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1 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 1 Explain the definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Defined LEADERSHIP DEFINED

2 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 1 Explain the definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Defined Lesson Preview Inquire: Share experiences when they were part of a team. Identify leadership behaviors exhibited and share list. Gather: Cadets read text, In Teams, categorize leadership behaviors identified in the Inquire Phase into 3 categories: Purpose, Direction, and Motivation Process: In Teams, Cadets read Case Studies 1-3. Identify the leadership behaviors used. Apply: Cadets read the final case study and complete Journal Entry

3 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 1 Explain the definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Defined Objectives Understand how influencing others is a key aspect of leadership. Explain the three aspects of leadership: purpose, direction, and motivation.

4 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 1 Explain the definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Key Words Direction Leadership Motivation Purpose Leadership Defined

5 Character and Leadership Write down your own definition of Leadership? In Teams, share definition of leadership. In Teams, compare/contrast definition of Leadership In Teams, formulate a definition of Leadership. As a Class, compare/contrast teams definition of Leadership In Teams, Read 1 st Part of Text up to Organizational Structures. (As Cadet Reads, other Team members listen for topics in the passage: Purpose, Direction, Motivation. Each Team reviews and modifies their definition based on information read. Inquire/Gather:

6 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 1 Explain the definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Defined Questions - REFLECTION How did your teams definition compare/contrast with text? With which aspect of leadership are you most skilled or comfortable? Purpose, Direction, Motivation? Why? Visual 1: Questions

7 Character and Leadership In Teams, read Organization Structures thru Case Studies 1-3 of Text. Each Team reads different Case Study. Teams identify and list behaviors exhibited by that Case Study Leader. Teams present their list to Class. Process:

8 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 1 Explain the definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Defined Questions - REFLECTION What positive behaviors do you like to see in a leader? What behaviors seem to be critical for a leader to be successful? Visual 1: Questions

9 Character and Leadership Individually, think about behaviors you exhibit in a leadership situation. Individually, what behaviors do you model. In teams, Read Case Study 4 and remaining of Text. In your journal, answer the following: What did you learn about how you influence others? What are some leadership behaviors you would like to adopt? Apply:

10 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 1 Explain the definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Defined Questions What did you learn about how you influence others? What are some leadership behaviors you would like to adopt? Visual 1: Questions

11 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 1 Explain the definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Defined Questions - REFLECTION What did you learn about leadership in this lesson? If someone asked you to describe yourself as a leader, how would your respond? Explain 3 aspects of leadership? Visual 1: Questions

12 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category The Leader Within THE LEADER WITHIN

13 Character and Leadership Lesson Preview: Inquire: In Teams, Cadets describe what Leadership means to them. Gather: Cadets complete Exercise 2: Self-Image WS Process: Cadets write their own personal definition of leadership Apply: Cadets complete journal entry that identifies how their personal definition of leadership applies to their everyday life. Leadership The Leader Within

14 Character and Leadership Icebreaker / Energizer Cadets complete Exercise 1: Leadership Behaviors Review Exercise with Cadets. Raise hand when the response they selected is read. Leadership The Leader Within

15 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category The Leader Within Questions - REFLECTION How did answering the exercise help you understand your leadership behaviors? Did some of the situations seem easier to deal with than others? If so, which ones and why? Visual 1: Questions

16 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category The Leader Within Objectives Identify leadership behaviors that cadets currently exhibit. Develop a plan for improvement of personal leadership behaviors. Apply a personal definition of leadership to cadets everyday lives.

