A lesson plan based on the experiential learning focusing on the physiotherapist teaching for the assessment of injuries is needed to be developed. The learners should be willing to participate actively in practical experiences. A learner should possess the ability to make judgment from the experiences obtained in the field works. Moreover, the learners should have the ability to utilize the skills of analyzing in order to conceptualize the experiences. The learners should also possess the skills of making proper decisions and problem-solving tactics, so that the ideas that are generated from experiences can be utilized efficiently (Practicepulse, 2014; Education Portal, 2014; The Regents of the University Of Colorado, 2014; Streetdirectory, 2014; Therapy Works, 2012; Gentry, 1990).
The objective of the lesson plan is to teach the learners about the benefits of physiotherapy in their day-to-day life in relation to the treatment services offered to individuals having injuries. Various types of injuries in knee, ankle, back and shoulder that may be identified among age groups ranging from child to adult can be treated with physiotherapy. Thus, the objective of the lesson plan is to create awareness among the learners regarding the various benefits of physiotherapy and their practical implications for having a better understanding about injuries and the treatment procedures.
The lesson plan should be designed in such a way that it provides a clear view of the topic to the learners. As the group of learners belong to the adult group, the way of teaching them falls under the category of pedagogy. The first stage of the lesson plan will be to design the objectives of the experiential learning in such a way that gives an in-depth knowledge of various aspects of physiotherapy. This phase will also include the outline of the practical experiments that the learners have to perform during their course of assignment, identification of the factors that will