Physical Education

Topics: Gang, Illegal drug trade, Philippines Pages: 6 (2014 words) Published: June 23, 2013
1.) Latest definition of Physical education
Physical Education - is the process by which changes in the individual are bought about through movements experiences. Physical Education aims not only at physical development but is also concerned with education of the whole person through physical activities. -instruction in the development and care of the body ranging from simple calisthenic exercises to a course of study providing training in hygiene, gymnastics, and the performance and management of athletic games 2.) Differentiate College P.E, to Tertiary P.E.

College physical education are an unrecognized agent of change in combating inactivity-related diseases. It also make important contributions in the primary prevention of inactivity-related chronic diseases and to the general education of the college student. Also awareness and advocacy are needed to strengthen college physical education programs. While Physical education in tertiary can increase student participation in moderate to vigorous physical activity and help high school students gain the knowledge, attitudes, and skills they need to engage in lifelong physical activity 3.) Importance of martial arts in P.E. especially Arnis

The benefits of teaching students the basics of self-defense in a physical education setting cannot be underestimated. A basic self-defense unit can substantially facilitate students' cognitive, psychomotor, and affective development while at the same time offering a fun and challenging alternative to regular physical education units. Cognitive benefits include learning basic self-defense concepts such as directions of movement, proper striking surfaces, the advantages of leverage over muscle, and situational awareness. Students can greatly expand their psychomotor abilities by applying these cognitive principles through the physical actions of proper stance, movement, balance, and basic blocks, strikes, and kicks. Students can also experience tremendous affective development. Students are first introduced to anxiety management, persistence in skill practice, honest effort, and a discussion of why fighting is always the last answer to resolve conflict. Over time, the key values of social support, responsibil ity, and self-discipline evolve, as novice learners become intermediate students. Eventually, team unity can emerge as students work together to support one another in training. Ultimately, students can internalize non-violent resolution to conflict while learning a novel physical activity. They can also learn how to defend themselves, grow as individuals and as a team, and experience the joy of sharing in a new physical education endeavor. 4.) Define Martial Arts (Arnis)

Arnis, also known as Kali and Eskrima, is an indigenous Filipino Martial Art that comprises of Panandata (weaponry), Kuntao(empty hands), Dumog (grappling and locking), Sikaran (kicking) and Hilot (healing). - has been utilized as defense of self, family, clan and the motherland. 5.) Top 10 martial arts in the world

1. Judo - Japan
2. Karate - Okinawa
3.Krav Maga- Israel
4. Kung Fu/ Wushu- China
5. TaekwonDo- Korea
6. Tai Chi Chuan
7. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu - Brazil
8.  Capoeira- Brazil
9. Arnis- Philippines
10. Muay Thai- Thailand
6.) Types of street crimes : robbery, Murder, homicide, illegal drug trade, home invasions, sales of illegal narcotics, battery assault, shootings and auto theft. Characteristics of the group
a.)True Brown Style 13 "Vera Indio Istilo at Trese" (TBS 13) is one of The most infamous & largest street gangs in the Philippines because of its crime related activities throughout the country. Murder, homicide, illegal drug trade, and home invasions is their primary criminal activities. The TBS 13 gang originated from San Diego, California, USA. Filipina-mexicanas deportees brought the gangs name and formed a clique in the Philippines. The clique which started in the Philippines was exclusively for females. But as the gang grew,...
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