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    2010-2011 CURRICULUM GUIDE

    DRILL AND CEREMONIES

    LEADERSHIP EDUCATION 400

    LEADERSHIP LABORATORY

    AEROSPACE SCIENCE 100

    CADET HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAM

    INSTRUCTORS’ CONTACT INFORMATION

Senior Aerospace Science Instructor (SASI): Craig C. Metz, Capt, USAF (Ret)

    Office: 281-229-6480

    Email: CMetz@dickinsonisd.org

Aerospace Science Instructor (ASI): Rory Brack, MSgt, USAF (Ret)

    Office: 281-229-6482

DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL AFJROTC CURRICULUM GUIDE 2009 1st SEMESTER

Email: RBrack@dickinsonisd.org

    DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL AFJROTC CURRICULUM GUIDE 2009 1st SEMESTER

COURSE NAME: DRILL AND CEREMONIES

COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Drill and Ceremonies (D&C) course will be conducted on the FIRST school day of

    the week (normally Mondays) and will consist of a flight formation, followed by a Uniform Inspection, and then

    drill/ceremony instruction for the remainder of the class period. Of all sections of the AFJROTC curriculum, D&C

    is the only course that will be taught on the first school day of the week, regardless of which day it falls on.

REQUIRED TEXTS: 2010-2011 TX-083 AFJROTC Cadet Guide

    OBJECTIVES FOR: STATIONARY DRILL OBJECTIVES FOR: BASIC DRILL

    1. Attention 1. Forward March

    2. Parade Rest 2. Halt

    3. At Ease 3. Right Flank

    4. Rest 4. Left Flank

    5. Left Face 5. Column Right

    6. Right Face 6. Column Left

    7. About Face 7. To The Rear

    8. Fall In 8. Eyes Right

    9. Fall Out 9. Change Step

    10. Dress Right 10. Right Step

    11. Ready Front 11. Left Step

    12. Present Arms

    13. Order Arms

    14. Hand Salute

    15. Taller Tap

    16. Count Off

    OBJECTIVES FOR: ADVANCED DRILL OBJECTIVES FOR: UNIFORM INSPECTION

    1. Column Half-Right 1. Know the proper set-up and wear of different

    2. Column Half-Left AFJROTC uniform combinations

    3. Close March 2. Know the proper maintenance and care of

    4. Extend March AFJROTC uniform items

    5. Column of Files 3. Know proper Uniform Inspection protocol

    6. Column of Twos/Threes/Fours etc. 4. Learn and recall AFJROTC basic knowledge,

    7. Counter March chain-of-command, and current events

    8. Dress Right Close Interval

    9. Guidon Movements

    10. Color Guard

    11. Saber Team

COURSE NAME: LEADERSHIP EDUCATION 400: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (LE-400)

REQUIRED TEXTS: Leadership Education IV: Principles of Management Textbook, Copyright 2006 and Leadership

    Education IV: Principles of Management Student Workbook

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: The LE-400 course will be taught on Tuesdays of each week, unless Tuesday happens to be the first school day of the week, in which case D&C will be conducted instead of LE. LE IV: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT focuses on the AFJROTC mission to “develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and

    community” by helping the student know the history and importance of management, know the techniques and skills

    involved in planning and decision making, know the importance of managing change, stress, and innovation, and knowing the key elements of individual and group behavior, the importance of the communication process, and the characteristics of a good leader. This course, coupled with what cadets may have already learned during their time in AFJROTC, will provide them with the qualities they need to serve in leadership roles, and will significantly benefit cadets in whatever they decide to do after high school. Throughout the course are many ethical dilemmas, case studies, and role-play activities, based on “real life experiences,” built into the lessons. They will allow opportunities to practice what was learned by getting involved in discussions and expressing opinions.

    The course has four units. “Unit One: Introduction to Management” covers managers and management, the historical roots of contemporary management practice, and management and the environment. It covers such topics as management basics, management in the marketplace, management theories, management approaches, management and the economy, management and society, what society expects from organizations and managers, and the workforce and labor.

    “Unit Two: Planning” focuses on foundations of planning and decision making. Planning basics, types of plans, planning in uncertain environments, and how to establish goals and develop plans, will all be covered. Additionally, “Planning” covers the decision-making process and the challenges of decision making.

“Unit Three: Organizing” and “Unit Four: Leading” will be covered during the second semester.

