Dust jacket notes: "Here is a book which breaks entirely new ground in judo teaching. It outlines contemporary theories of learning, class teaching technique, and shows how the various theories and principles can be built into a simple but effective method of introducing novices to judo. Another chapter is devoted to how such introductory methods can be moulded into an intermediate judo skill. Lastly, Japanese terminology is explained in a completely new way, which will be of great interest to both old and new judo players. The author has evolved this approach to the teaching of judo over the last few years in his capacity as National Coach to the British Judo Association. Compared with the traditional methods of judo teaching, it is quite revolutionary, even though its intrinsic principles are accepted in educational circles. The results of the new method have been impressive; skill has been acquired far more quickly and on a far broader base than ever before. This method of teaching judo has been used all over the British Isles in clubs, colleges, schools, youth clubs etc., and is also gradually spreading abroad. As yet the spread is thin on the ground, but the object of this book is to help those who have heard of the method and who want to know more. It is unique in explaining fully the history and development of Mr Gleeson's method of teaching judo which fully utilizes the knowledge of the West and the capacities of the Westerner."Учебное пособие по дзюдо.