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SFC Otha Davis
LET 1
1st Semester, Introduction to Leadership and Character Development COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course includes classroom instruction and laboratory instruction in the history, customs, traditions and purpose of Army JROTC. It contains the development of basic leadership skills to include leadership principles, values and attributes. Development of core skills students should master, an appreciation for diversity, and active learning strategies are integrated throughout the course. The performance standards in this course are based on the performance standards identified in the curriculum for the US Army JROTC. Successful completion of at least three units of credit in the Army JROTC program will qualify the student for advanced placement in a College ROTC program or accelerated promotion in the military service


LET 1 2nd Semester, Basic Life Skills and Citizenship COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course includes classroom instruction and laboratory instruction expanding on the communication skills and conflict management and resolution curriculum taught in LET 1 1st Semester. Emphasis is placed on writing skills and oral communications techniques. Financial planning is introduced. Physical fitness, diet, nutrition, healthy lifestyles and awareness of substance abuse and prevention and basic first aid measures are additional content areas. An overview of geography and the globe are incorporated. Also included in the course is a study of the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, responsibilities of U.S. citizens
and the federal justice system. The performance standards in this course are based
on the performance standards identified in the curriculum for the US Army JROTC.
Successful completion of at least three units of credit in the Army JROTC program
will qualify the student for advanced placement in a college ROTC program or accelerated promotion in the military service.
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