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Martial Arts Instruction : Applying Educational Theory and Communication Techniques in the Dojo :  Applying Educational Theory and Communication Techniques in the Dojo - Lawrence A. Kane

Martial Arts Instruction : Applying Educational Theory and Communication Techniques in the Dojo

Applying Educational Theory and Communication Techniques in the Dojo

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Incorporates lesson plan development, discusses instructional implications of learning style differences, and demonstrated how to foster an environment conducive to learning.

"I found myself thinking 'I didn't know that' several times as I read this book." -- Loren W. Christensen "Boeing trains hundreds of security officers, Kane's ideas will help us be more effective." -- Gregory A. Gwash, Chief Security Officer

Forewordp. ix
Prefacep. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Introductionp. xvii
Understanding Learning Style Differencesp. 1
All Students Are Not Alikep. 3
Contribution of the Five Senses to Memory Retentionp. 4
Characteristics of Auditory Learnersp. 5
Characteristics of Kinesthetic Learnersp. 6
Characteristics of Visual Learnersp. 8
Summaryp. 9
Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Tool to Understand Student Predilectionsp. 11
Understanding Personality Typesp. 12
Accommodating Learning Style Preferencesp. 18
Observable Behavior Patternsp. 20
Applying MBTI to Accommodate Student Predilectionsp. 21
Applying MBTI Preferences to Motivate Martial Arts Studentsp. 26
Teaching Childrenp. 30
Teaching Adultsp. 36
Summaryp. 38
Application of the Six Teaching Styles to Martial Artsp. 41
Modelingp. 42
Lecturingp. 43
Cooperative Performancep. 44
Independent Performancep. 46
Knowledge Capturep. 48
Role Reversalp. 49
Summaryp. 51
Fostering a Positive Learning Environmentp. 53
Attitudep. 56
Etiquettep. 62
Traditionp. 65
Emotional Environmentp. 68
Physical Environmentp. 69
Tailoring to Special Student Needsp. 73
Exemplary Students, Exemplary Instructorsp. 75
Summaryp. 87
Dojo Lesson Planningp. 89
Formal Plans for Individual Lessonsp. 91
Classroom Managementp. 93
Testing and Advancement Principlesp. 96
Progression of Class Activitiesp. 102
Opening and Closing Ceremoniesp. 103
Teaching Darumap. 103
Teaching Kigu Hojo Undop. 108
Codification of Technique and Learning Velocityp. 110
Teaching Katap. 113
Teaching Bunkaip. 119
Teaching Kiso Kumitep. 124
Teaching Self-Defensep. 126
Summaryp. 134
Conclusionp. 137
Stages of Teachingp. 138
Hokusei Yudanshakai Advancement Requirements (through Shodan)p. 143
Basic Techniquesp. 143
Kata & Kata Bunkaip. 143
The Kata of Goju Ryup. 149
Core Kata of Goju Ryup. 149
Additional Katap. 151
Determining Your Psychological Type Answer Sheet for Psychological Type Questionsp. 153
Sample Lesson Planp. 158
Photograph Acknowledgmentsp. 161
Notesp. 173
Glossaryp. 177
Bibliographyp. 185
Indexp. 187
About the Authorp. 189
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ISBN: 9781594390241
ISBN-10: 159439024X
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 214
Published: January 2001
Publisher: YMAA Publication Center
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.3  x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.33