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    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire – What do you already know? Think about the structure of your Cadet Battalion and its chain of command. Inquire Phase
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire Phase (U1C1L9:Q3) The sequence of command in staff actions is a nine-step procedure the commanders and their staffs use to make decisions. Of the following, which is not one of the benefits of using the sequence? A) Commanders are assured that they are making a decision based on all available information. B) Staff officers are better prepared because they can anticipate the needs of each step. C) Commanders are assured that they are in control of the situation and can ignore outside influences. D) The Staff is able to plan an action before they receive a mission.
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire Phase • Prepare for this lesson by Thinking about the key questions of this Student Learning Plan. • What will you accomplish in this lesson? • Why is the lesson important? • When will you have successfully met the lesson’s purpose? • Answer the Lesson Question: • What are the command and staff procedures?
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire Phase Learning Objectives • Describe staff responsibilities and three common procedures used to coordinate staff actions • Compare the three types of staffs and their relationship to the commander • List the nine-step sequence of command and staff actions in the correct order • Clarify the scope and purpose of the commander's estimate • Define key words: coordinating staff, course of action, echelon, personal staff, special staff
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire Phase • Understand the battalion chain of command. • Identify how the structure of your Cadet Battalion differs from Visual #1: Basic Command and Staff Principles. • Label the positions and names of your Cadet Battalion chain of command on a Flow Chart.
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire Phase BATTALION COMMANDER BATTALION EXECUTIVE OFFICER BATTALION COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR S-5S-4S-3S-2S-1 COMPANYA COMMANDER COMPANYB COMMANDER COMPANYC COMMANDER Visual #1: Basic Command and Staff Principles
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire Phase COMPANY COMMANDER EXECUTIVE OFFICER FIRST SERGEANT 2ND PLATOON LEADER 3RD PLATOON LEADER 1ST PLATOON LEADER SQUAD LEADERS A-TEAM LEADER B-TEAM LEADER NOTE: The 2nd and 3rd Platoons are organized as the 1st Platoon Visual #1: Basic Command and Staff Principles
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire Phase Record the class Flow Chart in your Cadet Notebook for future reference.
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Inquire Phase Reflection: • Why do you think you need to know about your battalion organizational structure? • What else would you like to know about your battalion organizational structure?
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Gather Phase Think about how decisions are made at the battalion level. Gather - So, what else do you need to know or learn?
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Gather Phase Describe the definition and characteristics of: • Command Authority and Responsibilities, and Delegation of Authority • Command and Staff Actions • Staff Organization and Staff Authority and Responsibilities • Types of Staff and Common Staff Procedures • Sequence of Command and Staff Actions • Estimate of the Situation in the Sequence of Command and Staff Actions • Purpose of the Estimate and Scope of Command and Staff Actions
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Gather Phase (U1C1L9:G9) ___________ officers are the principal staff assistants to the commander and each specializes in an S-1 through S-5 (or a combined) function. A) Special staff B) Coordinating staff C) Personal staff D) Principal staff
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Gather Phase Reflection: • What did you learn from the student text about command and staff procedures? • Why do you think delegation of authority is important? • Why do you think common staff procedures are important?
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Process Phase Process - Now what can you do with this new information you’ve learned? Think about the roles that each staff position plays in the exercise.
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Process Phase (U1C1L9:G15) ___________ channels transmit all orders and instructions to subordinate units. A) Designated B) Delegated C) Control D) Command
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Process Phase (U1C1L9:G5) T or F: Commanders can delegate authority and responsibilities to their subordinates. A) True B) False
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Process Phase Reflection: • What did you learn from this activity? • Why was this activity important?
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase Apply - What else can you do with what you’ve learned today? Think about the responsibilities and procedures you observed in the Gather and Process Phases of this lesson.
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase • Obtain the Basic Command and Staff Principles Performance Assessment Task. • Summarize the characteristics of a battalion staff and command and staff procedures. • Create a Flow Map showing the nine-step sequence of command and staff actions.
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase • Complete the Basic Command and Staff Principles Performance Assessment Task. (assessment task) • Submit your completed performance assessment task Online for feedback and a grade. Performance Assessment Task
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase (U1C1L9:V1) Coordinating Staff A) B) C) D) E)
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase (U1C1L9:V2) Course of Action A) B) C) D) E)
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase (U1C1L9:V3) Echelon A) B) C) D) E)
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase (U1C1L9:V4) Personal Staff A) B) C) D) E)
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase (U1C1L9:V5) Special Staff A) B) C) D) E)
    • CHAPTER 1: FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY JROTC AND GETTING INVOLVED LESSON 9: BASIC COMMAND AND STAFF PRINCIPLES Apply Phase Reflection: • What did you learn today that you most valued? • How did this lesson help you to better understand the role of the battalion commander and the staff? • How can you apply what you’ve learned in your everyday duties and responsibilities?