If you ever choose to use a skit or demonstration as a starting point
for a period of instruction, the students should get the idea that they
are observing an actual situation.
All participants should strive for
Don't use a skit or demonstration strictly for humor.
sure the teaching points are not lost in the act. For example, a scene
in a division headquarters with the staff demonstrating coordination,
staff action, and command action is an excellent way to start a class on
organization and functions of the staff. One way to gain attention of a
class is by using a ______________________or_______________________ .
LEARNING ACTIVITY--OBJECTIVE 2
This learning activity covers planning military briefings.
completion of this learning activity, you will be able to describe the
different military briefings and you will know how to plan, organize,
prepare, and conduct a military briefing.
47A. Up to this point, our discussion has focused on presenting oral
instruction. There is another type of oral presentation that you must
know how to give--the military briefing. It is so common that it is a
routine staff function at all echelons of command.
particularly should know the format of a briefing, how to prepare it,
and how to deliver it.
A military briefing has only two purposes: to
inform or to obtain a decision. Unlike oral instruction, its purpose is
not designed to teach, convince, or sell. In view of this, would you,
in an oral military briefing, plan to question members of the audience
on their understanding of the subject? ________________________________ .