Presentation on theme: "6-1 1-22 Foundations and Identity of Recreational Sports."— Presentation transcript:
6-1 1-22 Foundations and Identity of Recreational Sports
Today’s Objectives Define key terms important to recreational sports programming Examine the relationship between the various levels of the Leisure Sport Management Model Examine and define the various programming areas within the recreational sports spectrum
Scope of Sport Participation Leisure settings Sport for all concept is international Job market Recreation programming
Sport as a Leisure Experience What is leisure? –Quantitative vs Qualitative Quantitative: –“time span” we can count the hours we spend Qualitative: –State of mind –Personal growth, rejuvenation of spirit –Our own person interpretation of what leisure is as opposed to someone else's
What is recreation? –Defined: a diversion from work, retooling of energy for work, or a positive and socially acceptable leisure activity –Goal of recreation programming?
What is Recreational Sport Programming?
Sports? By Which Definition? Football Ballroom Dancing Ice Hockey Auto racing Euchre Basketball Chess Cheerleading Archery Deer Hunting
Football Flag Football
Ice Hockey Floor Hockey
Autoracing Soap Box Derby
Society for Creative Anachronism Organization that studies and recreates pre-17 th century European culture.
What is Recreational Sport Programming? Social Programming Cultural Programming Special Events Programming Sport Programming –Playing –Challenge –Chance
Sport Programming Cooperative/competitive activity –Manner or style of action in sport In the game form –Describes the design, structure, and format within which sport occurs What separates sport from other cooperative/ competitive activity?
Degrees of Participation Organizational design Rules and regulations Skill performance Physical exertion Mental concentration Risk Rule modification Emphasis on winning Continuum