PCC/ CCOG / PE

Course Content and Outcome Guide for PE 183W

Course Number:
PE 183W
Course Title:
Judo II
Credit Hours:
1
Lecture Hours:
0
Lecture/Lab Hours:
0
Lab Hours:
30
Special Fee:
 

Course Description

Build on knowledge and skill areas covered in Judo I. Audit available.

Addendum to Course Description

Judo gi (uniform) required. Rings, earrings and body piercings are not allowed during physical participation due to potential injury to other students or self.

Intended Outcomes for the course

  1. Improve overall body conditioning
  2. Develop knowledge and skills from Judo I
  3. Improve whole body agility and correct alignment
  4. Improve kinesthetic awareness
  5. Advance student's growth and conditioning toward lifelong fitness
  6. Improve strength, coordination, and balance
  7. Improve whole body agility and correct alignment
  8. Develop mental awareness, discipline and perseverance

Outcome Assessment Strategies

  1. Attendance
  2. Active participation and attitude
  3. Skill assessment
  4. Class etiquette
  5. Didactic exams (knowledge of rules, mottos, and history)

Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)

CONCEPTS, THEMES, ISSUES (TOPICAL AREAS):
  1. Warm-ups and cool-downs
  2. Conditioning, stretching, and endurance exercises
  3. Etiquette and discipline
  4. Difference between classical and modern competition (Olympic) Judo
  5. Basic body movement (tai sabaki)
  6. Combination techniques, countering, and blocking throws
  7. Standing to grappling transitions
  8. Mat transitions, timing
  9. Controlled arm locks (kansetzu waza)
  10. Grips and breaking grips
  11. Analysis of weakness (direction of throws)
  12. Tournament scoring, training and strategies
  13. Sacrifice techniques
  14. Mental training and visualization
  15. Japanese words and phrases for Judo
  16. Safety concerns
COMPETENCIES/SKILLS:
  1. Practice warm-ups and cool-downs
  2. Select appropriate conditioning, stretching, and endurance exercises
  3. Understand the importance of bowing etiquette/discipline
  4. Demonstrate tumbling and controlled falling techniques (ukemi)
  5. Demonstrate off-balancing techniques (kuzushi)
  6. Demonstrate throwing techniques (tachiwaza - foot/leg throws, hand/arm throws, hip throws) for Judo II
  7. Show mat work, transitions, and hold downs (newaza)
  8. Demonstrate choking (shime waza), and controlled arm locks (kansetzu waza)
  9. Demonstrate grips, sacrifice techniques
  10. Understand basic Japanese words and phrases as used in Judo
  11. Demonstrate Kata form (controlled practice of key elements of Judo II)