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Effective Term:
Summer 2015 through Fall 2023
Course Number:
PE 183Y
Course Title:
Tae Kwon Do II
Credit Hours:
Lecture Hours:
Lecture/Lab Hours:
Lab Hours:

Course Description

Progressive continuation of the fundamental techniques employed in the art of Tae Kwon Do I. Audit available.

Addendum to Course Description

Student provides appropriate sport clothing for activity.

Intended Outcomes for the course

Upon completion of the course students should be able to:

  1. Improve overall body conditioning
  2. Improve cardiovascular conditioning
  3. Improve body agility and correct alignment
  4. Improve skill-related components of fitness
  5. Improve kinesthetic awareness
  6. Advance student's growth and conditioning toward lifelong fitness
  7. Build on beginning knowledge of Tae Kwon Do I
  8. Advance growth and awareness development through Tae Kwon Do II
  9. Apply the benefits of Tae Kwon Do II
  10. Apply terminology and techniques for Tae Kwon Do II

Outcome Assessment Strategies

  1. Attendance
  2. Active participation and effort
  3. Skill assessment
  4. Practical Exams

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