A Study on the Teaching Method of Judo Subjects as Practical Personality Self-Reflection and Martial Arts

Sport
By. Ilhoon Song Views. 1464

Abstract

Purpose: The virtues acquired based on the experience of Judo subject as practical personality self-reflection and martial arts should be practiced in their lives by developing them as personality competence. In other words, the purpose of this study is to form personality values through Judo, such as detailed lecture teaching plan and learning education plan, on the personality view of Judo subject as practical personality self-reflection and martial arts.

Method: This study was to obtain the amount and quality of lectures and research in the field of education through the study of teaching method innovation of Judo subject as practical personality self-reflection and martial arts. In addition, a learning model for communicating with students was presented and a better teaching method was presented. Furthermore, it will proceed to improve the learner's ability such as critical thinking ability, communication ability, interactive communication, cooperation ability, and creativity of the study according to the teaching method innovation of Judo subject as practical personality self-reflection and martial arts.

Results: The advantage of action learning class was that it not only Judo participated in the class through the presentation of discussion and Judo practice but also improved the ability of the students to observe, discover and control their cognitive process from a higher level of perspective. In addition, it is a learning method that is essential for the fourth industrial era because it can improve the ability such as critical thinking ability, communication ability, cooperation ability, and creativity as practical personality education.

Conclusion: Personality Classroom As a natural self-reflection and martial arts, various topics such as methods and models for Judo class operation and teaching method innovation methodology, or media production were possible. In other words, there should be a teaching method and a learning model according to the amount and quality of lectures and research in the educational field through the teaching method research method. In addition, it is necessary to plan the class operation that can participate and worry on its own so that learners can motivate, and to have learning programs such as Judo's curriculum as a practical personality self-reflection and martial arts of the learning model, design of learner, learning development, utilization of learners, management of learners and evaluation of learners.

[Keywords] Practical Personality, Judo, Teaching Method, Self-Reflection, Learning Education Program



References

[1] Kim JH. Analysis of the Actual Condition and Improvement in Martial Arts Challenge Classes in Elementary School. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 21(3), 31-44 (2019).
[2] Kim EH. The Roles Of Yongmoo-do Leading Martial Arts Education In 21st(C). The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 6(2), 47-64 (2004).
[3] Lee KW & Ahn YK. A Research on the Application Direction for Martial Arts Training through the Character Education Policy Analysis. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 21(3), 141-153 (2019).
[4] Park DC. Somatics and Physical Training Skill in Martial Art. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 4(2), 77-84 (2002).
[5] Kim EH. The Current Status and Future Directions of Martial-arts Education in Yongin University. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 7(2), 1-34 (2005).
[6] Kim JY. The Existence basis of Dongnae ‘Martial Arts School’ and Martial Arts Education in Open Port Area. Korean Journal of History of Physical Education, Sport and Dance, 16(3), 11-25 (2011).
[7] Lee KY & Cho YT. Needs Analysis for Personality Education Orientation of the College Students. Journal of Character Education and Research, 1(2), 1-18 (2016).
[8] Yu SS. Study on the Method and Prospect of Personality Education in AI Era of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Studies of Chinese & Korean Humanities, 60, 33-48 (2018).
[9] Nam kJ. Effect of Group Art Program for the Personality Education of University Students. The Journal of Learner-centered Curriculum and Instruction, 18(8), 957-980 (2018).
[11] Shin YU. The Martial Art Instruction of Douisangma Yogiwiin. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 12(3), 1-16 (2010).
[13] Choi HS & Kim BC. The Effect of Martial Arts Training of Noncommissioned Officer Cadets on Leadership Skills and Innovative Behavior. International Journal of Military Affairs, 5(1), 48-55 (2020). [Article]
[14] Kim EY. The Right Directions for Education in Korean Hapkido Dojang. International Journal of Martial Arts, 1(2), 1-7 (2016). [Article]
[15] Kim DG & Son MS & Jo SG. Study on Guard Organization in Korea and Usability of Judo as Guarding Martial Arts: Based on Ashi-waza and Ura-nage. International Journal of Martial Arts, 1(2), 27-37 (2016). [Article]
[16] Kim JH & Lee DH. The Influence of Experiential Marketing of Judo Gym on Exercise Participation: The Verification of Mediation Effect of Experiential Satisfaction. International Journal of Martial Arts, 4(2), 1-13 (2019). [Article]
[17] Jo SG & Choi SH. A Study on the Application Changes of Judo Techniques Depending on the Winning Experience and being Selected Experience as a Representative Player. International Journal of Martial Arts, 5(1), 14-25 (2020). [Article]
[19] Kim Y & Kim NK & Kwak YM. A Study of Humanistic Recognition Paradigm for Martial Arts. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 22(3), 39-52 (2020).
[20] Kim EH & Kong SY. The Effects of the Technical System of Kuk Sool on Korean Modern Martial Arts. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 21(1), 61-76 (2019).
[21] Park CD & Choi JK. A Study on the Education of Chinese Martial Arts before the Modern Era. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 20(2), 87-104 (2018).
[22] Park CD. A Study on the Concept of Martial Arts Terminology. Korean Journal of History of Physical Education, Sport and Dance, 23(1), 21-35 (2018).
[23] Yang JB. Ground Thoughts of the Eastern Asian Martial Arts Culture. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 15(3), 15-36 (2013).
[24] Kim YS. A Study on Class Hierarchy and DAN-GUB Systems Shown in Oriental Martial Arts. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 11(1), 35-47 (2009).
[25] Kim EH & Heo KS. A Study on the Promotion Directions of Korean Martial Arts among Korea,China and Japan’s Martial Arts Policy. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 10(2), 7-20 (2008).
[26] Choi JK & Kim JP. A Means of Nonverbal Cultivation System in the Oriental Martial arts Performed. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 18(3), 43-57 (2016).
[27] Kim WS & Kim CY. Influence of Martial Arts SNS Influencers’ Engagement and Audience Attitudes. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 23(3), 135-147 (2021).
[28] Choi BK. Martial Arts Theory about Practice and a Test in the Martial Arts Manual Mooyedobotongji. Korean Journal of History of Physical Education, Sport and Dance, 12(2), 29-44 (2007).
[29] Na YI. The Introductive Process of Martial Arts into Muyedobotonggi. Korean Journal of History of Physical Education, Sport and Dance, 6(1), 144-154 (2001).
[30] Kim BT. A Study on Training Purpose of Korean Traditional Martial-arts. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 9(2), 57-79 (2007).
[31] Jeong CHM. A Historical study on the Martial Art(Kungsa) in the Period of the Koryeo Dynasty. Korean Journal of History of Physical Education, Sport and Dance, 8(2), 111-128 (2003).
[32] Chung EK & Choi BK. Problems Concerning Recognition of Martial Arts and Its Succession System. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 3(1), 61-72 (2001).
[33] Choi BK. The Evaluation of Theoretical Foundation for Establishing the History of Korean Martial Arts. The Journal of Korean Alliance of Martial Arts, 2(1), 157-171 (2000).



[10] Song IH & Kim ES & Sun WK. Judo. Dragon Practice Personality Education (2021).
[12] Kim JH & Kim SC & Kim CH. The Theory of Martial Arts. Korean Media (1997).
[18] Son IS. History of Korean Education. Jeongeum (1989).



? Source: news.sbs.co.kr