Jacob Rupert

published Lesson 3 in Instrument Pilot 2012-09-26 15:15:08 -0400

Lesson 3


LESSON 03

DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:

1. Preflight Orientation

2. Flight

3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will review systems and equipment checks. Durring the flight, the student will demonstrate increased proficency in full panel instruemnt flying in preperation for partial panel flight.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  • Aircraft Systems Related to IFR Operations
  • Aircraft Flight Instruments and Navigation Equipment
  • Preflight Check of Instruments, Equipment, and Systems
  • Instrument Cockpit Check

Full Panel Instrument

  • Straight-and-Level Flight
  • Constant Airspeed Climbs
  • Constant Airspeed Descents
  • Change of Airspeed
  • Standard-Rate Turns

Lesson Introduction

  • Power-Off Stalls
  • Power-On Stalls
  • Maneuvering During Slow Flight
  • Recovery From Unusual Flight Attutudes
  • Operations in Turbulence

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will demonstrate an understanding of systems and equipment related to IFR operations and will precisely control the airplane using full panel instrument flight and aircraft attitude control by maintaining altitude +/-200 feet, heading +/-15 degrees and airspeed +/-15 knots. The student will also recognize the approach of stalls and demonstrate the correct recovery procedures from unusual flight attitudes.


published Lesson 2 in Instrument Pilot 2012-09-26 14:46:28 -0400

Lesson 2


LESSON 02

DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:

1. Preflight Orientation

2. Flight

3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will review full panel instruemnt flying in preperation for partial panel flight as well as learn about the aircraft instrument systems, equipment, and preflight checks necessary for IFR flight.

CONTENT:

Lesson Introduction

  • Aircraft Systems related to IFR Operations
  • Aircraft Flight Instruments and Navigation Equipment
  • Preflight Check of Instruments, Equipment, and Systems
  • Instrument Cockpit Check
  • IFR Takeoff Preparations

Lesson Review

  • Straigth-and-Level Flight
  • Standard-Rate turns
  • Constant Airspeed Climbs and Descents

Lesson Introduction

  • Change of Airspeed
  • Steep Turns
  • Checking Instruments and Equipment at Shutdown

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will demonstrate an understanding of full panel instrument flight and aircraft attitude control by maintaining altitude +/-200 feet, heading +/-15 degrees and airspeed +/-15 knots. The student will also display an understanding of aircraft systems related to IFR operations and the importance of IFR takeoff preperations.

 

published Lesson 25 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:47:24 -0400

Lesson 25

LESSON 25
DUAL-LOCAL

LESSON 25
DUAL-LOCAL
STAGE CHECK

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

This stage check, conducted by the chief instructor, the assistant chief instructor, or the designated check instructor, will evaluate the student’s ability to perform the listed maneuvers at the proficiency level of a private pilot. Additionally, the student’s ability to plan and conduct cross-country flights safely will be evaluated, as well as safe and effective operation of the aircraft during all other phases of flight in Stage III of the Private Pilot Flight Training Syllabus.

CONTENT:

Knowledge

  •        Maneuvers and Procedures
  •        Acceptable Performance Criteria
  •        Applicable Rules
  •        Human Factors Concepts

Flight

  •        Preflight Preparation
  •        Ground Operations
  •        Maneuvering During Slow Flight (VR-IR)
  •        Power-Off and Power-On Stalls (VR-IR)
  •        Steep Turns
  •        Ground Reference Maneuvers
  •        Using Radio Communications, Navigation Systems/Facilities, and Radar Services (IR)
  •        Unusual Attitude Recoveries (IR)
  •        Airport Operations
  •        Normal and/or Crosswind Takeoffs and Landings
  •        Go-Around/Rejected Landing
  •        Short-Field Takeoffs/Maximum Performance Climbs and Landings
  •        Soft-Field Takeoffs and Landings
  •        Forward Slips to Landing
  •        Emergency Operations
  •        After Landing, Parking, and Securing

Cross-Country Flight

  •        Radio Navigation
  •        Pilotage and Dead Reckoning
  •        Diversion to Alternate
  •        Lost Procedures

