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what is your conclusion in intramural college?
Weegy: The term intramural comes from the Latin intra (within) and murus (wall). In a collegiate setting, intramural usually refers to a formally organized program of activities, games, and sports designed to meet the needs of the entire college community. [ Campus intramural and recreational programs normally provide an opportunity for voluntary participation and/or competition among members of the same institution, and also for occasional competition between intramural groups at other institutions. Because participation is voluntary and open to all, intramural activities allow all students to experience the positive outcomes normally reserved for varsity athletes. The intramural motto reads, "An activity for everyone and everyone in an activity" (Hyatt, p. 10), and the main purpose is student enjoyment. Intramural programs exist simply because students enjoy the activities and want them to continue. While there is no other necessary justification for the existence of intramural programs, there are many varied benefits, which have led to the secondary goal of providing educational experiences through physical activity. Several objectives related to this goal are: Physical development–personal fitness programs can help produce happier, healthier individuals. Mental development–many sports provide stress relief and require and enhance quick decision-making, interpretation, and concentration. Social development–being part of a team requires and fosters teamwork, cooperation, and sportsmanship. Skill development–intramural activities provide an opportunity to refine specific physical skills, an opportunity that may not have been available previously. Leisure-time development–these activities encourage a positive choice for filling free time, which may carry over to healthful life decisions. Read more: College Athletics - Intramural Athletics In U.s. Colleges And Universities - Programs, Activities, Recreation, and Students - StateUniversity.com ] (More)
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what is the strategies in intramural college
Weegy: Answer: What is the strategies in intramural college? Intramural sports or intramurals are recreational sports organized within a set geographic area. [ The term derives from the Latin words intra muros meaning "within walls",[1] and was used to indicate sports matches and contests that took place among teams from "within the walls" of an ancient city (as opposed to a varsity team which competed with teams from other cities and towns). Today, "intramural" tournaments are still organized within a specific community or municipal area, between teams of equivalent age or athletic ability. For example, intramural sports programs are often organized on college campuses to promote competition and fun among the students. "Extramural" or varsity games, are games played between teams from different geographic regions or towns. For most schools and campuses, intramural sports are used to promote wellness and allow students who do not compete on a national (NCAA) level an opportunity to be active. intramural sports ] (More)
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describe how the learners interact with each other. what do they talk about?
Weegy: Most people agree that learning anything involves participation. You can't learn to play a musical instrument without actually picking up the instrument and similarly it is difficult to learn a language without engaging with that language. [ Given that language primarily exists to facilitate communication, interaction in that language must have an important role to play in developing a learner's ability in that language. In other words, teachers need to promote learner interaction in order to help the learners succeed. Maximising practice time Learners need to practise as much as possible if they are to be successful. Interaction through pair and group work maximises the opportunities to practise as more learners speak for more of the time. Collaboration Collaborative learning, particularly through the use of collaborative tasks, has been shown to foster language development since learners can see a reason to use language in order to interact. Socialisation Related to the concept of collaboration is that of socialisation. Interaction does not only promote language development but it also fosters the development of social skills (e.g. politeness, respect for others) that people need to operate successfully in any culture. ] (More)
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how do you discipline your chilodren?
Weegy: There are as many philosophies about how to discipline a child as there are parents. However, it is always important to match the disciplinary approach to the child's age. [ Children will respond to certain methods more readily at certain developmental stages than at others. Understand Brain Development. Understanding your child's development is crucial for developing good skills. The effectiveness of your discipline will vary depending on the developmental age of the child: ] (More)
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