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    Hime, Kirsten Oral Hygiene. Instructor's Packet. Learning Activity Package. California St te Dept. of Education, Sacramento. Bureau of Pukjlications. 82 28p:; For r lated document see CE 033 800. For other documents in the series see CE 033 788-811. Bureau of Publications, California Dept. of Education, P. O. Box 271, Sacramento, CA 95802 ($1.50). .,

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    ABSTRACT

    MF01 Plus Postage. PC Not Available from EDRS. Allied Health Occupations; *Allied Health Occupations Education; Check Lists;, *Dental Health; . Individualized Instruction; Instructional Mateials; Learning Modules; *Medical Services; *Patients; 'Performance Tests; Postsecondary.Education; Secondary Education; Teaching Guides

    This instructor's packet accompanies the learn ng activity package (LAP) on oral hygiene. Contents included in the packet are a time sheet, suggested uses for the LAP, an instruction sheet, final LAP reviews, a final LAP review answer key, 'suggested

    , activities, additional resources (student.handouts), student performance checklists for both assisting with oral hygiene and mouth care for an unconscious patient, and student completion cards.to issue to students as an indicator of successful LAP completion. (YLB)

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    "PERMISSION TO REPRODUCE THIS MATERIAL IN MICROFICHE ONLY HAS BEEN GRANTED BY

    TO THE EDUCATIONAL RESDURCES INFORMATION CENTER (ERIC)."

    CALIFORNIA STATE DEPARTMENT OF UN iCATION Wilson Riles, Superintendent of Public Instruc (ion

    Sacramento, 1982

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    ORAL HYGIENE INSTRUCTOR'S PACKET

    PREPARED BY: KIRSTEN HIME, RN

    INSTRUCTOR, RIVERSIDE COUNTY ROP'

  • This learning activity package, which was funded under Public Law 94-482 and Public kaw 9540, was prepared and published by tho California State Dopartmont of Education, 721 Capitol MaH, Sacramonto, CA 98814, and dishibuted undor the provisions of tho Library Distribution Act.

    1982

  • "Learning Activity Packages"

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    Instruciors dream olthaving the 'time and opportunits to enhame their teaching fechiugites developing supportim instructional nunenals4 first

    step toscaol this 'dream has been taAen still; the completion and

    presentation 01 this i ear-long protect. Twelve learning ac oval package

    base been developed lor itse in health occupations programs, 's

    represent main hours ol compo.sing, pasting, itamig,,eiliting, and revising bc the lour consultant writers. Their dedication, indivalualTh', find

    esperil se are rellin led in the Imul products. Topa Mc'ere ( hosen lor

    del-elopment 113 the ILISA Ione which Isere versatile and could he milized 1,1

    most health o«upanontmstructors. It Is the goal 01 all ol the members ol the

    lone that 3011 as a .health career educator these 1,4 Ps la the

    various Is als suggested and perchan«'' be motivated to develop more topics of

    lour min lollossing a similar lounal, II idiom c ()operation, sharing, ( (tong, and tillathl

    support 01 the

    toiloss itn; people and agencies, this prolect scould not lune been successful, the

    scarmest "thanA lulls to;

    Ilk' Project Coordinator, I Waal Bender I Ile ( (tailors, i\ris Ihme, arolin I ee, 1 law lunge. and Pamela .S'tarA 1 he Health ( onsulomi. lIeverb COMpbell. Vitae Department ol

    clo«Ition

    Office ol die Ris' 'nide (num Superintendent Scho(1ls, 1)on Aenit

    ,Superintenclent

    Debi Ikhrens, .Secretarv, ROP (lingo Davis. lea( her's 4 ide. IMP Kul Ihrector, IMP Ierr; / cicts. Printing. R,OP Pon ilarshall. Aloha ROI' lames ,Somsler. Coordinator, BOP

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  • CONTENTS

    INSTRUCTOR'S PACKET

    TIME

    SUGGESTED USES FOR THE MATERIALS

    INSTRUCTION SHEET

    ORAL HYGIENE ACHIEVEMENT"REVIEW 7

    ACTIVITIES 11

    RECOMMENDED QUICKIE SNACKS i 12 VI

    FACT, OR FICTION9 14

    DENTAL HEALTH 16

    STUDENT PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR ASSI.STING" WITH ORAL

    HYGIENE 17

    STUDENT PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR MOUTH CARE FOR AN

    UNCONSCIOUS PATIENT 18

    -

    COMPLETION CARDS 19

    WORK SHEET 20

    ;

    IV

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    INSTRUCTOR'S PACKET

    A LAP IS AN INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING ACTIVITY PACKAGE TO ASSIST

    THE STUDENT TO ACQUIRE KNOWLEDGE FOR A SPECIFIC TOPIC.

    INCLUDED IN THIS PAaLr ARE THE FOLLOWING:-

    1, SUGGESTED USES FOR LAP

    2, INSTRUCTION SHEET

    3. LAP REVIEW

    4. LAP REVIEW KEY

    5. SUGGESTED ACTIVITY LIST

    6. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

    7, STUDENT COMPLETION CARDS

    8, STUDENT WORK SHEET

  • TIME

    TIME REQUIRED WILL VARY WITH EACH STUDENT, BUT THE INSTRUCTOR

    SHOULD ALLOW AT LEAST MINUTES FOR THE STUDENT tO

    COMPLETE THIS LAP.

