Course Content and Outcome Guide for PE 183Z
- Course Number:
- PE 183Z
- Course Title:
- Tae Kwon Do III
- Credit Hours:
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- Special Fee:
Course DescriptionExpands knowledge of Tae Kwon Do techniques beyond the basics while strengthening self-defense skills. Covers skills required for national and international black belt certifications, as well as skills required for Olympic-style sparring referee certification through USA Taekwondo. Develops skill set required to instruct beginning Tae Kwon Do students, including the use of Korean vocabulary and classroom etiquette. Recommend: PE 183Y or instructor approval. Audit available.
Intended Outcomes for the course
§ Improve overall physical conditioning through participation in Tae Kwon Do, including but not limited to improvements in cardiorespiratory
fitness, muscle fitness, and flexibility/range of motion.
§ Perform safe and effective self defense skills, falls, throws and sparring techniques.
§ Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
§ Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.
Outcome Assessment Strategies
¢ Learned new forms and self-defense skills
¢ Improvement on basic and previously learned skills
¢ Application of prior skills/techniques
¢ Participate in, and contribute to, class discussions and activities
¢ Skill assessment through demonstration.
¢ Practical exams.
¢ Open to learn new concepts
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)
Warm-ups and cool-downs
¢ Conditioning, stretching, and endurance development
¢ Body mechanics and alignment development
¢ Discuss differences between Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Karate, Aikido, Boxing, etc.
¢ History and traditions of Tae Kwon Do
¢ Differences between traditional Tae Kwon Do and Olympic Tae Kwon Do
¢ Ki Bon (basics) blocks, kicks, punches, and combinations
¢ Poomse (forms) long sets of prearranged movements in Tae Kwon Do
¢ Dare Ee On - choreographed 3-step fighting techniques
¢ Tumbling and controlled falling
¢ Combination punching
¢ Safety concerns
¢ Blocking and evading an attacker
¢ Practice warm-ups, cool-downs
¢ Select appropriate conditioning, stretching, and endurance exercises
¢ Demonstrate correct body mechanics and alignment
¢ Interpret differences between various techniques of the martial arts
¢ Demonstrate Ki Bon
¢ Demonstrate Poomse
¢ Demonstrate Dare Ee On
¢ Utilize correct tumbling and fall techniques
¢ Demonstrate correct and effective punching, blocking, and evading