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LESSON PLANIDENTIFICATION- DATAName of Student Teacher : MR. Dinesh SharmaGroup : Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing Previous yearSubject : Medical Surgical Nursing : Unit : 5th unitTopic : AsthmaPlace : Classroom, Govt. College of NursingDate& Time : Duration : 45 min.Method of Teaching: Lecture cum DiscussionTeaching Aids : Chalk Board, OHP, and Transparency.Previous Knowledge : Students have some Knowledge regarding causes, sign/symptoms & management of Asthma.General Objective :-After the teaching the topic, student will be able to enhance their knowledge about Asthma, and apply this knowledge in their clinical practices.Specific objectives:-At the end of the teaching Students will be able to:-Define Asthma.Enlist causes of Asthma.Highlights different types of Asthma.Discuss sign/ symptoms of Asthma.Highlights diagnostic tests of Asthma.Explain management of Asthma.
S.N.TIMESPECIFICOBJECTIVESCONTENTSTeaching Learning activityEVALUATION1. 2.1min3minTo give self introduction.To give an introduction about Asthma.Asthma is a respiratory disease that narrows the airways. The condition is usually caused by a person's exposure to allergens, cold air, emotional stress or exercise. A person who suffers fromthe disease experiences wheezing, shortness of breath, tightening of the chest, and coughing. The disorder causes the airways to hyperactively produce mucus in reaction to various stimuli. The symptoms can be mild or life-threatening. Taking medications orchanging one's lifestyle can help control the problem.Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways SELF INTRODUCTION: -Good afternoon to all of you. I am Mr. DineshSharma,M.Sc. Nursing(pre.) student. Today I will be discussingabout ASTHMA, in front of you.Student teacher introducesthe topic Asthma.What do you know about Asthma?
in which many cells and cellular elements play a role, in particular, mastS.N.TIMESPECIFICOBJECTIVESCONTENTSTeachingLearningactivityEVALUATION3.4.2min7minTo define Asthma.To enlist the causes of Asthma.cells, eosinophils, T lymphocytes, macrophages, , neutrophils, and epithelial cells. In susceptible individuals, this inflammation causes recurrent episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness and coughing, particularly at night or in the early morning.

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