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Teaching Martial Arts for Fitness and Fun Book/Video Ntsc Pkg: A Noncontact Approach for Young People Jason M. Winkle

Teaching Martial Arts for Fitness and Fun Book/Video Ntsc Pkg: A Noncontact Approach for Young People

Jason M. Winkle

Published February 27th 2001
ISBN : 9780736032452
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96 pages
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 About the Book 

Teachers are always looking for fun, motivating, and effective ways to improve the lifelong fitness of kids and teens. This new book and video package will help you quickly and easily learn basic noncontact martial art techniques--whether you haveMoreTeachers are always looking for fun, motivating, and effective ways to improve the lifelong fitness of kids and teens. This new book and video package will help you quickly and easily learn basic noncontact martial art techniques--whether you have previous experience or not--so you can get your physical education students excited about cardiokickboxing.Teaching Martial Arts for Fitness and Fun: A Noncontact Approach for Young People puts martial arts into an educational context. It focuses on how children and adolescents can practice the techniques safely to get aerobically fit, improve flexibility and balance, and have a good time. The book includes a wealth of essential teaching tools, all in one ready-to-use package:- 9 illustrations and over 30 photos for a step-by-step look at key skills- Skills checklists- Detailed lesson plans- The history of martial arts and its benefits- Appropriate assessments for 12 different martial art skillsYou can select the format that fits your curriculum, including 8-week, 16-week, 24-week, and 32-week unit plans. Each unit plan describes the space and equipment needed, the purpose of the lesson, the organization of the class, and the lesson schedule. It also includes space to jot down ideas for the next lesson.The book also includes instructions on using the companion video effectively. The video includes a 20-minute demonstration of basic techniques and a complete 25-minute aerobic workout that incorporates your newly learned skills. You can view the video on your own to learn fundamental moves and build confidence before class. You can also share the video with your students to enhance learning.Whether or not you have a background in martial arts, Teaching Martial Arts for Fitness and Fun: A Noncontact Approach for Young People is a great way to learn basic moves and introduce students safely and correctly to a physical activity that they can enjoy for a lifetime.