Chapter 1: JROTC Foundations Lesson 1: Introducing JROTC Exercise #3 – Who’s a Cadet Directions: Decide if the person in each scenario below is a Cadet. Write “yes” or “no” in the Cadet column. Explain your answers after each scenario, as shown in the example. Be sure to reference the Curriculum chapters that help Cadets gain the skills they need for the scenario. You may use your student text to complete this activity. Cadet Scenario no Tim stays up late and crams every time he has a test. Explain: JROTC Cadets learn study skills in the Personal Growth and Behaviors Chapter. Cadets will have good study skills and won’t need to cram for every test. 1. Tammy wants to be a veterinarian. She has a five year plan to reach her goal. Rightnow, she volunteers at a Humane Society shelter. Explain: JROTC Cadets learn how to set goals for themselves and make plans and set paths for themselves to achieve those goals.2. Pat is camping with some friends. One of them is careless around the campfire and gets a bad burn on her hand. Pat runs to the next campsite to ask for help.