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Toward a malaria-free world - Lesson plans

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In this guide you will have suggestions of lesson plans that have been designed by the Education National Coordinators using the Xplore Health materials. …

In this guide you will have suggestions of lesson plans that have been designed by the Education National Coordinators using the Xplore Health materials.

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  • 1. Educator’s guide on malaria (Lesson plans)AUTHORS FUNDED BY:
  • 2. Lesson Plan for module 4 – toward a malaria-freeworldI. IntroductionThis document provides a number of suggestions of lesson plans on topics linked to the fight againstmalaria including time needed to organise the activities in class and the links with different schoolssubjects.II. Lesson plansThe lesson plans are meant to give teachers an idea of how the tools can be used within a lesson.The lesson plans will be preceded by a table displaying some general information concerning thesuggested plan, such as the age level of the students, the tools that are used, etc.The structure of the lesson plans is made in a way that objectives of the activities, as well as materialsneeded for the implementation, the procedure of the activities and the timing of each of the singleactivity are stated.Abbreviations:T: Teacher Ss: Students Ind: Individual workS: student OHT: overhead transparency Pw: PairworkGw: Groupwork Toward a malaria-free world - 2 – Lesson plans
  • 3. Lesson plan 1: The fight against malariaGeneral information:Author of the lesson plan: Laurent MartorellSubject of the lesson: How to set priorities when fighting against malaria?Age level of the students: 15-18 years oldXplore Health’s tools used: • Video: Malaria : an ethical issue • Video: Facing an underestimated malariaLink with different school This subject can be linked to various aspectssubjects/integration in the curriculum: of the curricula whenever a disease is involved or a treatment is applied.Can the topic be linked to different subjects inyour school? Does it fit to your curricula?Pre-knowledge required by students: • Malaria and its causative agents • Transmission modes of malaria • Parts of the world mainly concern and affected by malariaSuggested background reading for Teachers’ guide: Background informationTeacher: Toward a malaria-free world - 3 – Lesson plans
  • 4. Lesson plan: Activity Objective of activity Material, tools Interaction Procedure Time (min.)Introduction Provide an • Video: Gw All, teacher and pupils 10 introduction on Malaria : watch the video. malaria, its causative an ethical agents and issue transmission modes • Video: Facing an underestim ated malariaTeacher Introducing activity - T → Ss The teacher summarises 10speech the concepts detailed in the 2 videos and explains students the procedure to be followed. Each student group has to prepare a presentation related to one of the biological or ethical aspects of the topic: • Individual and/or collective protection • Protection against the parasite and/or the vector • Bed net and/or wide spread use of insecticideClass Find out about the - Ss Gw → T Student group work 20activity use of stem cell to presentations followed by a cure illness and the classroom debate ethical implicationsTeacher Conclude the - T → Ss The teachers makes a 5speech activities summery of the outcomes of the debatesTotal time 45of thelesson Toward a malaria-free world - 4 – Lesson plans
  • 5. Lesson plan 2: The complexity of treatmentsGeneral information:Author of the lesson plan: Carlos de PazSubject of the lesson: The complexity of treatmentsAge level of the students: 15-18 years oldXplore Health’s tools used: • Game: Stop Malaria • Video: Working for a Malaria-free world • Experiment: investigate a malaria vaccineLink with different school • Biology: Health and diseasesubjects/integration in the curriculum: • Biology: Immunology, Microbiology andCan the topic be linked to different subjects in Biotechnologyyour school? Does it fit to your curricula?Pre-knowledge required by students: • Cellular organisation (differences between virus, bacteria and protozoa) • Basic concepts of immunology system.Suggested background reading for Teachers’ guide: Background informationTeacher: Information on the problems to apply vaccines with endoparasites, like protozoa and helminths, in animals and humans.Lesson plan: Toward a malaria-free world - 5 – Lesson plans
