CFII Plan Of Action Template

I. FUNDAMENTALS OF INSTRUCTING
A. Learning Process
B. Human Behavior and Effective Communication
C. Teaching Process
D. Teaching Methods
E. Critique and Evaluation
F. Flight Instructor Characteristics and Responsibilities
G. Planning Instructional Activity

II. TECHNICAL SUBJECT AREAS
A. Aircraft Flight Instruments and Navigation Equipment
B. Aeromedical Factors
C. Regulations and Publications Related to IFR Operations
D. Logbook Entries Related to Instrument Instruction

III. PREFLIGHT PREPARATION
A. Weather Information
B. Cross-Country Flight Planning
C. Instrument Cockpit Check

IV. PREFLIGHT LESSON ON A MANEUVER TO BE PERFORMED IN FLIGHT
A. Maneuver Lesson

V. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CLEARANCES AND PROCEDURES
A. Air Traffic Control Clearances
B. Compliance With Departure, En Route, and Arrival Procedures and Clearances

VI. FLIGHT BY REFERENCE TO INSTRUMENTS
A. Straight-and-Level Flight
B. Turns
C. Change of Airspeed in Straight-and-Level and Turning Flight
D. Constant Airspeed Climbs and Descents
E. Constant Rate Climbs and Descents
F. Timed Turns to Magnetic Compass Headings
G. Steep Turns
H. Recovery From Unusual Flight Attitudes

VII. NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
A. Intercepting and Tracking Navigational Systems and DME Arcs
B. Holding Procedures

VIII. INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES
A. Nonprecision Instrument Approach
B. Precision Instrument Approach
C. Missed Approach
D. Circling Approach (Airplane)
E. Landing From a Straight-In Approach

IX. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
A Loss of Communications
B. Approach With Loss of Primary Flight Instrument Indicators
C. Engine Failure During Straight-and-Level Flight and Turns
D. Instrument Approach—One Engine Inoperative

X. POSTFLIGHT PROCEDURES
A. Checking Instruments and Equipment

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