Through active participation in activities, this course will develop skills in analyzing activities of daily living, work and productive activities, play or leisure activities, and social participation. The analysis will include the physical and environmental requirements to perform activities. It will identify facilitators and barriers to performance including performance skills, client factors, activity demands, and contexts. The coursework will explore the relationship of activities to broader areas of occupation. The course will offer the students an opportunity to begin to develop skills in teaching, collaborative planning, and goal writing.