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

Each maneuver and procedure should be performed at the proficiency level of a private pilot. Mastery of the airplane should be evident and the successful outcome of each task performed should be expected. Any maneuvers or procedures which do not meet this standard should be reviewed with the student and assigned additional practice. The student should exhibit a sound understanding of the knowledge, skill, and proficiency requirements for private pilot certification. The student should also demonstrate the ability to plan and conduct cross-country flights using sound knowledge of flight planning, preflight action, weather analysis, and the appropriate aeronautical publications.


published Lesson 24 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:45:22 -0400

Lesson 24


LESSON 24
DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

Review the areas of operation specifically assigned by the instructor with special emphasis on correcting any deficiency in the performance of maneuvers or procedures before the Stage III Check. Further develop the student’s knowledge and skill in preparation for the private pilot practical test. Emphasis will be on correction of any deficient skill or knowledge areas.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  • Spin Awareness
  • Maneuvering During Slow Flight (VR-IR)
  • Power-Off and Power-On Stalls (VR-IR)
  • Steep Turns
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers
  • Using Radio Communications, Navigation Systems/Facilities, and Radar Services (IR)
  • Unusual Attitude Recoveries (IR)
  • Normal and/or Crosswind Takeoffs and Landings
  • Go-Around/Rejected Landing
  • Short-Field Takeoffs/Maximum Performance Climbs and Landings
  • Soft-Field Takeoffs and Landings
  • Forward Slips to Landing
  • Emergency Operations
  • Cross-Country Flight Procedures
  • Specific Maneuvers or Procedures Assigned by the Flight Instructor

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The lesson is complete when the student has practiced the assigned maneuvers and procedures. The student should exhibit competence and ability to correct and weak performance areas determined previously. Perform each assigned maneuver and procedure with proper coordination and precision according to the criteria established in the Private Pilot Practical Test Standards.

 

published Lesson 23 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:43:34 -0400

Lesson 23

LESSON 23
DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

Review of the areas of operation, including specified maneuvers and procedures determined by the instructor to increase proficiency to the level required of a private pilot. Further develop the student’s knowledge and skill in preparation for the private pilot practical test. Emphasis will be on correction of any deficient skill or knowledge areas.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

Ground Review

  • Practical Test Standards
  • Spin Awareness

Flight Review

  • Preflight Preparation
  • Ground Operations
  • Maneuvering During Slow Flight (VR-IR)
  • Power-Off and Power-On Stalls (VR-IR)
  • Steep Turns
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers
  • Using Radio Communications, Navigation Systems/Facilities, and Radar Services (IR)
  • Unusual Attitude Recoveries (IR)
  • Airport Operations
  • Normal and/or Crossword Takeoffs and Landings
  • Go-Around/Rejected Landing
  • Short-Field Takeoffs/Maximum Performance Climbs and Landings
  • Soft-Field Takeoffs and Landings
  • Forward Slips to Landing
  • Emergency Operations
  • After Landing, Parking, and Securing
  • Cross-Country Flight Procedures Assigned by the Flight Instructor

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will exhibit progress and acceptable proficiency by performing each assigned maneuver smoothly and with proper coordination and precision according to the criteria established by the Private Pilot Practical Test Standards.

 


published Lesson 22 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:41:38 -0400

Lesson 22


LESSON 22
DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will review, as necessary, short-field and soft-field techniques as well as the listed maneuvers.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  • Short-Field Takeoff and Climb
  • Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb
  • Straight-and-Level Flight (IR)
  • Constant Airspeed Climb (IR)
  • Constant Airspeed Descent (IR)
  • Turns to Heading (IR)
  • Steep Turns (VR, IR)
  • Recovery From Unusual Flight Attitudes (IR)
  • Maneuvering During Slow Flight
  • Power-Off Stalls
  • Power-On Stalls
  • Go-Around
  • Normal and/or Crosswind Approach and Landing
  • Short-Field Approach and Landing
  • Emergency Approach and Landing
  • Simulated Fire in Flight
  • No-Flap Approach and Landing

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will perform each of the takeoffs using the correct techniques, and liftoff speed will not vary from the recommended speed by more than +/-5 knots. The landing approaches will be stabilized, and the approach speed will not vary more than +/-5 knots of that desired. During the instrument reference maneuvers the altitude will not vary more than +/-100 feet.

