TEACHING PLAN: ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION I.

TOPIC : Proper Garbage Disposal GOAL : The people in the community will be able to gain knowledge regarding the proper waste disposal. VENUE : Basketball Court Block 28 Phase 4 NHA, Southville 3, Brgy. Poblacion, Muntinlupa City PARTICIPANTS : Interviewed families in Southville 3, NHA, Phase 4, Blocks 7 and 2 LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of 30 minutes healthteaching, the community people will be able to: 1. define proper waste disposal. 2. enumerate and practice the proper ways of garbage disposal. 3. practice waste segregation. 4. give examples of garbage that can be recycled. 5. utilize 4R in waste disposal. CONTENT I. Definition of Words II. Importance of Proper Garbage Disposal III. Effects of Improper Waste Disposal IV. Diseases related to Improper Waste Disposal V. Different Ways of Proper Garbage Disposal METHODOLOGY Community healthteaching (roleplay) with leaflets/pamphlets TIME FRAME 30 minutes RESOURCES I. MATERIALS - Cartolinas - Sound System - Posters - Pamphlets - Writing Materials II. MANPOWER - Head of Peace and Order - BSN 4-K, Groups 1 and 2 - Members of the Community III.GROUP FUND PERSONS RESPONSIBLE • • EVALUATION

BSN 4K, Goal Met. At the Group 1 and 2 end of the health teaching, the Lecturers: Community people of Mallari, National Housing Eliza Authority: Marasigan, Blocks 7 and 27 became more Beatrice knowledgeable when it comes to Manaog, proper garbage Jhiezellie disposal as evidenced by the result of the Evaluation forms accomplished by the community members.

Muntinlupa City PARTICIPANTS : Interviewed families in Southville 3. Jennivie . responded they Eliza have understood Marasigan. Michael EVALUATION LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of the health teaching. Phase 4. the community will be able to: • Identify factors causing presence of pests. Brgy. Causes and effects of pest occurrence in the community: a. Southville 3.TEACHING PLAN: Presence of Pests I. Express feelings or emotions that may act as obstacle to decision making: Materials: • • Pamphlet • Costume/props • • Game Prizes Manpower: • Clinical Instructors • Nursing students from BSN4K. Evaluation forms Jeffrey accomplished by the community Marquez. Sources/Habitats b. 2. cockroaches. Different household pests. majority of the invited community members Mallari. • Identify the effects of presence of pests. controlling pests Jhiezellie as evidenced by the result of the Maranan. Kinds of diseases individuals might get from presence of pests c. flies and mosquitoes). NHA. Group 1 and 2 • Goal Met. Ways to reduce and control pests in the community METHODOLOGY Health teaching in • the General Assembly • TIME ALLOTMENT Setting up of prop materials: 2 minutes Introduction: 1 minute • Presentation: 15 minutes • Summarization: 2 minutes • Game: 10 minutes Total= 30 minutes RESOURCES PERSON RESPONSIBLE BSN 4K. VENUE : Basketball Court Block 28 Phase 4 NHA. Poblacion. Blocks 7 and 27 CONTENT 1. At the end of the presentation/health teaching. and are willing to apply the Beatrice preventive measures in Manaog. Andrea Martinez. members. TOPIC GOAL : Presence of Pests: Control and Prevention : The community will be able to reduce and control the presence of pests (rats. Group 1 and 2 Lecturers: Malabanan.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES whether to adapt or not to adapt methods or ways to control pests • Demonstrat e ways to reduce and/or control the pests present in their community CONTENT METHODOLOGY TIME ALLOTMENT RESOURCES PERSON RESPONSIBLE Martizon. Jessica EVALUATION .

Poblacion Muntinlupa City Participants: Community People of Phase 4. Cite at least one herbal medicine. Manasan. Enumerate the ten herbal medicines. Jennifer Malabanan. Phase 4. the community will be able to: 1. 3. Block 7 and 27 Learning Objectives At the end of the health teaching. . Joann Marajokie. the community people will be able to manage their health through the use of herbal medicines. Michael Magbitang. Venue: Basketball Court. Vincent Magliquian. Ruel Jr. its usage and how to prepare it.Teaching Plan: Lack of Medicines in the Health Center Topic: Herbal Medicines (SANTALUBBY) Goal: After the community assembly. Cynthia Evaluation Goal met. John Carlo Maromas. Southville 3 Brgy. At the end of the presentation/health teaching. 2. Jimhar Maliwanag. Express feelings or emotions Content Methodology Time Frame >Ten Herbal Lecture (through 15 minutes Medicines role playing) >Pictures/ Actual Image >Procedure Discussion Resource Persons Responsible Public Health BSN 4K: Nurse in the Group 1 & 2 Philippines Book Lecturers: Malejana. Block 28. majority of the invited community members responded they have understood and are willing to use the herbal medicines as evidenced by the result of the Evaluation forms accomplished by the community members.

Ira May Manas. Cite the importance of herbal medicines. Mandane. Michelle .that may act as obstacle to decision making: whether to use or not to use the ten herbal medicines. 4.

COMMUNITY CARE PLAN: Improper Garbage Collection ASSESMENT DIAGNOSIS PLANNING >50 % in the community are having problem regarding waste disposal because there is no available garbage truck. community people recycle and repair) to avoid them the as evidenced by the effects of improper result of the garbage disposal Evaluation forms accomplished by the community members. people were able to understand and learn on how to segregate garbage >To help the (reduce. >Demonstrate ways or methods on proper garbage disposal. IMPLEMENTION >Assessed the community on how they understand the importance of proper garbage disposal. >Understand the advantage and disadvantage of garbage segregation. reuse. they can apply those The community technique. Improper garbage disposal as evidenced by scattered/bulk garbage in the open area After the community assembly the community people will be able to: >Know how to segregate garbage. . >Conducted health teaching regarding: > The importance of proper waste segregation > The community has no available garbage trucks they should provide bins or sacks were seen labeled of biodegradable and nonbiodegradable RATIONALE EVALUATION >To determine if Goal met. >Determine which belongs to biodegradable and non biodegradable.

Enumerate factors causing presence of Pests. PLANNING At the end of the health teaching. the community will be able to: 1.  4. Demonstrate Ways or methods to reduce &/or control the pests. After 4weeks participants in the community were able to:  Enumerate factors causing presence of Pests.     The effects of pests in the community    3. IMPLEMENTATION Discussed the ff:  Factors causing presence of pests  To prevent the possible diseases causing the presence of pests For early direction of the disease RATIONALE EVALUATION Goal met. . Enumerate the effects of presence of pests in the community. Express feelings or emotions that may act as obstacle to decision making: whether to adapt or not to adapt methods or ways to control pests Demonstrate Ways or methods to reduce &/or control the pests.COMMUNITY CARE PLAN: Presence of Pests ASSESSMENT  100% of the community has pests 65 of the residents have rats in the area 65 of the residents have Mosquito in the are/household 65 of the residents have flies in the area/household DIAGNOSES (100% of the total population surveyed confirmed the presence of pests in their houses)due to:  Improper garbage disposal Clogged & dirty drainage 2. Enumerate the effects of presence of pests in the community.

IMPLEMENTATION INTERVENTION Assemble all materials needed in conducting health teaching in the community in order to: >Establish rapport among the residents in the community. >To help them become aware and concerned about their health condition. Ruby Myrna Lacro. LOCUS OF RESPOMSIBILITY >BSN 4-K Group 1 and 2 >Our Clinical Instructors Ms. >Reassess the community if they . Muntinlupa EVUALTION Goal Met.COMMUNITY CARE PLAN: Lacking of Medicines ASSESSMENT Objectives: >The result of 5& 1/12 that we got on the third problem prioritization NURSING DIAGNOSIS Unavailability of resources related to lack of medicines as evidenced by high incidence rate of acquiring disease PLANNING After 30 minutes of health teaching through general assembly the student will be able to: >Give knowledge to improve health of the residents of the community. After the health teaching through general assembly the community people had knowledge on how to use or prepare the ten alternatives medicines and understood the importance of it. >This helps establishing rapport trust between community and the nurse. >Improve the understanding kevel of the people in the community about the importance of alternative medicines. >Demonstrate steps on how to prepare and >To know if they use the herbal understood the medicines health teaching. RN >People of the community of Blk. Myrna Sibulo. >To let the community have knowledge about it. >Explain the importance of using alternative medicines. RATIONALE >Assembling all materials will help the nurse organize the plan of the activity. RN and Ms. (SANTALUBBY) >Enumerate the ten alternative medicines. 7 amd 27 Barangay Poblacion.

.>Learn different have applied the techniques on to health teaching made. how use or prepare the alternative medicines.

Understand the importance of proper garbage disposal.Objectives of the Health Teachings on proper garbage disposal 2. 1. III. Southville 3. recycle and repair garbage.SESSION DESIGN: ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION I. Poblacion. TOPIC : Proper Garbage Disposal GOAL : The people in the community will be able to gain knowledge regarding the proper waste disposal. Brgy.to National supervise the Housing nursing students Authority: Blocks 7 and ·Community 27 became People – more recipient of knowledgeabl discussion e when it comes to ·Brgy Officials proper – helps garbage organizing the disposal as event evidenced by the result of the Evaluation . VENUE : Basketball Court Block 28 Phase 4 NHA. Ways on how to reduce.The kinds of disease that might come from the garbage 3. 4R’s to prevent spread of disease from the garbage · Role Play · Games TOTAL TIME: 30 minutes -2 minutes set up -1minute introduction -15minutes Presentation -2minutes summary -10 minutes game · visual aid · leaflets ·manpower (students to conduct role play and health teaching) ·Prizes and kids’ loot bags ·time and effort ·Nursing students – to facilitate the discussion Goal Met. NHA.Objective II. reuse. Blocks 7 and 2 LEARNING OBJECTIVES CONTENT Teaching & Learning Activities METHODOLOGIE S TIME FRAME RESOURCES NEEDED PERSONS RESPONSIBLE EVALUATION General Objective At the end of the general assembly the participants will be able to: 1. Muntinlupa City PARTICIPANTS : Interviewed families in Southville 3. Differentiate biodegradable I. 2. Phase 4. At the end of the health teaching.Cause and effect of having garbage in the community. the Community ·Clinical people of Instructors.

and non biodegradable 3. Identify ways on how to reduce. reuse and recycle garbage forms accomplished by the community members. .

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Southville 3.SESSION DESIGN: Presence of Pests Goal: The community will be able to reduce and control the presence of pests (rats. Blocks 7 and 27 . cockroaches. Muntinlupa City Participants: Interviewed families in Southville 3. Phase 4. flies and mosquitoes) Venue: Basketball Court Block 28 Phase 4 NHA. Brgy. Poblacion. NHA.

The Methods of prevention .2 minutes Set up . 3.2 minutes Summary .Pictures of Household pests and methods or ways to control & prevent them -Pamphlets -Time and effort -Manpower (students to conduct Health Teaching) -RLE students to facilitate discussion: Pests: Mhiechaela Andrea Marquez.15 minutes Presentation . Sources/Habitats B. Definition of terms that are going to be used during the discussion 3. The kinds of diseases that might come from pests 4. Causes and Effects of having pests in the community: A. the participants will able to: 1. State the Causes of Presence of Pests.10 minutes Game . Identify the Ways to reduce and control the presence of pests. Define the Importance of reducing and controlling the pests. 4.Games . Kinds of Diseases individual might get from presence of pests C. Jennivie Martinez.Learning Objectives Content Teaching & Learning Activities Methodology Time Frame Resources Person(s) Responsible Evaluation After the General Assembly. Jessica Ann Martizon -Clinical Instructors to supervise the RLE students Goal Met. State the Effects of presence of Pests.Question and answer portion TOTAL TIME: 30 minutes . Objectives of the Health Teachings on Vector & Pest Control 2. 2. Definition of terms III. The community gained knowledge regarding proper ways on reducing the presence of pests.Role Play . I. Ways to reduce and control pests in the community. Objectives II. . Jeffrey Maranan. 1.Snacks for participants -Residents of the -Prizes & community kids’ loot who will bags be the recipient of the health teaching .1 minute Introduction .

Ira Mae Mandane. John Carlo Magbitang. Michelle Manas.Objectives II. conduct Health Jimhar Teaching) Marajokie.Identify the different diseases/ illnesses that can be cured by herbal medicine.Diseases/ Illnesses that can be cured by herbal medicine IV.1 minute Set up .2 minutes Summary Role Play . Vincent .Pictures of -RLE students Herbal Medicine to facilitate (SANTALUBBY) discussion and role playing: -Time and effort Santalubby: Ruel Malejana. 2. They are the one who is responsible and can help themselves on proper taking of herbal medicine. system Jennifer Magliquian. Poblacion.State the importance of proper management I.SESSION DESIGN – INADEQUATE MEDICINES AVAILABLE Goal: To be able to give information about herbal medicine Venue: Blk.Audio / Sound Maliwanag. Cynthia Maromas. . 3.10 minutes Presentation Role Play Role Play . -Manpower Joann (students to Manasan.Different herbal medicine III.Enumerate the different herbal medicine.Definition of terms III. Joanna Goal Partially met when we share our knowledge to the residence of Block 7 and 27. Muntinlupa City Participants: 64 families LEARNING OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES METHODOLOGY TIME FRAME RESOURCES NEEDED PERSON RESPONSIBLE EVALUATION After the health teaching the participants will be able to: 1.2 minutes Introduction . Michael Malabanan. 27 and 7 Southville 3 NHA Brgy.How to prepare and take herbal medicine Discussion of objectives Discussion of definition of terms Discussion of different herbal medicine Discussion in diseases / illnesses that can be cured by herbal medicine Discussion in preparing and how to take herbal medicine Role Play Role Play Total Time: 15 minutes .

of such illnesses. V. JhiezellieMarie Manaog.Residents of the community who will be the recipient of the health teaching . Eliza Mallari -Clinical Instructors to supervise the RLE students .General Tips on proper taking of herbal Medicine properly Discussion on General Tips on proper taking of herbal medicine Maluping.

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