17 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Key Words Beliefs Self-disclosure Self-image The Leader Within

18 Character and Leadership Inquire: Definition of Leadership: Leadership is the ability to influence, lead, or guide others so as to accomplish a mission in the manner desired by providing purpose, direction, and motivation In Teams, What does Leadership mean to you personally? Pass out the Graphic Organizer (Sunshine Wheel) In Teams, describe what leadership means to you. You can list behaviors, actions, or characteristics of a Leader. Have Team designate someone to capture the discussed items on the Wheel. Teams share with Class their graphic organizer

19 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category The Leader Within Questions - REFLECTION Did your description of leadership change based on your Tm members responses? If so, in what way? Were there any items you were surprised to see identified with leadership? If yes, why? If you could only use two descriptors to explain leadership, what would they be? Visual 1: Questions

20 Character and Leadership Gather: Work individually and you need to reflect on the leadership behaviors you exhibit. Read text, pg. 7-9 and answer first two questions on Exercise 2: Self-Image Worksheet. Form pairs and answer the last two questions on Exercise 2: Self-Image Worksheet.

21 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category The Leader Within Questions - REFLECTION Was anyone surprised by their partners response? If so, why? Few Cadets answer number 2 and 4 of Exercise 2: Self-Image Worksheet Visual 1: Questions

22 Character and Leadership Process: Work individually and review your answers from Exercise 1 and Exercise 2 and think about what your personal definition of leadership might be. Write your own personal definition of leadership on Handout 1. Cadets read their definition of Leadership to class. Cadets have the opportunity to add to and finalize their definition.

23 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category The Leader Within Questions - REFLECTION How does your personal definition of leadership compare or contrast with the military definition of Leadership? Visual 1: Questions

24 Character and Leadership Apply: Review your personal definition of Leadership you wrote in your notebooks. List 3 ways that you can apply your definition of leadership to your everyday lives.

25 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category The Leader Within Questions What did you learn about yourself and your leadership behaviors? What are some beliefs or values you have that affect your leadership behavior? Visual 1: Questions

26 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Core Values

27 Character and Leadership Complete Exercise 1: What would you do? Truthfully Poll class by show of hands on each question. Explain answers. Icebreaker / Energizer: Leadership Core Values

28 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 1 Describe the ethics, morals, and values. Leadership 1 Category Ethics, Morals, Values Questions - REFLECTION What did Exercise 1 reveal about yourself or your classmates? What emotions did Exercise 1 bring out in you? How did you feel when your answer was in the minority or majority? Visual 1: Questions

29 Character and Leadership Inquire: Cadets think of a time when they had to make a decision between right and wrong and discuss with teams. Gather: Research a topic from the student text and present it to class Process: Complete Exercise 2: Scenarios WS and discuss Apply: Cadets write about marine Corps ethics, morals, and values Lesson Preview: Leadership Core Values

30 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 1 Describe the ethics, morals, and values. Leadership 1 Category Ethics, Morals, Values Objectives Explain ethics, morals, and values as they relate to the Success Academy. Identify the four professional beliefs and values of the Marine Corps. Understand how honor, courage, and commitment define the code of conduct for the Marine Corps.

31 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 1 Describe the ethics, morals, and values. Leadership 1 Category Key Words Code of Ethics Commitment Courage Ethics Honor Loyalty Morals Values Ethics, Morals, Values

32 Character and Leadership Think of a time in your life when you had to make a decision between right and wrong. For example: smoking, drinking, cheating. In teams, answer the following question. You do not need to reveal the details of your situation. Keep in mind the terms: ethics, morals, and values. What leads you to make a decision in a given situation? What tells you when to act and when not to act? Teams share answers with class. Inquire:

33 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 1 Describe the ethics, morals, and values. Leadership 1 Category Ethics, Morals, Values Questions – REFLECTION What did you learn from your classmates about how they make decisions? How would you define ethics, morals and values? How do you think ethics, morals, and values relate to the Success Academy? Visual 1: Questions

34 Character and Leadership In teams, research assigned topic in the student text. Cadets will prepare and present their topic to the class using visual aide if necessary. TOPICS: a) Marine Ethics and Morals b) Loyalty to the Nation c) Loyalty to the Unit d) Personal Responsibility e) Selfless Service f) Self-Discipline g) Core Values Gather:

