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Indiana University, Bloomington
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Sph-R 230 - Recreational Sports Programming
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Read and review class lectures notes PowerPoint slides crash course handouts on Oncourse and textbook Chapters 7 8 9 and 10 EXAM FORMAT The exam will consist of multiple choice questions and a number of listing and short answer questions INSTRUCTIONAL SPORTS Textbook Chapter 7 Instructional Sports pp 99 118 1 Identify and define four different types of instructional sports Educational Recreational Athletic professional 2 What factors should be considered in selecting instructors Recruitment Selection Education Performance of qualified instructors 3 What methods may be utilized in delivering an instructional sport program Planning o Plan each phase of the program and the content of each session Orientation o Instructor participants meet and discuss topics goals On site facility review Participants Format Program content 4 Describe the three types of participants Highly motivated Highly motivated at the start Anxious or reluctant 5 What factors would you use in assessing the credentials of instructors Knowledge and skill Willingness Reputation Background check Experience Enthusiasm Training and background Planning Announcement application YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAMMING 1 General information regarding why kids participate in sports reasons they drop out of programs and how to change their attitudes about participation 2 Understand youth sports objectives principles and policies Objectives o Outcomes you hope to reach with your program Principles o Pre determined rules or actions on how you will make judgments that become policies Policies o Plans or courses of action adopted by you and your program 3 What are key program objectives safe enjoyable recreation etc safe enjoyable recreation positive self concepts and self esteem motivate to achieve and desire to strive for excellence lifetime participation in sports 4 What are key program principles athlete centered vs adult centered etc athlete centered vs adult centered o stay centered on the participant recreation vs competition child only vs parent involvement learning vs performing winning vs participation sport for all vs sport for gifted end vs means quantity vs quality 5 What are key program policies program content athlete participation guidelines etc program content athlete participation guidelines coach eligibility player selection equipment policies facility policies practice policies contest policies participant behavior adult behavior awards recognition health safety 6 Understand and be knowledgeable on how to incorporate all of the above into a youth sports program How do they interrelate with each other 7 Why are background checks the 1 item that must be conducted with youth sports personnel INFORMAL SPORTS Textbook Chapter 8 Informal Sports pp 119 131 1 Describe several participant factors which facilitate informal sport participation Availability and accessibility of facilities o People w disabilities wheelchairs ramps wheelchair basketball o how easy it is to get there seasonal timing o outdoor in summer skiing snowboarding in winter scheduling o age of participant o popularity of activities o communicate the availability of facilities o reservations block scheduling reducing conflict o communicate changes early convenience o towel service o equipment rental o parking o concessions cleanliness o clean attractive facility helps maintain positive public image staffing o play a vital role in attracting participants or directing them elsewhere cost o types of fees and charges policies and procedures o to explain rules regulations o should be written in clear and concise format 2 Explain the two types of facility scheduling Short term reservations o Made on a short term basis Daily monthly weekly o Mostly one time requests Racquetball tennis golf Can be for special interest or target groups Block scheduling o Objective priority review of separate facilities o Completed on seasonal or yearly basis o Headcounts can be helpful o Allows advanced planning and maximum facility usage 4 List several conveniences that are important to include in informal sports Towel service Equipment rental Adequate parking Concessions Hot tub or sauna childcare 5 What are typical job responsibilities for informal sport supervisors CLUB SPORTS PROGRAMMING Textbook Chapter 10 Club Sport pp 175 209 1 Define club sports 2 Describe the three types of clubs athletic instructional and social Athletic o Interested in scheduling and hosting tournament s league and structured events Instructional o Sharing knowledge and experience to improve skills Social o Seek membership to meet others who enjoy the same activities 3 Describe the conservative vs liberal approach to club sports programming Conservative o Club members have little or no discretion in determining operational procedures o Financial support is given by the institution having administrative oversight of the clubs o Schedules and activities must receive administrative approval o Members must have medical insurance and a medical examination Liberal o Club members have greater latitude for determining operation procedures o Members control funding traveling scheduling and purchasing o Members must have their own insurance coverage and know their limits 4 List and describe some operational concerns eligibility affiliation meetings safety facilities equipment insurance travel promotion and finance Membership eligibility o Coaches students alumni limited participation outside community Safety o Medical examination o Safety plan w emergency procedures o Safety conduct o Accident report form Facility arrangements o How does club sport fit in with other program areas for practices and special events Equipment o Where it is stored o How it is checked out o Equipment vs supplies Insurance travel o Blanket insurance policies that cover all sport club activities or events o Travel procedures Itinerary Roster Post trip form Cleared drivers Event management instruction o On site for all home games o Emergency procedures for each sport o How are coaches instructors qualified to work with students Budget o Income o expenses INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAMMING Textbook Chapter 9 Intramural and Extramural Sports pp 133 143 1 Types of events individual sports dual sports team sports meet format swimming wrestling special events co ed intramurals 2 Know and understand eligibility policies Individual eligibility o Only one team per sport or contest o Assumed name is not eligible o Living working or attending a specified unit


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