Introduction to HOSA – Part 2 Lesson Plan Student Learning Objective: Instruction in this lesson should result in students achieving the following objectives: 1. Identify various facts about the HOSA organization. 2. Describe the different national HOSA Competitive Events. List of Resources: Leadership Grab Bag (see attached sheet for details) Website Scavenger Hunt (one for each student) Competitive Events Puzzle Pieces (see attached sheets) List of Equipment, Tools, Supplies, and Facilities: Writing surface Leadership Grab Bag items (see attached sheet for details) Website Scavenger Hunt copies List of Competitive Events Competitive Events Puzzle Pieces Computers with Internet access Terms: The following terms are presented in this lesson (shown in bold italics): There are no new terms for this lesson. Introduction/Interest Approach: Use an interest approach that will prepare students for the lesson. Teachers often develop approaches for their unique class and student situations. A possible approach is included here. Review yesterday‟s lesson briefly, spending time to discuss the term “leadership”. Pass the leadership grab bag around the room and have each student take a zip-lock bag from the grab bag. Now, instruct the students to find the person who has the item that matches theirs. When they find their partner, they should brainstorm ideas on how their item relates to leadership. Give them about 2 minutes to formulate their answers. Go around the room and have each pair share their item and how it relates to leadership with the class. Page 2/ HOSA Lesson Plan # 2 Summary of Content and Teaching Strategies: Objective # 1 Identify various facts about the HOSA organization. Anticipated Problem: When was the organization founded? Etc. Using the HOSA websites (www.hosa.org, www.hosa.cccs.edu) have students complete the Website Scavenger Hunt Check the answers together as a class. Objective # 2 Describe the different national HOSA Competitive Events. Anticipated Problem: How many national Competitive Events are there? What are the names of the Competitive Events and their focus? II. HOSA offers a variety of Competitive Events that allow students to make a difference in their own lives, careers and communities. These Competitive Events give members the satisfaction of knowing the have made a positive impact and can provide them with recognition for their accomplishments. A. See listing of Competitive Events Page 3/ HOSA Lesson Plan # 2 Review/Summary. Use the student learning objectives as the basis for review and summary. Have students explain the content associated with each objective. Use their responses in determining which objectives and concepts need to be re- taught. Application. Use the Website Scavenger Hunt and the National Competitive Events Puzzle Activity to apply the information presented in this lesson. Evaluation. Evaluation should be based on student comprehension of the learning objectives. This can occur during instruction, review, or later as students apply the information. The attached sample written test can also be used. Answers to Sample Test Part One: Matching 1. e 2. a 3. f 4. d 5. b 6. c Part Two: Completion 1. 1976 2. Find the answer on the national website: www.hosa.org Part Three: Short Answer 1. make realistic career goals, be flexible for inevitable career changes, manage basic survival skills, build self-esteem, develop enthusiasm and maintain motivation, communicate more effectively, interact with health care and community professionals, develop workplace readiness skills. 2. Acknowledgements. Introduction lesson plans were originally developed by Marta Lockwood, Illinois FCCLA State Adviser. The HOSA Website Scavenger Hunt was originally developed by Cindy Perry, Health Science teacher at Ebbertt Education Center in Anderson, Indiana. Name: Test Introduction to HOSA – Part 2 Part One: Matching Instructions: Match the Competitive Event with the correct category. a. Health Science Events b. Health Professions Events c. Emergency Preparedness Events d. Leadership Events e. Teamwork Events f. Recognition Events 1. Parliamentary Procedure, Creative Problem Solving, Biomedical Debate 2. Medical Terminology, Dental Terminology, Medical Math, Nutrition 3. National Service Project, HOSA Week, Outstanding HOSA Chapter 4. Researched Persuasive Speaking, Extemporaneous Health Poster, Medical Photography 5. Clinical Specialty, Medical Assisting, Nursing Assisting, Physical Therapy 6. Epidemiology, MRC Partnership, EMT Part Two: Completion Instructions: Complete the following statements. 1. HOSA was founded in the year ____________. 2. ______________ __________ ___________________ is where this year‟s National Leadership Conference will be held. Part Three: Short Answer Instructions. Answer the following questions. 1. List 3 of the 8 „things‟ that HOSA helps students develop. 2. List one Competitive Event and explain how that Competitive Event helps members prepare for a career. Leadership Grab Bag Activity Preparation: Prepare two or three identical zip-lock bags (depending on how many you want in a group) for each item listed below. Place the zip-lock bags with the single items in a large grocery bag. Examples of items to use: Paper clips, post-it notes, rubber bands, chewing gum, computer disks, Kleenex tissues, pennies or nickels, pencils with erasers, white out, matches, lifesavers candy, index cards, highlighters, etc. Directions: 1. Pass the bag around the group and have each student pull one of the items out. 2. Have students find the person(s) that have the same item as they have. 3. Once paired up, the students should brainstorm how their item relates to leadership. Example: rubber bands relate to leadership because as leaders we are often forced to stretch ourselves or rubber bands can help bring things together like leaders bring people together to accomplish a task. 4. Have each group share their item and how it relates to leadership with the large group. 