ON TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE
1LT PAULA BENILDA C AROMIN 0-16635 NC
1LT PINKY SJ BORJA 0-16636 NC
14 May 2013
LESSON TOPIC GUIDE
TOPIC:| TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE|
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE:| The students should be able to describe the different Phases and Tactical Combat Casualty Care| ENABLING OBJECTIVES:| At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to : a. Define Tactical Combat Casualty Care b. Identify the objectives of Tactical Combat Casualty Care c. Identify the phases of care that apply to Tactical Combat Casualty Care d. Identify and differentiate the phases of Tactical Combat Casualty Care through given scenarios. | MAJOR CONCEPTS: | a. Care Under Fire (CUF) b. Tactical Field Care (TFC) c. Tactical Evacuation Care (TACEVAC)| 2. MAIN BODY|
EVENTS | LEARNING INTENT| LEARNING CONTENT| STRATEGIES| MATERIALS/ MEDIA| ASSESSMENT| TIME ALLOTMENT (in minutes)| I. INTRODUCTION | Students: Get to know their instructorTeacher: Introduce herself to the students| | The instructor will greet the students and briefly introduce herself (name, designation, etc.) | | | 2 mins| II. MOTIVATING STUDENTS| Students: The students will be able to assess their personal levels of knowledge with regard to the topicTeacher: The instructor will be able to gauge the level of knowledge of the students with regard to the topic| | The instructor will pass out pre-test examinations and will collect them when done. Items will not be reviewed instead; students will be told that the post-test is the same, so now they know what to pay attention to during the lecture.| Pre-test Exam| | 10 mins| III. INFORMING STUDENTS OF OBJECTIVES| Students – Determine the TLO and the ELOTeacher – Explain the TLO and ELO| Terminal Learning Objective (TLO) and Enabling Learning Objectives (ELO)| The instructor will explain the relevance of the motivating activity with the...