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PSY FPX 6100 Assessment 3 Being 747 Flight Instructor Lesson Plan

Name

Capella University

PSY FPX 6100 Introduction to Educational Psychology

Prof. Name

Date

Abstract

This paper outlines a teaching plan tailored for aviation instructors with a focus on understanding the components of a Boeing 747 cockpit and the preflight checklist crucial for takeoff.

Teaching Blueprint for Boeing 747 Cockpit

Long-Term Objective: Understanding Flight Instruments
Lesson Plan Goals/Short-Term Objectives (Level: Knowledge)
Goals
Objectives

Acquire parts manual for Boeing 747 cockpit

Gather information on cockpit components (lexicon)

Recognize internal cockpit components

Define components from provided terminologies, fostering inquiry and review

Correlate components with definitions

Use electronic flashcards with images to match components with definitions, fostering inquiry and review

Assignments

Engage in manual reading, craft electronic flashcards, compose labeled cockpit slideshow

Lesson Plan Goals/Short-Term Objectives (Level: Application)
Goals
Objectives

Utilize knowledge through flight simulation

Identify cockpit components within flight simulator

Engage physically within the cockpit

Identify cockpit components with engine off, adhering to safety protocols

Introduce protocol for component failure

Demonstrate protocol through flight simulator; research specific component failure protocols

Assignments

Explore and identify best approach to handle specific component failures through research

Teaching Methods: Guided learning, direct instruction

Long-Term Objective: Understanding Preflight Checklist

Lesson Plan Goals/Short-Term Objectives (Level: Knowledge)
Goals
Objectives

Obtain Boeing 747 flight manual

Locate and review Normal Procedures Checklist for PREFLIGHT

Introduce emergency equipment and switches

Demonstrate proper inspection methods for each emergency component and switch

Introduce lights and panels

Demonstrate proper inspection methods for all lights and panels

Introduce systems and miscellaneous components

Demonstrate proper inspection methods for all systems and miscellaneous components (e.g., air conditioning)

Assignment

Read and comprehend Normal Procedures Checklist for PREFLIGHT in Boeing 747 flight manual

Lesson Plan Goals/Short-Term Objectives (Level: Comprehension)
Goals
Objectives

Review emergency equipment and switches

Identify emergency components and switches via flight simulator; foster inquiry and review

Review lights and panels

Identify switches via flight simulator; encourage questions and review

Review systems and miscellaneous components

Identify systems and components via flight simulator; encourage questions and review

Lesson Plan Goals/Short-Term Objectives (Level: Application/Evaluation)
Goals
Objectives

Demonstrate emergency components and switches

Display utilization of emergency components and switches on Boeing 747; adhere to safety protocols

Demonstrate lights and panels

Demonstrate proper usage of lights and panels on Boeing 747

Demonstrate systems and miscellaneous components

Exhibit proper utilization of all systems and miscellaneous components on Boeing 747

Teaching Methods: Guided learning, direct instruction

PSY FPX 6100 Assessment 3 Being 747 Flight Instructor Lesson Plan

References

Bloom’s Taxonomy. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://media.capella.edu/CourseMedia/HRM5004/media_blooms_tax/hrm5004u02_ts.html

PSY FPX 6100 Assessment 3 Being 747 Flight Instructor Lesson Plan

Huitt, W. (2003). Models of teaching/instruction. Educational Psychology Interactive. Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University.

 

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