Sysllabus for the School Year 2013-2014

1st Grading Period  
 
September 3 – November 1 
 
September 2-6  
 
In-processing (School), School Rules  
 
September 9-13  
 
In-processing (JROTC), Class Rules, Cadet  
 
Creed, Physical Training Instruction, Drill and Ceremonies  
September 16-20  
 
Issuing Uniforms, Cadet Creed, Cadet Challenge,  
 
Physical Training Instruction, Drill and Ceremonies  
 
September 23-27 
 
Issuing Uniforms, Unit 1 -Your Personal Appearance and Uniform, Cadet Challenge  
 
Sept 30 – Oct 4  
 
Issuing Uniforms, Unit 1 -Your Personal Appearance and Uniform, Leadership Board  
 
October 7-11 
 
Army JROTC–The Making of a Better Citizen (LET 1) 
 
Unit 4 – You Are What You Eat (LET 2)  
 
October 14-18 
 
The Past and Purpose of the Army JROTC (LET 1) 
 
Nutrition-Nourishing Your Body (LET 2)  
 
October 21-25 
 
Moving Up In Army JROTC (Rank and Structure) (LET 1) 
 
The Need for First Aid/Your Response (LET 2)  
 
Oct 28 – Nov 1 
 
The Signs of Success (LET 1) 
 
First Life-Saving Steps (LET 2)  
 
End of 1st Grading Period Nov 1 / 2nd Grading Period Begins Nov 4  
 
November 4-8  
 
The Stars and Stripes (LET 1) 
 
Controlling Bleeding (LET 2) H 9.3 
 
November 11-15  
 
Proudly We Sing – The National Anthem (LET 1) 
 
Treating for Shock and Immobilizing Fractures(LET 2) 
 
November 18-22  
 
American Military Traditions, Customs, and Courtesies (LET 1) 
 
First Aid for Burns (LET 2)  
 
November 25-29 
 
Unit 2 – Leadership Defined (LET 1) 
 
First Aid for Poisons, Wounds, and Bruises (LET 2)  
 
December 2-6 
 
Leadership Reshuffled (LET 1) 
 
Heat Injuries (LET 2)  
 
December 9-14 
 
Leadership From the Inside Out (LET 1 
 
Cold Weather Injuries (LET 2) 
 
December 16-20 Principles and Leadership (LET 1) 
 
Bites, Stings, and Poisonous Hazards (LET 2)  
 
Winter Break (December 23 – January 03)  
 
January 6-10 
 
Sexual harassment/Assault (LET 1) 
 
Use and Effects of Drugs, Alcohol, and Substances (LET 2)  
 
January 13-17 
 
Steps from the Past (LET 1) 
 
Critical Decisions about Substances (LET 2)  
 
January 20- 24 Mid Term EXAMS / End of First Semester  
 
3rd Nine Weeks  
 
January 27-31  
 
Roles of Leaders and Followers in Drill (LET 1) 
 
Unit 5 – Introduction to Maps (LET 2)  
 
February 3-7 Using Your Leadership Skills/Taking Charge (LET 1) 
 
Unit 6 – The Preamble (LET 2)  
 
Civics and Government 
 
February 10-14 Unit 3 – Self-Awareness (LET 1) 
 
Citizenship Skills (LET 2)  
 
February 17-21 
 
Appreciating Diversity through Winning Colors(LET 1) 
 
Small Group Meeting (LET 2)  
 
February 24-28  
 
Personal Growth Plan (LET 1) 
 
Representative Group Session (LET 2)  
 
March 3-7  
 
Becoming an Active Learner (LET 1) 
 
Introduction to Chief Justice (LET 2)  
 
March 10-14 
 
Brain Structure and Function (LET 1) 
 
Our Natural Rights (LET 2)  
 
March 17-21 
 
Learning Style and Processing (LET 1) 
 
Developing Republican Government (LET 2)  
 
March 24-28 
 
Multiple Intelligences (LET 1) 
 
British Origins of American Constitutionalism (LET 2)  
 
March 31 – April 4 
 
Thinking Maps (LET 1) 
 
Colonial Government – Basic Rights and Constitutional Government (LET 2)  
 
End of 3rd Grading Period March 31 / 4th Grading Period Begins April 1  
 
April 7-11  
 
Spring Break ( April 14-18)  
 
April 21-25 Reading For Meaning (LET 1) 
 
State Constitutions (LET 2)  
 
April 29 – May 2 
 
Study Habits that Work for You (LET 1) 
 
Articles of Confederation (LET 2)  
 
May 5-9 
 
The Communication Process (LET 1) 
 
Creating Our Constitution (LET 2)  
 
May 12-16 
 
Becoming a Better Listener (LET 1) 
 
Balancing the Power (LET 2)  
 
May 19-23 
 
Finding Solutions:Conflict/Conflict and Behavior (LET1) 
 
Protection of Rights Within the Judicial System (LET 2)  
 
May 26-30 
 
NEFE Introduction: Setting Financial Goals (LET 1) 
 
Military Justice System (LET 2)  
 
June 2-6 
 
Making a Difference with Service Learning (LET 1) 
 
Orientation to Service Learning (LET 2)  
 
June 9-13 
 
Final EXAMS / End of 4th Grading Period  

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