Subject: Rifle Shooting MB
1. Topic-
Rifle Use Later in Life
2. Content-
Gun and Hunting Laws in CT
Hunting and Conservation
Buying a Rifle
Shooting Sports Activities
Sources for Extra Information
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Scouts will learn the laws governing firearms in CT.
2. Scouts will learn what effect hunting has on the environment.
3. Scouts will learn how to purchase a rifle wisely.
4. Scouts will learn about other shooting sports opportunities.
5. Scouts will learn how to gain extra information if they want it.
4. Objectives-
Requirements: 1d-g,i & 2j
5. Materials and Aids-
Whiteboard and accessories
Copy of Hunting and Firearm Laws for CT
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Ask about lunch, their day, and safety rules.

B. Development-

1. Discuss the laws.
2. Discuss hunting and the environment.
3. Discuss the purchase of a rifle.
4. Discuss the other shooting sports opportunities.
5. Provide Scouts with sources to further information.

C. Practice-


D. Independent Practice-

Scouts should read the following sections for review of today's lesson:
1. "Olympic Games and Shooting"
2. "Choosing a Rifle"
3. "Conservation and Hunting"
4. "What's Next?"
5. "Resources"

And Scouts should look over the book in preparation for the test.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Peer help and/or closer instruction if necessary.

F. Checking for understanding-

Ask questions periodically throughout lesson to test retention.

G. Closure-

Remind each Scout of why they're here.

**Remind any Scouts that need qualifiers that tomorrow is the last day and that qualifiers earned during free-shoot count.**
7. Evaluation-
1. Did Scouts learn about the rifle's place later on in life?

2. Did Scouts have fun?

**Answer in Reflections**

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