This rhythm strip shows a good example of complete (third-degree) AV block with ventricular escape rhythm. It will be easy for your basic students to "march out" the P waves. They are regular at a rate of about 88/min., and they are either visible, or are "hiding" in the QRS complex. The ventricular rhythm is wide and very slow, and completely dissociated from the sinus rhythm.
For your more advanced students, you may want to discuss the likely origin or "level" of the block. Blocks above the Bundle of His can have JUNCTIONAL escape rhythms, while blocks that occur below the Bundle of His generally have ventricular escape rhythms. Ask your students which type of CHB they would prefer to have: suprahisian or subhisian - and why?