Complete Karate

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1993 - Sports & Recreation - 191 pages
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"Students interested in karate will be eager to check out this book. Every page contains a sharp b&w photo of a karate technique, exercise movement, or stance. The accompanying text is clear enough to be understood by readers of varying abilities...useful for booktalks or displays of high-interest, low-ability titles....The illustrations picture children and young adults of all ages, both genders, and various races modeling wearing apparel, rituals, and skills."-- "The Book Report

. "Selected for the 1996 BOOKS FOR THE TEEN AGE by The New York Public Library

. 192 pages, 407 b/w illus., 8 x 10.

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Contents

Chapter One Introducing Karate
9
Nutrition and Karate 14 How to Become a Karate
28
Partner Exercises
50
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

J. Allen Queen is professor and former chair of the Department of Educational Leadership at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. A former classroom teacher, principal, college administrator, and university professor, he works with teachers and principals in the areas of managing priorities, time management, and stress reduction. Queen has written over 30 books and 70 articles, including The Frazzled Teacher's Wellness Plan (Corwin Press 2004), The Block Scheduling Handbook (Corwin Press 2002), and books on karate and fitness for young readers. He has appeared on radio and television programs, including ABC's World News Now, and has been a consultant to over 160 schools and districts in 36 states and 3 foreign countries in the areas of classroom discipline, school safety, block scheduling, and time management.

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