Community Teaching Plan & Evaluation

After reviewing Module 5: Lecture Materials & Resources, explain approaches to community intervention and evaluation. Implement a teaching and evaluation plan

Mod 5 Assignment



Community Teaching Plan & Evaluation

After reviewing 

Module 5: Lecture Materials & Resources
, explain approaches to community intervention and evaluation. Implement a teaching and evaluation plan.

1. Choose one topic from the prevention strategies and intervention recommendations identified in 

Module 4 Assignment

2. Develop a teaching plan, including objective, content outline, teaching method, and time in a table format found in slide 3 of the 


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3. Develop an evaluation plan for your teaching intervention and create a tool for feedback from your learners. Be sure to include the questionnaire and any other teaching tools within the powerpoint presentation for faculty analysis.

4. Implement the teaching plan and evaluation during Visit 5 of your clinical experience.

5. Summarize the outcomes of your teaching plan and evaluation based on the results from the questionnaires.

(POWERPOINT)Submission Instructions:

· The powerpoint presentation is to be clear and concise and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation and misspelling.

· Incorporate a minimum of 3 current (published within the last five years) scholarly journal articles or primary legal sources (statutes, court opinions) within your work. Journal articles and books should be referenced according to APA style (the library has a copy of the APA Manual).

· Your paper should be formatted per APA and references should be current (published within last five years) scholarly journal articles or primary legal sources (statutes, court opinions)


Grading Rubric 

Your assignment will be graded according to the grading rubric.


Presentation Rubric

Presentation Rubric




This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIdentification of Main Issues/Problems



You are teaching your client from module 4: the family.

If the family assessment indicated that they needed to be taught about Diabetes, then that is your topic for this assignment.

If they have communication issues, then you teach about effective communication.


Teaching plan

Teaching Method Time Objective Outline Evaluation Outcome
Is the teaching method a lecture, discussion, role play, pamphlet, etc. How long will it take? Specify skills or the information that will be taught. What is the necessary information needed in the teaching? Method of evaluation to see if they learned the content.
Example: questionnaire.
Did they learn?


This is where the objective and outline of your teaching plan is implemented.

These are the slides that teach the family.

This section should be between 4 and 7 slides.


It could be a





Did the family learn what they were supposed to learn?

This section should be 1 or 2 slides.

Outcome / Conclusion


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By Jessica C. Barnett and Marina S. Vornovitsky

Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2015
Current Population Reports

Jessica C. Barnett and Marina S. Vornovitsky, Chief of the Health and Disability
Statistics Branch, prepared this report. Jennifer Cheeseman Day, Assistant
Division Chief for Employment Characteristics in the Social, Economic, and Housing
Statistics Division, provided overall direction.

David L. Watt and Susan S. Gajewski, Demographic Surveys Division, and
Tim J. Marshall and Lisa Cheok, Associate Directorate Demographic Programs,
processed the Current Population Survey 2016 Annual Social and Economic
Supplement file. Kirk E. Davis, Raymond Dowdy, Shawna Evers,
Ryan C. Fung, Chandararith R. Phe, and Tiffani Whaley programmed
and produced the detailed and publication tables under the direction of
Hung X. Pham, Chief of the Tabulation and Applications Branch.

Victoria Velkoff, acting Chief of the American Community Survey Office, and
Deborah M. Stempowski, former Chief of the American Community Survey
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Community Survey. Jennifer W. Reichert, Judy G. Belton, Nicole Butler,
Donna M. Daily, and Dameka M. Reese of the American Community Survey
Office oversaw the data collection, including content, group quarters, and self-
response. Kenneth B. Dawson, Gail M. Denby, and Arumugam Sutha of the
Decennial Information Technology Division directed the edit and processing tasks
for the 2015 1-Year American Community Survey file.

Jamie Choi, under the supervision of David V. Hornick, both of the
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Sirius C. Fuller, under the supervision of Karen E. King, both of the
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Lisa Clement, Survey Director of the Current Population Survey, provided
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Associate Directorate Demographic Programs, and Roberto Picha, Agatha Jung,
and Johanna Rupp of the Information Technology Directorate prepared and
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Alexandra Cockerham and Linda Orsini prepared the maps under the direction
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