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HEALTH SCIENCES PROGRAM CURRICULUM MAP

 

School:

Bowling Green High

Program:

Health Science

Teacher:

Wanda Sowders RN, BSN

School Year:

2012-2013

KCTCS Course Number:

HEA 102

WPP200

HEA 450

KY Tech Course Name

Principles of Health Science

Workplace Principles

Leadership Development

Length of Course:

36  weeks

Length of Period

55 minutes

High School Credit(s)

1.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT

TASKS

CORE CONTENT/SKILLS STANDARDS

3 days

INTRODUCTION

 

 

 

 

4 days

Unit 1

GOAL SETTING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 days

Unit 2

SAFETY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.       Recognize safety hazards in the classroom and workplace.

2.       Apply good body mechanics.

3.       Recognize fire hazards and demonstrate proper use of a fire extinguisher.

4.       Demonstrate proper handling of hazardous materials.

5.       Locate information found in MSDS sheets.

6.       Analyze principles of infection control

          7.    Demonstrate proper use of Standard Precautions

Academic Expectations

Practical Living 2.31 Students demonstrate the knowledge and skills they need to remain physically healthy and to accept responsibility for their own physical well-being

                                                               

Core Content

PL-HS-4.2.1 Students will identify individual work habits/ethics (e.g., individual/team responsibilities, willingness to learn, integrity, respect, confidentiality, self-discipline, problem-solving, punctuality, communication skills) and explain their importance in the workplace. DOK 2

 

Skill Standards

Employability Skills 4.19 Accept responsibilities for own actions

4 days

Unit 3

STUDY SKILLS

7.       Complete a learning styles inventory

8.       Prepare a study schedule, follow oral and written instructions, use listening as a learning skill, write lecture notes

9.       Summarize in writing, readings from textbooks, technical manuals, and other written materials. Use strategies to improve reading speed, comprehension, and recall

Use strategies for taking tests, use reference libraries, write an organized paper(s). Include a technical writing assignment.

 

36.    Describe the importance of time and self-management in the work place

 

Core Content

PL-HS-4.1.3 Students will describe academic and non-academic benefits (e.g., communication skills, computer/technical skills, mathematical skills, scientific observation and inquiry skills, teamwork skills, work experience, professional references, insight into tasks and work environment) acquired from a range of education and training options.

 

Skill Standards

EC 001 Engage in continuous self-assessment and goals modification for personal and professional growth

EC 002 Manage time, prioritize responsibilities and meet completion dates as specified by employer and client

8 days

Unit 4

LEADERSHIP/HOSA/TEAMWORK

L1. Define leadership: compare the types of leadership styles, and assess the importance of qualified leaders to the success of organizations

 

L2. List personal characteristics/qualities

of successful leaders; construct a questionnaire and interview a person in a leadership role

 

L3. List personal opportunities available in the community

 

L4. Develop personal and group goals

37.   Incorporate HOSA using competitive event guidelines, leadership and team skills in all content areas

38.   Describe the role of professional organizations in a career area major

39.   Describe and apply the problem solving processes independently and in groups

Describe the importance of teamwork and apply teamwork skills

L26. Identify self-management techniques

 

 

 

L27. Identify stress management techniques

L10 Outline techniques used for proper business/professional etiquette: -- meeting people, travel and table etiquette

L25. Demonstrate shared decision making

L21. Participate in fundraising efforts; List the categories of competitive events and select an event to compete in at local, regional, state or national level

L19. Learn about the student organization (HOSA): Recite mission, motto, and creed; Label parts of the emblem and explain the meaning of the colors; List the organizational levels and dues for each level

L20. List publications and resource materials available; Name leadership training conferences available; Prepare a realistic budget based on program of work and resources available

L16. Demonstrate the use of parliamentary skills in presiding over a meeting: Explain the history and purpose of parliamentary procedure; Identify the authority used for parliamentary procedure; State the function of the gavel

  1. Describe the importance of teamwork and apply teamwork
  2. Identify barriers to full team participation
  3. Apply conflict resolution skills in team situations

 

 

L17. List the steps for handling a motion; Identify the classes of motions; List the rules for debate

L18. Prepare an agenda; Participate in a mock meeting; Conduct research on a community organization that uses parliamentary procedure

 

Academic Expectations

Practical Living 2.31 Students demonstrate the knowledge and skills they need to remain physically healthy and to accept responsibility for their own physical well-being

                                                               

Core Content

PL-HS-4.2.1 Students will identify individual work habits/ethics (e.g., individual/team responsibilities, willingness to learn, integrity, respect, confidentiality, self-discipline, problem-solving, punctuality, communication skills) and explain their importance in the workplace. DOK 2

 

PL-HS-4.2.2

Students will describe team skills (e.g., setting goals, listening, following directions, questioning, communicating, problem-solving, dividing work, conflict resolution, mediation and evaluate the role of team skills in today’s workplace.

