Download Lesson Plans to Train Like You Fly: A Flight Instructor's by Arlynn McMahan PDF

By Arlynn McMahan

This consultant for flight teachers offers lesson plans within the type of scenario-based “maneuver briefings.” A wealthy source for energetic teachers, those lesson plans also are important to CFI candidates getting ready their very own materi­als. Lesson Plans is also used as a better half booklet for flight teachers who're following the rules of scenario-based education taught in Arlynn McMahon’s first ebook, Train such as you Fly: A Flight Instructor’s consultant to Scenario-Based Training.

Lesson Plans is designed to paintings in supplement with any syllabus and the FAA Airman Certification criteria (ACS). It explains tips to educate each one maneuver, making the flight instructor’s favourite syllabus curriculum much more effec­tive and stress-free for flight scholars. every one maneuver briefing encompasses a sequence of drawings teachers can seek advice from their scholars or reflect within the school room and an accompanying script to coach from, which incorporates a tale or motivation at the why and the way the maneuver is utilized in genuine flight. universal blunders are mentioned within the kind of keys to luck, to posi­tively motivate scholars to turn into sound aviation citizens.

In addition to the lesson plans, the ebook comprises templates, checklists, and scholar assignments to construct right flight instruction conduct and aid be certain the student’s readiness to behave as pilot-in-command. those instruments are specially precious to the flight teacher sooner than the foremost flight education milestones, reminiscent of first solo, solo cross-country, and the checkride.

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Slow and trim for _______ KIAS; f. ” Base Leg 1. Maintain stabilized airspeed; stabilize glide path. 2. Begin descent (add second notch of flaps, as necessary). 3. Descend as necessary 500 – 800 fpm to runway (with airplane always in position to glide, should the engine fail). 4. Maintain airspeed ( _____ KIAS). 5. Power as required (about _______ MP/RPM). 6. Perform second pre-landing checklist. 7. After glide path, rate of descent and airspeed are stabilized: a. scan for traffic; b. turn final.

The maximum demonstrated crosswind component is not a limitation, but gives you an indication of where most new pilots should consider it too-much wind. Perhaps your airport has a second runway? • Once in position for takeoff on the runway, position the ailerons fully into the wind and hold the elevator neutral. • As speed increases, wind increases over the controls making them more effective. Be prepared to reduce the controls slightly. • In strong crosswinds (delay takeoff until VR+2 to 5 KIAS).

This is a maximum performance maneuver. It requires knowledge of the POH recommended procedures, planning and judgment. SOFT-FIELD TAKEOFF WHAT IS SOFT-FIELD? • Non-asphalt/concrete • Covered with snow/mud HOW IT’S DIFFERENT • • • • • Don’t stop More power needed Protect nose gear Flaps - extra lift Use ground effect RESEARCH WX • A/FD • • • POH • • • LOOK wind, baro, temp runway length, condition obstructions DP procedures configuration performance choose climb speed No centerline - stay aware HOLD SHORT • Runup checklist • Configure: 25° flaps, trim aft • Cockpit organized • Pax briefing • Mindset for possible abort • Clear area • Both ends of active runway • Check for debris/critters on runway 2 Controls more effective Relax back pressure 1 Heels on floor Hand on throttle Control wheel back * Don’t stop * Stay in center SUCCESS = You’re ready Plane’s ready 40 50’ 3 Lift off slow Possible crab * Lower nose * Don’t settle 4 Gear up Checklist Fuel pump off Retract flap Scan for traffic Willing to abort Sterile cockpit Lesson Plans CHALKBOARD TALK Elements of the Maneuver First, a look at the universal elements of the maneuver — those elements that are not aircraft-specific.

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