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SELF DEFENSE SPRING 2010

SELF DEFENSE SPRING 2010 - San Jos State University...

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San José State University Kinesiology 55A 01, Beginning Self Defense Spring 2010 Instructor: Jennifer Schachner Office Location: SPX 301 Telephone: (408) (482-4961) Email: [email protected] Office Hours: TBA Class Days/Time: Section 01Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30-9:20 Classroom: YUH 202 Course Description This class emphasizes the development of basic self-defense awareness, knowledge, mental strategies, physical skills, self-confidence, and hands-on experience. It is assumed that students enrolled in this class have little or no background in self-defense or martial arts but highly motivated in learning. Course Content This course will cover mental aspects of self defense as well as the physical techniques. The concepts included are, rationales of self-defense and awareness, understanding criminals and their crimes, definitions and explanations of murder, aggravated assault, robbery, rape, burglary, workplace violence, gang related violence, terrorism, and family violence as well as legal concerns of self defense. Course will also explore the relationship between self defense and martial arts, self defense for diverse populations and recommend strategies for lifelong self defense and protection. Course Goals and Student Learning Objectives A. show an overall understanding of self-defense and crime prevention, B. develop awareness and concepts of self-defense, C. remember and apply most prevention skills and strategies, D. remember most non-fighting and fighting strategies of self-defense, E. develop physical skills, and apply against unarmed regular-size males in class, F. understand procedures of continuous learning and applications of self-defense, and G. understand self-defense for diverse populations.
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