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1 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills

2 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Energizer Think about leadership skills you observe.

3 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Energizer Prepare puzzles or construction projects to put together blindfolded. Divide Cadets into groups of 4 - 6

4 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Reflection: What problems did you encounter during the process? How did you solve them? What insights did you get from this activity?

5 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Think about the appearance, responsibilities, and attitudes of the leaders exhibited in the upcoming video. What do you already know?

6 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Do you agree or disagree with the statement made to Mark by the senior Cadet, "You can't inspire respect if you don't have any for yourself?” A)Agree B)Disagree

7 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Learning Objectives Describe the preparation a drill leader takes before a drill Sequence the procedure a drill leader takes to teach a drill Identify five characteristics of a capable drill leader Define key words: command of execution, command voice, preparation, procedure

8 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills

9 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills In your teams create a Tree Map showing the leadership characteristics of task preparation of drill leaders before, during, and after challenges. Keep Cadets in same groups

10 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Present your Tree Map graphic organizers to the class.

11 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Reflection: Which of the leader characteristics will be the same for drill leaders? What else would you like to know about being a drill leader?

12 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Think about how drill leaders prepare for drill. So, what else do you need to know or learn? Gather Phase

13 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Teams: What are five things that a good drill instructor will do in preparation of a drill? What five actions does a good drill leader do during drill? What are the five most important characteristics of a good drill leader? What role do followers play in a drill leader’s success? Create a poster – compare with Tree Maps and present results of the comparisons Keep Cadets in same groups

14 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Present the results of your comparisons with the class.

15 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Where should a drill leader position him or herself to teach a team a new drill movement? A)Behind the team so members can hear commands. B)Beside the team so the leader can monitor the team. C)Centered in front of the team so team members can see and follow the leader's example. D)Within the ranks on the front row so the leaders can both participate and lead the members. Click to see the correct answer

16 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Read the following paragraph, then select the answer that would make the paragraph most correct. The recommended steps for instructing drill are: 1) Explain and demonstrate each new drill movement; 2) Have your team members practice it; 3) Have your team members execute it; 4) Observe each team member to make sure they execute it correctly; 5) Provide individual instruction to those who need it; and 6) Use appropriate discipline to correct mistakes. A)Change step 5) to read: "make on-the-spot corrections as necessary" B)Insert "make on-the-spot corrections as necessary" after step 4) and before step 5) C)Exchange steps 5) and 6) D)Remove step 6) Click to see the correct answer

17 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Reflection: What do you think you need to do to become proficient in each aspect of being a drill leader?

18 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Think about leadership characteristics as you watch or read a case study. Now what can you do with this new information you’ve learned?

19 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills How did Mark prepare before the drill? What actions did he take during the drill? What characteristics did Mark exhibit as a drill leader? What actions did Mark take to improve as a drill leader? What recommendations would you make to help Mark become a better drill leader? Keep Cadets in same groups Create graphic organizer that identifies the following:

20 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills

21 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills

22 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Explain your graphic organizer to the class.

23 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Reflection: What behaviors seem to be critical for a drill leader to be successful? What characteristics do you exhibit that would help you be a good drill leader?

24 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Think about the leadership characteristics you exhibit in leadership situations. What else can you do with what you’ve learned today?

25 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills 1.Phil is a drill leader who yells at his squad when they do something wrong. He belittles them and is sarcastic to them. 2.Claudia is a drill leader who has favorite squad members. She tends to overlook mistakes made by her favorite squad members, but criticizes the other members when they make a mistake. 3.Juan is a drill leader who never listens to his squad members. If they make suggestions, he disregards them. 4.Linda is a drill leader who is frequently absent. When she does come to class, she is absent minded and not focused on the task at hand. 5.John is a drill leader who teaches poorly. He rarely provides feedback to his squad. Scenarios Keep Cadets in same groups

26 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Present your role-plays to the class.

27 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Complete the Using Your Leadership Skills/Taking Charge Performance Assessment Task.Using Your Leadership Skills/Taking Charge Performance Assessment Task Submit your completed performance assessment task to your instructor for feedback and a grade. Performance Assessment Task

28 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies What is the definition of the term "command of execution"? A)a part of a drill command that tells when the movement is to be carried out B)a properly given command said in a tone that is understood by everyone C)a series of steps followed in a regular, definite order D)the act or process of making something ready for use or service Click to see the correct answer

29 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies What is the definition of the term "preparation"? A)a part of a drill command that tells when the movement is to be carried out B)a properly given command said in a tone that is understood by everyone C)a series of steps followed in a regular, definite order D)the act or process of making something ready for use or service Click to see the correct answer

30 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies What is the definition of the term "command voice"? A)a part of a drill command that tells when the movement is to be carried out B)a properly given command said in a tone that is understood by everyone C)a series of steps followed in a regular, definite order D)the act or process of making something ready for use or service Click to see the correct answer

31 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Reflection: What did you find most and least challenging about being a drill leader? How can you apply the different characteristics of being a good drill leader to your daily activities?

32 Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies What is the definition of the term "procedure"? A)a part of a drill command that tells when the movement is to be carried out B)a properly given command said in a tone that is understood by everyone C)a series of steps followed in a regular, definite order D)the act or process of making something ready for use or service Click to see the correct answer

33 LESSON 2: ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Lesson 3: Using Your Leadership Skills and Taking Charge Chapter 1: Leadership Skills Reflection: What did you find most and least challenging about being a drill leader? How can you apply the different characteristics of being a good drill leader to your daily activities?


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