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Accompaniment to Schoology

Teaching the Muscular System to Students

 

Teaching the Muscular System to Students 

 

Teaching the Muscular System to Students

INSTRUCTIONAL PROBLEM

Analysis:

Students of UWI Open Campus enrolled in a Beginner’s Massage Course do not know the workings of the muscular system, as they have not had prior knowledge of anatomy but at the end of the course, they will be able to name most of the muscles of the human body and have a working knowledge of the functions of the muscles and muscular system.

CONTEXT ANALYSIS

Learners:

General Characteristics:

  • Gender – Both male and female are enrolled in the course. 10 females and 5 males.
  • Age – Ranging from 20 to 50 years old.
  • Education – All students have up to a secondary level education minimum.
  • Work experience – All students have worked in varying fields but none that involved anatomy knowledge. Work experience will give them a basis on how to behave with others of different ages, as opposed to being of only school-aged whereby they are with peers of only their age.
  • Ethnicity & Religious Background – Not relevant to the problem but all students are from mixed ethnic backgrounds and religions.

 

Entry Competencies:

The only pre-requisite for the course is a secondary school education and have working knowledge of a computer. This pre-requisite was met by all students. 

They must be able to:

  • Use a computer to access muscle games, videos and get notes.
  • Understand English with reading, written and speaking skills.
  • Students must be 4’ 5”.

Although the course is open to everyone, it has a height minimum of 4 feet 5 inches, as the massage beds cannot adjust to make anyone shorter comfortable and stave off physical injury. Students must also have access to a computer for their notes and have the ability to access information that will be on Schoology.com, a Learning Management System. Obviously, the class is run in English only, so English must be spoken, written and read well.

  • Schoology.com will also be discussed, to ensure students have the code with which to enter the course online and understand how to use it.
  • They will be advised that informal assessments will be done in class in the form of the instructor asking questions in subsequent classes. 

 

This course will be a blended course, so students would have been in a face-to-face class three (3) times before the three (3) online ones, then have face-to-face again, as it is a course that requires some practical, face-to-face interactions.

Therefore, the following are how the three (3) online classes will be planned.

ONLINE LESSON PLAN 1

 

 

 

 

Date: 4 NOVEMBER 2016

Subject: The Muscular System

Topic: Understanding the Muscle

Online Class: 1

 

No. of Students: 15

Boys: 5

Girls: 10

 

Age Range: 20 – 50

Average Age: 35

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives

  • Students will be able to define the muscular system.

 

 

  • Students will be able to identify 3 types of muscles and the functions of each.

 

 

  • Students will be able to examine pain and stress.

 

 

  • Students will apply personal experiences through the discussion about pain and stress.

 

  • Students will create a table for diseases and disorders of the muscular system.

 

 

Previous Knowledge/Experience/

Aptitude/

Attitude/

Disposition/

Perceptions/

  • Students will have prior knowledge of the Skeletal System and its workings.
  • They need not have experience in muscular anatomy but a willingness to learn is essential.
  • They must be motivated and willing to participate in group activities.
  • They will feel they have to ability to accomplish the objectives given to them.

 

         

 

 

CONTENT OF THE LESSON:

 

Sections

Teacher Activities

Learner Activities

Assessment

One - 2 hours

 

  • Define the Muscular System
  • Define the types and functions of each type of muscle.
  • Diseases and disorders of the system.

 

The instructor will:

  • Provide a video that explains the objectives of the lesson.
  • Provide videos and notes for students.
  • Provide exercises in the form of a test and collaborative table to create.

 

 

The learner will:

  • Read the online notes.
  • Look at the online video resources.
  • Undertake the exercises.

 

 

  • Understanding of the muscular system will be assessed by a multiple choice and true/false quiz.
  • A table will be completed by students in order to start evaluating diseases and disorders of the muscular system.

 

Two  - 1 hour

 

  • Examine Pain.
  • Examine Stress.
  • Compare and contrast stress and it alleviation.

 

The instructor will:

  • Provide video about stress and its effects on the body.
  • Provide a discussion on stress for students to contribute to.

 

The learner will:

Discuss with colleagues what kinds of stress exist, how it may manifest and how it can be relieved.

 

 

 

  • Students will also be asked to discuss their own experiences of stress and how to alleviate it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ONLINE LESSON PLAN 2 NEVES

 

 

 

 

Date: 11 NOVEMBER 2016

Subject: The Muscular System

Topic: Considering Individual Muscles

Online Class: 2

 

No. of Students: 15

Boys: 5

Girls: 10

 

Age Range: 20 – 50

Average Age: 35

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives

  •  Students will be able to define the individual muscles of the muscular system.
  • Students will be able to explain how the individual muscles interact with each other

 

  • Student will understand causes of  muscle  injuries

 

  • Students will be in  a position to look at different accident examples and determine which  muscles may have been injured

 

  • Student will recall personal experiences of past and present muscle injury and explain the causes

 

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Previous Knowledge/Experience/

Aptitude/

Attitude/

Disposition/

Perceptions/

  • Students will have prior knowledge of the Skeletal System and its workings.
  • They need not have experience in muscular anatomy but a willingness to learn is essential.
  • They must be motivated and willing to participate in group activities.
  • They will feel they have to ability to accomplish the objectives given to them.
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CONTENT OF THE LESSON:

 

Sections

Teacher Activities

Learner Activities

Assessment

One - 2 hours

 

a. Define the individual muscles of the upper torso

b. Look at the structure of the   individual muscles

c. Compare and contrast the individual muscles

The instructor will:

Have a live hook up with Dr Sammy White from

the Institute of Chiropractic intervention from

Australia. He would discuss the function of the individual cells of the upper torso

 

 

The learner will:

                    Read the online notes.

                    Look at the online video resources.

                    Undertake the exercises.

                    Ask Dr Sammy questions.

 

 

 

 

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Two  - 1 hour

 

  • Understand

the causes, prevention and therapies for

injuries

The instructor will:

Show a video about injury and its prevention

in the upper torso of the human body.

 

Give a report of the kinds of muscular injuries

often noticed at the Port of Spain General Hospital

 

The learner will:

1 Organize themselves in  groups

 of 3 to give five groups. Videos of olympic

  finalists who were injured in different

sporting disciplines would be viewed by each group. A different one for each group..

Students will discuss the causes and

prevention of these injuries.

 

2 Compete in an extempo blow out  where

the lecturer would give the names of individual muscles as the starting point for the song

 

 

 

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Price: £ 79

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