5. Emphasize that leadership skills can be gained through participating in HOSA. Name _______________________ Date _________________ Go to www.hosa.org to retrieve information. Answer the following questions NEATLY, using blue or black ink. 1. What is the National Theme for this school year? 2. Which state submitted the national theme? 3. What do YOU think the national theme means? 4. In what year was HOSA founded? 5. What is the mission of HOSA? 6. What books are on the list for Medical Reading? 7. Check Section B of the HOSA Handbook for a listing of competitive events. List the six categories (i.e. Health Science Events) 8. What does ―extemporaneous‖ mean? (Pull up the pdf file to read about one of these events to help you arrive at your answer. You may have to see what the 3 extemporaneous events have in common to answer this question.) 9. Where will the next National Leadership conference be held? 10. What is the name and email address of the State Advisor for Colorado? 11. In what month is the national conference held? 12. Look in the student handbook section for member services. Find the section titled ―How Does HOSA Help You?‖ and list the eight things HOSA helps students develop. (i.e. ―communicate more effectively‖) HOSA National Competitive Events Puzzles Using the national Competitive Events sheets below, prepare puzzles for each of the Competitive Events by doing either of the following options: 1. Print each row and mount it to a colored piece of construction paper. Cut the paper into a puzzle. 2. Print each row and cut in half (or thirds) on the solid line. Mount the picture to one side and the description to the other side of a colored piece of construction paper. Cut the paper into a puzzle. 3. Puzzles should be cut so that each person in the class would have a piece. 4. Randomly distribute the pieces among the students and ask them to find the other pieces and be seated with their partners. 5. Go around the room and have each group talk about their national Competitive Event and read the description of the Competitive Event. COLORADO HOSA COMPETITIVE EVENTS – WHAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU? Health Science Events Event What? Who? Medical Terminology These events are written tests. They include Do you do well on written tests? Do you Dental Terminology 100 questions and some tiebreaker questions. like to study and learn the facts? Can you The event guidelines contain resources to help copy your existing knowledge to new the HOSA member in deciding what to study. information in order to figure out the answer? Medical Spelling Both events are like a traditional spelling bee. Are you a naturally good speller? Are you Dental Spelling Competitors must correctly spell a randomly cool and able to think under pressure? Are selected word. One miss and you sit. The last you willing to study and learn medical or remaining competitor wins. dental terms, and all the root words, prefixes, and suffixes? Medical Math Competitors learn the conversion table in the Do you love math? Are you willing to event guidelines and then solve math problems learn the conversion tables? to complete a 50-question test plus the breaker problems. Knowledge Tests These events are 100-item written tests. Do you do well on written tests? Do you Human Growth and Competitors select one of the knowledge tests like to study and learn the facts? Can you Development to take, study the area using the resources and apply your knowledge to new information Nutrition following the event guidelines, and then take in order to figure out the answers? Pathophysiology the test for competition. Concepts of Healthcare Pharmacology Health Professions Events Event What? Who? Biotechnology These events involve both a written test and Do you plan to pursue a health career in Clinical Nursing skill performance related to a specific health any of the skill event areas? career. (With the exception of Clinical Clinical Specialty Specialty.) Competitors practice, practice, and practice until they are proficient in ALL the Are you willing to take the time to learn Dental Assisting skills in the event guidelines. all the skills in the event guidelines? Home Health Aide During the actual event, competitors take the Are you willing to demonstrate your skills Medical Assisting written test and then may go to a clinical site to to one or more judges? perform one or more of the skills in the Medical Lab Assisting guidelines. Do you prefer to work alone? Nursing Assisting Skill events offer an excellent opportunity to *Personal Care extend classroom learning and to work directly Can you apply your knowledge in a with health professionals in your chosen career written test? Physical Therapy field. Sports Medicine Veterinary Assisting Emergency Preparedness Events Event What? Who? CERT Certified Emergency Response Team includes This 2-person team event will require you skills needed to respond to their community’s to use critical thinking skills in the immediate needs in the aftermath of a disaster, scenario and will be timed and evaluated. when emergency services are not immediately available. CPR/First Aid These skill events are for two-member teams Do you want to work with a partner? Do EMT who take a written test and then work together you want to become skilled in providing to demonstrate their skills in a simulated emergency care? Are you willing to study emergency situation. and practice the skills and knowledge outlined in the event guidelines? *Personal Care These events are similar to other skill events. Do you want to improve your skills in the *First Aid/Rescue They are designed for secondary HOSA area of patient care? Do you want to learn Breathing members with special needs, and involve the more about first aid? Do you like to demonstration of selected skills as described in compete against other HOSA members to the event guidelines. prove your skills? Epidemiology This event is a written test and a case study Do you like to figure out the why and how relating to epidemiology – the study of the of people falling ill? Do you want to effects of health and disease in populations. improve your scientific literacy? Do you want to learn more about public health careers? MRC Partnership This event is to encourage HOSA members Do you like to develop relationships with and chapters to develop a partnership with the adults involved in health care? Do you Medical Reserve Corps. like to plan activities to promote HOSA and the Surgeon General’s priorities? Do you want to learn more about the Medical Reserve Corps? Public Health This team event is to teach others about public Do you like to speak in front of Emergency health emergencies. Each year, a topic is audiences? Do you like to present Preparedness selected for the public health emergency. The information to groups of people? Do you team develops a presentation to educate the have a desire to learn more about public public on the specific topic. health? Leadership Events Event What? Who? You’ll be given a secret topic related to the Do you want to improve your public Extemporaneous HOSA theme (ask your advisor for this year’s speaking skills? Can you express yourself Speaking theme) and will have 10 minutes to prepare a clearly, distinctly, and with passion? Can 2-4 minute speech. Judges will rate your you think on your feet? Are you daring speaking skills and how well you cover the enough to walk into the virtual unknown ―surprise‖ topic. You can practice this event by and turn it into a speech in 10 very quick asking your friends, family, and HOSA advisor minutes? to make up secret topics for you. Researched Persuasive This event allows you to take a stand, either Do you wan to improve your public Speaking for or against one of three selected topics. speaking skills? Can you use facts to You’ll research the topic to gather facts to support your opinion convincingly? Can support your opinion, write a paper, and then you think on your feet? Are you willing to give a speech to a panel of judges. After your write a paper that clearly takes a stand, and speech, you’ll answer questions from the supports the issue at hand? judges about the topic you presented. Extemporaneous Competitors are given a secret topic that is Do you want to improve your writing Writing health related, and have one hour to write an skills? Can you express yourself clearly in essay on the topic. writing? Do you have a general understanding of health related issues? Do you have neat handwriting or good work processing skills? Medical Photography Competitors showcase photographs taken of Do you like photography? Like to take different health science careers. pictures? Like to explore different health science careers? Job Seeking Skills In this event, competitors write a resume, fill Do you want to improve your ability to get out a job application, and then participate in a a job? Do you have access to a computer simulated job interview. Your resume must and printer where you can create an look professional. Your job application must impressive resume? Do you understand the be complete and very neatly done. Finally, you role and responsibilities of someone in the must be able to speak with knowledge and job you are applying for? Do you have confidence in your interview. neat handwriting or good work processing skills? Extemporaneous Competitors in this event create a visual Do you like to express yourself creatively? Health Poster display of a health career issue/topic using Can you take information and illustrate poster board and pencils, crayons, a ruler, ink that information? Can you work neatly and pens, colored markers/pencils, erasers, artistically? charcoal, pastels, and a pencil sharpener. The key focus is on the development of the secret topic (health issue) and the quality of information presented. *Interviewing Skills This event includes filling out a job application Do you want to improve your ability to get and being interviewed by judges. It is for a job? Do you understand the role and secondary HOSA members with special needs. responsibilities of someone I the job you are apply for? *Speaking Skills This event involves giving a prepared speech Do you want to improve your public to a panel of judges. It is for secondary HOSA speaking skills? Can you express yourself members with special needs. clearly, distinctly, and with passion? Can you write a speech that is uniquely you and shows a deep understanding about HOSA? Prepared Speaking This event involves giving a prepared speech Do you want to improve your public to a panel of judges. speaking skills? Can you express yourself clearly, distinctly, and with passion? Can you write a speech that is uniquely you and shows a deep understanding about HOSA? Teamwork Events Community This is a community service event. Chapter Do you work well as a member of team? Awareness members work within their community to Will you carry out your responsibilities as select a health-related issue and then raise part of the project? Would you like to community awareness of that issue. The present your ideas and activities in a product of the project is a notebook of creative and professional way (either by activities and an audiovisual presentation that computer or by other, more traditional, presents the project. The presentation will means)? Do you truly desire to help your consist of 2-4 HOSA members. community by providing health information? HOSA Bowl Teams of four HOSA members take a 50-item Do you work well as a member of a team? multiple choice written test on HOSA Do you like to study and memorize health knowledge, parliamentary procedure, medical care facts, HOSA information, and knowledge and medical history. Teams that parliamentary procedure? Do you have score high enough go on to play in a single quick recall under pressure? elimination tournament by ringing a buzzer before the other team and correctly answering the most questions. Health Education This event involves a team of 2-4 members Do you work well as a member of a team? who select a health-related concept or Do you like to teach others? instructional objective, then prepare a lesson, Would you like to