Develop a 1,500 -1700 word lesson plan for an education program that is intended for a particular target audience.

Develop a 1,500 -1700 word lesson plan for an education program that is intended for a particular target audience. Include the following: Identification of the audience, educational need, and rationale Goals and learner outcomes for the lesson Learning objectives Identification of the instructional design model, learner characteristics, learning theory, and other applicable characteristics Completion of a detailed content outline Instructional methods to be used for delivery (provide details — do not just list) Instructional materials and resources to be used, such as articles, videos, or handouts (provide details and appropriate links or citations) Identification of evaluation methods (provide details — how will you carry out the evaluation…what type of method, timing, etc.) Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. Example of outline: Attached you will find a prototype/example of how you can set up your lesson plan format. you can either do it in the grid or you can use headings and format it like a paper. Either way works. Make sure you scroll all the way down….the top part is an overview….further down is a lesson plan. This is actually a 2 column set up….that doesn’t show up when I post. Name Introduction to Professional Nursing Instructional goals Upon completion of the course, the student will Define the characteristics that a nursing professional should portray in their practice Develop a broader understanding of what the expectations are as a professional BSN prepared nurse Be able to apply Biblical principles learned in previous courses into nursing practice as evidence of a personal biblical worldview Have a deeper appreciation for cultural diversity as evidenced by a sensitivity in communication with and planning care for patients from diverse backgrounds Be able to differentiate among the various type of theories Evidence an understanding of critical thinking by implementing the nursing process to scenarios Identify tools that can be used to effectively manage conflict/confrontation Develop a personal philosophy of nursing Standards As a Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) accredited institution, we use the BSN Essentials as the industry standard for our nursing program. These BSN Essentials reflect the behaviors and competencies that a BSN prepared nurse should inculcate upon completion of the program. ANA Code of Ethics provide a framework for safe patient care and professional behavior of the nurse. Program length 32 instructional hours Delivery method Lecture, simulation, role-playing, group work Number of units Three Number of lessons in each unit Varies, see below Topics of lessons Unit 1: Overview and Biblical Worldview Lesson 1-2: Overview and Introduction of basic concepts for Introduction to Professional Lesson 3-5: Biblical Worldview: Called to Care Unit 2: Professional Roles and Behaviors Lesson 6-7: Professional Role/Characteristics Lesson 8-10: Professional Behavior Lesson 11-13: Behaviors Violating Professionalism Unit 3: Culture, Communication, and Conflict Management Lesson 14-15: Culture Lesson 16-18: Communication Lesson 19-20: Confrontation and Conflict Unit 4: Time Management, Critical Thinking, and Nursing Theory Lesson 21-23: Personal Time Management Lesson 24-26: Critical Thinking and the Nursing Process Lesson 27-28: Theories and Nursing Theory Lesson 29-30: A Biblical Worldview of Theory Unit 5: Debriefing and Summary Lesson 31-32: Review of Expected Professional Behaviors and Development of Personal Philosophy Assessment plan Each unit will conclude with some form of a summative assessment. Assessments, such as quizzes, role-playing, simulation, journaling, critiques, and paper, will be included throughout the course to evaluate the students understanding and comprehension of concepts presented. Feedback provided by the faculty will be completed on assessments will allow the students to continue to develop their understanding of the concepts as they build on one another. Faculty evaluation by the student at the end of the semester, which will then be used to fine-tune the content and effectiveness of the teaching modality. Lesson Design Unit 1: Lesson 1-2 Lesson Topic Overview and Introduction of basic concepts for Introduction to Professional Lesson Length Two hours Lesson Objectives The student will Recall on a quiz the due dates of assignments to be completed throughout Introduction to Professional Nursing Competency: This is a general objective related to content of the course as the topic of the first week includes an overview of assignments and is not related to any standards within the BSN Essentials. List four characteristics of nursing as a profession in a one-minute paper Compare and contrast the three characteristics of nursing to another profession (role) in a one-minute paper Competency: BSN Essential VIII – Professionalism and Professional Values – It is an imperative that the nurse understand professionalism and the inherent values fundamental to the discipline of nursing Define three terms related to characteristics of the nursing profession on a class quiz Competency: BSN Essential VIII – Professionalism and Professional Values – It is an imperative that the nurse understand professionalism and the inherent values fundamental to the discipline of nursing Instructional Strategies and Activities Lecture: Lecture related to requirements/expectations, terms related to the nursing profession, and characteristics of what comprises a professional nurse Rationale: General information provided in a lecture type of format with handouts will allow the student to hear expectations and visually follow along with content provided. The information shared in this format will include the Overview of the coursework and expectations. Jeopardy: Provide a jeopardy game board with requirements/expectations for the course, terms related to the nursing profession, and characteristics of what comprises a professional nurse Rationale: Completing an activity following lecture reinforces information provided. Media Analysis Assignment states that we do not have to include this at this time. Assessment Plan At the beginning of Lesson 3, the student will complete a one-minute paper following these guidelines: Using as many of the terms and descriptive characteristics from Lesson 1 and 2, complete a one-minute paper (columns) differentiating between what comprises a nurse’s characteristics (expected) to that of a plumber. The topic I would like to choose is diabetes.

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