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Which subjectHealth
What topicAnesthesiology
What length (min)30
What age groupDoesn't matter
Class size20
What curriculum
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Check previous homework
Ask some students to presents their homework
Add a physical break
Add group activities
Include homework
Show correct answers
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Number of slides5
Create fill-in cards for students
Create creative backup tasks for unexpected moments

Lesson plan




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Lesson Structure

Step Number Step Title Length Details
1 Introduction 2 min Introduce the topic of anesthesiology and its importance in medical procedures
2 Types of Anesthesia 5 min Go over the different types of anesthesia and their uses
3 Risks and Benefits 5 min Discuss the risks and benefits of anesthesia
4 Process of Administering Anesthesia 10 min Explain the process of administering anesthesia and the importance of following pre-anesthesia guidelines
5 Group Activity 5 min Divide the class into groups and have them discuss a case study involving anesthesia
6 Printable Card Activity 2 min Hand out printable cards and instruct students to fill them out during the lesson
7 Checking Printables 1 min Collect or randomly check the cards filled out by the students
8 Assign Homework 1 min Assign homework to be checked without asking students to present it in front of the class
9 Conclusion 4 min Recap the main points of the lesson

National Curriculum

The lesson corresponds to the national curriculum as it teaches students about an essential medical procedure and its risks and benefits. It also promotes critical thinking and group collaboration, as well as the importance of following guidelines.

Lesson script

Step 1: Introduction (2 min)

Teacher: Good morning/afternoon, students. Today, we are going to learn about the important role of anesthesiology in medical procedures. Anesthesiology aids in the prevention and relief of pain during surgery, and it plays a crucial role in ensuring a patient's comfort.

Step 2: Types of Anesthesia (5 min)

Teacher: In anesthesia, there are several types that we use. Can anyone name them? (Pause for a moment) There is local anesthesia, regional anesthesia, and general anesthesia. Each has a unique use, depending on the medical procedure and the patient's health condition.

Step 3: Risks and Benefits (5 min)

Teacher: While anesthesia is generally considered very safe, it can have some side effects or complications. For example, some patients may experience nausea and vomiting, breathing difficulties, or allergic reactions. However, the benefits of using anesthesia generally outweigh the risks.

Step 4: Process of Administering Anesthesia (10 min)

Teacher: Administering anesthesia is a complex process and requires a multidisciplinary team of healthcare providers. Before the procedure, patients must undergo a thorough medical evaluation to assess their eligibility for anesthesia. Then, they must follow specific pre-anesthesia guidelines to reduce the risk of complications. During the procedure, the anesthesiologist administers the appropriate type and dosage of anesthesia, monitors the patient's vitals, and adjusts the anesthesia's level accordingly.

Step 5: Group Activity (5 min)

Teacher: Please divide into groups of three or four. We have a case study to discuss. (Distribute case studies and ask them to discuss.)

Step 6: Printable Card Activity (2 min)

Teacher: Here, you have a printable card in front of you. (Distribute the cards) Write down the three most critical risks and benefits of anesthesia that we have learned in class.

Step 7: Checking Printables (1 min)

Teacher: Now that you are finished, can you please collect your cards and hand them to me? Or, if you'd like, you can hold them up, and I will check one at random.

Step 8: Assign Homework (1 min)

Teacher: Your homework tonight will be to read the handout with pre-anesthesia guidelines and answer a few questions that I have uploaded on our online platform. I won't ask you to present your homework in front of the class, but do make sure to complete it and submit it in a timely fashion.

Step 9: Conclusion (4 min)

Teacher: We have learned a lot today about anesthesiology's significance in medical procedures, various types of anesthesia, risks and benefits, and the process of administering anesthesia. Please take care of yourselves and follow all health guidelines. Thank you for your attention today.


| ------------ | ----- | ------------- | | Slide 1 | {Image: An anesthesiologist in hospital garments} | Introduction
- Importance of anesthesiology in medical procedures
- Prevention and relief of pain during surgery
- Ensuring a patient's comfort | | Slide 2 | {Image: Types of anesthesia} | Types of Anesthesia
- Local anesthesia
- Regional anesthesia
- General anesthesia
- Unique use of each type depending on the medical procedure and patient's health condition | | Slide 3 | {Image: Risks and benefits} | Risks and Benefits
- Side effects or complications of anesthesia
- Examples: nausea, vomiting, breathing difficulties, allergic reactions
- Benefits of using anesthesia generally outweigh the risks | | Slide 4 | {Image: Anesthesiologist administering anesthesia} | Administering Anesthesia
- A complex process requiring a multidisciplinary team of healthcare providers
- Thorough medical evaluation before the procedure
- Pre-anesthesia guidelines to reduce the risk of complications
- Anesthesiologist administers the appropriate type and dosage and monitors the patient's vitals | | Slide 5 | {Image: Students discussing a case study} | Group Activity
- Divide into groups of three or four
- Discuss a case study related to the topic | | Slide 6 | {Image: Printable cards} | Printable Card Activity
- Distribute printable cards
- Instruct students to write down the three most critical risks and benefits of anesthesia learned in class | | Slide 7 | {Image: Students handing in their cards} | Checking Printables
- Collect cards from students or have them hold them up
- Check one or more at random | | Slide 8 | {Image: Handout with pre-anesthesia guidelines} | Assign Homework
- Read the handout with pre-anesthesia guidelines
- Answer a few questions uploaded on the online platform | | Slide 9 | {Image: Thank you message} | Conclusion
- Recap of what was learned in class
- Reminder to take care of themselves and follow health guidelines
- Thank students for their attention throughout the lesson |


  1. What are the three different types of anesthesia and what are their uses?
  2. Can anesthesia have any side effects? If so, what are they?
  3. What is the process of administering anesthesia and who are the healthcare providers involved?
  4. What are the pre-anesthesia guidelines that patients have to follow and why is it important to follow them?
  5. Please give a brief summary of the case study your group discussed during class.

Submit your answers on the online platform provided by the teacher.


| -------- | ------ | | What is anesthesiology? | | | What are the three types of anesthesia? | | | What are some possible side effects of anesthesia? | | | What is the process for administering anesthesia? | | | What was the group activity about? | | | What is the purpose of the printable card activity? | | | What is the homework for tonight? | | | What is the conclusion of today's lesson? | |

Backup questions

  1. Can you think of a situation where local anesthesia would be more beneficial than general anesthesia or vice versa?
  2. What steps can be taken by patients or medical professionals to reduce the risk of complications during anesthesia?
  3. In the case study we discussed earlier, what type of anesthesia do you believe was most appropriate, and why?
  4. Can you think of any recent advancements in anesthesiology that have improved patient outcomes or reduced risks?
  5. If you were a medical professional administering anesthesia, how would you ensure that the patient is comfortable and feels safe throughout the process?