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I was allowed to carry out the ninja experience short course for about 1 hour in the event like an advance English-language classroom the other day.
As children leaned out, they were hearing the talk here.
The contents are as follows.
It blows about a ninja (a little research findings are introduced also about the ninja culture of Kagoshima and Kyushu), and is arrow manufacture / firing-of-live-shells experience.
Throwing knife knowledge explanation / implementation experience (since it is the interior of a room, enforcement experience uses a rubber throwing knife.)
Throwing knife explanation is about a vehicle throwing knife and a stick throwing knife.
The demonstration Tatewaki method and 納刀抜刀 of a rotation batting style, a direct batting style, and a reversal batting style
Since the peculiarity in which knowledge becomes long somehow occurs, it is just going to think whether, in a 1-hour short course, the way of teaching which reduces the contents more and delves into one subject deeply is better.