Introduction

This is a course that deals with basic principles of movement as they apply to Arnis. The subject will concentrate on the students as they understand the basic mechanics dealing with balance, forces and motion. The course responds to the diverse needs of all learners by preparing them to creatively adjust to combative situations that may happen to each of them. Active involvement in this subject aims to promote improved physical fitness components while having it as a source of enjoyment.

Faculty:  Mr. Rizalino Arellano David

Course Code: PE 103

Course Title:  individual Sports (Arnis)

Course Description:

      This is a course that deals with basic principles of movement as they apply to Arnis. The subject will concentrate on the students as they understand the basic mechanics dealing with balance, forces and motion. The course responds to the diverse needs of all learners by preparing them to creatively adjust to combative situations that may happen to each of them. Active involvement in this subject aims to promote improved physical fitness components while having it as a source of enjoyment.  

Number of Units: 2

 

Objectives

A. General Objective:

Ø  Create awareness and develop ability to protect and preserve oneself through the proper application of Filipino martial art of Arnis.

Ø  Uphold the core values of Miriam College : truth, justice, peace, and integrity of creation in service learning and academic programs and activities

B. Specific Objectives:

      Cognitive:

    1. Discuss and explain important persons and landmarks in the history of Arnis
    2. Understand concepts, mechanics and physiological principles in the practice and performance of Filipino fighting art of arnis.
    3. Analyze situations for proper application of self-defense techniques.

Psychomotor

1.   Perform blocks, strikes and counter techniques satisfactorily

2.  Execute defensive and offensive self-defense maneuvers

3.  Carry out correct performance in the application of self-defense techniques

Affective

1.    Appreciate the intrinsic values of self- discipline, patience and perseverance.

2.    Demonstrate courage and determination in the performance of strikes, blocks and counter-strikes inter-class exhibition

3.    Express humility in success and failures.

 

Instructional Materials: Handouts, video and arnis sticks.

 

Course Content:

Week

Topic

Methodology

Skill

Value

Student Output

1

Orientation: School and

Class Policies.

Why Learn Martial Arts?

Advantages of Arnis

Lecture Discussion

Listening

Reading

Humility

Discipline

Attendance

Dedication

Know and Follow School Rules and Regulations.

Appreciation of self-defense skill

2

Introduction to

Arnis

Historical Background

Lecture Discussion

Listening

Reading

Questioning

Patience

Cooperation

Caring

Appreciation of Filipino fighting heritage

3

Self-defense for women

Discussion

Forum

 

Women basic self-defense

Awareness

Diplomacy

Basic women self-defense application

4

12 Striking techniques

Demonstration

Drill

Strike flows and execution

Hard work

Perseverance

Satisfactory performance of different strikes

5-6

12 striking techniques with movements

Demonstration

Command and Execution

Body Coordination

Hard work

Perseverance

Satisfactory performance of

12 striking moving techniques

7

Application of Arnis Blocks based on 12 Strike

Demonstration

Partner Practice

Block application

Respect

Cooperation

Satisfactory Performance of Blocks

8

Application of Arnis Blocks based on 12 Strike

Demonstration

Partner Practice Drills

Block application

Respect

Cooperation

Improve Performance of Blocks

9-10

Block and Counter Attack

Demonstration

Partner Practice

Drills

Timing

Speed

Control

Patience

Respect

Teamwork

Correct execution of Block and Counter Strikes

11

Double Cane Combination

redonda/single sinawali/double sinawali

Demonstration

Partner Practice

Coordination

Accuracy

Control

Team player

Competitiveness

Complete body coordination

12

Double Cane Combination

kadena/payong

 

Demonstration

Partner Practice

Coordination

Accuracy

Control

Team player

Competitiveness

Complete body coordination

13

Double Cane Techniques Combination

Group Practice

Concentration

Timing

Reliability

Harmony

Creativity

Satisfactory skill in stick fighting transition

 

14

Double Cane Techniques Combination

Group Practice

Concentration

Timing

Reliability

Harmony

Creativity

Organize and smooth double stick fighting transition

 

15

Group Practice for Inter-Class Exhibition

Group Practice

monitoring

Organization

Leading

Creativity

Teamwork

Cooperation

Arnis Choreography

16

Service Learning

 

Resource Person

Organizing

Activity

Service

Well Organized SL Workshop

COURSE REQUIREMENTS


            proper uniform, attendance, participation, recitation, quizzes (practical), final examination             (Inter-class exhibition), WCSA/WNCAA game.  Reflection on the movie

 

CLASSROOM POLICIES

 

1.    Must come to class on time (Every late is a deduction and three times is one absent).

2.    Accumulation of 3 invalid absences is automatically FA.

3.    Must wear the prescribed PE uniform every class including appropriate rubber shoes.

4.    Should actively participate in all class activities, such as warm-up exercises, drills, skill presentation, skill practices, practical tests, tournaments, etc.

5.    Must attend in all activities related to the course such as WCSA game & cheer-Dance Exhibition

6.    Must observe proper behavior/attitude in class.

7.    Should strictly follow the school guidelines on absences & tardiness.

8.    Excessive use of cell-phone is not allowed during class.

           

GRADING SYSTEM  


            Final Grade = CA (70 %)  +  FE (30 %)

 

CA (70%) = active participation (attendance, wearing of proper uniform,                            participation, attitude and behavior in class, recitation)

            FE (30%) = Inter-class competition or written final examination

 

RATING SCALE

 

5.0                   (99-100)          Excellent                      

4.5                   (96-98)            Superior

4.0                   (93-95)            Very Good

3.5                   (90-92)            Good

3.0                   (87-89)            Average

2.5                   (84-86)            Low Average

2.0                   (81-83)            Below Average

1.5                   (78-80)            Fair

1.0                   (75-77)            Poor

F          -          Failed

NE       -           Never Entered

W        -           Withdrawn from the course

FA       -           Failure due to Absences

INC     -           Incomplete (must be completed within two months or the grade automatically becomes an F)

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY/REFERENCES  

            Books:

 

            Websites:

 

      Eskrima – Authentic Filipino Martial Arts and armed combat. http://www.eskrima.net

Cebu Eskrima Society. Book.  Dr. Ned RA. Nepangue and Celestino C. Macachor.  Xlibris Publishing. 2007

            United Arnis Kali Eskrima. http://www.unitedarnis.com

            The Filipino Martial Arts. http://www.articlesphere.com/Article/The-Filipino-Martial-Arts

            Arnis: A Question of Origin. http://www.martialartsresource.com/filipino/arnis.html

            Self Defense for Women. http://www.selfdefense-4-women.com

 

CONSULTATION HOURS 

    

                        Wednesday:  10:30 – 11:30

                        Friday:  10:30 – 11:30

 

Approved by:   Mr. Dennis Sajo                                                  Date ________________

                           Chairperson