 

Skill Standards

EP 002 – Collaborate with others to formulate team objectives

EP 005 – Exercise leadership skills as appropriate

EP 009 – Exhibit strong sense of team identity and commitment to purpose

EO 002 – Recognize characteristics of effective teams

10 days

Unit 5

CULTURAL DIVERSITY

  1. Compare and contrast multicultural and multilingual needs
  2. Discuss the impact of religions and culture on those giving and receiving health care with an understanding of past and present events

 

Academic Expectations

Connecting and Integrating Experiences and Knowledge 6.3 Students expand their

understanding of existing knowledge by making connections with new knowledge,

skills, and experiences.

 

Core Content

PL-HS-1.1.1 Students will explain the importance of effective social interaction skills (e.g.,  respect, self-advocacy, cooperation, communication, identifying, different  perspectives and points of view, empathy, personal growth, relationship building,  fulfilling commitments). DOK 2

 

Skill Standards

EA 006 Interact appropriately and respectfully with diverse ethnic, age, cultural, religious, and economic groups in various employment and social skills

EA 007 Exhibit respectful and empathetic behavior when interacting with peers, superiors, subordinates, and customers in one-on-one and group situations

EB 001 Communicate in a straightforward, understandable, accurate, and timely manner

10 days

Unit 6

COMMUNICATION

  1. Demonstrate the use of positive communication techniques in both verbal and nonverbal form
  2. Define barriers to communications

L5. Develop communication skills (verbal and written) to enhance success in school and in transition to the world of work: Prepare and present an informative, illustrative, or persuasive speech; Devise and use, or use HOSA speech rubric to critique oral presentations

 

L6. Participate in public relations activities by speaking, writing, or making presentations to a group

 

Academic Expectations

Basic Communications and Mathematical

Ideas 1.12 Students speak using appropriate forms, conventions,  and styles to communicate ideas and information to different audiences for different purposes

 

Responsible Group Membership 4.1 Students effectively use interpersonal skills

Core Content

PL-HS-1.1.1 Students will explain the importance of effective social interaction skills (e.g., respect, self- advocacy, cooperation, communication, identifying, different perspectives and points of view,

 empathy, personal growth, relationship  

  building, fulfilling commitments). DOK 2

 

Skill Standards

AA 001 Adjust communication to other’s ability to understand

AA 003 Apply active listening skills using reflection, restatement, and clarification techniques

AA 005 Interpret verbal and non-verbal behaviors to augment communication and within scope of practice

EB 001 Communicate in a straightforward, understandable, accurate, and timely manner

6 days

Unit 7

HISTORY

 

  1. Identify medical/health care milestones that have led to advances in health care.

 

Academic Expectations

Practical Living 2.31 Students demonstrate the knowledge and skills they need to remain physically healthy and to accept responsibility for their own physical well-being

Core Content

SS-HS-5.1.2

Students will analyze how history is a series of connected events shaped by multiple cause and effect relationships, tying past to present.  DOK 3

Skill Standards

OF 001 Analyze the cause and effect on health care system change based on the influence of : technology, epidemiology, bio-ethics, socio-economics, and various forms of complimentary (non-traditional) medicine

7 days

Unit 8

HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS

  1. Describe systems theory and its components.
  2. Predict how and where the following factors may effect the health care delivery system:  rising costs, managed care, technology, aging population, access to health care, alternative therapies, lifestyle/behavior
  3. Research the organizational structures and services of various types of health care facilities including the interdisciplinary health care team.
  4. Differentiate between various types of health care insurance plans
  5. Analyze the cause and effect on health care system          

       change based on the influence of technology

       epidemiology, bio-ethics, socioeconomic and complimentary medicine (nontraditional)

       medicine

Academic Expectations

Practical Living 2.31 Students demonstrate the knowledge and skills they need to remain physically healthy and to accept responsibility for their own physical well-being

 

