Week 2 Project Overview Developing an Instructional Unit This project will help you focus on the important concepts presented throughout the course. For this project, you will be expected to develop three lesson plans as part of an instructional unit on a subject of your choice focusing on one disease. The project will contain one […]
This lesson seeks to help children who have been diagnosed with cholera regarding the role of hygiene in maintaining health and managing their condition. Participants in the lesson include children of both genders diagnosed with cholera and currently receiving institutionalized care. The students should be between 5 and 10 years old with reading and writing skills and the ability to engage in class discussions constructively.
The lesson seeks to help learners understand the role of hygiene in maintaining health and avoiding cholera and other infections. While multiple health conditions result from poor personal hygiene, it is important to educate children regarding the benefits of hygiene to equip them with sufficient skills to overcome such conditions. For example, cholera occurs and spreads in places with inadequate water treatment, poor sanitation, and inadequate hygiene (Deen et al., 2020, p. 31). It is, therefore, important to teach young cholera patients about the importance of maintaining good personal hygiene to avoid recurrent cholera infections and other health issues related to poor hygiene. The lesson also seeks to boost the learners’ cognitive development by engaging them in assessment tests and class discussions. According to Vandenbroucke et al. (2018), engaging children in various class activities improves their ability to think critically about different issues and make informed decisions. As such, the lesson will help students develop analytical skills to draw informed judgments through observation and analysis.
The main objective of this lesson is to raise students’ awareness regarding hygiene and establish their understanding of the potential health conditions that may result from inefficient body and environmental hygiene. By the end of the lesson, learners should be able to define ‘hygiene’, explain why having good personal hygiene is important, and explain how a person can maintain good personal hygiene.
Behavioural objectives of the lesson include building on the learners’ basic knowledge and comprehension of personal hygiene to avoid cholera and other health conditions. By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to create a plan for good personal hygiene. The lesson will include two 30 minutes sessions.
The lesion seeks to help family members identify proper home sanitation and hygiene to effectively utilize various cholera management practices to keep their loved ones safe from the disease. It will include individuals who have come from families that have reported recurrent cases of cholera infections among one or more members. The lesson will provide learners with information regarding ways to promote adequate sanitation and hygiene at home to mitigate the vulnerability of their loved ones to cholera.
Cholera is observed to result from poor sanitation and hygiene. Despite the application of multiple public health initiatives to curtail the infection rate of cholera, it continues to pose a major health issue among many communities. The ineffectiveness of public health initiatives is observed to be caused by a failure to replicate the recommended hygiene and sanitation guidelines at a family level. According to Nayyar and Privor-Dumm (2020), many families engage in unhealthy practices, such as the consumption of untreated water and poor personal hygiene among members, which results in continued exposure to the disease. For this reason, it is important to provide families with information regarding how they can avoid cholera infections by maintaining good sanitation and hygiene.
The lesson seeks to equip learners with sufficient knowledge to develop effective sanitation and hygiene plans for families to keep them safe from cholera and other infectious diseases. By the end of the lesson, each learner should demonstrate a sufficient understanding of practices that ensure oral, physical, and environmental hygiene. Learners will also be equipped with knowledge regarding complementary management practices that are applied alongside proper sanitation to reduce the prevalence of cholera in society.
Behavioural objectives of the lesson include helping families that have experienced repetitive cases of cholera infection to adopt good sanitation and other management practices. Learners who demonstrate a lack of understanding of the common causes and management strategies for cholera will be equipped with sufficient details by the end of the lesson. The learners will also be equipped with sufficient knowledge to identify health risk factors in society to ensure effective collaboration with healthcare providers in the fight against cholera. The lesson will comprise two one-hour sittings, each of which will be held during two consecutive weekly family therapy sessions.
This lesson seeks to equip primary care providers with skills to develop and implement community-based cholera management strategies. It also aims at enhancing caregivers’ capacity to collaborate with members of the public in the fight against cholera. The lesson will include members of staff in primary care who are involved in the process of implementing community-based health standards to keep society safe from various health risk factors. It will also include other stakeholders in the health system who wish to develop skills to help the community address risk factors that increase the prevalence of cholera.
Healthcare organizations are tasked with the duty of implementing health policies developed by the government to support community health and development. Such initiatives include addressing health risk factors that increase the prevalence of various diseases in the community. While cholera remains a critical public health issue, it is important to equip healthcare service providers with knowledge and skills to effectively implement community-based health policies and reduce the vulnerability of different groups to diseases. Such strategies include sensitizing members of the public regarding risk factors that may expose them to cholera and other diseases (Das et al., 2020, p. 167). They could also include direct participation in public health initiatives and interaction with individual members of society. Therefore, this lesson seeks to equip healthcare service providers with skills to adequately implement public health policies that address the prevalence of cholera in society.
The lesson aims at providing caregivers with sufficient skills to mobilize the efforts of members of the public in the fight against cholera. Learners will be provided with information regarding various policies that have been developed to promote the community’s resilience to cholera. They will also be introduced to concepts and practices that ensure effective collaboration between health services providers and members of society in implementing public health guidelines. By the end of the lesson, each learner will have developed sufficient capacity to implement community-based strategies for cholera management and prevention.
Behavioural objectives of the lesson include increasing therapists’ understanding of various techniques that support interaction between healthcare providers and members of society. Learners will also gain the capacity to spearhead the fight against cholera by introducing strong relationships with members of the public and assessing their health needs. The lesson will comprise a single organization-based session in which learners receive class-based instructions and assessments.
Vandenbroucke, L., Spilt, J., Verschueren, K., Piccinin, C., & Baeyens, D. (2018). The classroom as a developmental context for cognitive development: A meta-analysis on the importance of teacher-student interactions for children’s executive functions. Review of Educational Research, 88(1), 125-164. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.3102/0034654317743200
Deen, J., Mengel, M. A., & Clemens, J. D. (2020). Epidemiology of cholera. Vaccine, 38, 31-40. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X19309995
Nayyar, A., & Privor-Dumm, L. (2020). Cholera control and prevention: Role of evidence-based advocacy and communications. Vaccine, 38, A178-A180. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X19308047
Das, M., Singh, H., Kumar, C. G., John, D., Panda, S., & Mehendale, S. M. (2020). Non-vaccine strategies for cholera prevention and control: India’s preparedness for the global roadmap. Vaccine, 38, 167-174. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X19310497
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