Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience

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Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience
Summary of Teaching Plan
The idea of teaching a community about possible attacks on our country was one thought, but actually giving them the knowledge of what the various ways to, ultimately, defend themselves was a much greater cause. The possibilities that we may face a biological terrorist attack is quite real. We have seen the horrors of 9-11, we are aware of the wars and hatred; which gives us as human beings all the more reason to learn about these tactics. This presentation was probably the toughest thing I’ve ever had to do. Public speaking isn’t my strongest trait; however, I believed this was my nursing duties to give complete strangers the knowledge that might save their lives one
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Not many of the individuals that were a part of my presentation knew much about such an event could happen or even knew that this has already taken place. My first reaction to this was just about the same. I had no clue this was an actual thing, or that it has happened in previous years. This wasn’t an interest of mine before starting the project, and I can’t imagine many other individuals would take this subject as a part of their life unless they had no choice. The response I received from the learning group was a mix of many positive and curious reactions. However to my surprise there were also a few responses that actually contributed and added on some other important and beneficial information.
Community Response to Teaching
Those who attended my presentation and teaching of bio terrorism seemed to be a little reluctant and first; however, when I proceed to give my analysis on the subject they eased into it quite well. It wasn’t hard to get these individuals to understand the importance of the matter at hand. Not that we, as people in general, have been threated once again with this destructive warfare but that it was a certain possibility. Questions were being raised all most instantly as the presentation came to an end, on how and why and when these attacks can take place. I honestly gave my all when answering their questions, but the truth is I couldn’t explain that aspect of


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