## Elbow anatomy memo (1)

Without looking first, can you write down the names that correspond to the following numbers?

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## Elbow anatomy memo (2)

Without looking first, can you write down the names that correspond to the following numbers?

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## Elbow anatomy memo (3)

Without looking first, can you write down the names that correspond to the following numbers?

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## Physiology memo (1)

Without looking first, can you write down the names that correspond to the following numbers?

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## Pathology memo (1)

Without looking first, can you write down the names that correspond to the following numbers?

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## Pathology memo (2)

Without looking first, can you write down the names that correspond to the following numbers?

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## Pathology memo (3)

Without looking first, can you write down the names that correspond to the following numbers?

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## Teaching (3) How to plan student activity

Think about your participants – are they students, professionals, or carers?

What learning styles?

Decide what teaching methods you will use

Talk? brainstorm? small group discussion? use case studies? role play? work in pairs? demonstration?

3.Is there a deformity anywhere?

No = go to 5; Yes = 12

How might you teach ligaments?

Is there something like sticky tape to give a metaphor? How
might the student remember their names? perhaps fix just one firmly and then add another on top when
ready

Decide what equipment or aids and materials might be useful:

- Chair? Standing frame? Walking aid? white board? flip chart? handouts?

Decide what information is key/central to understanding

Become familiar with any activities you need to demonstrate

Use any equipment, practice the skill, prepare the printouts

Decide how you want the room arranged

lecture format? small groups? circle? using treatment beds? mats? Will you include equipment?

Check that you are providing a positive role model

Don’t talk over people, no question is stupid, be careful when correcting a skill

Plan the timing of your activity - how long will you speak? how long for discussion? how long for demonstration? how
long to practice a skill?