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Project in Health Education 102 BSN 3-H

GROUP 3 Mana-ay, Reymund Marquez, Krichelle Nicole Martizano, Joann Milliam, Honey Shane Montealto, Romeo Jr. Mosquera, Rachel Rose Naluaran, Ghelo Marie Pagala, Apple Parreño, Charlyn Joy Pelobello, Charlene

Name: ________________ Year & Sec: ______ Date: ______________ I. True or False: Write TRUE if the statement is true, FALSE if the
statement is false. Write your answer on the space provided.

______1. Hospital setting or clinical setting is designed to provide students with opportunities to have actual contact and interaction with the patients and to apply what they have learned in the classroom. ______2. Skills learned in the nursing arts laboratory are perfected in the clinical area. ______3. Skills of socialization are the ability to interact meaningfully, properly, comfortably, and effectively with culturally diverse patients. ______4. Decreased anxiety for the student nurse is one of the advantages of dual assignment. ______5. In group orientation activity, the instructor should be guided by a teaching plan and handouts or written guidelines. ______6. Cultural competence is a behavior or values that are acceptable or unacceptable, and where responsibility and accountability for one’s action is demanded and expected. ______7. Handouts and written guidelines should be given to the students prior to orientation day. ______8. Sharing session is where students discuss their experiences, feelings and impressions related to their activity. ______9. Formative evaluation is usually given at the end of the learning experiences. _____10. Story-typing focuses on the appropriate combination of time and situation using prompts and reminders to get a person to perform a routine task. I. Matching type: Match column A with column B. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided. A ___1. Also known as “tutor” ___2. Strategy used for low-level readers ___3. Student is assigned as a “helper” ___4. The ease with which written or printed information can be read ___5.Working with the students which includes post-care conferences ___6. An educated person or one who is able to read and write ___7. Given at the end of the learning experience ___8. Combined use of case study method and NCP ___9. Obstetrical ward is located beside surgical ward ___10.The student uses reflection process to think about their experiences and to communicate B a. Preceptor b. Follow-up c. Literate d. Logs and diaries e. Readability f. Story-typing g. Summative evaluation h. Preconferences i. Alternative assignment j. Setting k. Formative evaluation l. Student orientation m. Dual assignment

II. Identification: Write your answer on the space provided. ________1. Usually involves graduating students and new graduates who are having clinical or functional specialty. ________2. It is a continuing evaluation process; ongoing feedback is given to the learner throughout the learning experience in the form of postconferences. ________3. The ability of adults to read, understand and interpret information. ________4. The degree to which individuals understand what they have read. ________5. Coordinating the patients’ regimens into their daily schedules rather than forcing them to adjust their lifestyles to regimen imposed to them. ________6. Focuses on the appropriate combination of time and situation using prompts and reminders to get a person perform a routine task. ________7. It is working with the students at the time of actual patient care. ________8. It is in effect where two students make an initial home visit. ________9. It includes an overview of the basic policies and procedures, physical set-up and facilities and the administrative staff which is usually done through guided tour. ________10. It is an activity wherein one student is assigned to one or more patients.

III. Enumeration

Three Factors to consider in assessing levels of literacy: 1. ___________________ 2. ___________________ 3. ___________________ Two tests used to measure literacy: 4. ___________________ 5. ___________________ Two clinical evaluation processes: 6. ___________________ 7. ___________________ Three teacher-learner activities: 8. ___________________ 9. ___________________ 10. ___________________ Give three activities under Follow-up session: 11. ___________________ 12. ___________________ 13. ___________________ Give two student-clinical experiences: 14. ___________________ 15. ___________________

IV. Essay: Choose one and discuss (15 pts.)

Teaching strategies chosen by the nurse should be suited to the client and to the material be learned. 2. The majority of the people at the lowest reading levels will report that they “read well”. 3. Teachable moments occur everyday and it is important to take advantage of them. 4. Discuss any strategy to use when teaching clients with different cultures. 5. Which is hard to teach, the low-level literacy or the high-level literacy person? Why?

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Answer Key
Chapter 8

I. True or False: 1. True 2. True 3. False 4. True 5. True 6. False 7. True 8. True 9. False 10. False

III. Identification: 1. Preceptorship 2.Formative Evaluation 3. Literacy 4. Comprehension 5. Tailoring 6. Cuing 7. Practice session 8. Buddy-buddy system 9. Student orientation 10. Individual assignment

II. Matching type: 1. a recognition 2. f 3. I 4. e 5. 6. g evaluation 7. h evaluation 8. b 9. j 10. d assessment

IV. Enumeration: 1. Reading or word 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Readability Comprehension REALM WRAT Formative

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7. Summative 8. Preconferences 9. Practice session 10. Student