Core Content

PL-HS-3.1.2 Students will compare products and services based on various factors (e.g. price quality, features, etc.) to consider when making consumer decisions.  DOK 3

PL.-HS-3.1.5  Students will describe the relationship among private, public and nonprofit health agencies and compare the services provided by each agency:  private health care facilities (private physicians,  nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities)  hospitals  public health departments and clinics  DES   (Disaster and Emergency Services)  Family Resource Centers  Medicare/Medicaid nonprofit health organizations (e.g., American Heart Association, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society)

 

Skill Standards

OD 002 Predict where and how factors such as: cost, managed care, technology, an aging population, access to care, alternative therapies, and lifestyle/behavior changes may affect various health care delivery system models

OF 001 Analyze the cause and effect on health care system change based on the influence of : technology, epidemiology, bio-ethics, socio-economics, and various forms of complimentary (non-traditional medicine)

30 days

Unit 9

CAREERS

  1. Define licensure, certification and registration
  2. Explore a potential health science career path in at least one of the following health

        care services: Diagnostic, Therapeutic, Informational and Environmental

       17.   Demonstrate a basic skill used in a career   major area

      L7.Prepare a press release for publication: Contribute to the organization’s newsletter/scrapbook, etc.

 

    L8. Contact in writing, a guest to attend an organizational meeting

 

Academic Expectations

Vocational Studies 2.36 Students use strategies for choosing and preparing for a career.

Vocational Studies 2.37 Students demonstrate skills and work habits that lead to success in future schooling and work.

Core Content

PL-HS-4.1.5 Students will analyze and evaluate a variety of resources (e.g., Internet, print materials, guest speakers, mentors) that could be used to determine advantages and disadvantages (e.g., preparation, salary, benefits, demands of job, location, work environment) of various occupations.

PL-HA-4.1.7 Students will compare post-secondary options (e.g., community technical colleges, 4-year colleges, military service) that would be the most appropriate preparation for a specific career path.

Skill Standards

ED 001 Explore a potential health science career path in at least one of the following healthcare services: diagnostic, therapeutic, information, or environmental

ED 002 Consider the levels of education, credentialing requirements, employment opportunities, workplace environments, and career growth potential for the service area.

6 days

Unit 10

HUMAN NEEDS

  1. Evaluate Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  1. Identify and explore commonly used Defense Mechanisms

31.   Explain the stages of death and dying including philosophy of hospice care

Academic Expectations

Connecting and Integrating Experiences and Knowledge 6.3 Students expand their

understanding of existing knowledge by making connections with new knowledge,

skills, and experiences.

 

Core Content

PL-HS-1.1.1 Students will explain the importance of effective social interaction skills (e.g., respect, self-advocacy, cooperation, communication, identifying, different perspectives and points of view, empathy, personal growth, relationship building,  fulfilling commitments). DOK 2

Skill Standards

EA 007 Exhibit respectful and empathetic behavior when interacting with peers,  superiors, subordinates, and customers in one-on-one and group situations

OG 001 Apply behaviors that promote health and wellness

7 days

Unit 11

MEDICAL MATH

  1. Demonstrate basic mathematical skills in health careers
  2. Demonstrate an understanding and application of Roman Numerals.
  3. Convert Greenwich (standard) time to military time (24 hour clock)

Convert Household Measures and Apothecary to Metric Equivalents

Academic Expectations

Basic Communications and Mathematics Skills 0.4 Students use mathematical ideas and procedures to communicate, reason, and solve problems.

 

Core Content

MA-HS-1.5.1  Students will identify real number properties (commutative properties of

addition and multiplication, associative properties of addition and multiplication,

distributive property of multiplication over addition and subtraction, identity             properties of addition and multiplication and inverse properties of addition and              multiplication) when used to justify a given step in simplifying an expression or              solving an equation.

 

Skill Standards

EA 005 Formulate solutions to problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, evaluate) independently and in teams.

14 days

Unit 2

LEGAL AND ETHICAL

  1. Analyze ethical and legal responsibilities, limitations, and implications of actions when confronted with specific issues
  2. Analyze malpractice and liability issues related to legislative scope of practice
  3. Interpret and maintain client’s rights in accordance to the Patient’s Bill of Rights
  4. Analyze legal and ethical aspects of confidentiality including HIPPA guidelines

Discuss cost of malpractice insurance

 

L23. Describe how ethical and social behavior affect our lives

 

 

 

L24. Demonstrate an awareness of cultural diversity and equity

 

Academic Expectations

Responsible Group Membership 4.4  Students demonstrate ability to accept the rights and responsibilities for self and others.

