The introduction clearly and concisely describes the purpose of the job sheet and explains
what benefits students can expect.
The equipment section provides a complete listing of all equipment the students needs to
accomplish the job.
The references section lists all publications students need to perform the job step portion.
Each reference is identified by title, number, volume, and part, as applicable.
The job steps list step-by-step procedures for performing a job. Self-test questions provide
students with a self-evaluation of their performance or comprehension of that job step.
Problem sheets (fig. 9-5) present practical problems requiring analysis and decision making
similar to those encountered on the job. The problem sheet is an effective means of emphasizing
the fundamentals of logical thinking.
It is also an effective way to help students learn to
problem solve and to help them gain practice in applying their knowledge to practical situations.
Each sheet provides a clear statement of the problem, the conditions and parameters affecting
the problem, and the directions and procedures for the solution to the problem.
Outline sheets (fig. 9-6) provide an outline of the major discussion points of the topic. The
outline sheet allows students to follow the progress of a topic.