Unit S5e – Introduction To Different Types Of Vaginal Discharge

AQA Unit Award Scheme

Centre Name: Midnight Learning Ltd
Centre No: 83015
Unit Code: 110277

110277

Unit Title:
INTRODUCTION TO
DIFFERENT TYPES OF VAGINAL DISCHARGE

On completion of this Unit, students will have:

experienced

1

undertaking a pre-training assessment of own background knowledge

Student completed worksheets

2

watching a PowerPoint presentation about the menstrual cycle

Teacher checklist

3

watching a PowerPoint presentation about normal vaginal discharge and fertility indicators

Teacher checklist

4

watching a PowerPoint presentation about bacterial causes of abnormal vaginal discharge

Teacher checklist

5

watching a PowerPoint presentation about the viral causes of abnormal vaginal discharge

Teacher checklist

6

watching a PowerPoint presentation about other causes of abnormal vaginal discharge

Teacher checklist

7

watching a PowerPoint presentation about unexplained vaginal bleeding

Teacher checklist

8

watching a PowerPoint presentation about cervical health and abnormalities

Teacher checklist

9

watching a PowerPoint presentation about age-related vaginal changes

Teacher checklist

demonstrated the ability to

10

identify and explain at least four menstrually associated fertility indicators

Student completed written work

11

identify and explain at least four causes and treatments of bacterial vaginal discharge

Student completed written work

12

identify and explain at least two causes and treatments of virally associated vaginal discharge

Student completed written work

13

identify and explain at least one cause and treatment of non-viral non-bacterial vaginal discharge

Student completed written work

14

identify and explain at least two causes and treatments of cervical abnormalities

Student completed written work

15

identify and explain at least two causes and treatments of age-related vaginal changes.

Student completed written work

Level Three

Background and recommended learning material is mentioned throughout the e-programmes, so that students can gain an in-depth, comprehensive understanding of each topic, in bite-sized amounts at a time.

There is no exam, but each element is monitored and assessed as the programme progresses. Students can enjoy learning through the use of different styles of educational material contained within each E-unit.