lessons and what to teach

#1
hi
just after a bit of advice ben tasked with keeping the troops entertained with mil lessons and trade lessons i have coved the trade side and well been through most of the basic green side of life now ive been told to go over it all again with them i was wondering if any one had any hint tips or even lesson plans and power points pres that would help me out rater than giveing the same lessons over again. any help would be much apretiated and pls no stupidreplys.

i have had the troops out patroling going throug section battledrills model making etc etc anyhelp would bemuch apretiated.
 
#2
You sound like a cadet Lcpl who is on the blag for real lessons
 

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#4
You would benefit from spellchecker in your lesson plans
 

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#6
FiveAlpha said:
CountryGal said:
You would benefit from spellchecker in your lesson plans
You'd benefit from a lifetime ban in Greggs.
But i like being a hoofing hefer
 

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#8
FiveAlpha said:
I know, im not the one writing lesson plans I can be sloppy if I want to be ;o)
 
#9
Ok some help
At least have the decency to contribute to a free site. Use spellchecker, as an Iraqi exchange student some words may seem strange to you.

Imagination is not your strong point, and neither is your spelling
 
#10
sickofit said:
hi
just after a bit of advice ben tasked with keeping the troops entertained with mil lessons and trade lessons i have coved the trade side and well been through most of the basic green side of life now ive been told to go over it all again with them i was wondering if any one had any hint tips or even lesson plans and power points pres that would help me out rater than giveing the same lessons over again. any help would be much apretiated and pls no stupidreplys.

i have had the troops out patroling going throug section battledrills model making etc etc anyhelp would bemuch apretiated.
been
military
covered
I've
presentations
rather
giving
appreciated
please
replies
patrolling
through

punctuation would be nice too.
 
#12
why not tell people a bit about yourself - are you a cadet? OTC? regular infantry section commander? TA SNCO? then they may feel a little more inclined to assist you in your "out of the blue" request...
 
#14
[cynic]so your troop sergeant is giving you a chance to excel, getting you some good reportable activity for your SJAR, and preparing you for higher rank... so you come on arrse and want people to give you ready-made lessons instead of doing the work yourself?[/cynic]
 
#15
ha ha ha ha ha i wish no bin doing this for the last 4 months and well running out of ideas what to go over and well didnt want to totaly bore the lads by going all over it all again.
 
#16
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
[cynic]so your troop sergeant is giving you a chance to excel, getting you some good reportable activity for your SJAR, and preparing you for higher rank... so you come on arrse and want people to give you ready-made lessons instead of doing the work yourself?[/cynic]
Something tells me it will be a long time before he is ready for the next rank
 
#19
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
[cynic]so your troop sergeant is giving you a chance to excel, getting you some good reportable activity for your SJAR, and preparing you for higher rank... so you come on arrse and want people to give you ready-made lessons instead of doing the work yourself?[/cynic]
With what you wrote I think your Cynicalizer failed to start up at all.
 
#20
Much as I suspect this is a Wah, I'll bite anyway as it's 2am and I'm bored. I don't doubt that some things have changed since my day, but it would help if we knew what you're qualified to teach? CBRN/First aid/ Map reading/ Drill? Done the appropriate instructor course? And, the troops aren't there " to be entertained", they're there, presumably, to refresh and/or upgrade their level of training with the ultimate aim of keeping themselves and their colleagues alive. Your attitude seems to suggest you are not taking your job seriously, if your troops pick up on that they'll do the same. Powerpoint? Bollocks, no better way of inducing sleep. As to your own lack of literacy, perhaps your troop sergeant is dropping a hint that you may wish to improve it before trying your EPC ( or whatever it's called nowadays)?
 

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