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT COURSE OBJECTIVES

    OBJECTIVES FOR UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT

CHAPTER 1: MANAGERS AND MANAGEMENT

1. Understand who managers are and where they work

    2. Find out what management is and what managers do

    3. Learn about skills and competencies successful managers possess

    4. Discover the importance the marketplace puts on managers

    5. Find out why management is worth studying

    6. Understand how management relates to other disciplines

CHAPTER 2: THE HISTORICAL ROOTS OF CONTEMPORARY MANAGEMENT PRACTICE

1. Learn about management before the modern era

    2. Know about classical contributions to modern management

    3. Learn about the human resources approach

    4. Learn about the quantitative approach

    5. Know management approaches today

CHAPTER 3: THE MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT

1. Learn about management and the changing economy

    2. Discover the global marketplace

    3. Know how management and technology interact

    4. Find out what society expects from organizations and managers

    5. Learn about entrepreneurship

    6. Read about issues that contingent workers create for managers

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    OBJECTIVES FOR UNIT 2: PLANNING

CHAPTER 4: FOUNDATIONS OF PLANNING

1. Discover what planning is

    2. Know how to plan in uncertain environments

    3. Learn about different types of plans

    4. Understand “Management by Objectives”

    5. Learn different approaches to establishing goals

    6. Know how to develop plans

    7. Find out about contemporary issues in planning

CHAPTER 5: FOUNDATIONS OF DECISION MAKING

1. Know what defines a decision problem

    2. Learn about the rational model for decision making

    3. Understand modifications of the rational model

    4. Learn about the contingency approach to decision making

    5. Understand decision-making styles

    6. Learn to make decisions in groups

    7. Discover culture and decision making

COURSE NAME: LEADERSHIP LABORATORY

REQUIRED TEXTS: 2010-2011 TX-083 AFJROTC Cadet Guide

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Leadership Laboratory will be held on Wednesdays of each week. This lab will be an opportunity for cadets to learn about leadership and followership by using this time to explore leadership exercises, problem-solving exercises, general Corps knowledge, leadership projects and duties, and other Corps-related activities. This lab will be run exclusively by leaders such as the flight commander, flight sergeant, and the Squadron Commander.

LEADERSHIP LAB OBJECTIVES:

1. To teach leaders how to lead others in accomplishing a task

    2. To teach followers how to assist leaders in completing the task

    3. To allow cadets the opportunity to take ownership of the AFJROTC Cadet Corps

    4. To allow cadets with Corps duties to complete those duties

    5. To evaluate cadets on their success in AFJROTC

COURSE NAME: AEROSPACE SCIENCE 100: A JOURNEY INTO AVIATION HISTORY (AS-100)

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Aerospace Science 100: A Journey into Aviation History

    “A Journey into Aviation History” is a course about aviation history focusing on the development of flight throughout the centuries. It starts with ancient civilizations, then progresses through time to modern day. It emphasizes civilian and military contributions to aviation and the development, modernization, and transformation of the United States Air Force. Throughout the course, readings, videos, hands-on activities, and textbook and workbook exercises to guide in the reinforcement of the material.

The course has four units. “Unit One: Imagining Flight” will cover how man discovered flight, and man’s early attempts at flight.

    “Unit Two: Exploring Flight” covers early pioneers of flight such as the Wright brothers, how aircraft developed, and the first use of air power during World War I. It then covers the post-war era of the barnstormers, how flight goes mainstream, and the development of commercial flight, air mail, and helicopters.

Unit Three: Developing Flight” and Unit Four: Extending Flight” will be taught during the second semester.

     A JOURNEY INTO AVIATION HISTORY COURSE OBJECTIVES

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    After successfully completing the course, students will know the historical facts and impacts of the early attempts to fly; know the

    major historical contributors to the development of flight, and know the contributions of the U.S. Air Force to modern aviation history.

OBJECTIVES FOR UNIT 1: IMAGINING FLIGHT

CHAPTER 1: ANCIENT FLIGHT

1. Know how humans tried to fly in ancient times

    2. Know key aviation devices created during ancient times

    3. Know why machines do not fly the way birds do

    4. Know the developments in lighter-than-air flight from da Vinci to the Wright brothers

    5. Know ways balloons were used during the U.S. Civil War

    6. Know ways the balloon contributed to U.S. victory in the Battle of San Juan Hill during the Spanish-American War

    7. Know the developments in heavier-than-air flight from da Vinci to the Wright Brothers

OBJECTIVES FOR UNIT 2: EXPLORING FLIGHT

CHAPTER 2: PIONEERS OF FLIGHT

1. Know how the Wright brothers succeeded in the first flight

    2. Know the anatomy of the Wright Flyer

    3. Know the principles of airplane flight

    4. Know the history of the Wright brothers’ involvement with the U.S. Army

    5. Know the key individuals involved in early aircraft development

    6. Know the names and anatomy of period aircraft

    7. Know the significance of other American pioneers in aviation following the Wright brothers 8. Know the contributions of U.S. pilots during World War I

