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Radio telephony 

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Learning objectives 
  •  After this lesson, you can pronounce the letters of the alphabet and NATO-alphabet and know the NATO-alphabet (international telephoning alphabet) by heart. (international telephoning alphabet) correctly.
  • After the lesson, you know the common phrases in radio telephony
  • After the lesson, you know the basic communication procedure for radio telephony

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Ways to communicate
  • Keep message as short as possible
  • Speak clearly
  • Write down what you are going to say in advance
  • NATO alphabet
  • Numbers
  • Prowords = procedural words
  • <C>ABCDE

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Slide 4 - Video

Who do you contact first before departure?

Slide 5 - Open vraag

What is the purpose of the Ground control?

Slide 6 - Open vraag

How many types of controllers are there, and what are their names?

Slide 7 - Open vraag

Based on the video, air traffic control is divided into three types. Name them?

Slide 8 - Open vraag

Transmitting technique

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Common phrases and terminology

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Common phrases and terminology

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Slide 12 - Video

Spelling: Learn to spell like a boss!
Have you ever watched an action film where you heard words such as : Alpha, Bravo, Charlie? This is a spelling alphabet used in international telephone traffic and used by the military. Spelling is an important skill. Sometimes when words are spelled on the phone. It is very hard to distinguish between the different sounds. To avoid mix-ups, we use this Telephoning/NATO Alphabet. In British English, you have to use this alphabet, as follows:
 “A for Alpha”, B for Bravo, etc …

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

NATO - Alphabet

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The Nato-alphabet is internationally used to spell words.
Prior to WW1, this alphabet was created to support long distance communications!

Communication took place in the form of spelling. For example, if the message was: Twente 
Then the following must happen:
Tango- Whiskey- Sierra - Tango

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

When was the NATO alphabet created?

Slide 16 - Quizvraag

Why was it created? What was its purpose?
It was developed to send hidden messages behind enemy lines
It was developed to improve communication on low-quality and long-distance telephone circuits.

Slide 17 - Quizvraag

                                                  Nato- alphabet 
A - Alpha       G - Golf      M - Mike              S - Sierra        Y - Yankee
B - Bravo       H - Hotel   N - November  T - Tango        Z - Zulu
C - Charlie     I - India     O - Oscar            U - Uniform
D - Delta        J - Juliet    P - Papa              V - Victor
E - Echo         K - Kilo       Q - Quebec       W - Whiskey
F - Foxtrot     L - Lima     R - Romeo         X - X-ray

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Name some example of where they use NATO-ALPHABET

Slide 19 - Woordweb


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Exercise 1- Military Alphabet
What do you know about the Nato Alphabet?

  • Exercise 1: Write down the words for each letter of the alphabet


Slide 21 - Tekstslide

Let's practice 
In the following exercise, we're going to slowly practice the use of NATO alphabet, and it is going to be divided in levels.
  • Easy mode
  • Normal mode
  • Hard mode

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Slide 24 - Video

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Slide 26 - Video

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Slide 28 - Video

Which ship do you mean?

- Form pairs
- One of you picks a ship from the list on the screen
- Spell the type of ship using the NATO spelling alphabet. 
- The partner listens, lets you finish spelling, and then confirms which ship you spelled.
- Switch turns, spell at least 3 ship types each.
- Done? Try playing the game with drone names. Spell it for your partner to decipher. Those with most points win! 


Slide 29 - Tekstslide

Listening exercise - NATO
Click on the link in the following slide and 
log in to EdPuzzle to complete the listening exercise.

To easily log in to EdPuzzle, use your Gmail account and put your first and last name

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Slide 31 - Link

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