Obstetrics Teacher Resources
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Innovations in Obstetrics and Pediatrics
Students study the history in obstetrics and pediatrics. In this investigative instructional activity students research and present information about winners of the Nobel Prize.
Using Commas I
Learning the proper way to use a comma takes a lot of practice. Use this resource to focus on four of the main rules. Writers review using a comma (and a FANBOYS) to join two independent clauses, separate items in a series, separate adjectives, and avoid misreading. The second page houses the answers to each of the 15 practice sentences.
Women's Achievement Quiz
How much do you or your class know about various achievements made by women thorughout history? Here is a set of 10 questions with answers all related to the accomplishments of women in science, politics, civil rights, and law.
Women at the Crossroads
Students examine the evolution of women's rights in Korea. In this Korean history lesson, students read 5 articles pertaining to women's lives under the Silla, Koryo, and Choson kingdoms. The articles also make reference to Japanese rule of Korean women as well as the modern era.
Fertility and Infertility
FLASH has put together a pretty comprehensive lesson on fertility and infertility. There is a lot of information on the male and female reproductive systems, fertility, reducing the odds for infertility, the menstrual cycle, and information on sexually transmitted infections. There are activities included, but a teacher could easily invent new activities to do with this vast array of information.
Immigration in Spain
How many people immigrate to Spain illegally each year? Both the United States and Spain see a lot of illegal immigration. Advanced learners will read various articles, compare and contrast the situation in both countries, and discuss possible solutions to our current problem with immigration.
STD & AIDS, Day 2: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
Keep your secondary special education class informed and aware of STDs, HIV, and AIDS. They learn what STD stands for, how STDs are transmitted, and how to protect themselves. A case study, note to care provider, handouts, transparency, and worksheets are included.
What Constitutes a State?
Students examine the differences between various state constitutions in the United States. Then, using their own
Who's at Risk?
Learners are asked what do they comprehend about HIV, such as: how does it get transmitted, and what happens to the body once someone contracts the virus. They discuss ways that people can avoid getting and spreading AIDS. Students discuss the different populations that can be at risk for AIDS if they do not behave responsibly.
AIDS: Who's at Risk?
Students examine the implications of AIDS. In this personal health lesson, students research and compare AIDS statistics as well as advancements in treating AIDS. Students create AIDS public awareness campaigns.
The Scientific Basis For The Ten Steps To Successful Breastfeeding
Pupils review the ten principles of successful breastfeeding. They are interested in application of them in real lifelike simulations. Students use the slides provided for demonstration and review purposes before practice sessions of simulation.
Genetics, Birth Disorders, and Pregnancy
Students in an alternative school setting for pregnant teens examine various facets of pregnancy including prenatal and postpartum testing, genetic influences, and additional risk factors. Through videos, hands-on activities, and small group discussions, they gain insights into the genetics of human development, birth defects, and other related topics. Activities include: constructing cell models and creating pregnancy timelines.
Spain and Immigration
Students compare immigration issues in Spain to those in the United States. In this immigration lesson, students analyze information and statistics regarding illegal immigration in Spain as well as the state of North Carolina. Students compose essays that feature possible solutions to the immigration problems in both countries.
Domestic Violence—Lesson Plan
Learners examine domestic violence issues. In this global studies lesson, students read a case study on domestic violence. Learners take notes on the case and respond to discussion questions.
Maternal and Infant Nutrition
Students study the importance of prenatal care, weight gain, a healthy diet and the dangers of using drugs while pregnant. In this infant nutrition instructional activity students examine all the aspects of pregnancy.
Learners experiment in order to determine proper ways to disinfect hands to prevent the spread of infection.
Hereditary Defects: Down Syndrome and Sickle Cell Anemia
Students solve problems like the following examples: 1. If you have 10,000 women, age 30, who have babies and one in 900 of these births will result in a Down syndrome baby, how many will have this disease? 2. 5,000 babies are born; 2,000 to women age 20, 3,000 to women age 40. How many of each group will give birth to a Down syndrome baby?
Infection Control/Workplace Safety
Learners role play as nurse managers in a hospital and are faced with an infection control crisis. They are to examine the feasible ways to solve and control the problem. Students utilize technology, language arts, trade and industry, and the health occupations curriculum.
Students explore Chinese life during the Cultural Revolution. They read and discuss a brief historical essay on 20th century China as well as viewing a fictionalized film account of the time period titled, "To Live". They write a review of the film and create propaganda posters based on the film.
Whose Life Is It?
Students consider the implications of cloning. In this science and ethics lesson, students consider when cases of cloning are ethical and when they are not as they discuss scenarios and their discussion questions.