Cfi Oral Plan of Action

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CFI-I Oral Plan of Action
Objective:
Discussion of the elements related to Basic fundamentals of Fundamentals of Instruction, Technical Subject Areas, Preflight Planning.

Contents:
Fundamentals of Instruction
Review
Certificates and Documents
Airworthiness Requirements
Weather Information
IFR Cross-Country Flight Planning
National Airspace
Technical Subject Areas
Regulations and Publications
Operations of Systems
Aeromedical
Aircraft Systems, Flight Instruments, and Navigational equipment Instrument Cockpit Check
Air Traffic Control Clearances
Lost Communications

Schedule:
FOI 0:15
Review0:45
Technical subject areas1:00

Equipment:
Dry erase board, markers, Pilot Operating Handbook (POH), Aviation Weather Services, PHAK, FAR/AIM.

Instructors Actions:
Discussion of lesson objective and elements relating Fundamentals of Instruction, Review topics, and technical subject areas.

Students Actions:
Participate in discussion of objective, listen, take notes, and ask questions

Completion Standards:
The instructor should determine that the lesson objective has been satisfied and that the student had reached the desired level of learning

Fundamentals of Instruction
* The Teaching Process
* Preparation of a lesson for a ground or flight instructional period. * Presentation methods.
* Application, by the student, of the material or procedure that was presented. * Review and evaluation of student performance.
* Critique and Evaluation
* Critique—
* Purpose and characteristics of an effective critique. * Methods and ground rules for a critique.
* Evaluation—
* Characteristics of effective oral questions and what types to avoid. * Responses to student questions.
* Characteristics and development of effective written test. * Characteristics and uses of performance tests, specifically, the FAA Practical Test Standards. * Planning Instructional Activity

* Developing objectives and standards for a course of training. * Theory of building blocks of learning.
* Requirements for developing a training syllabus.
* Purpose and characteristics of a lesson plan.
* Teaching Methods
* Material organization.
* The lecture method.
* The cooperative or group learning method.
* The guided discussion method.
* The demonstration-performance method.
* Computer-based training method.

Review
* Certificates and Documents
* The training requirements for the issuance of an instrument rating * The privileges and limitations of an instrument rating * Class and duration of medical certificates
* Recent pilot flight experience requirements
* Required entries in pilot logbook or flight record
* Airworthiness Requirements
* Required instruments and equipment for day/night VFR, IFR * Procedures and limitations for determining airworthiness of the airplane with inoperative instruments and equipment with and without minimum equipment list (MEL) * Requirements and procedures for obtaining a special flight permit * Airworthiness directives, compliance records, maintenance/inspection requirements, and appropriate records * Procedures for deferring maintenance on aircraft without an approved MEL * Weather Information

* 1. Sources of weather—
* AWOS, ASOS, and ATIS reports.
* PATWAS and TIBS.
* TWEB.
* 2. Weather reports and charts—
* METAR, TAF, FA, and radar reports.
* In-flight weather advisories.
* Surface analysis, weather depiction, and radar summary charts. * Significant weather prognostic charts.
* Winds and temperatures aloft charts.
* Pilot weather reports (PIREPS).
* Freezing level charts.
*...
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