Slide 1 of 23 Think about those occasionswhen you failed to recognize when a close friend of relative changed their appearance Energizer Change Appearance Divide cadets into pairs Energizer
Slide 2 of 23 Reflection: What causes us to not be observant? What are the costs of not being observant? Energizer
Slide 3 of 23 Student Learning Activity Review Student Learning Plan
Why is this important?
What will you learn to do?
Demonstrate proper cadet appearance
How will you know when you are succeeding?
Knowledge and skills you will learn along the way.
Slide 4 of 23 Inquire Phase
Slide 5 of 23 Student Learning Activity #1
Think about the last sporting event you attended and how the uniform impacted the appearance of the team as well as the performance of the individual.
Divide cadets into five teams
Think about how a JROTC Cadet uniform and
appearance might impact teamwork, personal success, or leadership. Inquire Phase
Slide 6 of 23 StudentLearning Activity #1 (cont.) Create a T-Chart with two column headings EASY and FRUSTRATING. Indicate the reasons for each leader’s choice under each heading. Complete Exercise 1: Matching Quality of Uniforms JROTC Uniform. Inquire Phase
Slide 7 of 23 StudentLearning Activity #1 (cont.) Divide into teams of 3-6 to create a Double-Bubble Map (or Venn Diagram) with the left key circle titled “Quality of Uniforms” and the right key circle titled “JROTC Uniform”. Fill in the center circles with common uniform qualities identified by each team. Inquire Phase
Slide 8 of 23 Reflection: What gives the uniform its reputation? What can you say about the person wearing it? What role do you think uniforms play in an organization? Inquire Phase
Slide 9 of 23 Student Learning Activity #3 Illustrate in a Bubble Map the qualities a JROTC Cadet exhibits when his or her appearance meets the standards observed in the three uniform presentations in the Inquire Phase. Gather Phase
Slide 10 of 23 View Video 1: Clean Start Click on image to play. Reflect on your appearance as a JROTC cadet.CompleteExercise 6: Identify and Give Examples. Gather Phase
Slide 11 of 23 Think about the unique qualities of the JROTC uniform
Visual 1: Group A - Class A Uniform
Visual 2: Group B - Class B Uniform
Visual 3: Group U - BDU Uniform
Divide cadets into three teams Identify the major components (parts) of the uniform, when to wear and what maintenance is required for the uniform. Gather Phase
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Slide 13 of 23 Army Green Garrison Cap Army Green Coat Shoulder Marks Army Green Long Sleeve Shirt Black Necktie/Neck Tab Black Belt with Brass Buckle (not shown) Army Green Slacks Black Socks Black Low Quarter Shoes (or Pumps) Cadet Officer Enlisted Cadet
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Slide 15 of 23 Army Green Garrison Cap Shoulder Marks Army Green Long or Short Sleeve Shirt Black Necktie/Neck Tab (mandatory with long sleeve shirt, optional with short sleeve shirt) Black Belt with Brass Buckle Army Green Slacks Black Socks Black Low Quarter Shoes or Pumps Army Green Garrison Cap Shoulder Marks Army Green Long or Short Sleeve Shirt Black Necktie/Neck Tab (mandatory with long sleeve shirt, optional with short sleeve shirt) Black Belt with Brass Buckle Army Green Slacks Black Socks Black Low Quarter Shoes or Pumps Cadet Officer Enlisted Cadet Cadet Officer Enlisted Cadet Visual 2: Class B Uniform Visual 2: Class B Uniform
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Slide 17 of 23 Army BDU Cap Army BDU Shirt Insignia of Grade Black Belt with Buckle (not shown) Army BDU Trousers Black Socks Black Boots Visual 3: BDU
Slide 18 of 23 Reflection: Why are there different classes of uniforms? What does it take to maintain the uniform? What aspects of your personal appearance make a real difference? Gather Phase
Slide 19 of 23 Think about what parts make up the types of uniforms presented Student Learning Activity #5 Inspection Criteria Observation Checklist Process Phase
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Slide 21 of 23 Reflection: What are the differences and similarities between the different classes of uniforms? Why is personal appearance important when wearing uniforms, or even when in civilian clothes? What are the significant differences between placing insignia on male and female uniforms? Process Phase
Slide 22 of 23 Think about a situation where you had to create a product that had to be evaluated Student Learning Activity #7 Review Exercise 4: Inspection Criteria Observation Checklist. Cadets wear or display uniform Apply Phase
Slide 23 of 23 Reflection: Why are inspections necessary? What is accomplished when an inspection is done? How is this relevant to going on a job interview? Apply Phase