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Reviewer Name: ____________________________ Lesson Title: _______________________________ Lesson Number: ____________________________ Eating Smart • Being Active Curriculum Review Tool Assess the lesson by checking the column that most corresponds with your level of agreement with the statement at the left. Next, use the “Comments” column to explain or provide detail. You may attach additional pages for comments as needed. Also please mark up your copy of the lesson plan with comments and suggested changes. Flatter us by using your red pen freely! Symbol Key: SA = Strongly Agree A = Agree N = Neither Agree Nor Disagree D = Disagree SD = Strongly Disagree *Note to the reviewer: collectively our reviewers include experts in content, theory, adult learning, program, and program evaluation. The initial letter requesting your participation indicated your identified expertise. Please review the curriculum and respond to each assessment item with that/those expertise in mind. If you feel that an assessment item is outside of that expertise, feel free to skip that item; however, please denote with N/A so we’ll know you skipped it on purpose. Content of Lesson Plan SA A N D SD Comments Content, Design, and Layout: 1. Lesson is based on Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015- 2020 and the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. 2. Information is accurate, credible, current, based on research, and is free of sponsor/product bias. 3. The lesson is logically sequenced to achieve the desired learning outcome. 4. Essential topics are discussed in appropriate detail. 5. Lesson includes a variety of stimulating and interesting learning experiences, questions, projects, or suggestions for further action that involve the participant. Content, Design, and Layout, cont:
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Symbol Key: SA = Strongly Agree; A = Agree; N = Neither Agree Nor Disagree; D = Disagree; SD = Strongly Disagree Content of Lesson Plan SA A N D SD Comments 6. Concrete examples rather than abstract concepts are used. 7. The lesson incorporates visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning. 8. The leader's speaking role will be limited; learning is designed to be more participant-oriented. 9. Only 1 to 2 new concepts are introduced in one lesson. 10. In the For Your Information section, common misperceptions that may arise during the lesson are outlined. Key Messages: 11. The key messages (lesson objectives) are clearly stated. 12. All main points relate back to the stated key messages. 13. The key messages are introduced early and re- emphasized later. 14. Messages clearly describe desired behavior changes and how to achieve them. Target Audience and Desired Outcomes: 15. The lesson is written at an appropriate reading level for the participants. Any potentially unfamiliar words are defined clearly. 16. Information is appropriate to the age, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and lifestyle of the target audience. Free of cultural bias and stereotyping.
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