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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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1. 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)






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






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






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






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






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






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






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






9. 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






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






11. 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






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






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






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






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






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






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






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






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






20. 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






21. 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






22. 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






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






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






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






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