Currently, I'm working on creating a curriculum for our dojo training. Naturally, I'll be benchmarking and using my Pinan Kata's as the main reference. With that being said I've had a look at what other people have done and I'm wondering how in depth I should go. There are a lot of things I could add that are not in the kata or they may be in the kata but, not as extensive.
For example, we know we have throws, joint locking, choking, strangulations and ground work. Is it necesssary for me to say we must learn these 40 throws, 20 strikes and 30 joint locks ? Or should we just be trying to discover what's in the kata let that be our guide and not really having anything written down that's formalized on paper ? Thoughts ?