Master Teacher Lesson: Osae waza, Entrance & Escape

Lesson Objective: Osae – waza,  Entrance and Escape

Demonstration: Demonstrate two techniques: Entrance into and Escape from. State the key elements and its value.

When demonstrating a technique:

  1. Executed in a perfect manner
  2. Demonstrate technique from many different angles.
  3. Emphasize the key elements of the technique
  4. Ask students if there are any questions
  5. Restate the objective and its value.  (e.g. “The objective is to be able to execute Yoko-shiho-gatame, so that you can control your opponent in Osae-waza.”)

When your students are at two or three different levels of ability, you may want to establish two or three instructional groups.

  • This can be accomplished using the following three divisions:
    • – Early learning – Focus on learning the key elements of the skill in a controlled situation
    • – Intermediate Learning – Focus on coordination of all key elements in common situations
    • – Later Learning – Automatic use of the skill in contest-like conditions.
  • Individuals learn most effectively by focusing their practice attempts on ONE clearly understood element of skilled performance.

Assignment: Construct and Upload a 2 Minute (maximum) Instructional video on teaching Osae-waza.  Teach TWO different Osae-waza techniques with Entrance into and Escape from the list below;

  • – Yoko-shiho-gatame
  • – Kesa-gatame
  • – Kami-shiho-gatame
  • – Tate-shiho-gatame
  • – Kami-shiho-gatame

You can upload your video to our Google Drive; Here

Include the key points of the technique.

Example: Use your younger assistants to help in filming the video. (Video Format: MP4, MOV, WMV, AVI)