35 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 1 Describe the ethics, morals, and values. Leadership 1 Category Ethics, Morals, Values Questions – REFLECTION What did you learn about ethics, morals, and values in the Marine Corps? How do the Marine Corps ethics and values apply to you as a Cadet? Visual 1: Questions

36 Character and Leadership In Teams, truthfully answer the question on Exercise 2: Scenario Worksheet. Within your teams. Each team will share their answer to one of the questions on the exercise. Process:

37 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 1 Describe the ethics, morals, and values. Leadership 1 Category Ethics, Morals, Values Questions – REFLECTION What have you learned about your ethics, morals, and values today? What have you learned about your classmates values today? How can you encourage others to do the right thing? Visual 1: Questions

38 Character and Leadership Think about ethics, morals, and values of the Marine Corps that you have learned today. What ethics, morals, and values are important to the Marine Corps? How can the Marine Corps ethics, morals, and values apply to your everyday life? Apply:

39 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 1 Describe the ethics, morals, and values. Leadership 1 Category Ethics, Morals, Values Questions – REFLECTION What did you learn about your values? If someone asked you to describe your ethics, morals and values, what would your say? Visual 1: Questions

40 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Corp Values Core Values

41 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Marine Corps Core Values Lesson Preview: Inquire: In teams, Cadets define Honor, Courage and Commitment Gather: Teams research their assigned topic and creats a Double T-Chart Process: Team reads one of the historical case studies and creates a fishbone organizer. Describes the individual read about and how they exhibited Honor, Courage, and Commitment Apply: Each team creates a poster that represents at least one of the Core Values

42 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Marine Corps Core Values Objectives Define honor, courage, and commitment as they relate to the Marine Corps. Provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Understand how honor, courage, and commitment relate to the code of conduct for the Marine Corps.

43 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Key Words Commitment Courage Dilemma Honor Principle Marine Corps Core Values

44 Character and Leadership In 3 Teams. Make 3 posters to hang in the classroom that relate to: Honor, Courage Commitment. Poster should answer the following question: What do the Core Values mean to my classmates, the Marine Corps, and me? Look at the posters and determine which word you identify with the most. Think of a time in your life when you have either witnessed or exhibited examples of the word you identify with the most Stand under the poster that you identify with the most. Volunteers share why you identify with that term. Icebreaker/Energizer :

45 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Marine Corps Core Values Questions - REFLECTION What did you learn about honor, courage, or commitment? What did this activity reveal to you about yourself and your classmates?

46 Character and Leadership In Teams, assign one of the following topics to each team: Honor, Courage, and Commitment. Each team thinks about what the definition of their topic would be. Define your topic using the graphic organizer Teams share their graphic organizer definition. Inquire:

47 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Marine Corps Core Values Questions - REFLECTION What did you learn from your classmates about your topic? How do you think honor, courage, and commitment relate to the Success Academy?

48 Character and Leadership In 3 Teams. Each team is assigned one of the following topics: Honor Courage Commitment Pressures of Leadership Maintaining Your Ethics and Developing and Ethical Climate In Teams, research your assigned topic in the student text. Use the pages prior to the case studies to research your topic Create a Looks, Sounds, Feels Double T-Chart for their assigned topic. Teams share their graphic organizer with class Gather:

49 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Marine Corps Core Values Questions - REFLECTION What did you learn about honor, courage, commitment? How does the Corps Values apply to you as a cadet?

50 Character and Leadership In Teams, read assigned historical case study. Create a Fishbone Graphic Organizer to help describe the individual that they read about. o Each Fin will be Honor, Courage, and Commitment. o Describe the ways that the individual in the case study exhibited those values. Teams share with class their graphic organizer Process:

51 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Marine Corps Core Values Questions - REFLECTION What did you find most amazing or surprising about the individual you read about in your case study? Do you think that you would have taken the same actions? Why or Why not?

