Injury Prevention and Safety Teacher Resources
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Students brainstorm hazards in the kitchen, and categorize them. They develop a checklist that could be used by an inspector to evaluate a home economics foods laboratory. They create a recipe while using proper lab and safety procedures.
Students explore Earth science by investigating natural disasters. In this earthquakes instructional activity, students discuss the impact of tectonic shifts in our planet and the eventual outcome of earthquakes. Students view a video on-line which demonstrates proper safety precautions to take before an earthquake happens.
In this electrical worksheet, students answer a series of 17 questions about electrical shock and electrical safety. This worksheet is printable and the answers are available on-line.
In this climbing worksheet, students fill out short answer questions using their workbook about climbing and safety in order to get a merit badge. Students complete 12 questions total.
Students examine the potential health dangers of mountain climbing in high altitudes and deep-sea diving. They write a health and safety column for a fictional magazine about extreme outdoor sports that explains the risks involved in these activities.
Seventh graders take a survey to determine their attitudes toward sexuality. In groups, they identify female and male reproductive organs and develop a list of secondary sex traits during puberty. They also discuss the stages of the menstrual cycle and how the fetus develops. To end the lesson, they discuss how to prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
Learners explore the function of the ears. In this sense of hearing lesson, students read the book Polar Bear, Polar Bear What Do You Hear and discuss the things the Polar Bear heard. Learners construct simple musical instruments and use their ears to identify the sounds of the instrument.
High schoolers are given a laboratory activity, they operate and maintain equipment according to manufacturer's recommended standards. Students are given a laboratory situation, comply with equipment safety zones according to industry standards on an assessment instrument. Also, high schoolers are given safety symbols, interpret symbols with an accuracy of 100% on an assessment instrument.
Learners discuss safety procedures of how to be prepared in an earthquake, discuss plate boundaries, and complete a worksheet. In this earthquake lesson plan, students also make an emergency kit.
This merit badge workbook for swimming provides a checklist of achievements necessary to secure this Boy Scout badge. It includes 10 potential health concerns related to swimming and asks about their prevention and treatment. This is a thorough evaluation of swimming-related knowledge.
Students observe their own daily rhythms by going to bed earlier and seeing what happens to their day afterwards. In this sleep lesson plan, students experiment with their own sleep cycles and answer questions about what happened because of the change in sleep.
In this boy scout merit badge: motorboating activity, 8th graders research the topic with the websites listed, answer 6 detailed questions about safety, first aid, types of motors, maintenance, laws, and equipment, then demonstrate boat-handling skills.
Students take a personal inventory about behaviors. They determine if there are risky behaviors present that could be harmful. The inventory is used to help students examine how to make healthy decisions.
Students are introduced to how to practice science experiments safely outside of school. In groups, they create a poster showing the safety guidelines and responses to specific situations should they occur. They also practice using different scientific tools properly.
Students write a persuasive letter encouraging a friend to be sun safe. They identify safety precautions that can prevent injury from UV rays. Students circle the most effective sun safety items from the list on the board. They discuss why it is important to protect themselves from the sun.
Students identify and practice the proper techniques for conducting an emergency rescue and transport of an injured person. In this health lesson, students examine circumstances to determine if and how patients should be safely moved after an injury.
Students study and are evaluated on the use of arc welding equipment. They demonstrate safety techniques by changing the lens and head gear on a welding helmet.
Students explore skin cancer rates within the United States. In this social studies lesson, students create a choropleth map of the United States that shows melanoma rates by state. Students write a public service announcement about sun safety.
Learners recognize threatening situations and methods to get help.
Students explain how eyes function, how to prevent eye problems, the types of refractive errors, and the common low vision and eye disease problems. They receive professional development points upon successful completion of an assessment.