  • 6. Activity Objective of activity Material, tools Interaction Procedure Time (min.) The teacherCreate the introduces the Video: Working for a T→S topic and thenscenario Introduce the topic 10 malaria-free world Gw everybody watch the video. Define clearly the Teacher task. Multimedia Computers defines theExplaining the product on problems classroom (LMS, T→S task. Students to use vaccines with 10-20task classroom blog or Gw have to take pathogens different similar) the role of than viruses and researchers. bacteria. Students work • Game: Stop combining, in Malaria. this order, S • Experiment: individual work 60 -120Experiment Learning by doing Investigate a Pw for game, pair malaria vaccine work for Gw experiment and • Guided web group work for research web research. Set in order what we Classroom (LMS & Gw Exhibition ofEvaluation learned about the computer with T (as products and 50-60 issue. projection) moderator) group debate.Total time of 3 sessionsthe lesson (50-60/each) Toward a malaria-free world - 6 – Lesson plans
  • 7. Lesson plan 3: Debating Ethical, Legal and Social aspects of thefight against malariaGeneral information:Author of the lesson plan: Katarzyna Kozlow and Anita CwalinaSubject of the lesson: Debating Ethical, Legal and Social aspects of the fight against malariaAge level of the students: 15-18 years oldXplore Health’s tools used: • Game to engage in a dialogue – PlayDecide: Malaria • Video: Working for a malaria-free world • Video: A shelter from malaria • Video: Facing an underestimated malariaLink with different school Knowledge about Society, Chemistry, Personalsubjects/integration in the curriculum: Health and EducationCan the topic be linked to different subjects inyour school? Does it fit to your curricula?Pre-knowledge required by students: • Cellular organisation (differences between virus, bacteria and protozoa) • Basic idea of immunology systemSuggested background reading for Teachers’ guide: Background informationTeacher: Toward a malaria-free world - 7 – Lesson plans
  • 8. Lesson plan: Activity Objective of activity Material, tools Interaction Procedure Time (min.)Day 1: To provide aim of the T→S Teacher introduce 5Creating the lesson the aim of thescenario lesson and facilitate a first discussion about malaria to find out the opinion and basic knowledge of students before starting the activityLecture Providing information T↔S Introduction to 5 about lesson aim and Xplore Health introduce the resources on program Malaria • Video: WorkingWatch Video presentation T↔S Students and the 15 for a malaria- teacher are free world watching Video • Video: A shelter from malaria • Video: Facing an underestimated malariaTeacher Malaria aspects Educators’ guide: T↔S The teacher is 15presentation introduction Background presenting the main information on topics from Malaria materials (1)Summary Collecting students Educators’ guide: S↔T Dc – Discussion 5 opinions about Background with teacher malaria aspects information on MalariaHomework To be prepared for Game to engage Ind Students receive 20 Game – PlayDecide: in a dialogue – paper version of Malaria PlayDecide: the Game to Malaria prepare for the next lessonDay 2: To explain the rules T↔S Students are 5Introduction of the game and set introduced to the Toward a malaria-free world - 8 – Lesson plans
  • 9. the class for the rules of the games game. and split into groups of 4-8Game to To talk in a simple Game to engage in T ↔ Ss The teacher acts as 80engage in a and effective way a dialogue – moderator during Gwdialogue about controversial PlayDecide: the dialogue, issues linked to the Malaria students are given fight against malaria specific roles in the dialogueSummary Collecting students S↔T Dc 5 opinions about Teacher facilitated malaria aspects group discussion • To summariseShare Decide Game T↔S Teacher will upload 10 the knowledge Upload results group response of gained on each group results malaria to the website • To upload the www.playdecide.eu class shared group response to the websiteTotal time of 3 times 45the lesson min in class + 20 min of homework Toward a malaria-free world - 9 – Lesson plans
  • 10. FUNDED BY: PROJECT PARTNERSBY:WITH THE SUPPORT OF Toward a malaria-free world - 10 – Lesson plans

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