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Program Development of the Kau Kau Hui

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Title: Program Development of the Kau Kau Hui
Authors: Yusi, Akiyo
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: The topic of this paper is the program development of a recreational activity for physically handicapped persons. The activity is called the Kau Kau Hui. Kau kau is the Hawaiian expression for food. Hui is the Chinese expression for a group of two or more people coming together for a common cause or mutual profit. As the name implies this activity brings people together for the purpose of providing a meal for the participants. This paper will describe the activity by presenting the program development in detail. Program development involves a cycle of planning, programing and evaluation. In the planning phase the needs, objectives and purpose are identified. The methods to fulfill the purpose are designed, and then a plan to implement the program is established. The programming phase involves the actual implementation of the program. In this case, this phase of the program development was conducted and supervised by the planner. The final phase of program development is the evaluation. Data is collected and interpreted. The variables are identified and significant correlations are described. Implications of the data and correlations are stated. Conclusions and recommendations are formulated. Thus forming a base for future program development.
Pages/Duration: 27 pages
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