52 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Marine Corps Core Values Questions - REFLECTION How do the core values apply to your everyday life? What did you learn that you valued the most? What are some of the ways that you can encourage yourself and others to follow the core values?

53 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Marine Corps Core Values TEST REVIEW – 75pts List two primary examples of Marine Corps standards. 10pts Define ethics. 5pts List 3 of the 5 values that are encouraged in the Marine Corps – 15pts + 10pts bonus for listing all 5 List the core values. 15pts Define and provide an example of each of the core values. 30pts (Honor, Courage, Commitment)

54 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Army Values

55 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Army Values

56 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Army Values Objectives Identify the Seven Army Values Describe the Seven Army Values Relate personal Values to Army Values

57 Character and Leadership Army Values What are they and why do we have them? Why do we care about Army Values?

58 Character and Leadership Army Values Function of Army Values Define the identity of Americas Army Define a persons character Provide direction How does having values provide direction? How can displaying Army Values define a persons character?

59 Character and Leadership L – Loyalty D - Duty R - Respect S – Selfless Service H - Honor I - Integrity P – Personal Courage Army Values

60 Character and Leadership Army Values Bearing true faith and allegiance to the Constitution, the Army, the Unit and the Individual Correct Ordering of Soldiers obligations and commitments Dedication to carry out all Unit missions and serve the Values of the Country, the Army and the Unit LOYALTY

61 Character and Leadership Army Values Fulfilling professional, legal and moral obligation Duty first Accomplishing all tasks to the fullest of ones ability Accepting responsibility for ones actions and those of subordinates Prohibits illegal and immoral actions Requires disobedience of unlawful orders DUTY

62 Character and Leadership Army Values Promote dignity, consideration of others, fairness, and equal opportunity Treating people as they should be treated Regard for feelings and needs of others Requires leaders to safeguard welfare of Soldiers Respect

63 Character and Leadership Army Values Placing Army priorities above self Welfare of the Nation and Mission accomplishment before personal safety Does not imply neglect of family or self Precludes selfish careerism Give credit where credit is due Includes willingness to sacrifice SELFLESS SERVICE

64 Character and Leadership Army Values Adhering to Army Values Motive for action Ability to make moral decisions based on deep personal values and conscience Encompasses the other six values Requires leaders to exceed their duty HONOR

65 Character and Leadership Army Values Honest in word and deed Completeness Wholeness Leads to consistency among principles, values and behavior Candid and sincere w/peers, subordinates and superiors INTEGRITY

66 Character and Leadership Army Values Two Types: Physical and Moral Enables one to face fear, danger, and adversity in any situation Includes taking responsibility for actions and decisions PERSONAL COURAGE

67 Character and Leadership The Moral Compass Honor Integrity Personal Courage Respect DutyLoyalty Selfless- Service These values provide each individual, team, platoon, company, etc. the guidance critical combat situation

68 Character and Leadership Sources of Personal Values Personal Value System ReligionParents Peers Education Media Technology The Army does believe there are multiple sources for shaping values. It takes values very seriously and promotes these as its core.

69 Character and Leadership Values and the US Army The nation expects its Army to adhere to the highest standards of professional conduct and to reflect the ideals of American values. The American people demand a quality Army that honors the core values of the Constitution it is sworn to uphold - a strong respect for the rule of law, human dignity and individual rights. FM 6-22, Army Leadership Competent, Confident, and Agile 12 October 2006

70 Character and Leadership Introduction to Warrior Ethos

71 Character and Leadership

72 Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Warior Ethos Objectives Define Warrior Ethos Memoize the Soldiers Creed List the Four Tenets of Warrior Ethos

73 Character and Leadership Skill 2 Core Values Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of honor, courage, and commitment. Leadership 1 Category Warior Ethos Introduction to Warrior Ethos What is a Creed? A Set of fundamental beliefs; a guiding principle What are some examples of a Creed? What is a Soldiers Creed? Why do we have it? A Creed is a way of expressing our values and character that define the Army.

