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LESSON PLAN

Function

II
III
IV
V
VI
VII

Study Line
Competenc
e
Subject
Semester
Total Hours
Aim

VII
I

Training
Outcome

: Controlling the Operation of the Ship and Care for


Persons on Board at the Operational Level
: ANT-IV
: Prevent, Control and Fight Fires on Board
:
:
:
:

4.3.4 Firefighting system Fight and Extinguish Fires


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Those completion of the training for this subject the
students will thereby be enabled to determine
the ships position by use of land marks, aids to
navigation and dead reckoning, taking into
account wind, tides current and estimated
speed.

: After completion of the training for this subject, the


students will be able :
To select the most appropriate primary method of
fixing the ships position according to the prevailing
circumstances and conditions.
To calculate and determine the position accurate
and within the limits of acceptable instrument /
system errors.
To check the reliability of the information obtained
from method of position fixing at appropriate
intervals.
To select relevant information from navigational
charts and publications and to interpret these
correctly.
To identify accurately all potential navigational
hazards.
To identify and prepare that the charts selected are
the largest scale suitable for the area of navigation
and charts and publications are corrected in
accordance with the latest information available.

IX

Topic

: Definitions Earth

Instructiona
l Specific
Objective

: Students can be able to recognize the definition of


the circles of the earth

XI

Time
Allocation

: 10 Hours

XII

Required
Performanc
e

: Recognizes
- great circle
- small circle
- earth's poles
- equator
- meridians
- latitude
- parallels of latitude
- prime meridian
- longitude
- difference of latitude
- difference of longitude
- international nautical mile
- cable
- knot

XII
I
XI
V
XV

Lecture
Meets
Time

: I

Sub Topic

: Circles at the Earth I

XVI.

ionIntroduct

Step

: 3 x 50 minute

Training Activities
Activities
Instructor
Student
- Explained the
- Taking
objective of the
Note
subject
- Explained the
outlined of the
topic will be
covered

Method
Expository
Teaching

Teaching
Aid
OHS
White
Board

Time
20
minutes

onExplanati
Closing

Explaining the
instructions :
- Fixed installations
- Fire fightings
outfit
- Personal
equipment
- Fire-fighting
appliances and
equipment
- Fire-fighting
methods
- Fire-fighting
agents
- Fire fighting
procedures
- Use of breathing
apparatus for
fighting fires and
effecting rescues
- Review the
definition of the
circles have been
explained
- Asking randomly to
the students for
knowing the
students
understanding
- Giving evaluation
to the students

- taking
note
- raising
question

Expository
Teaching

- taking
note

Expository
Teaching

Observatio
n to the
laboratory

100
minutes

Model
OHS
White
Board

30
minutes

- answerin
g the
questions

Individual
- doing the assignmen
assignme t
nt

XVII. Evaluation
-

Model
OHS
White
Board

Written Task for answering the question as follow:


1. Explained the definitions of:
a.
Great circle
b.
Small circle
c.
Earth Poles
d.
Equator
e.
Meridian
f.
Latitude
g.
Longitude
h.
Prime Meridians
i.
Parallel of Latitude

Drawing
paper,
pens,
pencil

2. Drawing the model of the earth and which include the circles,
as follow:
a.
Great circle
b.
Small circle
c.
Earth Poles
d.
Equator
e.
Meridian
3. Drawing to the earth model (question no 2) the position of the
points :
- A at Latitude 45o North and
- B at Longitude 20o West.
XVIII. References
T2
TX 26

An introduction to coastal navigation, a


seamans guide, Morgans, 5th d. 1995
Modern chartwork, Squair, 6th ed. 1992