|Subject||A Lesson Plan||Pages||9||Style||APA|
Course Project—Part 2
Instructional Unit: Goals, Objectives, and the Teaching Plans
This week you will submit your instructional unit, which should include three lesson plans: one focused on patient education, one on family education, and one on staff development. Remember, your plans should demonstrate a logical approach to teaching, communicate what is to be taught and how, and outline how objectives are to be evaluated.
Building on the work that you started on Management of Breast Cancer, for all three groups of learners:
Write several broad instructional goals for the educational experience.
Write several behavioral objectives based on Bloom’s taxonomy.
Describe the lesson content.
Provide a sequence for teaching activities.
Describe instructional methods.
Indicate time allotted for each activity.
Identify and describe the instructional resources (materials, tools, etc.) and technology to be used.
Describe how the learning will be evaluated.
A lesson plan is simply a clear description of the intentions of a teacher or tutor. It describes everything which the mentioned experts intend to pass to their listeners as well as the strategies to use to achieve their goals effectively. A good lesson plan also gives a clear description or indication of the objectives of the tutors. Without objectives, a reliable lesson plan cannot be established effectively. In this paper, a lesson plan is established regarding patient education, family education, and staff development while focusing on the management of breast cancer. Tutors and their supervisors are common users of lessons plans.
Patients are the direct victims of an infection or a disease. Considering that we are dealing with breast cancer, it is clear that the patients are mainly female. In this case, we focus on a group of 5 patients who have lung cancer. The patients are middle-aged and belong to different classes in the society, that is, the lower social class, the middle social class, and the upper social class. They are also of different ages to ensure that education is not biased at all.
Title in question
The education of patients
Several things are put into consideration to ensure that patients learn effectively. Continuous assessment tests are offered to patients after the end of each unit. Group works are also incorporated. Home works are also important in this aspect. Angelo and Cross suggest that to ensure that learner assessment is as effective as possible, learners should be exposed to regular tests. The tests do not necessarily have to be those given to individual learners. The tests can be administered to learning groups whereby the learners are classified and subjected to tests as a group rather than as individuals. Apart from that, Angelo and Cross also suggested that the best way through which assessments can be done is through the administering of Continuous Assessment Tests at the end of each learning topic (Angelo and Cross, 2012). The difference in ages among the learners means that the tests they are exposed to should be friendly and considering.
Basic teach lesson
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Huba, M. E., & Freed, J. E. (2000). Learner-centered assessment on college campuses: Shifting the focus from teaching to learning. Allyn & Bacon, 160 Gould St., Needham Heights, MA 02494.