Remember that stating the objectives is one of the required elements in
What else must you tell the student in the
introduction? If you were a student, you certainly would like to know
the importance of the lesson or the reasons why you should learn it. A
statement of reasons must be a part of every introduction. If you are
giving a lesson on grid coordinates, you might state the reasons by
saying, "You must use grid coordinates to locate your position on a map.
terrain features, logistical facilities, enemy positions, targets, or
when you call for indirect fires. If you cannot rapidly and accurately
plot grid coordinates, you will endanger other friendly units and
possibly your unit's overall mission."
In addition to stating the
objective in the introduction, you must also state the _______________ .
50A. Since the audience and purpose of a military briefing differs from the
audience and purpose of oral instruction, it makes sense then that the
content will also differ. Keeping in mind that the audience wants to be
informed in a limited amount of time, select the item below which best
describes the content of a briefing.
a. Concise presentation of facts.
b. Detailed explanation of main points.
c. Broad overviews of subject.