Airpower_Through_WWI_10

Airpower_Through_WWI_10 - PART I Lesson Title: Airpower...

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PART I Lesson Title: Airpower through WWI Teaching Method: Informal Lecture/Guided Discussion/Embedded Video Time Required: 3 hours Prerequisite Classes: None Interrelated Information: All Lessons Instructor Reference: AFDD 1 (Examples of discussed items) Visual Aids: PowerPoint Slides with embedded videos Student Preparation: As a minimum, read pages 1-21 and 35-55 of the student text Certified by: Holm Center/CR (Dr. Charles Nath III) PART IA Cognitive Lesson Objective: Comprehend the importance of air and space power, the components that help describe it, and the significance of it through the end of WWI. Cognitive Samples of Behavior: 1. State the basic definition of air and space power. (L) (OR) 2. List the core competencies. (L) (OR) 3. Define air and space doctrine. (L) (OR) 4. List the principles of war. (L) (OR) 5. State the tenets of air and space power. (L) (OR) 6. Describe the significance of the Wright Brothers’ first successful heavier-than-air flight. (L) (OR) 7. Describe the US Army’s reaction to the Wright Brothers’ heavier-than-air flying machine. (L) (OR) 8. Define strategic bombing. (L) (OR) 9. Outline the allied bombing campaign against Germany. (L) (OR) 10. List the major ideas espoused by Guilio Douhet. (L) (OR) Affective Lesson Objective: Respond to the importance of air and space power and airpower advancements through WWI. Affective Sample of Behavior: Actively participate in classroom discussions. PART IB Strategy: The first portion of this lesson sets the stage for the course. If you have not introduced the course overview previously, the beginning of this lesson is a good time to do that. The first portion is designed to give your students a very basic understanding of the terms being used throughout the course—beginning with the definition of air and space power. This lesson will be much more effective if you focus on basic definitions and not minute details. Remember, it is at the end of the course that we hope students will be able to talk about air and space power; here, you just want to introduce them to the concepts. Next, discuss doctrine in broad terms, trying not to scare the students with too many definitions. Lesson 2-1
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This is also when you’ll introduce the students to the Capabilities/Functions/Doctrine (CFD) Model that will be used throughout the course. This model is designed to help your students focus and track the development of air and space power throughout the last century by examining the capabilities, functions, and doctrinal emphasis of the US Air Force. The first portion of the lesson concludes with a brief overview of the principles of war and tenets of air and space power that will help students appreciate that war and conflict are driven by some fundamental truths. The second portion of this lesson is designed to help the students develop an understanding of, and
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2010 for the course AAST 2001 taught by Professor Krom during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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Airpower_Through_WWI_10 - PART I Lesson Title: Airpower...

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