Frey-Doering, Kathy; Zanella Albright, Kathy A. / How to teach: chronological age-appropriate activities for school aged moderately and severely handicapped students
Considerations for choosing recreation/leisure sites, pp. -
Considerations for Choosing Recreation/Leisure Sites When considering recreation/leisure sites, a number of priorities can be considered including the following: .1. Number of participants needed in order to engage in the activity 2. Cost 3. Number of Environments in which the activity can be performed 4.. Location 5. Transportation 6. Student Pref erence 7. Parent/Guar-dlan jdgments 8. Chronological age appropriateness 9.- Physical characteristics of the environment (e.g., is the Mall en- closed.? or open?) 10. Frequency of use by chronological aged peers 11. Current/Subsequent 12. Amount of physical activity required 13. Health and safety factors 14. Availabilit 15. Degree of anticipated independence 16. Complexit of skills (cost efficiency) 17. Degree of partial participation 18.- Staff preference 19. Social significance (e.g., a-student frequently goes out to eat with his parents and displays table manners that draw much negative attention; table manners become a priority due to their social significance) 20. Logistically tenable Other This is onl a list of some of the possible considerations. Other possibilities may exist depending on the student(s) involved.
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