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Republic of the Philippines

COLEGIO de KIDAPAWAN
Quezon Boulevard, Kidapawan City
Second Semester, S.Y. 2018-2019
Based on CMO No.25 s.2015, CMO 4 s. 2018 and CMO 20s.2013

Where quality and relevant education is within everyone’s reach…


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

I. VISION

Colegio de Kidapawan envisions in improving the Quality of Life through Quality


Education.

II. MISSION

Colegio de Kidapawan aims to produce outstanding professionals in a culturally diverse and


changing global society.

III. CORE VALUES

1. Excellence – The ability to achieve superior/outstanding performance.


2. Integrity – The willingness to act consistently in accordance with social standards and
moral values of society.
3. Service – An act of helpful activity to answer the needs and promote the welfare of
others.
4. Commitment – An act of voluntarily taking on and fulfilling obligations.
5. Accountability – Willingness to accept responsibility.

IV. DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES

1. Provide enhanced programs on safety, health, environment concerns and public welfare
through adherence to required codes and laws;
2. Undertake individual group projects to exhibit ability in solving complex engineering
problems;
3. Produce morally upright professionals exhibiting involvement in community services;
4. Conduct researches which improve/enhance engineering practices;
5. Initiate and implement actions toward the improvement of engineering practices in the
local, regional, national and global communities.

V. PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Graduates of the Computer Engineering program of Colegio de Kidapawan are expected to


attain the following objectives 3-5 years after graduation:

1. Engage in the practice of Computer Engineering industry, education and public service;
2. Engage in professional development through individual effort and advance professional
education; and
3. Provide technical leadership with an understanding on the broader ethical and societal
impact of technological developments and the importance
of diversity in the workplace.
COURSE OUTLINE

I. COURSE OVERVIEW

A. Course Number : P.E.1


B. Course Title : Fundamentals of Martial Arts
C. No. of Units : 2 units (2 hours Lecture)
D. Hours/Weeks/Sem : 54 hours/18weeks/1 semester
E. Prerequisite : None
F. Prerequisite to None

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course introduces to students the basic skills, strategies and rules of Taekwondo. It introduces
the development of the specific skills of traditional fundamental techniques of kicking, blocking and its
application and fighting strategies in the form of exercises. It also covers different stances, body
exercises and basics exercises of Taekwondo or form that develop the relax action, agility, flexibility,
speed and endurance. It develops movement, which contributes to an all around physical development.
Special training courses for defense and offense techniques for law enforcers.

COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
1. Develop control of certain fundamental body movement, such as stances, striking and blocking
techniques;
2. Develop the less-dominant arm, hand and foot with different exercises;
3. Develop vitality, posture, agility, flexibility, coordination, balance, speed, daring precision, self-
discipline and self-confidence;
4. courage, alertness, firmness, quickness in thinking and full mental power;
5. Develop striking measures, which call for great coordination and timing;
6. Demonstrate skills on body defenses, unarmed defenses and arresting techniques necessary to
law enforcers and
7. Identify legal techniques that can be used in law enforcing.

Course Coverage:

TIME FRAME TOPIC REFERENCES


1 Colegio de Kidapawan Vision, Mission,
CdK Handbook
Goals, and Objectives
2-3 Brief history of Taekwondo:

a. History of Taekwondo  PTA ( Philippine Taekwondo


Association ) Handbook
1. Founder of Taekwondo
5 tenants of Taekwondo
4-5 Correct Stances, and Body Shifting  PTA ( Philippine Taekwondo
Association ) Handbook
A. Stances

1. Attention or Formal Stance


2. Open Leg Stance “Center stance

3. Right & Left Fighting Stance


4. Right & Left Backward Stances
5. Right & Left Forward stance
B. Body Shifting

1. Stepping-In Forward Right & Left


2. Stepping-Back Right & Left

6-7 Basic form of Kick

1. Stretch Kick
2. In-out Kick
 PTA ( Philippine Taekwondo
3. Out-in Kick
Association ) Handbook
4. Side Kick
5. Push kick
6. 45 Kick

8-9 The Eight (8) Basic Blocking Techniques

1. Down ward block


2. Upward block
3. Double-arm middle block
 PTA ( Philippine Taekwondo
4. Low block
Association ) Handbook
5. Knife Hand block
6. double knife hands block
7. Knife hand middle block
8. Middle block

10-11 Self defense form

1. Self defense form 1


2. Self defense form 2  PTA ( Philippine Taekwondo
3. Self defense form 3 Association ) Handbook
4. Self defense form 4
5. Self defense form 5

12-13 Foundation form number


1. Left Low Block
2. Right Middle Punch
3. Right Low Block
4. Left Middle Punch
5. Left Low Block
6. Right Middle Punch
7. Left Middle Punch
8. Right Middle Punch (Shout)
9. Left Low Block
 PTA ( Philippine Taekwondo
10. Right Middle Block
Association ) Handbook
11. Right Low Block
12. Left Middle Block
13. Left Low Block
14. Right Middle Punch
15. Left Middle Punch
16. Right Middle Punch (Shout)
17. Left Low Block
18. Right Middle Punch
19. Right Low Block
Left Middle Punch
14-18 Foundation form number 2  PTA ( Philippine Taekwondo
1. Left Upward Block Association ) Handbook
2. Right Front Kick, Middle Punch
3. Right Upward Block
4. Left Front Kick, Middle Punch
5. Left Low Block
6. Right High punch
7. Left High punch
8. Right High punch (Shout)
9. Left Upward Block
10. Right Front Kick, Middle Punch
11. Right Upward Block
12. Left Front Kick, Middle Punch
13. Left Low Block
14. Right High Punch
15. Left High Punch
16. Right High Punch (Shout)
17. Left Upward Block
18. Right Front Kick, Middle Punch
19. Right Upward block
20. Left Front Kick, Middle Punch

TEXTBOOK:

 PTA ( Philippine Taekwondo Association ) Handbook

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
The course requires accomplishment of the following:
1. 3 major examinations (Prelim, Midterm, Final)
2. At least 12 short quizzes

COURSE ASSESSMENT:
1. Quiz
2. Assignment
3. Group performance

COURSE POLICIES AND STANDARDS:


1. No cell phones allowed during the class
2. 15 minutes late, consider as absent
3. 3 consecutive absent will be report to the Guidance

Prepared by: Reviewed by:

JAYF T. MANGANSAKAN ENGR. JERSON P. TINGSON


Instructor I OIC, ITE Department Head

Recommending Approval: Approved by:

DR. ROSE MARIE B. BUGARIN JANICE MARIE R. MEARNS-MARTINEZ


Vice-President of Academic Affairs President

Date of Revision: _____________________ Date of Effectivity: _______________________