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recreational activities lesson for MAPEH IV

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Recreational activities...

  1. 1. •Held during special occasions •Revitalize all the different aspects of life (physical, mental, social, e motional) •All activities are held for everybody’s enjoyment and
  2. 2. Recreation
  3. 3. Classifications of Recreational Activities Spectator Type Participant Type
  4. 4. Spectator Type People spend their time watching the event and derive enjoyment from it
  5. 5. Participant Type People do not gain enjoyment merely by watching; they do so by joining the activity
  6. 6. Active Type
  7. 7. Passive Type People have no excessive movement in performing the task or action
  8. 8. Physical and Mental
  9. 9. Physical Activity People exerts efforts and bodily functions in performing the action
  10. 10. Mental Activity The mind is doing the functions with less body movement
  11. 11. Public, Private and Commercial
  12. 12. Public Type Involves the general public
  13. 13. Private Type Confined to people working in a private companies
  14. 14. Endorsing products which are open to everybody Commercial Type
  15. 15. Recreational Games
  16. 16. Scrabble •To grope frantically •Invented by Alfred Mosher Butts •Originally known as Criss-Criss-Word
  17. 17. Chinese Checkers •Played with a six- pointer star- shaped board
  18. 18. Dominoes •A French word for the black and white hoods worn by Catholic priest in winter. It was played in Europe in 18th century (Italy in the courts of venice and Naples)
  19. 19. Snakes and Ladders •Originated in India •A game of morality with the bases of the ladders representing good •Snakes representing various forms of evil •Teach children about religion
  20. 20. Characteristics of Recreation  Involves Activity  No single form  Determined by motivation  Occurs in unobligated time  Voluntary participated  Universally sought and practical  By- products  Gives direct satisfaction
  21. 21. Values in Leisure and Recreation Physical Health Psychological Health Social well-being Emotional stability Big business
  22. 22. Scope of Recreation  Indoor Activities a. Games and Sports: chess, parlor games b. Dance Activities: stop dance, trip to Jerusalem c. Music Activities: singing, instrumental playing d. Drama Activities: story telling, comedy skits e. Arts and Crafts: origami, pop- up cards f. Hobby and Collecting Activities: cooking, dancing, stamp collections, antique collection
  23. 23. Outdoor Activities a. Games and Sports: dual and team sports b. Dance Activities: street dancing, aerobics c. Music Activities: singing contest during fiesta d. Nature and Outdoor Activities: camping, hiking, field trips, picnic, excursions e. Arts and Crafts: painting, drawing f. Hobby and Collecting Activities: f.1. bowling,tennis, f.2. billiard, fishing
  24. 24. Assignment: Bring P.E. attire and rubber shoes.
  25. 25. Quote: Recreation's purpose is not to kill time, but to make life, not to keep a person occupied, but to keep them refreshed; no to offer an escape from life, but to provide a discovery of life. ---Author Unknown
  26. 26. Thank You for listening.. Have a nice day….   