Syllabus

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Green Tag, 7th Kup

General Notes

The aim of this award syllabus is to keep junior students focussed and motivated, as they progress through the official ITF Taekwon-Do grading programme. There are ten grades from white belt (beginner level) to black belt (proficiency). Students advance to the next grade by taking a formal grading examination.

Junior students can take anything from five to twelve years to achieve black belt, depending on attendance, age and skill level. To keep juniors motivated between grading examinations, unique badge awards can be achieved by attending an assessment. It is possible for a student to achieve all badges at one assessment. However, junior students can take on average three assessments to achieve all badges. When all badges have been attained, juniors are then allowed to take a formal grading examination.

Green Tag Badge Awards

All of the following 11 badges must be achieved before students can attend a Grading Examination toGreen Belt (6th Kup). After achieving green tag, students must attend a minimum of twelve sessions (and a minimum of three months of training) before attending an assessment. Thereafter, if need be, students are recommended to attend a minimum of nine sessions before taking the next assessment.

Fitness Badge

  1. Jump over blocker, mid thigh height, sideways, twin foot take off x 4
  2. Hold knee up with guarding block, execute slow side kickto pad and hold for 10 secs. on each leg
  3. 25 Push-Ups
  4. Break junior power board using front snap kick, each leg

Sparring Badge

  1. 3 Punches, Turning Kick to pad
  2. Shift Side Kick, Jump, 2 Punches to pad
  3. Twist Dodge, 2 punches against a pad
  4. Semi-Free Sparring

Fundamentals 1 Badge

  1. Walking Stance, Circular Block x 4 Forwards
  2. L-Stance, Twin Forearm Block, Inward Knifehand Strike x 4 Backwards

Fundamentals 2 Badge

  1. L-Stance, Turning Kick, Back Fist Strike x 4 Forwards
  2. Walking Stance, Back Kick, Double Forearm Block x 4 Forwards

Patterns Badge

  1. Pattern Chon-Ji
  2. Pattern Dan-Gun

Do-San Pt. 1

The first 12 movements must be performed

Do-San Pt. 2 (All 24 movements)

Students are only tested on this exercise ifDo-San Pt. 1 Badge has been achieved
All 24 movements must be performed at a reasonable standard

3-Step Sparring Badge

Students perform the following five sequences in both roles as attacker and defender:

  1. Attacker: Walking Stance, Middle Punch x 3
    Defender: Walking Stance, Middle Block x 3. Counter Attack with Reverse Punch
  2. Attacker: Walking Ready Stance, Low Front Snap Kick x 3
    Defender: Walking Stance, Low Block x 3. Counter Attack with Obverse Front Snap Kick
  3. Attacker: Walking Ready Stance, High Punch x 3
    Defender: Walking Stance, High Block x 3. Counter Attack with Reverse Flat Fingertip Thrust
  4. Attacker: L-Stance, Middle Punch x 3
    Defender: L-Stance, Middle Inward Block x 3, Counter Attack with Turning Kick
  5. Attacker: L-Stance, Middle Knifehand Strike x 3
    Defender: L-Stance, Middle Knifehand Block x 3, Counter Attack with Side Kick

Theory – Part One Badge

Random questions from below in any orderand observations made in class:

Question Answer
Whom is Do-San named after? : Do-San is a pseudonym of the patriot Ahn Chang-Ho (1876 – 1938). The 24 movements represent his entire life, which he devoted to furthering education in Korea and the Korean independence movement.
What is the diagram or pathway followed by pattern Do-San? :
What is the Korean for: :
Front Kick : Ap Chagi
Side Kick : Yop Chagi
Turning Kick : Dollyo Chagi
Back Kick : Dwit Chagi
Forefist : Ap Joomuk
Backfist : Dung Joomuk
Knifehand : Sonkal
Fingertip : Fingertip

Theory – Part Two Badge

Students are only tested on this exercise if the Theory Badge Pt. 1 has been achieved.Random questions from below in any order and observations made in class:

Question Answer
What is the Korean for: :
Inner Forearm : An Palmok
Outer Forearm : Bakat Palmok
Front Sole : Ap Kumchi
Footsword : Balkal
Wedging Block : Hechyo Makgi
Circular Block : Dollymyo Makgi
Release Motion : Jappyosul Tae
Fast Motion : Balli
What is an Inward Block? : Anuro Makgi – a block that moves inwards towards the defender’s centre line.
What is an Outward Block? : Bakuro Makgi – a block that moves outwards away from the defender’s centre line.

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