Lesson 3 health - heart disease

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Lesson 3 health - heart disease

  1. 1. Health – N.C.D - Heart Disease By the end of this lesson you will have: • Re-capped your knowledge on the spread of an infectious disease (AIDS) • Introduced yourself to the prevalence of an N.C.D (heart disease) • Completed more independent study on heart disease
  2. 2. AIDS Re-Cap • Open up your workbooks to your case-study sheet • Spend 2 mins reminding yourself of the facts from last week • In your group be ready to explain your worksheet to the rest of the group – FACILITATE the knowledge
  3. 3. Quiz, Quiz, Trade – Heart Disease • 1. How does a heart attack occur? • 2. How is the impact of heart disease measured? • 3. Why is coronary heart disease decreasing in many developed countries? • 4. what are the five major risk factors for heart disease in the UK? • 5. What does DALYs stand for? • 6. What percentage of the global burden of coronary heart disease occurs in newly developing countries? • 7. Give an economic cost of heart disease • 8. Give a prevention strategy for coronary disease • 9. What sort of activities have the W.H.O initiated to help educate people about heart disease? • 10. What sort of legislation was introduced to help manage coronary disease?
  4. 4. Diseases of Affluence • These are diseases which are a result of increasing wealth in society • Include type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, depression, alcoholism, some forms of cancer • Tend to be non-communicable, as infectious diseases are more treatable with money (drugs, vaccinations) • It is impossible to stop anyone from dying, and as people live longer it is creating more expense
  5. 5. Diseases of Affluence • • • • • • • • Factors associated with these are: Increase car use Less manual labour Food accessibility High fat foods Processed foods Increased leisure time More alcohol and cigarettes
  6. 6. Heart Disease – Activity Sheet • Using the textbooks from page 286-289 form an activity sheet to use based on the study of heart disease • The activity sheet shouldn’t just be a long list of questions – instead be creative, think of activities that could push other students into the HIGHER ORDER thinking skills
  7. 7. Heart Disease – Activity Sheet • Examples of LOWER ORDER activities: • Questions, comprehension, re-writing, remembering, ‘describe and comment’ • Examples of HIGHER ORDER activities: • Creative, evaluative, synthesis, ‘discuss’, ‘to what extent’, ‘design your own’ • Have a mixture of both of these on your sheet. Make the sheet fit onto one side A4 and most importantly – make an answer sheet for the teacher!! These sheets can be printed off and laminated and we can use them for revision  You should have questions which cover all the sub-headings on your sheet
  8. 8. Coronary Heart Disease • What is it? • What are the risk factors? • What are the economic costs? • What are the prevention strategies? • What is it linked with education? • How is it linked with policy making?
  9. 9. Homework • Jan 2012 paper – Question 8a • Jun 2012 paper – Question 8c • Jun 2012 paper – Question 8d • ‘An infectious disease has a greater impact on economic development than a noncommunicable disease’ To what extent do you agree with this view? (15)

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