Eating to decrease the risk of colon -rectal cancer

Eating to decrease the risk of colon -rectal cancer

orkshop Outline Format Student Name: Topic: Audience: Presentation Date: Workshop Title: Main Idea Briefly describe the content of the presentation. This section should respond to the question, “What am I trying to teach the audience?” Demographics: A statement about the intended audience – age, religion, ethnicity, race, physical, social, or emotional state. Introductory Activity – Do Now Workshop Objectives 1. 2. 3. Assessments How will you ask participants to demonstrate mastery of the participant learning objective(s)? Attach a copy of any assessment materials you will use, along with assessment criteria. Provide specific examples of your assessment. Formative Assessment: Briefly describe do not attach here Summative Assessment: Briefly describe do not attach here Resources Provide a comprehensive list of all necessary materials including technology, print and non-print resources, and any other items. Learning Activities (Teaching Strategy) Clearly describe the strategies and procedures that will be employed to achieve the instructional objectives. Strategies incorporate questions, statements, directions, actions, and the sequence in which they occur. Strategies also deal with how the presenter plans to structure and present new subject matter and relate it to the participants’ prior knowledge. They also indicate teacher and student roles in the lesson. This should be detailed enough so that any teacher could read the steps to implement the lesson. Clearly indicate where you are meeting each objective in the learning activities. Be sure to include how long each activity takes. Lesson should total 15 minutes in length. Describe how you will develop the workshop, what you will do to model or guide practice, what learning activities participants will be engaged in order to gain the key knowledge and skills identified in the student learning objective(s). Identify the instructional grouping (whole class, small groups, pairs, individuals) you will use in each phase of instruction. There should be smooth transitions between activities within the lesson and the lesson should have a summary activity. Assessments should help guide follow-up activities. Learning Activities will be put into the below format: