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Content Area: Blood Pressure

Kayla & Cam

Previously Covered Material Link:

Overarching Seminar Behavioral Objectives and Life Skill(s)


Cognitive After attending the 8 day seminar, clients will recognize symptoms of high blood pressure and be knowledgeable on ways to
lower it by implementing a healthy diet and exercise program into their day to day lives.
Psychomotor After attending the 8 day seminar, clients will gain the knowledge needed of healthy blood pressure levels by practicing
taking blood pressure and being able to decipher what the numbers mean and how to lower them if need be.
Affective After attending the 8 day seminar, the clients will be able to promote healthy blood pressure. They will do this by practicing
proper nutrition and exercise habits as a way to keep a healthy blood pressure; ideally being a role model for others.

Life Skill Basic understanding of blood pressure and how to keep/get it to a healthy level

Day 1 - Together
Intro: Introduction to
blood pressure-What is
it? (Handout)
Activity 1: Fact or
Fiction- We will have 5
statements; the class
must determine whether
each is fact or fiction
based on basic
knowledge. If fiction,
alter to make fact.
Activity 2: Why is blood
pressure important? (1)
(PowerPoint w/ handout)
Closure: Exit Ticket-

Day 2 Kayla
Intro: Categories
(Hypertensive, prehypertensive, normal)
Students find other group
members based on the
word they receive when
entering seminar.
Activity 1: (PowerPoint
w/ handout)-Basic
understanding of the
numbers, categories, and
diagnosis (1)
Activity 2: Jeopardy
Style Game- More indepth information on the

Day 3 Cam
Intro: What is
High Cholesterol?
(Handout &
Discussion)
Activity 1:
Lifestyle choices
to getting high BP
(PowerPoint &
lecture) (7)
Activity 2:
Virtual Trip to
store.
(PowerPoint,
discussion, &
lecture) (5)

Day 4 - Together
Intro: Lifestyle changes to lower blood
pressure. True or false quiz, discussed in
class. (2)
Activity 1: Benefits (Small group
discussion, share with class)
Activity 2: Fact or Fiction (5) We will
have 5 statements; the class must
determine whether each is fact or fiction
based on basic knowledge. If fiction,
alter to make fact.
Closure: Exit Ticket-3,2,1
(Handout turned in before exiting. Over
Assessing knowledge in ways of
lowering blood pressure and the benefits
of doing so.)

Day 5 - Together
Intro: Symptoms and
medications (Handout)
Activity 1: Fact or Fiction
(5) We will have 5
statements; the class must
determine whether each is
fact or fiction based on
basic knowledge. If
fiction, alter to make fact.
Activity 2: Holistic
Approach- Acupuncture
and herbal therapies,
Video w/ handout to
follow along (3)
http://articles.mercola.com

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3,2,1 (handout, turned in
before exiting. Over
basic knowledge of
blood pressure &
vocabulary)

Mosers Lower it and


Live Longer:
http://www.hyper
tensionfoundation.org/
pdinfo/hbp_booklet.pdf

numbers, categories, and


diagnosis (4)
Closure: Exit Ticket3,2,1
(handout, turned in before
exiting
NHES
Standards Addressed 1,
4

NHES Standards
Addressed 1

Closure: Exit
Ticket-3,2,1
(Handout turned
in before exiting.
Over Assessing
the lifestyle
choices and risk
factors pertaining
to a high blood
pressure.)

Kayla & Cam

Mosers Lower it and Live Longer:


http://www.hyper
tensionfoundation.org/
pdinfo/hbp_booklet.pdf

NHES
Standards Addressed 2,5

/sites/articles/archive/2010
/10/08/discover-the-secretto-lowering-your-bloodpressure-in-15minutes.aspx - Day 5
Closure: Exit Ticket-3,2,1
(Handout turned in before
exiting. Over - Assessing
awareness of symptoms
and different types/ forms
of medication.)

Mosers Lower it and Live


Longer: http://www.hyper
tensionfoundation.org
/pdinfo/hbp_booklet.pdf

NHES
Standards
Addressed 5, 7

NHES
Standards Addressed 3,
5
Day 6 Together
Intro: How to take BP
(Demonstration)
Activity 1: How to read
BP and what the
numbers read,
PowerPoint &
demonstration. (7)

Day 7 Together
Intro: Blood Pressure
around the World, Video
on different cultures and
their health habits. (2)
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=qrGBZY2686Y
Activity 1: Myths about

Day 8- Together
Intro: Review on
BP (Postassessment
handout) (1)
Activity 1: Guest
Speaker (Lecture
& discussion,

Day 9
http://bloodpressureproject.weebly.com
/

Day10

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Activity 2: Practice
(Small groups)
Closure: Exit Ticket3,2,1
(Handout turned in
before exiting. Over the
procedures necessary in
taking and reading blood
pressure.)
Mosers Lower it and
Live Longer:
http://www.hyper
tensionfoundation.org
/pdinfo/hbp_booklet.pdf
NHES
Standards Addressed 7

BP (Small group handout,


have to figure out if myth
is true of false, make true
if false) (5)
Activity 2: Fact or
Fiction - We will have 5
statements; the class must
determine whether each is
fact or fiction based on
basic knowledge. If
fiction, alter to make fact.
Closure: Exit Ticket3,2,1
(Handout turned in before
exiting. Over awareness
for how peoples
lifestyles affect blood
pressure in other
cultures.)

Kayla & Cam

each student has


to ask speaker 1
question. (7)
Activity 2: Post
Assessment Quiz
(Handout)
Closure: Exit
Ticket-3,2,1
(Handout turned
in before exiting.
Over the ability to
relate real life
with material
learned during the
previous seminar
classes.)
NHES
Standards
Addressed 1,7

NHES
Standards Addressed 2,
5

Research and Data


Resources:

http://www.cdc.gov/workplacehealthpromotion/implementation/topics/blood-pressure.html
http://www.heart.org/idc/groups/heartpublic/@wcm/@hcm/documents/downloadable/ucm_305157.pdf
https://www.heart.org/idc/groups/heart-

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Materials List:
instructor and client
materials needed
Differentiation for
varied abilities
Infusion of
Multicultural
materials
Gender Specific or
Gender Neutral
Seminar Assessment
Plan
Pre-assessment
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3

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public/@wcm/@hcm/documents/downloadable/ucm_300310.pdf
http://www.cdc.gov/bloodpressure/docs/consumered_hbp.pdf
http://www.ash-us.org/documents/bloodpressurehealthenglish.pdf
http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/public/heart/hbp_low.pdf
http://www.hypertensionfoundation.org/pdinfo/hbp_booklet.pdf
Sandy Andrews, RD, CDE: Guest Speaker from Southwest Health Center, Platteville, WI
Day 8
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/10/08/discover-the-secret-tolowering-your-blood-pressure-in-15-minutes.aspx - Day 5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrGBZY2686Y Day 8
http://bloodpressureproject.weebly.com/

Blood Pressure cuff, stethoscope, computer, projector, screen, handouts, PowerPoints, PDF Mosers: Lower it and
Live Longer
Different ways to take BP, how to take it by yourself, methods: basic cuff and stethoscope or even machine for those
with special needs, home blood pressure tests
Blood Pressure around the world- We will compare other cultures blood pressures. (What countries high blood
pressure is most common, what countries dont have as big of an issue with blood pressure, the whys?)
Gender neutral- There is no difference between blood pressure among men and women.

Please identify formative and summative assessments used


We will have a pre-assessment handout: Basic knowledge on blood pressure, knowledge of vocab
3,2,1 handout: Introduction to blood pressure - Assessing basic knowledge of blood pressure &
vocabulary
3,2,1 handout: Categories and Diagnosis Assessing the differentiation of blood pressure
categories, numbers, and diagnosis.
3,2,1 handout: Lifestyle choices/Risk Factors - Assessing the lifestyle choices and risk factors

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1,4
5, 7

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Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7
Day 8
Post-assessment

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pertaining to a high blood pressure.


3,2,1 handout: Lifestyle changes and benefits- Assessing knowledge in ways of lowering blood
pressure and the benefits of doing so.
3,2,1 handout: Symptoms and medications- Assessing awareness of symptoms and different types/
forms of medication.
3,2,1 handout: Reading and taking blood pressure Practicing the procedures necessary in
taking and reading blood pressure.
3,2,1 handout: Blood pressure around the world Assessing awareness for how peoples lifestyles
effect blood pressure in other cultures.
3,2,1 handout: On overall seminar and guest speaker Assessing the ability to relate real life with
material learned during the previous seminar classes..
We will give them the same handout they did for pre-assessment. This will not only tell if they
learned and retained the information but whether we were able to teach them what we wanted to,
as well

2, 5
3, 5
7
2, 5
1, 8
4

Instructor Reflection
1. How will your clients be productively engaged in the development of the identified life skill?
Response: We will have a Web Quest (www.bloodpressureproject.weebly.com), where they will write a letter to a family or friend who is
battling high blood pressure. This will give them the opportunity to use the knowledge they have learned in the seminar and apply it to a
real world situation.

2. What informal assessment activities are planned as a formative measure to check for understanding of either content or life skills?
Response: The informal assessment will come from the virtual trip to the grocery store. By them telling us what items they would purchase
will tell us if they have learned what we wanted them to.

3. What formal assessment activities are planned as a summative measure of the seminar objectives?
Response: The formal assessment will also come from the WebQuest letter. The letter will tell us whether or not they are using the resources
we have provided and whether or not they are able to use them and apply them to a real life situation.

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4. Describe why you selected the instructional materials you have included in this particular unit?
Response: The projector, screen, computer, and PowerPoint program: These materials will be used to provide our clients with introductory
information. This will help them follow along and will aide those who are visual and audio learners.
The handouts: We chose these so we can provide our clients with lifelong information that they can keep and refer back to at a later point.
PDF Mosers: Lower it and Live Longer: We chose this because it is a helpful book tool for our clients to refer to. We were able to find it
online in a PDF form which we liked because then our clients dont have to purchase it.
Jeopardy Game: We chose this so our clients would have fun with the topic discussed as well as learn and be engaged.
Exit Ticket: Our 3,2,1 Exit Ticket is something we thought could assess if they were able to learn what we wanted them to. This allows us to
assess our presentation, whether our information was unclear or too bland.