present your ideas and provide instruction, and evaluate results. The activities in a creative and professional instruction must include the use of presentation way (either by computer or by other, more tools such as a student-made video, computer traditional, means)? demonstration software, slides, overhead transparencies, or any other form of media. Parliamentary In this event, teams of 5-8 members learn Do you work well as a tem member? Will Procedure about parliamentary procedure. For you study Robert’s Rules of Order (Newly competition, they take a 50-item written test. Revised) and learn how to conduct a Then, after having 15 minutes to analyze a business meeting? Do you think well on secret problem, they conduct a simulated your feet? business meeting, addressing the motions in the secret problem. Creative Problem Teams of 3-4 members will take a written test Do you work well as a member of a team? Solving on 2 books they have already read, and the Do you have good critical thinking and teams with scores in the top-half will continue problem solving skills? Do you think well on to the problem solving round where they on your feet? are given a secret problem related to a health issue. They have 30 minutes to analyze the problem and then 10 minutes to present their solution to a panel of judges, who will ask questions about their solution and the problem Biomedical Debate This event will consist of a formal debate Do you like to debate? Do you like to loosely following the Lincoln-Douglas debate collect information and organize data? Do format. The new topic of debate will be you work well as a team member? announced annually. The teams will consist of 3-4 members. Career Health Display Teams of two competitors shall develop a Do you like to express yourself creatively visual display of a specific career in health, or and can concisely and expressively a cluster of careers, by using a variety of illustrate information? Do you work well mediums. as a team member? Forensic Medicine Written tests and forensic medicine case If you watch and are fascinated by the studies—oh my! Try your hand at both in this forensic experts on CSI and have a strong event. stomach, this event is for you! Public Service What do you have to say about health Creative? Outgoing? Interested in Announcement sciences? Partner with some friends and come producing a DVD? If you said yes, then up with ways to increase awareness or educate this event is for you. the general public on a healthcare issue or service. Medical Reading Teams of three competitors will be presented Do you like to read? questions by a panel of judges. These Do you retain information? questions will require the students to apply, Do you work well as a team member? analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information from reading the assigned books. Recognition Event What? Who? Outstanding HOSA Chapters plan activities all year following the Is your chapter active and involved? Are Chapter areas in the Outstanding HOSA Chapter you willing to take pictures and keep guidelines, and then create a scrapbook that records of chapter activities? Are you contains proof of those activities. The willing to follow the event guidelines and scrapbook is judged and chapters who get the do all the things an outstanding chapter is highest score earn gold, chapters with the judged by? second highest score are silver, and the third is bronze. National Recognition This event lets you learn about and practice in Do you want to be the best HOSA member Program a variety of HOSA activities that build you can be? leadership and organizational skills. Everyone who completes the National Recognition Program is recognized for this achievement. Healthcare Issues This event is a 100-item written test. It Do you do well on written tests? Do you Exam measures a HOSA member’s knowledge of like to study and learn the facts? Can you current health issues. All members who reach a apply your existing knowledge to new mastery level are awarded certificates of information in order to figure out the achievement. answer? National Service Does your chapter want to learn more and do Do you want to make a difference for Project more for another Healthcare organization? See another organization and the people they your advisor for this year’s project. All serve? chapters who participate are recognized. Barbara James Service This event provides recognition to individual Do you want to make a difference in your Award HOSA members for outstanding volunteer community? service in their community. HOSA members fill out an application that describes their volunteer efforts, and are recognized for their achievements. Chapter Newsletter Chapters are encouraged to submit their Does your chapter have a newsletter? newsletters for recognition at the national Well… send a copy to Indiana HOSA! level, and for possible inclusion of chapter activities in the HOSA National Magazine. HOSA Week HOSA chapters who identify volunteer Did your chapter complete activities activities in three goal areas that serve the during HOSA Week? school and community during HOSA Week Do you want recognition for activities you will receive recognition for their contributions. did during HOSA Week? These three goals are: 1) provide school or community service, 2) promote opportunities in health care, and 3) show appreciation to the health care community. Pin Competition The Pin Competition winner’s design will be Are you creative and artistic? Do you like (Colorado event only) featured on the trading pins used at the to draw pictures depicting Colorado and National Leadership Conference. HOSA to the US? Poster Competition The Poster Competition winner’s design will Are you creative and artistic? Do you (Colorado event only) be featured on the program for the Fall and/or want to participate in Fall and State State Leadership Conference(s). Leadership Conference? Learn more about these events by visiting www.hosa.org or www.hosa.cccs.edu.
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