I teach Martial Arts 11, an accredited course at Charles P Allen High School in Bedford, Nova Scotia, Canada.
The practical exam requires students to create a number of two-person drills to deal with Habitual Acts of Physical Violence. Students then create the solo representation of these drills as kata. Essentially, students are mimicking the evolution of karate kata as was done by the old masters.
The Martial Arts 11 exam is as much an exercise in critical thinking as it is a demonstration of physical skills. In their drills, students were required to include strikes, throws, chokes, locks and some applications on the ground. You'll see techniques from Koryu Uchinadi, Jiu Jutsu and judo in this video all of which can be represented by kata. Have a look at the two samples included here.
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