 

published Lesson 20 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:29:11 -0400

Lesson 20


LESSON 20
SOLO-CROSS-COUNTRY

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will complete the cross-country requirement. This flight must be at least 100 NM, with landings at a minimum of three points, one of which is at least 50 nautical miles between takeoff and landing locations.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

Preflight Preparations

  • Aeronautical Charts
  • Flight Publications
  • Route Selection
  • Obtaining Weather Information
  • Fuel Requirements
  • Determining Performance and Limitations
  • Weight and Balance
  • Navigation Log
  • FAA Flight Plan

Cross-Country Flight

  • VOR Navigation
  • Pilotage
  • Dead Reckoning
  • Estimates of Groundspeed
  • Estimates of ETA
  • Controlled Airport Operation

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will demonstrate cross-country proficiency by completing the flight as planned. The instructor should review the completed navigation log during the post-flight evaluation to determine whether it was completed and used correctly.

 

published Lesson 19 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:23:07 -0400

Lesson 19


LESSON 19
DUAL-NIGHT CROSS-COUNTRY

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student learns to perform VFR night navigation competently. Emphasis is placed on the importance of proper planning and accurate navigation. This flight should include at least one landing at an unfamiliar airport and be more than 100 NM total distance.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  • Aeromedical Factors
  • Preparation and Equipment
  • Normal Takeoff and Climb
  • Short-Field Takeoff and Climb
  • Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb
  • Maneuvering During Slow Flight (VR-IR)
  • Recovery From Unusual Flight Attitudes (IR)
  • Go-Around

Lesson Introduction

Night Cross-Country Planning

  • Obtaining Weather Information
  • Route Selection
  • Altitude Selection
  • Fuel Requirements

Night Cross-Country Flight

  • Pilotage
  • Dead Reckoning
  • VOR Navigation (VR-IR)
  • Emergency Operations
  • Normal Approach and Landing
  • Short-Field Approach and Landing
  • Soft-Field Approach and Landing

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will demonstrate an understanding of night cross-country planning and flight procedures and precautions. Navigation should be accurate, and emergency situations should be handled promptly, utilizing proper judgment. In addition, all landing approaches should be stabilized with touchdown at a predetermined area on the runway. At the completion of this lesson the student must have logged at least ten (10) takeoffs and landings to a full stop at night.


published Lesson 18 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:19:51 -0400

Lesson 18

LESSON 18
DUAL-CROSS-COUNTRY

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student is introduced to cross-country procedures and the proper techniques to be used during flights out of the local training area. This flight prepares the student to make cross-country flights as the sole occupant of the airplane.

CONTENT:

Lesson Introduction

Cross-Country Flight Planning

  • Aeromedical Factors
  • Flight Publications
  • Route Selection
  • Obtaining Weather Information
  • Fuel Requirements
  • Determining Performance and Limitations
  • Weight and Balance
  • Navigation Log
  • FAA Flight Plan
  • Cockpit Management

Cross Country Flight

  • Departure
  • Opening Flight Plan
  • Course Interception
  • Pilotage
  • Dead Reckoning
  • VOR Navigation (VR-IR)
  • Power Settings and Mixture Control
  • Diversion
  • Lost Procedures
  • Estimates of Groundspeed and ETA
  • Position Fix by Radio Aids
  • Flight on Federal Airways

Airport Operations

  • Controlled Airport Operation
  • Uncontrolled Airport Operation
  • Unfamiliar Airport Operation
  • Airports with Heavy Traffic
  • At Least One Landing More than 50 n.m. From Departure Airport

Lesson Review

  • Systems and Equipment Malfunctions
  • Emergency Climbs and Descents Using Radio Aids or Radar Vectors (IR)

COMPLETION STANDARDS: The student will demonstrate the skill to perform cross-country flights safely. This includes accurate and complete preflight planning, weather analysis, use of FAA publications and charts, adherence to the preplanned flight, and the use of pilotage, dead reckoning, and radio navigation, including a two-hour flight at least part of which must be on Federal Airways.

