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Activity Analysis Format

Subject : engineering
Instructions:
  • Answer 27 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Size of area - arrangement of room/area (work surfaces - seating - lighting - etc.) - possible locations activity could be performed in - possible terrain/conditions which may be encountered when engaged in activity - plants - animals - weather - roa






2. Examine how the contexts surrounding the client may impact desire - motivation - ability to engage - and support of engagement in the activity






3. The social structure and demands that may be required by the activity - need to adhere to rules - share and collaborate - need to communicate with others one- on - one or in small/large groups - need for active listening - manners - eye contact - awa






4. Materials and tools required to complete activity (expendable and non - expendable)






5. Identify how the nonhuman aspects of the client's contexts may impact activity engagement






6. Applicable if the activity requires communication in the absence of physical contact - computer e- mail - web camera - chat room - IM - social platforms (facebook - twitter - etc) - phone - smart phones - cell phones - etc






7. Refers to the position of the client when engaged in the activity






8. Refers to the degree of problem solving - decision making - environmental challenge - etc.






9. Address methods of grading/modifying the activity to facilitate improved independence and/or engagement.






10. Population groups - preschoolers - seniors - teens - etc - identify populations which would benefit from engagement in activity - individuals with specific diagnosis/conditions






11. The degree sequencing required and amount of time required to complete the activity.






12. Involves the size - shape - weight - texture - color - taste - temperature - etc. of materials used






13. Identify how the following may impact engagement in the activity: developmental stage of the client - place in life cycle- parenting cycle - career cycle - transition cycle (retirement - leaving hs/college)






14. Refers to the position of materials in proximity to the client.






15. Identify the 10 main steps required to complete the activity - sequencing required to complete activity - timing requirements to complete activity






16. Address how the client's culture may influence engagement in activity - customs and beliefs - activity patterns - behavior standards and expectations accepted by the individual's society






17. Objects and properties - space demands - social demands - sequencing and timing






18. Textures - weight - density - shapes - temperature - etc.which may impact client's ability/desire to engage in activity






19. Fundamental orientation - internalized beliefs and values which may affect desire to engage in activity






20. Potential modifications to the environment that may increase client ability to engage in activity.






21. Refers to the social structure/demands that may be required to complete the activity






22. Identify potential risks of activity - identify means of insuring client safety when engaged in activity






23. Include a brief description of the activity - identify the area/s of occupation addressed by the activity (ADL - IADL - work - play - leisure - etc)






24. Identify how personal aspects of the individual may affect engagement in the activity - age and gender - socioeconomic and educational status - personal beliefs - perceptions and expectations






25. Address how the social context may impact engagement in the activity - availability and expectations of significant individuals - family - spouse/partner - close friends - caregivers - influence of larger social groups - team - church group - work gr






26. Identify potential adaptive equipment which would facilitate activity engagement.






27. Required contact with others when engaged in activity. includes verbal - tactile and visual cues.