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Audience: Natives who live far away from the society

Purpose: To provide Natives a health care management and knowledge about African Tick Bite Fever
Goal: Individuals will give importance about proper hygiene and cleanliness

Objective Content Outline Methods of Teaching Time Allotted Resources Methods of Evaluation
(Instructional
Materials)
Following a 45–minute
teaching session, the
Natives will be able to:
1. Lecture about African Signs, symptoms, Lecture 15 minutes  Written/Pictorial Post Test
Tick Bite Fever prevention and clip chart
(Cognitive) management of African Tick
Bite Fever
2. The individuals will A. Identify Proper hygiene Demonstration 15 minutes  Wash cloth Observation of return
enumerate some Proper B. Some Proper Hygiene Return Demonstration  Soap demonstration
Hygiene and will do a 1. Wear clean clothes  Water
demonstration procedure 2. Washing hands  Toothbrush and
to those 3. Brush teeth toothpaste
(Psychomotor)

3. Identify abnormalities Recognize the unusual Instruction 5 minutes  Manila paper Post Test and Question
in the body and tell presence in the body that  Pen/Marker and Answer
parents to accompany will lead to African Tick Bite  Eraser
children to a doctor or Fever:  Chalkboard/board
health care practitioners.  Maculopapular
(Cognitive) Rash
 Eschar
4. Tell the importance of A. List the reasons and Group Discussion 10 minutes  Manila paper Question and Answer
A Proper Hygiene in importance of Proper  Pen/Marker
everyday life. Hygiene  Eraser
(Affective and Cognitive) B. Benefits of A Proper  Chalkboard/board
Hygiene