Welcome to Community Health Education Lesson Plans, a site for health educators looking for new and innovative health education lesson plans. The lesson plans on this site were created and developed by Temple University undergraduate public health students and are all available for free! While the lesson plans were developed for a specific target audience (e.g., high school students), they can be modified to teach in almost any setting, to almost any audience.
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About the Program
The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Public Health is housed within the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences of the College of Public Health at Temple University. The undergraduate curriculum prepares students for diverse careers in the public health field that focus on creating, implementing, and evaluating interventions and programs designed to improve the health status and quality of life for all individuals.
As one of the few accredited undergraduate public health programs in the country, the department offers a Bachelor of Science degree in public health that serves as a national model in which students study the broad range of public health concerns, including individual disease prevention and injury/harm reduction behaviors, distribution and development of disease through epidemiological assessment and community program development, implementation, and evaluation.
Students learn to use educational interventions to provide health information, gain experience in assessing the needs of target populations, clarify program goals and objectives, and develop strategies to motivate and involve their clients/patients in educational interventions.
If you have any questions about the lesson plans or this website, please reach out to:
Michelle Scarpulla, MPH, MCHES
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Temple University College of Public Health