74 Character and Leadership I am an American Soldier. I am a Warrior and a member of a team. I serve the people of the United States and live the Army Values. What do these sentences tell us? What is a Warrior? What does it mean to serve the people of the United States? What are the Army Values?

75 Character and Leadership I will always place the mission first. I will never accept defeat. I will never quit. I will never leave a fallen comrade. The Four Tenets of the Warrior Ethos

76 Character and Leadership I am disciplined, physically and mentally tough, trained and proficient in my warrior tasks and drills. I will always maintain my arms, my equipment and myself.

77 Character and Leadership I am an expert and I am a professional. I stand ready to deploy, engage, and destroy the enemies of the United States of America in close combat. I am a guardian of freedom and the American way of life.

78 Character and Leadership I am an American Soldier

79 Character and Leadership Ethos defined: The disposition, character, or fundamental values peculiar to a specific person, people, culture, or movement.

80 Character and Leadership Why have Warrior Ethos? We are a values based institution Warrior Ethos is the motivating principle that ensures we win wars It demands all Soldiers be trained and equipped to engage the Enemy in close range It defines how Soldiers adapt on the battlefield from the lowest end of the spectrum to the highest It is reflected in everything we do. We are at war Soldiers must be ready to contribute to their unit immediately upon arrival The contemporary operating environment demands readiness to fight the enemy in close combat – regardless of specialty

81 Character and Leadership Warrior Ethos Leaders will have numerous roles and responsibilities throughout their time spent serving. Some will be commanders or staff officers; instructors or trainers. Regardless, leading through example is the standard for molding tomorrows leaders. Whatever the role, Leaders must have the character, presence, and intellect to do whatever is asked of them.

82 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Introspection

83 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of introspection. Leadership 1 Category Using Introspection to Develop Leadership Traits Lesson Preview: Inquire: Cadets complete Exercise 1: Agree/Disagree Gather: Cadets complete Exercise 2: Introspection Process: Cadets develop questions on index cards they would ask themselves during an introspection activity Apply: Complete an introspection activity using their Journals.

84 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of introspection. Leadership 1 Category Using Introspection to Develop Leadership Traits Objectives Define introspection. List the various methods of introspection. Identify the appropriate questions used during an introspection activity.

85 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of introspection. Leadership 1 Category Key Words Contemplation Introspection Reflection Using Introspection to Develop Leadership Traits

86 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of introspection. Leadership 1 Category Using Introspection to Develop Leadership Traits Questions - REFLECTION How do you think the words you defined apply to leadership situations? How do you think these terms apply to you as a leader?

87 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of introspection. Leadership 1 Category Using Introspection to Develop Leadership Traits Questions - REFLECTION By completing the exercise, what did you learn about yourself as a leader? Why might it be helpful to reflect on previous leadership positions? How can previous leadership experiences positively and negatively influence future ones?

88 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of introspection. Leadership 1 Category Using Introspection to Develop Leadership Traits Questions - REFLECTION So how does introspection relate to leadership? Why is it important to set aside a specific time for introspection? Why is having a positive attitude so important during an introspection activity?

89 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of introspection. Leadership 1 Category Using Introspection to Develop Leadership Traits Questions - REFLECTION What do you think is the most important question you could ask yourself during an introspection activity?

90 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of introspection. Leadership 1 Category Using Introspection to Develop Leadership Traits Questions - REFLECTION How effective was this introspection activity? How often should you do an introspection activity? How does introspection apply to your daily lives?

91 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits

92 Character and Leadership Leadership Military Leadership Traits Lesson Preview: Inquire: In Teams, Cadets create a Sunshine Wheel of leadership traits they feel are important Gather: Lecture/Discussion of 14 leadership traits. In Teams, research assigned traits. Define and provide examples of each assigned topic Process: In Teams, Cadets identify leadership traits of historical leaders Apply: Cadets complete Journal entry

93 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Objectives Provide a definition and example of each of the 14 leadership traits. Describe how the 14 leadership traits apply to the Success Academy.

