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21 Cadet Training Team. Sgt W A Stuart. Preparation and Planning. 21 CTT. Preparation and Planning. The Stages. Stage 1-Establish what is to be taught Stage 2-Collect the Facts Stage 3-Rehearse in segments, then the complete lesson Always consider Timings, you will NEVER beat Time!.

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preparation and planning the stages
Preparation and Planning.The Stages
  • Stage 1-Establish what is to be taught
  • Stage 2-Collect the Facts
  • Stage 3-Rehearse in segments, then the complete lesson

Always consider Timings, you will NEVER beat Time!

instructional objective
Instructional Objective
  • Aim-ensure it is attainable
  • Reason why-always give one
  • Incentive-Promote the desire to learn and succeed
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Aim
  • Must be Definite
  • Must be Limited
  • Must be Clear
  • Most of all, It must be attainable by the Students and the Instructor
the reason
The Reason
  • Students may understand a more detailed breakdown of the aim
the incentive
The Incentive
  • Puts pressure indirectly on the students to work hard
  • Gives the students a view of the Bigger Picture
  • Gives the student a goal
type of lesson
Type of Lesson
  • Lecture
  • Lesson
  • Demonstration
  • Exercise
factors affecting the lesson
Factors Affecting the Lesson
  • Condition of the Students (mentally & physically)
  • Environment
  • Conditions
  • Time
planning
Planning

A Lesson should fall Naturally into 3 Phases

  • Beginning
  • Middle
  • End
beginning
Beginning
  • Preliminaries
  • Revision
  • Introduction
  • Aim
  • Reason Why
  • Incentive
middle
Middle
  • Main Subject matter
  • Largest time consumer
  • Explain
  • Demonstrate
  • Imitate
  • Practice
  • Confirm
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End
  • Any Questions
  • Final Practice
  • Overall Confirmation
  • Safety Precautions (if Required)
  • Pack away Equipment
  • Summary
lesson plans
For

Detailed lesson layout

Calm Nerves

Quick Reference

Against

Too Large

Comfort Blanket

Get Drawn in

Lesson Plans
summary
Summary
  • Aim
  • Reason
  • Incentive
  • Beginning
  • Middle
  • End
  • Lesson Plans
  • Time
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