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1 Principles of Nutrition Education Chapter 17 square6 Chapter 17 Nutrition Education Getting the Message to the Consumer!! Apply 6 Basic Educational Principles to Effect Change square6 Consonance square6 Relevance square6 Individualization square6 Feedback square6 Reinforcement square6 Facilitation
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2 Know Your Audience!! square6 Life Span square6 Children square6 Adolescents Relate to their interests Consider peer pressure Consider attitudes towards authority Address insecurities about physical changes Discuss mood changes square6 Adult Learners PMcMahon1.jpg Developing a Nutrition Education Plan Developing Lesson Plans square6 Focus on learner square6 Relate learning to real life situations square6 Personal Involvement – learn by doing
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3 Writing Instructional Objectives square6 Learner based square6 “By the end of the class, the student/client will be able to:” square6 SMART objectives square6 Specific square6 Measurable square6 Achievable square6 Relevant square6 Time-Bound
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  • Spring '11
  • McMahon
  • Nutrition Education, lesson Goal Objectives, Consonance Relevance Individualization, Nutrition Education Chapter

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