94 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Key Words Bearing Courage Decisiveness Dependability Endurance Enthusiasm Initiative Integrity Judgment Justice Knowledge Loyalty Tact Unselfishness Military Leadership Traits

95 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Icebreaker/Energizer: Mystery Leader Cards: One for each Cadet. o Exercise 1: Mystery Cards provide 15 historical or current leaders that can be used o Each Cadet gets one mystery card. Cadets get mystery card taped to the back of their shirts Cadets can only ask each other one question about the name of the person on their back. Will go around the room asking until they guess their person. o Example Questions: Is the person male or female? Is the person deceased.

96 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Questions - Reflection Why is it important to know about these mystery leaders? What can you learn from them? How are they similar to and different from each other?

97 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Inquire: In teams of seven (7), cadets create a sunshine wheel graphic organizer of all the leadership traits they identify Teams share graphic organizer with class One student combines the leadership traits on the board Checkmarks placed by traits that are identified by more than one team.

98 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Questions - Reflection Were there any leadership traits that you were surprised to see identified? If yes, why? Why do you think some teams identified the same traits?

99 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Gather: Remain in Teams of 7. Teams are assigned 2 of the 14 leadership traits. Discussion introducing the 14 military leadership traits and how they relate to the Military and the Success Academy Each team reads the student text that corresponds to their assigned topic Teams, should define and provide an example of their assigned leadership traits. Teams share their leadership traits to class.

100 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Questions - Reflection Which leadership traits did you most identify with and why? Why do you think these leadership traits would be important to you in the Success Academy?

101 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Process: Remain in Teams of 7. Think of a historical leader you admire. Each team decides on a historical leader that they admire most Each Team researchs their leader and list the leadership traits that individual exhibited and explain how their leader exhibited the leadership traits. Teams present their information to the class.

102 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Questions - Reflection Which historic leader do you feel exhibited the most leadership traits and why? What traits did the leaders have in common? Why do you think these common traits are important?

103 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Apply: Think about the leadership traits that you have exhibited Memorize the 14 Leadership Traits. Acronym: JJDIDTIEBUCKLE Pair up and practice reciting the traits using the acronym

104 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Questions - Reflection List the leadership traits that you commonly exhibit in a leadership situation. List the leadership traits you would like to develop Create a personal plan that will help you develop the leadership traits you identified.

105 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Questions - Reflection If you had to pick the two most important leadership traits, what would they be and why? How do the 14 Military Leadership Traits apply to your everyday life?

106 Character and Leadership Skill 3 Leadership Traits Task 2 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 14 leadership traits. Leadership 1 Category Military Leadership Traits Questions - Reflection Why is it important to know about these mystery leaders? What can you learn from them? How are they similar to and different from each other?

107 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives

108 Character and Leadership Leadership Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Lesson Preview: Inquire: Decide what the primary objective of leadership is Gather: Read Student Text and complete a Venn Diagram on the two objectives Process: Complete a case study about the two objectives Apply: Cadets complete Journal entry to show how the leadership objectives apply to their lives in the Success Academy

109 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 3 Explain the primary and secondary objectives of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Objectives Identify the primary and secondary objectives of leadership. Describe the objective of mission accomplishment. Explain the objective of troop welfare.