    (1)

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    SUGGESTED USES FOR THE MATERIALS INCLUDED IN THIS LAP ARE LISTED

    BELOW:

    REVIEW

    EVALUATION

    SPIRIT MASTERS

    XEROX

    HANDOUTS

    REMEDIAL WORK

    TOPIC CHALLENGE FOR STUDENT

    OVERHEADS

    DITTOS

    POSTERS

    MAKE-k WORK

    CLASSROOMVACTIVITIES

  • INSTRUCTION SHEET .

    GIVE EALH STUDENT A LAP..

    a' HAVE EACH STUDENT READ THE LAP AND COMPLETE THE REVIEW SECTIONS.

    THE STUDENT MUST GET EVERY QUESTION IN THE REViEW SECTION

    CORRECT BEFORE CONTINUING ON TO THE NEXT TOPIC. IF ALL OF'

    THE ANSWERS ARE NOT CORRECT) REPEAT THE SECTION OR TOPIC.

    WHEN THE LAP IS COMPLETED) THE LAP AND WORK SHEETS SHOULD BE TURNED

    Uki TO THE INSTRUCTOR) AND THE STUDENT SHOULD BE GIVEN-THE FINAL LAP

    REVIEW,

    4. AFTER ALL* OF THE FINAL LAP REVIEW QUESTIONS ARE ANSWERED CORRECTLY)

    THE STUDENT WILL RECEIVE A COMPLETION CARD, COMPLETION CARDS ARE

    INCLUDED IN THIS PACKET;

    THE TIME FOR COMPLETING THE LAP WILL VARY WITH EACH STUDENT.

    *IF THE STUDENT DOES NOT ANSWER ALL OF THE QUESTIONS CORRECTLY) RETURN

    THE LAP TO THE STUDENT FOR FURTHER REVIEW,

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    ACHIEVEMENT REVIEW ANSWER SHEET FOR ORAL HYGIENE

    ESSAY

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    2.

    MATCH I NG

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    3,

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  • ACHIEVEMENT REVIEW ANSWER SHEET

    TRUE OR FALSE

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  • ORAL HYGIENE ACHIEVEMENT REVIEW

    ESSAY

    1. WHY IS ORAL HYGIENE IMPORTANT FOR YOU, THE STUDENT?

    'HOW ARE- DENTURES KEPT WHEN THE PATIENT IS4 NOT WEARING THEM?

    THE PRI ZEWINNER

    WHAT PART DOES GOOD NUTRiTION AND NONSTICKY SNACK FOODS PLAY IN GOOD ORAL CARE?

    J)ESCRIBE BRIEFLY HOW YOU SHOULD BRUSH YOUR TEETH.

    MATCHING

    1. DENTURES

    2. SORDES

    GLYCERIN

    4. EMESIS BASIN

    FOWLERS

    6. CARIES

    7. BITE-BLOCK

    UNCONSCIOUS

    FLOSS'

    10. PLAQUE

    A. TOOTH DECAY

    B. LUBRICANT

    C. HEAD OF BED ELEVATED

    D. PARTIAL DENTAL PROTHESIS

    L. SORES IN THE MOUTH

    F. KIDNEY-SHAPED PAN

    G. FALSE TEETH THAT ARE REMOVABLE

    A 'DEVICE THAT CAN HOLD THE MOUTH OPEN

    f. DISEASE-CAUSING BACTERIA

    J. SOMEONE YOU CANNOT AWAKEN

    K, A DENTURE BRUSH

    L. I gON'T 100W DEVICE

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    STRING-LIKE THREAD THAT YOU USE TO CLEAN BETWEEN YOUR TEETH

  • TRUE OR FALSE

    1. You SHOULD ALWAYS REPORT UNUSUAL OBSERVATIONS.

    2, DENTURES RARELY CAUSE MOUTECOR GUM IR'RITATIONS.

    3. NUTRITION4IS IMPORTANT ToGtop ORAL HEALTH.

    ,FLOSSING ISN'T NECESSARY EVERYDAY.

    BACTERIA IS THE BASIC PROBLEM OF MOUTH-AND GUM DISEASE.

    6, HALITOSIS IS CAUSED BY FREQUENT BRUSHING.

    UNSWEETENED CEREAL IS ALL YOU SHOULD BUY IF YOU LIKE DRY CEREALS,

    POPCORN IS AN EXCELLENT SNACK FOOD.

    9. ALL BACTERIA ARE HARMFUL.

    10, IT.IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU BRUSH ONLY YOUR TEETH AND NOT YOUR GUMS.

    11, FLOSS GOES UNDER THE GUM LINE AND MUST CLEAN BOTH SIDES OF THE TOOTH SURFACE.

    12. You ALWAYS DO AS MUCH AS YOU CAN TO HELP THE PATIENT; YOU NEVER ENCOURAGE SELF-CARE.

    13. ALWAYS EXPLAIN THE PROCEDURE TO THE PATIENT EVEN THOUGH HE OR SHE IS UNCONSCIOUS. -

    14. IT IS NOT