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Core Selective of SDU Chinese Martial Arts Culture Teacher Tian Phone: 13370529190 QQ: 2403548760 Office: Qianfo Hill Campus, SDU 15 March 2018
山大核心选修课 中国武术文化（艺术英语） 田老师 电 话: 13370529190 QQ: 2403548760 群名称：中国武术文化 201309 群 号： 325050692 办公室: 山东大学千佛山校区
Policy of Class 一、Attendance l l l 1 tardy：If you are less than 15 minutes late. 1 absence：If you are more than 15 minutes late. 1 absence：You will be recorded for every 3 tardys marks Fail for this course： If you are absent more than 5 times! And you will be OK for your tardy or absence if you have the note for leave signed by
Policy of Class 二、Grading You will receive a score grade (100) in this class. l Your grade will be based on: l ü Attendance and active class participation: 20%; ü Completing first homework on time: 10%; ü Completing one oral presentations/PPT: 50%; ü The final examination: 20%。
Policy of Class 三、Methods of teaching l You are encouraged to raising your hands and give me any questions at any time. l Feel free to contact or talk with me regarding any things you may have. l Both you and me should study from each other.
Policy of Class 四、Additional informations： l For the consideration of other students, no chatting, no cell phones/mobile telephone are allowed. l Please attempt to have an open mind towards others whose opinions may differ from your own.
Policy of Class 四、Additional informations： l This class is meant to be a relaxed and enjoyable experience for everyone, and it is the responsibility of each person to make sure no one feels their opinion is less worthy than anyone else’s.
Questions before Class? 一、Which Chinese Martial Arts have you known？ 二、Which Foreign Martial Arts have you known？
(一) Teaching Aim: l l l Make the students know the relationship between Chinese martial arts culture and Chinese traditional culture and art; Understand the fitness, medical, thinking, spiritual, moral, philosophical, cultural, artistic and aesthetic content of Chinese martial arts culture; Appreciate and study the classic wushu routine of Chinese traditional martial arts, inherit national sports and cultural, promote national spirit.
(一) Teaching Aim: l l l Focused on inspiring the students’ learning interest to Chinese traditional martial arts, Enhancing national self-respect, cultivating hard-working quality of will, promoting physical and mental harmony, Enhancing the humanistic moral spiritual cultural and artistic qualities, social adaptation and international employment competitiveness abilities of the university students.
(二) Basic Requirements l l Make the university students mainly know the Chinese martial arts culture, understand the fitness effect as well as its artistic cultural and aesthetic value of Chinese martial arts. Able to consciously use the martial arts for physical exercise and body-mind cultivation to improve the cultural artistic and aesthetic level of the university students, to provide the necessary preparations for their lifetime more-direction development.
(三) Outline of Contents l The theoretical parts includes: through lectures, questioning, discussion, debate as well as extracurricular reading and other links, using courseware, pictures, music, video, model and other ways, make the students completely know and learn: the history of origin, development and maturity of Chinese martial arts; the thinking content of Chinese martial arts, Chinese martial spirit, the Chinese traditional Wushu morality,
(三) Outline of Contents l martial arts and Chinese philosophy, martial arts and aesthetics, the traditional folk culture of Chinese martial arts; the origin, development as well as their content features of all kinds of Chinese wushuschools from several thousands years: such as Shaolin Wushu, Wudang martial arts, Emei Wushu, Nan Quan, orther colorful martial arts types, the mysterious minority martial arts, Chinese traditional health martial arts and world martial arts et al.
(三) Outline of Contents l The practical parts includes: learn the typical martial arts routines of Shaolin Wushu, Wudang martial arts, Emei Wushu, Nan Quan and Chinese traditional martial arts, and other schools.
Table of Contents Preface Chapter 1 The history of Chinese martial arts Chapter 2 The ideological content of Chinese martial arts Section 1 The martial spirit of Chinese people; Section 2 The traditional Chinese wushu morality; Section 3 Martial arts and Chinese philosophy; Section 4 Martial arts and Traditional Chinese medicine; Section 5 The beauty of martial arts; Section 6 Internal and exterior Wushu school.
Table of Contents Chapter 3 The folk cultural traditionl of Chinese martial arts Section 1 The folk martial arts village and martial arts family; Section 2 Martial arts and dragon and lion dances; Section 3 The ancient bodyguard; Section 4 Post delivery, apprentice and apprenticeship; Section 5 Boxing courtesy with moral spirit; Section 6 Learn and open competition。
Table of Contents Chapter 4 Shaolin Martial Arts Section 1 Kung Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 The origin and development of Shaolin Fu; Tough and practical Shaolin Kung Fu; The Zen style of Shaolin martial arts; The legend of Shaolin.
Table of Contents Chapter 5 Wudang martial arts Section 1 The origin and development of Wudang martial arts; Section 2 Elegant Wudang martial arts; Section 3 The origin and development of Tai Chi; Section 4 Tai Chi and Chinese traditional culture; Section 5 The health features of Wudang martial arts.
Table of Contents Chapter 6 Emei Wushu Section 1 The origin and development of Emei martial arts; Section 2 The contents of Emei martial arts; Section 3 The schools of Emei martial arts; Section 4 Buddhist and Taoist influence on Emei martial arts; Section 5 The legend of Charming Emei.
Table of Contents Chapter 7 Nanquan Section 1 The origin and development of Nanquan; Section 2 Variety of Nanquan; Section 3 The legend of South Shaolin.
Table of Contents Chapter 8 Colorful martial arts schools; Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Quan; Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 Section 7 Splendid martial arts schools; Swift and courageous Tong Bei Quan; Interior strength topical Xing Yi Rising star eight-diagram palm; Content-rich Changquan; Lively pictographic boxing; Other martial arts schools.
Table of Contents Chapter 9 Mysterious ethnic minorities martial arts Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 Section 7 Section 8 arts; Section 9 Hui nationality martial arts; Miao nationality martial arts; Tujia nationality martial arts; Jingpo nationality sword; Yi nationality martial arts; De ang nationality martial arts; Zhuang nationality martial arts; Tibetan and Qiang nationality martial Mongolian nationality martial arts.
Table of Contents Chapter 10 Cold weapons in ancient China Section 1 The origin and development of cold weapons; Section 2 Eighteen weapons (swords, knives, lance, crossbows); Section 3 Other common cold weapons; Section 4 Mysterious hidden weapon.
Table of Contents Chapter 11 Japanese martial arts; Section Section Japanese bushido culture; Judo; Sumo; karate; Aikido; Japanese jiu-jitsu; Japanese Kendo. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Table of Contents Chapter 12 Section 1 Section 2 Korea Martial Arts Taekwondo; Korea Aikido.
Table of Contents Chapter 13 Section Section 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Western martial arts; Boxing; Wrestling; Fencing; Free boxing; French boxing; Russian martial arts; American Kickboxing.
Table of Contents Chapter 14 Section Section Martial arts in other countries 1 India martial arts; 2 Tai boxing; 3 Brazil jiujitsu; 4 Philippine magic Wand; 5 Myanmar boxing; 6 Southeast Asia martial arts.
Table of Contents Chapter 15 Chinese and foreign martial arts exchange Section 1 Two big challenges in the martial history; Section 2 Chinese martial arts going global.
Thank you for your attendance! 15 March 2018