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what is leisure

by: Kalli Wyatt

what is leisure RECM 404

Kalli Wyatt

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this is when we talked about the difference between leisure and recreation
Foundations & Fundamentals
Stacy Taniguchi
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kalli Wyatt on Sunday September 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to RECM 404 at Brigham Young University taught by Stacy Taniguchi in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Foundations & Fundamentals in Foundations & Fundamentals at Brigham Young University.

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Date Created: 09/25/16
homework -go to bridge -email your resume beforehand -meet for 30 minutes by 11/22 (442 TNRB) -subit revised resume for class assignment/leisure creed portfolio {9/21/2016} • Leisure is more of the state of mind during period which we call discretionary time in which you make choices • recreation is one of the choices that you make during your leisure time. 1. running reading laying on the beach, etc. • the key to leisure is you STATE OF MIND— during your discretionary time • it’s all about what you CHOOSE to do. • you need to design the experiences you market based on evidence, not just your opinion of what is awesome. • Sir Francis Bacon developed the scientific method— this is what we need to use to start our experience 1. curiosity 2. form a question/define the problem 3. conduct research 4. develop hypothesis— an educated guess 5. test it & control (you have to have something to compare it to) 6. conclusion ▪ repeat if the problem isn’t resolved ▪ if you use the scientific method you will always get an answer — Sir. Francis Bacon • Theory— a well tested hypothesis that seems to be the answer to the problem. It has yet to be proven wrong


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