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Ch 35: Principles of Individual & Outdoor Activities

About This Chapter

With this chapter, you will review different student engagement activities that involve the outdoors and promote individual and group health, as well as different ways to modify these activities to meet the needs of individual students.

Principles of Individual & Outdoor Activities - Chapter Summary

This chapter has been put together to help you study for questions about individual and outdoor activities that can be used to promote health and fitness. With the lessons in this chapter you will have the opportunity to follow along with our professional instructors as they explain various outdoor activities, how they help promote students' health, and different ways you can modify those activities to ensure success for the individual student. After this chapter you should have a better understanding of:

  • Student engagement activities
  • Ways to expose students to outdoor activities
  • Noncompetitive, leisure and community oriented outdoor activities
  • Methods of adjusting outdoor activities for individual needs

Each lesson video is mobile device compatible so you can watch them at your own convenience, even if you don't have access to a computer at the time. After watching these lesson videos, you may reinforce your understanding of the presented material by reading the lesson transcripts. These written lesson overviews will not only provide you with an additional way to review the material, but also a way to study the key vocabulary of the chapter. If at any time during this chapter you find a topic that confuses you, be sure to send any questions you may have to our instructors via the teacher tabs of the lessons.

Chapter Practice Exam
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