Blank theory lesson templates.

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  1. Hiya all,

    I've been placed on a Pre-RSI course and need to setup a 20 minute theory lesson based around comms, the problem is that I no longer have the paperwork explaining the "correct" lesson structure or the lessons I used on my DIT course.

    I'm wondering if anyone can email me a lesson plan, blank or otherwise.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
     
  2. Yea hang on let me look.
     
  3. H3

    H3 LE

    What was it again ....

    Aim

    Middle

    End ...... Hope it helps ;0)
     
  4. Ok i cant Email it to you becaus im on DIIF> But i will try and paste it here this is a BCD lesson but you can just use it as atemplate.

    Intrest
    Hi im cpl Bloggs. Ok you are on a training exercise & a soldier is hit by a mini flare & receives burns.

    Need
    In this situation it will be important for you to know how to deal with your opo’s injury in a safe & efficient way.

    Tittle
    That brings me to the title of my lesson today BCD Drill 7 burns. (say twice)

    Range
    Lesson length 20 min
    Questions from. I will nominate.
    Questions to. If at any time during the lesson you have a question raise your hand.
    Notes. There is no need to take notes.
    Today we will be covering BCD Drill 7.

    Objectives
    The objective by the end of the lesson you will be able to use drill 7 in the battlefield casualty drill aide memoire to treat a casualty with burns.

    2 MINS in to lesson.

    ANY QUESTIONS.

    Development

    The 5 causes of burns.
    1. Dry heat (flames radiated heat)
    2. Radiation (radio antenna, sun)
    3. Wet heat (steam water)
    4. Electrical (mains generator)
    5. Chemical (phosphorus battery acid)
    ANY QUESTIONS.

    The 3 types depths of burns are.
    1. 1st degree (superficial red or swollen)
    2. 2nd degree (partial thickness + blisters)
    3. 3rd deep black & charred.
    ANY QUESTIONS.

    Measuring the aria of burns.
    Small or scattered burns. The area of casualties hand is 1%.

    Medium to large burns. The Wallace rule of 9s is a quick & easy method.
    Each arm or face 9%
    Front or back 18%
    Leg 18%
    Groin 1%
    ANY QUESTIONS.

    Complications.
    • Swelling (especially the air way see drill 4)
    • Shock (the bigger the burn the bigger the risk)
    • Encircling objects (watches, rings ect)
    • Infection.

    DO NOT
    • Cover the whole body in cold water this will produce shock hypothermia.
    • Pop blisters.
    • Remove stuck clothing unless chemical spillage.
    • Apply ointments or creams.

    ANY QUESTIONS.

    Pain relief.
    If there is no difficulty in breathing facial or throat burn consider pain relief before as per drill 8.


    Demonstrate the treatment of a casualty with a burn.
    Apply water to cool burn (use casualties water bottle not yours) lightly cover with a dressing then moisten with remaining water.

    ANY QUESTIONS.

    Discuss treatment of chemical burn.
    Burns caused by chemicals other than phosphorus.
    • Remove all contaminated clothing
    • Wash area thoroughly before applying dressing

    Discuss treatment of phosphorus burn.
    • Apply water to the burn area
    • Remove any contaminated clothing & phosphorus (do not use your fingers)
    • Apply a wet dressing to the burn & keep it wet


    18 mins in to lesson.

    ANY QUESTIONS.


    Consolidation
    Today we have learnt how to treat a casualty with burns, causes of burns depths of burns measuring the area of burns & treatment of burns.
    Objectives
    The objective by the end of the lesson you will be able to use drill 7 in the battlefield casualty drill aide memoire to treat a casualty with burns.

    Test
    What are Thecauses of burn?
    6. Direct violence.
    7. Indirect violence.
    8. Muscular action.
    What is the definition of a brake?
    The definition of a break is a chip crack or break in the normal continuity of the bone structure.

    ANY QUESTIONS.
    References
    1. Battlefield casualty drills aide memoire.
    2. Battlefield casualty drills trainers manual.
    3. Resuscitation Counsel (UK) guidelines.
    4. JSP 539.
    Next lesson by CPL Bloggs on Drill 7.

    20 mins end of lesson.


    ANY QUESTIONS ON THE WHOLE LESSON?
     
  5. Awesome, cheers batfink
     
  6. No wories mate i have pracical lesson plans to if you need one.
     
  7. Nah, just needed the theory 1 at the moment. Just setting it all up on powerpoint (everyones favourite program...). Again thanks for the help. :)