2009, Volume 5

A study of the difficulties involved in introducing young children to judo techniques: a proposed teaching programme



Jose Garcia Garcia1, Vincente Carratalá Deval2, Stanisław Sterkowicz3, Raquel Molina4

1Faculty of Sports Science, University of Castilla La Mancha, La Mancha, Spain, La Mancha
2Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Science, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain, Valencia
3Cracow Academy of Physical Education, University of Cracow, Cracow, Poland, Cracow
4Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Science, University of Granada, Granada, Spain, Granada


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Abstract

The process of teaching-learning judo has developed from a single competition-oriented focus towards the diversification of goals that aim to provide a broader sense of physical activity, ranging from educational to health-related aspects and including, of course, sporting competition. With this in mind we sought the opinion of active judo teachers with regard to the traditional teaching of the sport. We received almost a thousand responses from teachers, who felt that the order in which techniques are taught ought to be changed to take the following aspects into consideration: the safety of participants, ease of execution and motivation.


Key words: go-kyo, judo, novice, teaching-learning programme


Cite this article as:

AMA:

Garcia J, Deval V, Sterkowicz S et al. A study of the difficulties involved in introducing young children to judo techniques: a proposed teaching programme. ARCH BUDO. 2009;5

APA:

Garcia, J.G., Deval, V.C., Sterkowicz, S., & Molina, R. (2009). A study of the difficulties involved in introducing young children to judo techniques: a proposed teaching programme. ARCH BUDO, 5

Chicago:

Garcia, Jose Garcia, Deval Vincente Carratalá, Sterkowicz Stanisław, Molina Raquel. 2009. "A study of the difficulties involved in introducing young children to judo techniques: a proposed teaching programme". ARCH BUDO 5

Harvard:

Garcia, J.G., Deval, V.C., Sterkowicz, S., and Molina, R. (2009). A study of the difficulties involved in introducing young children to judo techniques: a proposed teaching programme. ARCH BUDO, 5

MLA:

Molina, Raquel et al. "A study of the difficulties involved in introducing young children to judo techniques: a proposed teaching programme." ARCH BUDO, vol. 5, 2009

Vancouver:

Garcia JG, Deval VC, Sterkowicz S et al. A study of the difficulties involved in introducing young children to judo techniques: a proposed teaching programme. ARCH BUDO 2009; 5