    9. Know the role of air power in World War I

    10. Know the ways air power expanded during World War I

CHAPTER 3: EXPANDING THE HORIZON

1. Know the barnstormers

    2. Know the major contributions of the barnstormers

    3. Know how the barnstormers contributed to public awareness of aviation 4. Know Charles Lindbergh’s famous contribution to aviation

    5. Know the significance of the first transatlantic flight

    6. Know other significant contributions that helped flight become mainstream 7. Know early developments in commercial flight

    8. Know about the use of the airplane in delivering mail

    9. Know about the development and use of helicopters

     stMIDTERM EXAM: The 1 Semester Midterm Exam will cover all of the Aerospace Science and Leadership Education Material covered this semester. Of the 100 total questions on the Semester Final, “Leadership” will account for

    approximately 40 of the questions, “Drill and Ceremonies” will account for approximately 10 of the questions, and

    “Aerospace Science” will account for approximately 50 of the questions.

COURSE NAME: CADET HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAM (CHAWP)

REQUIRED TEXT: None

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Wellness is an official part of the AFJROTC program. It is an exercise program focused upon

    individual base line improvements with the goal of achieving a national standard as calculated with age and gender.

    Wellness is instrumental in developing citizens of character dedicated to serving our nation and communities. CHAWP

    will include other activities cadets enjoy such as team sports in order to keep the Wellness Program fun and motivating.

    The Wellness Program is a 36-week program modifiable to meet individual goals. Personal improvement will be rewarded.

    The Cadet Health and Wellness Program is comprised of 19 exercises which can develop all muscle groups and provide

    sufficient anaerobic and aerobic intensity.

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    COURSE OBJECTIVE: Motivating cadets to lead active, healthy lifestyles beyond program requirements and into their adult lives.

GOALS OF THE WELLNESS PROGRAM:

    1. Create an individualized training program based on national standards by age and gender. 2. Identify areas of improvement for each cadet.

    3. Incorporate a physical training program to reach goals.

CHAWP’s 19 EXERCISES:

V-Sit Reach Hindu Squats Reverse Extended Lunges

    Bent-Knee Push-ups Squat Leaps Mountain Climbers

    Push-ups Sit-ups Body Builders

    Feet Elevated Push-ups Extended Side Sit-ups Lateral Jumps

    Dive Bomber Push-ups Flutter Kicks One-Mile Run

    Front Planks Lunges

    Left Arm and Right Arm Planks Arm Extended Lunges

TYPICAL EXERCISE CLASS:

     ? Warm-up/Stretch

     ? Conduct 6 or more exercises to perform depending on time

     ? Ensure proper form and technique

    ? Students will strive to complete the number of repetitions indicated on their personal workout plan

     ? Cool-down/Stretch

    PHYSICAL TRAINING DAY: Cadets will be issued an AFJROTC physical fitness uniform at the beginning of the school year. AFJROTC PT uniform items will be worn only as designated by the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor (usually on Fridays). AFJROTC Cadets are responsible for the weekly cleanliness/maintenance of these uniform items. Lost or damaged AFJROTC PT uniform items are the cadet’s financial responsibility for replacement.

CHAWP GRADING PROCEDURES: Each week, cadets may earn the following participation points:

    1. Active, willing student participation counts 100 points per week. Deductions may occur for failure to participate.

    2. PT Uniform inspection counts 100 points per week. Not wearing the official AFJROTC uniform shirt, shorts (or

    sweat pants), or appropriate athletic shoes will be a 33 1/3 point deduction for each item.

    REWARDS: All cadets that participate in the Cadet Health and Wellness Program for the entire school year will receive the CHAWP Ribbon. Those excelling in CHAWP will be awarded another CHAWP ribbon with a star device based upon your overall Assessment Score (percentile scores):

    Bronze Star Percentile Score of 80 89

    Silver Star Percentile Score of 90 99

    Gold Star Percentile Score of 100

    CONSEQUENCES: Each nine weeks, Cadets may lose CHAWP points for failure to participate, unless excused by medical personnel. Failure to wear the PT uniform or to actively participate will result in loss of participation and/or

    inspection points.

    MAKEUP ASSIGNMENTS: There is no makeup for CHAWP. Cadets will not lose weekly inspection/participation points for any excused absence.

GRADING SCALE USED AT DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL:

Grade Percentage Required

    A 90 - 100

    B 80 - 89

    C 70 - 79

    F 69 and below

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    LATE WORK POLICY: Work turned in on the due-date is eligible to receive a full score.

One day late: 10% off the total possible score.

    Two days late: 20% off the total possible score.