Core Content

RD-11-5.5 Students will compare or contrast elements, views, ideas or events presented in one or more passages   DOK 2

PL-HS-4.2.1 Students will identify individual work habits/ethics (e.g., individual/team responsibilities,  willingness to learn, integrity, respect, confidentiality, self-discipline, problem-solving, punctuality, communication skills) and explain their importance in the workplace. DOK 2

Skill Standards

EE 001  Analyze legal responsibilities, limitations, and implications of actions

EE 002  Use problem-solving techniques when confronted with legal dilemmas or issues

EE 003 Compare and contrast behaviors and practices that could result in malpractice, liability, or negligence

EE 004 Comply with policies and requirements for documentation and record keeping

EF 003 Maintain confidentiality

30 days

Unit 13

WPP

 

 

3.       Describe and apply the problem solving processes independently and in groups

L22. Develop techniques to resolve conflict that arises in the home, school, community, and workplace (conflict management)

 

  1. Describe the importance of time and self-management in the work place

L9. Demonstrate appropriate business dress and appropriate business/professional etiquette: Identify official dress code for members of the student organization; Demonstrate ability to tie a necktie or scarf

 

 

L10 Outline techniques used for proper business/professional etiquette: -- meeting people, travel and table etiquette

 

  1. Describe personal performance skills: appropriate dress, business protocol, personality traits, customer relations skills and professional behavior
  2. Describe the steps to take advantage of transition opportunities

L28. Prepare an Employability Skills Portfolio: Prepare a cover letter; Resume; Application

 

  1. Develop an employment portfolio, including: cover letter, resume, reference page, sample application, and sample Thank You letter
  2. Identify sources for job leads and employer contacts
  3. Complete applications forms

L29. Answer in writing questions you may be asked at an interview; List questions you might ask at an interview; Participate in a mock interview; (this could be a HOSA Job Application Competition) Write a thank you letter to the interviewer.

 

  1. Prepare and practice for job interview
  2. Practice job follow-up strategies
  3. Review and complete pre-employment tests

Identify policies and procedures for: drug free workplace, Workman’s compensation, Family Medical Leave Act, Grievance policy, Unemployment Compensation, Business Ethics/Chain of command

L30. Discuss reasons for changing employment; Write a letter of resignation.

 

Academic Expectations

Vocational Studies 2.36 Students use strategies for choosing and preparing for a career.

 

Vocational Studies 2.37 Students demonstrate skills and work habits that lead to success in future schooling and work.

 

Career Decision-Making 4.42 Consider the levels of education, credentialing requirements, employment opportunities, workplace environments, and career growth potential for the service area.

 

Career Decision-Making 4.41 Explore a potential health science career path in at least one of the following healthcare services: diagnostic, therapeutic, information, or environmental.

 

Core Content

PL-HS-4.1.5 Students will analyze and evaluate a variety of resources (e.g., Internet, print materials, guest speakers, mentors) that could be used to determine advantages and disadvantages (e.g., preparation, salary, benefits, demands of job, location, work environment) of various occupations.

 

PL-HS-4.2.1 Students will identify individual work habits/ethics (e.g., individual/team responsibilities, willingness to learn, integrity, respect, confidentiality, self-discipline, problem-solving, punctuality, communication skills) and explain their importance in the workplace. DOK 2

 PL-HS-4.1.6 Students will identify and describe supporting documentation that would be needed for the career portfolio/Individual Learning Plan (ILP)

  • business letters (application, recommendation, follow-up)
  • assessment data (e.g. interest

 

 

Skill Standards

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learning styles, aptitudes and abilities)

  • Resumes
  • Certifications/awards
  • Samples of work (e.g., videos, artwork, portfolio entries)
  • Records of work experiences
  • Transcripts

 

Skill Standards

AA 006 Demonstrate interviewing skills

EA 002 Adopt personal appearance and hygiene habits appropriate to the health care environment and industry expectations

EA 008 Follow attendance policies of the employer or educational institution

EB 003 Provide written communication that is accurate and grammatically correct using nomenclature appropriate to the environment

EP 002 – Collaborate with others to formulate team objectives

EP 005 – Exercise leadership skills as appropriate

EP 009 – Exhibit strong sense of team identity and commitment to purpose

EO 002 – Recognize characteristics of effective teams

 

 

 

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