CCTKD Study Guide

THE DEFINITION OF TAE KWON DO

TAE KWOND DO is a Korean unarmed Martial Art. It is not only kicking and punching but is also a way of thinking and living. The main goal of Tae kwon do is to achieve total mind and body control through proper training.

MEANING OF BELTS

WHITE BELT Signifies innocence as that of a beginning student who has no previous knowledge of Tae kwon do.

YELLOW BELT Signifies earth from which a plant sprouts and takes root as Tae Kwon do foundation is being laid.

GREEN BELT Signifies the plant’s growth as the Tae kwon do skills begin to develop.

BLUE BELT Signifies the heaven towards which the plant matures into a towering tree as training in Tae kwon do progresses.

 RED BELT Signifies danger cautioning the students to exercise control and warning the opponent to stay away.

 BLACK BELT Opposite of white therefore signifies the maturity and proficiency in Tae kwon do. Also indicates the wearer’s imperviousness to darkness and fear.

DISCIPLINARY RULES

1. Students must not question the Instructor’s decision.

2. Students must always respect and obey the Instructor.

3. Students must always use the word sir and ma’am when speaking to    the instructor

4. Student must always salute the flag when entering and leaving the Dojang.

5. Students must not talk during class.

                                     FIVE TENETS OF TAE KWON DO

The FIVE TENETS which guide all serious students of TAE KWON DO are: COURTESY (proper etiquette inside and outside the school), INTEGRITY (the ability to define right from wrong and know when integrity is lacking), PERSEVERANCE (never give up), SELF CONTROL (to prevent wrongful injury to others), and INDOMITABLE SPIRIT (the ability to display courage in the face of overwhelming odds).

BASIC KOREAN LANGUAGE

 

ALL STUDENTS   RED BELT & UP
One ————————- Ha na   Attention ——— Cha ryot
Two ————————- Dool   Bow ————— Kyoung ne
Three ———————– Set   Ready ————- Jhoon bee
Four ———————— Net   Begin ————– See jak
Five ————————- Da sut   Stop ————— Gu man
Six ————————– Yo sut   Relax ————– Shio
Seven ———————– Il gop   Turn ————— Dir o do ra
Eight ———————— Yo dull   Yell —————- Ki hap
Nine ———————— Ah hop   Thank You Kamsahamnida
Ten ————————- Yul   Your Welcome Cheonmaneyo

 

BLACK BELT & UP
TKD School ————– Do jang Line Up ———– Chulsa
Instructor *Master* —– Sah bo nim Sit down ———- An jo
Main Inst. *5th Dan*—- Kwan jang nim Stand up ———- E la sutt
Uniform ——————- Do boke Yes —————- Nha
Basic hand —————- Kibon dongjak Quiet ————– Cho yong hey
Basic foot —————– Kibon balchaki Salute the flag — Kukki a dae hae kyung lae
Combination kick ——– Yongol balchaki Our style of tkd — Moo duk kwan
Form ———————– Poom Sae Belt —————- Dhee
One Step Sparring ——- Hanbon kyo ru ki Hand Breaking — Son kyok pa
Self-Defense ————– Ho sin sul Foot Breaking —- Bal kyok pa
Breaking ——————-

 

Kyok pa Sparring ——-Kyo ro ki—Korean Flag ——Tae Kuk

Ki-Hap

The ki-hap (yell) has many purposes, and each use depends on what situation the student faces. One of the very important purposes is that it tightens the muscle in the body. This conditions them as well as prepares them for an attack. The following is a brief list of situations and next to each is what the ki-hap (yell) does for you.

 

Situation What ki-hap does for you
Form ——————- Confidence, focus, adrenal rush
Sparring —————- Confidence, confuses partner, adrenal rush
Breaking ————— Concentration, focus, adrenal rush
Workout ————— Relieves stress, enthusiasm
One-step ————— Signal for partner

As you can see, the importance of the ki-hap (yell) differs with each situation.

Children  Rules

  1. Children shall greet their parents with “Hi Mom! Hi Dad!” when they enter the house and tell their parents “Goodbye!” when they leave.
  2. Children will always be respectful of their parents, teachers & elders.
  3. Children will be kind to their brothers, sisters & fellow students.
  4. Children will keep the household / room neat and clean.
  5. Children will keep their hair, body and teeth clean daily.
  6. Children will not interrupt Adult Conversations.
  7. Children should follow these three steps to earn good grades:
Step 1.) When you get home from school have a healthy snack
Step 2.)  Open your books to review what you studied today.
Step 3.)  Do your homework.

Children who do not obey their Parents  may be reduced in Rank.