Diagram sheets (fig. 9-2) provide students with illustrative material or with material to
support other instruction sheets.
They provide the student with a diagram, schematic, or
illustration to eliminate the need for the student to copy such information during the lesson.
Information sheets (fig. 9-3) provide information related to subject matter contained in texts
or references required for the course but not readily available to students. Each information
sheet contains three sections: the introduction, references, and information.
The introduction provides a general explanation of how or why an understanding of the
covered material benefits the students.
The references section consists of a listing of all publications used to develop the information.
Each reference fully identifies the document by number, volume, part, and complete title, as
The information section is written to a level consistent with the course content. Reference
is made to information in technical manuals or other approved publications.
Job sheets (fig. 9-4) direct the students in the step-by-step performance of a practical task they
will encounter in their job assignment. Job sheets provide a means for students to apply the
knowledge they obtain during instruction through the use of technical documentation in
performing the task just as they would on the job. The job sheet is made up of four sections:
the introduction, required equipment, references, and job steps.