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SPECIAL LESSON PLANS: GASOLINE ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV ALEXANDRIA VA HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH OFFICE
This memorandum contains a series of special lesson plans for providing integrated nomenclature and operation instruction on the gasoline engine fuel system. These plans were developed as part of a program of research, Task LIMIT, which is concerned with technical training for regular Army enlisted personnel with limited capabilities, and are intended for use by persons concerned with gasoline engine maintenance training. These plans may be used in providing such instruction or as a model in developing lessons for similar subject areas. Included are five lesson plans on nomenclature and operation of the fuel system, a plan which condenses three of these hours, and one lesson plan on trouble shooting and maintenance. Furnished as a guide for testing student achievement are three objective paper-and-pencil tests a Fuel System Nomenclature and Operation Test, a Fuel System Trouble Shooting and Maintenance Test, and a Carburetor and Operation Test. Author