Workers
Are the following questions true or false? False False True False True True True False True True
What I have Learnt so far? Learning Objectives: Understand the concept of leisure time and look at the types of provisions that can be made for it. Be aware of specifically identifiable user groups Who are they? What is it? Who provides this?
Fairness and personal and social responsibility Anyone taking part in any form of organised sport is expected to do so in the correct way and this includes making sure that they understand the concept of sporting etiquette .
Examples of sporting etiquette Shaking an opponents hands before and after the game Kicking the ball out of play if a player is injured
Participants should also ensure that they understand the role that rules play in order to make sure an activity is fair. Playing to the rules and not cheating Treating the officials with respect Playing so it is safe
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Fairness and personal and social responsibility should be taken seriously by all performers in sport. How can this responsibility be built up and kept to by a sports performer? (3 marks) Following rules Following coaching advise Attend training Understand activities Understand rules Understand codes of behaviour. Give examples for two sports where etiquette is expected to take place. (3 marks) 1 mark for naming 2 sports 2 marks for 2 examples of sporting etiquette
Leisure time is increasing. Give reasons for such increases. (4 marks) Flexi – time Increase technology in the workplace Increase technology in the homes e.g. washing machines More part time work Paid holidays More cash available, Rise in unemployment Less working hours