Review (indicate time required)
A. Questions from Students. Ask students for questions on any points
B. Summary of the Lesson.
List the main points (as shown in the lesson).
List the subpoints as necessary.
C. Closing Statement. Write out a statement which summarizes the
lesson and builds student interest for the lessons which will follow.
If annexes are used to supplement the lesson plan, list them on the
first page of the lesson plan under TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, AND
MATERIALS or TRAINING AIDS (as appropriate).
Figure 4-3. Sample of a lesson plan (concluded).
4-14. PREPARE FOR TRAINING
At some point after the training was requested you should be mentally or actually
listing those resources you consider necessary for the planned lesson(s). Most of these
resources will be shown in the "conditions" portion of your training objectives. This list
should be checked against your own experience and common sense. You will need to
find out what is available, what you can supply, and what must be supplied by the
commander. You will need to know the number and background of the people to be
a. What is Available. If you are in a unit which has little access to medical
supplies and equipment, this will severely limit your medical training capabilities. If your
unit is near a major medical center, there are likely to be more avenues for supplies and
equipment than you need (and also references, experts, etc.). Check on the availability
of space needed for the number of students you are planning to train, the time needed,
and your access to training aids.