    Three days late: 30% off the total possible score.

    Four days late: 40% off the total possible score.

    Five days late: 50% off the total possible score.

    Six days late: 60% off the total possible score.

    Seven days late: 70% off the total possible score.

    Eight days late: 80% off the total possible score.

    Nine days late: 90% off the total possible score.

    Ten days late or more: Cadet will earn a zero for the assignment.

    Absence policy: Where possible, due dates are extended one day for each day absent (excused absences). Where this is not possible, other consideration will be accorded.

CURRICULUM CALENDAR

This curriculum calendar will help you plan your semester regarding which days are designated for Drill and Ceremonies,

    Leadership Education, Aerospace Science, Leadership Laboratories, and Extreme Excellence Challenge days. Below is

    a KEY to the acronyms and designations found in the calendar:

D&C = Drill and Ceremonies Formation, drill, and uniform inspections

    LE = Leadership Education

    LL = Leadership Laboratory

    AS = Aerospace Science

    1-2 = Chapter and Lesson number of the corresponding academic class

    E2C = Extreme Excellence Challenge Physical Fitness Education

    BLUES O/C = Wear uniform shirt (with an open collar), pants, etc with all accoutrements BLUES W/TIE = Wear uniform shirt, tie/tie tab, pants, etc with all accoutrements BLUES W/JACKET = Wear uniform shirt (with an open collar), pants, etc with all accoutrements, and lightweight blue

    jacket

    SERVICE DRESS = Wear uniform shirt, tie/tie tab, pants, etc with Service Coat and all accoutrements

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SEMESTER 1 2010

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri. Cadet Handbook Cadet Handbook - Cadet Handbook WEEK 1 FIRST DAY OF D&C - Stationary AFJROTC Ranks Customs/Courtesies SCHOOL! History/Hierarchy After school Uniform 8/23-8/27 Issue PT Gear Issue th/10th thth9Assemblies 11/12 Assemblies After school Uniform School Photos After school Uniform Issue Issue WEEK 2 D&C Open Ranks Armed D&C Colors D&C Saber D&C CHAWP 8/30-9/3 After school Uniform After school Uniform After school Uniform After school Uniform After school Uniform Issue Issue Issue Issue Issue WEEK 3 HOLIDAY D&C Cadet Handbook -Cadet Handbook- CHAWP Uniform Wear Promotions st9/6-9/10 After school Uniform 1 Prog Report End Issue After school Uniform After school Uniform Issue Issue After school Uniform Issue WEEK 4 D&C LE 1-1 EARLY RELEASE DAY AS 1-1 CHAWP 9/13-9/17 Cadet Handbook- Constitution Day nd Awards/Ribbons USAF 62 Birthday WEEK 5 D&C LE 1-1 Armed D&C AS 1-1 STUDENT HOLIDAY 9/20-9/24 First Uniform Inspection! BLUES O/C WEEK 6 D&C LE 1-2 Colors D&C AS 1-2 CHAWP ND9/27-10/1 BLUES W/TIE 2 Prog Report End WEEK 7 D&C LE 1-2 Saber D&C AS 1-2 CHAWP 10/4-10/8 BLUES W/JACKET WEEK 8 PHOTO DAY LE 2-1 LL AS 2-1 CHAWP 10/11-10/15 SERVICE DRESS WEEK 9 D&C LE EXAM LL AS EXAM CHAWP st10/18-10/22 BLUES O/C 1 NINE WEEKS END

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     SEMESTER 1 2010

    Mon Tue Wed Thu Fr WEEK 10 D&C LE 2-1 LL EARLY RELEASE STUDENT HOLIDAY 10/25-10/29 BLUES W/TIE AS 2-1

     WEEK 11 D&C LE 2-2 LL AS 2-2 CHAWP 11/1-11/5 BLUES W/JACKET

     WEEK 12 D&C LE 2-2 LL AS 2-2 CHAWP st11/8-11/12 SERVICE DRESS 1 Prog Report End

     WEEK 13 D&C LE 3-1 LL AS 2-3 CHAWP 11/15-11/19 BLUES O/C

     WEEK 14 HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY 11/22-11/26 WEEK 15 D&C LE 3-1 LL AS 2-3 CHAWP 11/29-12/3 BLUES W/TIE

     WEEK 16 D&C LE EXAM LL AS EXAM CHAWP nd12/6-12/10 BLUES W/JACKET 2 Prog Report End

     WEEK 17 D&C Mid-Term Exam Mid-Term Exam A & C Mid-Term Exam B Mid-Term Exam D, E, Review & F 12/13-12/17 SERVICE DRESS WEEK 18 HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY 12/20-12/24

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