 


published Lesson 17 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:14:21 -0400

Lesson 17


LESSON 17
DUAL-LOCAL, NIGHT

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this flight, the student is introduced to the operational aspects of night flight. Special emphasis is placed upon the student learning the additional planning and flight considerations necessary when operating in the night environment.

CONTENT:

Lesson Introduction

Preflight Preparation

  • Aeromedical Factors
  • Flight Planning Considerations
  • Pre-Flight Inspection
  • Preparation and Equipment

Night Flight

  • Normal Takeoff and Climb
  • Short-Field Takeoff and Climb
  • Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb
  • VFR Navigation
  • Emergency Climbs and Descents
  • Using Radio Navigation Aids and Radar Vectoring (IR)
  • Normal Approach and Landing (with and without landing light)
  • Short Field Approach and Landing
  • Soft Field Approach and Landing

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will display an understanding of the importance of attitude control. Altitude should be controlled within +/-150 feet during level turns, and straight-and-level flight. Landing approaches should be stabilized using a constant airspeed and rate of descent to touch-down.

 

published Lesson 16 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:03:06 -0400

Lesson 16

LESSON 16
SOLO-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will review flight maneuvers, as necessary, to achieve additional proficiency.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  •        Short-Field Takeoff and Climb
  •        Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb
  •        Ground Reference Maneuvers
  •        Maneuvering During Slow Flight
  •        Power-Off Stalls (Imminent)
  •        Power-On Stalls (Imminent)
  •        Steep Turns
  •        Short-Field Approach and Landing
  •        Soft-Field Approach and Landing

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will gain added proficiency by performing each maneuver smoothly, with proper coordination.


published Lesson 15 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 15:56:30 -0400

Lesson 15

LESSON 15
DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will practice, as necessary, the maneuvers listed as review to gain proficiency and confidence. In addition, airplane control by instrument reference during emergency situations is introduced to broaden the student’s knowledge.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  •        Short-Field Takeoff and Climb
  •        Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb
  •        Power-Off Stalls (Full)
  •        Power-On Stalls (Full)
  •        Forward Slip to a Landing
  •        Short-Field Approach and Landing
  •        Soft-Field Approach and Landing

Lesson Introduction

  •        Power-Off Stalls (Imminent) (IR)
  •        Power-On Stalls (Imminent) (IR)
  •        Recovery from Unusual flight Attitudes (IR)
  •        Emergency Climbs and Descents Using Radio Navigation Aids or Radar Vectoring (IR)
  •        VOR Orientation and Tracking (VR)

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will perform takeoffs and landings smoothly, while maintaining good directional control. During short and soft field takeoffs, airspeed should be maintained at the desired airspeed, +5 -0 knots. During landings, all approaches will be stabilized, and airspeed will be within +/-5 knots of that desired. The student will also display the correct recovery techniques from unusual attitudes and should be able to initiate emergency climbs and descents by instrument reference using radio aids and radar services.


published Lesson 14 in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 15:36:52 -0400

Lesson 14

LESSON 14
DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will learn to obtain the maximum takeoff and landing performance from the training aircraft.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  •        Maneuvering During Slow Flight
  •        Flight at Slow Airspeeds with Realistic Distractions
  •        Recognition and Recovery from Stalls Entered From Straight and Level Flight and From Turns.

Lesson Introduction

  •        Short-Field Takeoff and Climb
  •        Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb
  •        Short-Field Approach and Landing
  •        Soft-Field Approach and Landing
  •        Simulated Fire in Flight

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will be able to explain what runway conditions are necessitate the use of short and soft field takeoff and landing techniques. In addition, the student will be able to demonstrate the correct procedure to be used under these conditions, although proficiency may not be at Private Pilot level.


published Lesson 12 in Private Pilot 2012-08-31 10:47:41 -0400

Lesson 12

LESSON 12
DUAL AND SOLO-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

Prior to this flight, the instructor will administer and grade a pre-solo written exam. During the dual portion of the lesson, the instructor will review takeoff and landing procedures, as necessary, to check the student’s readiness for solo flight. During the lesson, the student will fly a supervised solo flight in the local traffic pattern.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  •        Engine Starting
  •        Radio Communications
  •        Taxi
  •        Pre-Takeoff Check
  •        Normal Takeoff and Climb
  •        Traffic Pattern Operations
  •        Go-Around
  •        Normal Approach and Landing

