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Backward Design Lesson Plan Instructions: Please note that when you do this assignment, it must be your own original work and not a "borrowed lesson plan" For this assignment, you will develop a Backward Design Lesson Plan. Use the template provided below . Make sure to add cover page and use citations and references as appropriate. The elements of this lesson plan are: You may want to review the Lecture in Module One about the Backward Lesson Plan process . In this model instead of beginning with the means – content in the textbook, exam questions, etc. – the Backward Design starts with the end! There are three steps in this process: Ensure that you include the content standards. Varies depending on your goals can be ANCC, AHA et Identify the desired results based on your experience, course outcomes or objectives, standard of practice, etc. Example : of desired results Students should be able to conduct a cardiac assessment including health history, risk identification and physical exam.
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