AFJROTC II- (will be offered 2024-2025)
Leadership Education 200: Communication, Awareness, and Leadership, Second Edition, is a customized course designed to improve communication, enhance awareness of self and others, and provide fundamentals of leadership and followership. The course focuses on the AFJROTC mission to “develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.” Woven throughout is the underlying theme of developing personal integrity. The course also emphasizes leadership and values such as service and excellence. This update incorporates 21st-century teaching, learning, and skills of critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity.
Each lesson includes a “Quick Write” reading and writing activity related to the lesson; a “Learn About” that tells students what they will learn from the lesson; a list of vocabulary words in the lesson; “Talking Points” that highlight specific and interesting facts. The lessons close with a “Checkpoints Lesson Review” that allows students to review what they’ve learned. At the end of the “Checkpoints” is an “Applying Your Learning” section with a discussion question that gives students a chance to apply what they have learned and reinforce their understanding of the lesson’s content.
The Science of Flight: A Gateway to New Horizons is an introductory course and customized textbook that focuses on how airplanes fly, how weather conditions affect flight, and the human body, and flight navigation. The course is designed to complement materials taught in math, physics, and other science-related courses and is aligned with the National Science Education Standards, the Math Standards and Expectations, and ISTE National Educational Technology Standards for Students.
In this course, every lesson includes a “Quick Write” and a short story related to the lesson; a lesson; a “Learn About” that tells students what they’ll learn from the lesson; a list of vocabulary words in the lesson; “Wing Tips” that highlight specific and interesting facts; and facts; and many biographies and profiles. Each lesson closes with “Checkpoints” that will allow students to review what they have learned. An “Applying Your Learning” section at the end of each lesson presents discussion questions that will give them a chance to chance to use what they have learned and provides another way to reinforce their understanding of the lesson’s content. The text has four chapters, each of which contains a contains several lessons. (One-credit, one-year practical art for grades 10-12.) Prerequisites: AFJROTC I