Lesson Introduction

Supervised Solo

  •        Radio Communications
  •        Taxi
  •        Pre-Takeoff Check
  •        Normal Takeoff and Climb
  •        Traffic Pattern Operations
  •        Normal Approach and Landing
  •        Postflight Procedures

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

This lesson is complete when the student satisfactorily completes a presolo written exam and accomplishes solo flight supervised by the instructor. The student will adhere to established traffic pattern procedures and demonstrate that solo flight in the traffic pattern can be accomplished safely.


published Lesson 7 in Private Pilot 2012-08-28 15:31:23 -0400

Lesson 7

Lesson 7 Name: Ground Reference Maneuvers       Lesson 7 Type:  Regular
  Lesson Description: Flight Lesson 7
  Lesson Objectives:
  • Practice instrument flight maneuvers, takeoffs, landings, and emergency procedures
  • Review those maneuvers and procedures that appear to be difficult for the student.
  • Emphasis on ground reference maneuvers and emergency operations.
  Lesson Preflight 
Discussion:
  • Sections of FAR Parts 61 and 91 applicable to private pilots
  • Airspace rules and procedures for the airport where solo flight will be performed
  • Flight characteristics and operational limitations for the make and model of aircraft to be flown in solo flight
  Lesson Completion 
Standards:
  • Display increased proficiency and skill in instrument scan and interpretation during practice of instrument flight maneuvers.
  • Takeoffs, landings, and go-arounds should be performed without instructor assistance.
  • Emergency procedures should be accomplished with minimal assistance.
  • Ground reference maneuvers should indicate increasing proficiency and precision.
  Lesson Sub-Activities:
Review:     Radio Communications and Light Signals
Straight-and-Level Flight
Climbs and Descents
Turns
Steep Turns
Rectangular Courses
S-Turns
Turns Around a Point
Crosswind Takeoff and Climb
Forward Slips to Landing
Go-Around / Rejected Landing
Crosswind Approach and Landing
Straight-and-Level Flight
Constant Airspeed Climbs
Constant Airspeed Descents
Turns to Headings
Emergency Approach and Landing (simulated)
Systems and Equipment Malfunctions
Runway Incursion Avoidance
Constant Airspeed Climbs and Descents (VR)
Climbing and Descending Turns (VR)
Emergency Procedures / Operations
Emergency Descent

published Lesson 10 in Private Pilot 2012-08-28 15:19:29 -0400

Lesson 10

LESSON 10
DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will practice, as necessary, the maneuvers listed as review to gain proficiency and confidence.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  •        Normal/Crosswind Takeoff and Climb
  •        Radio Communications
  •        Rectangular Course
  •        S-Turns
  •        Turns Around a Point
  •        Maneuvering During Slow Flight
  •        Power-Off Stalls
  •        Power-On Stalls
  •        Forward Slip to a Landing
  •        Normal/Crosswind Approach and Landing

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The lesson is complete when the student has conducted the flight. During this lesson, the student should attempt to gain proficiency in each of the listed maneuvers.


published Lesson 11 in Private Pilot 2012-08-28 15:16:40 -0400

Lesson 11

LESSON 11
DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, The student will practice, as necessary, the maneuvers listed as review to gain proficiency and confidence.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  •        Engine Starting
  •        Use of Checklist
  •        Radio Communications
  •        Taxi
  •        Before Takeoff Check
  •        Normal Takeoff and Climb
  •        Traffic Pattern Operations
  •        Go-Around
  •        Normal Approach and Landing

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The lesson is complete when the student has conducted the flight. During this lesson, the student should attempt to gain proficiency in each of the listed maneuvers.


published Lesson 9 in Private Pilot 2012-08-28 14:10:47 -0400

Lesson 9

LESSON 9
DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will practice the listed maneuvers to gain proficiency and confidence.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  •        Normal and/or Crosswind Take-off and Climb
  •        Normal and/or Crosswind Approach and Landing

