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Think about the similarities and differences between squad and platoon drill. Inquire – What do you already know?. Inquire Phase. (U2C5L1:G2) Name the four basic movements in marching the platoon. Forward marching, columns, flanks, and rear marches - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Lesson 4 - Platoon Drill

LESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using Drill(U2C5L1:G2)

Name the four basic movements in marching the platoon.Forward marching, columns, flanks, and rear marchesChanging direction, marching to the flank, forming a file and re-forming, and forming a column of twos and re-formingForming flanks, forming files, forming a column of twos and re-formingChanging direction in quick time, mark time, double time, and halt

Click to see the correct answerInquire PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using Drill

Prepare for this lesson by discussing the key questions of this Student Learning Plan.What will you accomplish in this lesson? Why is the lesson important?When will you have successfully met the lessons purpose? Answer the Lesson Question:What are platoon formations and how are they different from squad formations? Inquire PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillLearning Objectives

Describe the correct response to the commands for forming and marching the platoon

Compare platoon drills and squad drills

Match drill commands to platoon formations

Define key words: cover, flank, formations, interval, line, pivot

Inquire PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillDivide Cadets into two groupsDivide the class into two teams, the Squad Drill team and Platoon Drill team. Have a volunteer from each team be the team recorder. Create a Tree Map titled Platoon and Squad Drill. Label one branch Similarities and the other Differences.Inquire PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillSimilaritiesanddifferencesfromTree MapsInquire PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillReflection:

Why do the differences exist between platoon and squad drill? What about the similarities?

Inquire PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillGather PhaseGather - So, what else do you need to know or learn?Think about the importance of accurate commands in drill.

LESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillPlatoon Drill commands that are the same as Squad DrillsAligning the PlatoonLocation of leaders in Platoon FormationsCovering and RecoveringPlatoon FormationsOpening and Closing RanksFalling InResting and Dismissing the PlatoonBreaking Ranks, and Counting Off Changing DirectionChanging IntervalsForming a File/Forming a column of Twos/Reforming the Platoon Presenting Arms/Eyes RightAssign groups/squads the following topics.Divide Cadets intogroups of 4-5Gather PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillResearch topics using jigsaw techniqueResearch your topics in the student text and in the FM 3-21.5 using the jigsaw technique, and prepare to demonstrate your drill.

Gather PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillPractice the topic(s) you researched.

Senior Cadets will coach your teams and provide demonstrations where necessary.

Gather PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using Drill12

As a team, demonstrate your drills to the class.Gather PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using Drill13X = Reverse, MARCH; Y = 1 step; Z = 3 stepsX = To the Rear, MARCH; Y = 2 steps; Z = 2 stepsX = Counter column, MARCH; Y = 1 step; Z = 1 stepX = Counter, COLUMN; Y = 2 steps; Z = 2 steps

(U2C5L1:Q3) Study the diagram and select the option (A-D) that best completes the procedure for executing this platoon movement.

Click to see the correct answerGather PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using Drill(U2C5L1:Q1)While in formation, the Platoon Leader calls "Cadet Private Wilson, Front and Center."What should Cadet Wilson, who is in the center of the second rank, do?The Cadet should come to attention, reply "Here, Sir/Ma'am," take one 15-inch step backward, halt, face to the right (left) in marching, and exit the formation by marching to the nearest flank.The Cadet should come to attention, turn his head and eyes toward the Platoon Leader, and wait for further instructions.The Cadet should come to attention, reply "Here, Sir/Ma'am," take two steps back and move around the closest flank to a position in front, and centered on, the Company Commander or First Sergeant.The Cadet should come to attention, reply "Here, Sir/Ma'am," and move through first squad to a position in front of the Platoon Leader.

Click to see the correct answerGather PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillReflection:

What is the function of using platoon formations in drill?

What are some advantages to learning platoon drill?

Gather PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillProcess PhaseProcess - Now what can you do with this new information youve learned?Think about what is involved to perfect the movements in platoon drill.

LESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillPractice drills demonstrated in the Gather Phase.

Rotate leadership positions within the squad so that everyone gets a chance to give, and respond to, the drill commands.

Give and accept constructive criticism as required.Keep Cadets in samegroups

Process PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using Drill(U2C5L1:Q2) For in-ranks inspections, platoons increase the space between squads by giving the command to Open Ranks.Select the option (A-D) that best indicates how a platoon executes "Open Ranks, MARCH."1st Squad takes 1 Step forward; 2nd Squad stays in place; 3rd Squad takes 2 Steps backwards; 4th Squad takes 4 Steps backwards.1st Squad takes 2 Steps forward; 2nd Squad takes 1 Step forward; 3rd Squad stays in place; 4th Squad takes 2 Steps backwards.1st Squad takes 3 Steps forward; 2nd Squad takes 2 Steps forward; 3rd Squad takes 1 Step forward; 4th Squad stays in place.1st Squad takes 4 Steps forward; 2nd Squad takes 3 Steps forward; 3rd Squad takes 2 Steps forward ; 4th Squad takes 1 Step forward.

Click to see the correct answerProcess PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using Drill(U2C5L1:Q4)You were marching your platoon to the parade field to participate in a ceremony. When you got there, a display was set up at the entrance and it was only wide enough for two of your four squads to march through.What command should you give to most efficiently get your platoon through the display and onto the parade field?Platoon, HALT. File from the right, MARCH.Mark-time, MARCH. Counter-column, MARCH.Platoon, HALT. Column of twos from the right, MARCH.Mark-time, MARCH. Column of twos from the right, MARCH.

Click to see the correct answerProcess PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillReflection:

Were you surprised at the level of detail required to perform various aspects of platoon drill? If so, why?

What questions do you have about platoon drill?

Process PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillApply PhaseApply - What else can you do with what youve learned today?Think about the different types of drill commands and the responses to each.

LESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Drill and Ceremonies Lesson 4: Platoon Drill Chapter 2: Leading Others Using DrillGive and respond to drill commands that do the following:

Form the Platoon

Move the Platoon (as directed)

Dismiss the PlatoonDivide Cadet teams into squadformation

Apply PhaseLESSON 2:ROLES OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN DRILL Leadership through the Use of Dril

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