Understanding and being able to execute the proper rowing strokes and oar rig maneuvers in whitewater environments is an essential function of a river guide. This lesson covers rowing strokes as well as strategies for moving an oar rig downriver. Oar strokes follow the same school of thought as paddle strokes, covered in the canoeing unit, when it comes to the reach, catch, power, and recovery phases of the stroke.
This lesson covers how to maneuver safely and efficiently through a cave using basic techniques. Check that students understand various techniques and skills for maneuvering in a cave by having them assess appropriate techniques during their first trip as described in the follow-up activity. Assess whether students feel confident moving through caves while using various techniques through observation and student self-reporting after a trip.
Reread any line in which you marked an error as well as two or three lines before and after the marked error, looking for other errors. Punctuation errors and inconsistencies: Mark glaring errors and query moderate ones. Errors in front matter listings--table of contents doesn’t match chapter, section headings, or page numbers; list of illustrations doesn’t match illustration or page numbers: Mark all errors.