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The lesson is complete when the student has conducted the flight. During the lesson, the student will gain proficiency in each of the listed maneuvers.


published Lesson 8 in Private Pilot 2012-08-28 13:42:48 -0400

Lesson 8

Lesson 8 Name: Review       Lesson 8 Type:  Regular
  Lesson Description: Flight Lesson 8
  Equipment: Aircraft only       Dual
  Lesson Objectives:
  • Prior to this flight, the instructor will administer and grade the Presolo Written Exam and Briefing.
  • Practice the listed review maneuvers and/or procedures, including emergency operations and basic instrument maneuvers, to help the student gain proficiency and confidence.
  • Emphasis will be directed toward correction of any faulty tendencies to prepare student for the first solo.
  Lesson Preflight 
Discussion:
  • Presolo Written Exam critique
  • Presolo flight training requirements
  Lesson Completion 
Standards:
  • This lesson is complete when the student successfully passes the Presolo Written Exam with a minimum score of 80%, and the instructor has reviewed each incorrect response to ensure complete student understanding.
  • Demonstrate the ability and readiness for supervised solo flight in the traffic pattern.
  • Exhibit understanding of attitude instrument flying.
  • Indicate good understanding of local airport and airspace rules as well as systems and equipment malfunctions and related emergency procedures.
  • **Note: Flight at Slow Airspeeds with Realistic Distraction, and the Recognition and Recovery from Stalls Entered from Straight Flight and from Turns
  Lesson Sub-Activities:
Review:     Operation of Systems
Preflight Inspection
Engine Starting
Before Takeoff Check
Radio Communications and Light Signals
Traffic Patterns
Airport, Runwy, & Taxiwy Signs, Markings, & Lightg
Climbs and Descents
Turns
Steep Turns
Power-Off Stalls
Power-On Stalls
Maneuvering During Slow Flight
Flight at Slow Airspeed
Stall and Spin Awareness Training
Rectangular Courses
S-Turns
Turns Around a Point
Normal Takeoff and Climb
Crosswind Takeoff and Climb
Normal Approach and Landing
Forward Slips to Landing
Go-Around / Rejected Landing
Crosswind Approach and Landing
Straight-and-Level Flight
Turns to Headings
Emergency Approach and Landing (simulated)
Systems and Equipment Malfunctions
Collision Avoidance
Wake Turbulence Avoidance
Flight at...**See Completion Standards
Maneuvering During Slow Flight (IR)
Emergency Procedures / Operations
Emergency Descent

published Lesson 6 in Private Pilot 2012-08-28 12:44:45 -0400

Lesson 6

Lesson 6 Name: Advanced Maneuvers       Lesson 6 Type:  Regular
  Lesson Description: Flight Lesson 6
  Equipment: Aircraft only       Dual
  Lesson Objectives:
  • Practice the review maneuvers to gain proficiency.
  • Introduce go-arounds, slips, and crosswind takeoffs and landings so the student may begin to learn the procedures during varying wind conditions.
  • Review ground reference maneuvers.
  • Emphasis will be on go-arounds and any of the more advanced maneuvers that appear to be difficult for the student.
  Lesson Preflight 
Discussion:
  • Communication
  • Workload management
  • Lost communication procedures
  • Runway incursion avoidance
  Lesson Completion 
Standards:
  • Display increased proficiency in coordinated airplane attitude control.
  • Demonstrate ability to fly a specific ground track while maintaining altitude ± 200 feet.
  • Demonstrate basic understanding of how the forward slip is used for an approach to a landing.
  • Indicate knowledge of crosswind takeoff/landing procedures and go-arounds.
  Lesson Sub-Activities:
Introduce:     Radio Communications and Light Signals
Crosswind Takeoff and Climb
Forward Slips to Landing
Go-Around / Rejected Landing
Crosswind Approach and Landing
Review:     Traffic Patterns
Rectangular Courses
S-Turns
Turns Around a Point
Normal Takeoff and Climb
Normal Approach and Landing
Emergency Approach and Landing (simulated)
Wake Turbulence Avoidance
Emergency Descent

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