110 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 3 Explain the primary and secondary objectives of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Key Words Mission Accomplishment Troop Welfare Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives

111 Character and Leadership Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Leadership Inquire: Display Key Words Using the key words, cadets decide which topic is the primary objective and which is the secondary objective of leadership Cadets who think the primary objective is troop welfare stand by the door Cadets who think mission accomplishment is the primary objective to stand by the table Each group explains why they made their choice. Primary Objective is Mission Accomplishment and the Secondary Objective is Troop Welfare

112 Character and Leadership Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Leadership Mission Accomplishment: o Is achieving your goal o Achieving your goal is the primary focus when asked to take on a task Troop Welfare: o Welfare of your troops should always be a consideration for a leader o You are expected to accomplish assigned missions and to take care of the troops under your leadership. Accomplishing both objectives develops leadership

113 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 3 Explain the primary and secondary objectives of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Questions Why do you think mission accomplishment is the primary objective? Why do you think troop welfare is secondary? Do you think your needs as a leader come before or after your troops welfare? Explain Visual 1: Questions

114 Character and Leadership Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Leadership Gather: Draw an empty Venn Diagram on the board. One side labled Mission Accomplishment and the other Troop Welfare In the two groups, Cadets think about how they would compare and contrast the two objectives. Volunteers read the introduction, Mission Accomplishment, and Troop Welfare sections of the student text. In groups, Cadets compare and contrast the two objectives and list their answers Cadet volunteer write their answers in the Venn Diagram Cadets then write what is common in the shared center of the Venn Diagram

115 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 3 Explain the primary and secondary objectives of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Questions How does mission accomplishment or troop welfare relate directly to you in the Success Academy If you chose troop welfare as the primary objective in the Inquire Phase, but have now changed your mind, why did you change your mind? Visual 1: Questions

116 Character and Leadership Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Leadership Process: Cadets get into three teams Cadets will be reviewing a case study that relates to the leadership objectives Each team reads the case study in the student text. Stop reading when you get to the Case Study Options section. Each team writes down 2 or 3 options that the new squad leader could take and shares with class. Class votes on best option and writes on board Volunteers read the options in the student text and finish the case study. Why was the class option different from the option in the text.

117 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 3 Explain the primary and secondary objectives of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Questions What mission did the squad leader have to accomplish in the case study? How did the new squad leader take troop welfare into consideration? Visual 1: Questions

118 Character and Leadership Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Leadership Apply: Cadets think about how mission accomplishment and troop welfare affect them at the Success Academy In your notebooks: o List 3 examples of mission accomplishment and troop welfare that apply to them at the Success Academy o How do leaders balance mission accomplishment and troop welfare when they may be in conflict? o In what ways may a leader be required to put his troops welfare before his own?

119 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 3 Explain the primary and secondary objectives of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Primary and Secondary Objectives Questions What is your leadership goal at the Success Academy What are some ways that you can apply the leadership objectives to your everyday life? Visual 1: Questions

120 Character and Leadership Skill 1 Objectives of Leadership Task 2 Formulate a personal definition of leadership. Leadership 1 Category Leadership Principles The 11 Leadership Principles

121 Character and Leadership Skill 4 Leadership Principles Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 11 leadership principles. Leadership 1 Category The 11 Leadership Principles Objectives Describe and provide an example of each of the 11 leadership principles. Explain how the 11 leadership principles apply to the MCJROTC. Describe how the 11 leadership principles promote effective leadership.

122 Character and Leadership Skill 4 Leadership Principles Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 11 leadership principles. Leadership 1 Category Key Words Concise Convey Grievance Immediate Potential Proficient Supervise Tactical Technical The 11 Leadership Principles

123 Character and Leadership Skill 4 Leadership Principles Task 1 Briefly explain and provide examples of the 11 leadership principles. Leadership 1 Category 1. Know yourself and seek self improvement. 2. Be technically and tactically proficient. 3. Know your subordinates and look out for their welfare. 4. Keep your subordinates informed. 5. Set the example. 6. Ensure the task is understood, supervised, and accomplished. 7. Train your subordinates as a team. 8. Make sound and timely decisions. 9. Develop a sense of responsibility among your subordinates. 10. Employ your command in accordance with its capabilities. 11. Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions. The 11 Leadership PrinciplesVisual 1: The 11 Leadership Principles


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