Micro-technical gesture in Kihon - 40 educational to teach karate and martial arts to children.
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Contents: educational 40 organized in progression that demonstrates how it is possible to teach children and in older beginners, gestures and knowledge make micro-techniques that will serve as a springboard for learning basic techniques Kihon.
The method is simply and totally INNOVATIVE INEDITE since it relies on the use of CLEVER equipment simple and practical design: fries foam with a length of only 40 cm.
The pedagogical way Vol.5 is a rhythmic DVD, supported the comments that is part of the pedagogical logic of all DVDs in the same series (sold several thousand copies).
DVD lectured - Language: French - 33 minutes.
Like all of the DVD serie "The educational path", volume 5 represents a wealth of practical and theoretical information for all teachers to groups of children charging or beginners as well as for all candidates for a teaching degree.
More: Developed from a more recent approach in the field of learning theory, instructional Way Vol.5 proposes a method that aims to build the technical gesture in beginners.
UNIQUE and INNOVATIVE:
We were talking about closing the fist, orientation of the Kento of Hikite, preparation of motion, balance, forearm rotation (pronation and supination of the forearm) and others, to respect these conditions for the technique to be effective have the distinction of not limit itself to a single technique.
With a non-comprehensive directory of 10 rules of action it is possible to defineobjectives referred to micro-technical, that is to say real gestural experiences made of strands of technical and essential know-how to achieve the basic techniques. This micro technical phase is the first link in a progression that must lead to the 1st kyhon among beginners.
Pedagogically, we have additionally created the educational gathering 2 essential conditions and highly reactive children:
To achieve these two requirements, students will manipulate in a way a SIMPLE CLEVER hardware design and INNOVATIVE: fries foam with a length of 40 cm.
The pedagogical way Vol.5 is as much for teachers of Karate and martial arts in activity to future teachers preparing a degree.
DVD rich theoretical and pedagogical level, it is also a tool for all practitioners beginner eager to start Karate in the best conditions thanks to some 40 educational to achieve for itself in addition to the course.
PE teacher and graduate status in Karate, Alain Foltz is responsible for the Staff College League of Limousin from 2004 to 2008, webmaster Infokaraté dedicated since 2001 to the training of teachers of Karate and host internships academic Karate (teacher Training EPS).
"The educational path Vol.1 Vol.2 Vol.3 Vol.4 and Vol.5" are particularly innovative educational resources for any teacher to load one or more groups of children and candidates AFA, DAF, DIF, PIC and DEJEPS.
WHAT THEY THINK
"For our part, we feel it is a great way to bring the child to achieve a chain: each action they perform is transformed into a" success "for the child because he managed to hit the fried. more continues, more there "success; "And it continues, the more it is able to run a chain of several movements. The child also learns to focus on having fun ... The children had fun ...
For us your DVDs are essential: they educate children differently. I have known traditional teaching, sometimes very hard physically, consisting of countless rehearsals. By combining traditional teaching (physically less hard than before ...) the way you do, I think teaching Karate becomes more complete. These DVDs give us good ideas. When will the 6th DVD? Thank you "- Guy Mony (Canada) - Page Facebook
"Not at all good once again this DVD. I love this educational excellence on your part, this 5th DVD is in the image of the 4 others, especially not stop. A question you allow me Mr. Foltz. How do you to find all that? and why you do not do internship. Congratulations and thank you for the speed of delivery. "P. Dulou KC Veyre.
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