Transportation Safety Teacher Resources

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Students explore ways to promote safe driving on prom night. For this driver education lesson, students interview people about driving on prom night. Students design a poster with their researched quotes and discuss the topic in the hallways as a promotion event for safe driving on prom night.
Inform teenagers about safe driving techniques. Young journalists use the Internet to investigate safe driving practices and technologies then publish a manual for the teen drivers in their life.
Students identify safe driving practices and discuss new vocabulary to go along with it. They compare and contrast safe driving practices in the U.S. and the students' native countries.
Young scholars explore the rules and regulations drivers must adhere to. As a class, they list safe driving procedures and identify the consequences of driving while impaired. Students write questions about safe driving practices. This lesson is intended for young scholars acquiring English.
Students brainstorm possible causes for motor vehicle accidents involving teen drivers. For this biology lesson, students study national data regarding teen driving behaviors. They create awareness materials to help promote safe driving practices.
Young scholars explore the implications of teen driving. In this personal health lesson, students research and discuss impaired driving, seat belt usage, speeding, and distracted driving. Young scholars then create public awareness marketing campaigns that address the issues.
Students discuss the importance of wearing seat belts every time they are in a car. After identifying new vocabulary, they review some of the excuses others use not to wear their seat belts. They give a survey to their family members to determine the rate in which they wear their belts.
Students identify the "4 Steps for Kids" and how they can stay safer. In this important rules lesson, students take measurements and refer to a chart to identify their Safety Seat Number.  Students also discuss safety rules their families use for riding in a car.
Students explore the importance of wearing a seatbelt and the consequences of not. In this car safety lesson plan, students research seat belt safety and identify an audience to informa with their findings. Students can create a bulletin board, write a children's book, or create a PowerPoint for the subject. Students write a reflection paper for the lesson plan.
Students identify and explore the dangers of cell phone use while driving. In this car safety instructional activity, students research using a cell phone while driving. Students compile the information to create a presentation and write a reflection paper for what they learned.
Students explore safety issues and challenges related to various modes of transportation through readings and discussion. They create blueprints for technological methods to make those modes of transportation safer.
Students identify the locations on a map of the airplane crashes discussed in this instructional activity. After watching a video, they discuss the importance of an investigation after a plane crash. They use the same information as the investigators and discover how they determined the cause of the crash. To end the instructional activity, they compare their findings with other groups.
In this Google's new car worksheet, students read the article, answer true and false questions, complete synonym matching, complete phrase matching, complete a gap fill, answer short answer questions, answer discussion questions, write, and more about Google's new car. Students complete 10 activities total.
Students identify the different types of car seats. In this adult health lesson, students describe the proper way of restraining a child in the car. They solve real life scenarios given in class.
Students practice safe driving on a scooter, following the "rules of the road", to develop fitness.
High schoolers research the police ticketing of teens in their city or county. They determine if the police are targeting teens and why. Students explore other ways the community tries to ensure safer teen drivers. They survey teens in school. High schoolers write a news feature about the ways the community tries to ensure safer teen drivers.
Middle schoolers research the Internet to gain information on a given topic.  In this research lesson students obtain information on the Internet and put the information they found into a Word document. 
Young scholars research the current driving laws. They investigate what has happened in states that do have tougher laws to restrict passengers with teen drivers. Students discuss the pros and cons of making a change in their state.
Students research the current driving laws, particularly as they apply to teens. Students interview state legislators perhaps to see if they think this is a good idea. Students write an in-depth article about teen driving and the effect of passengers on safety. Students write an editorial to go along with your in-depth article.
Learners research safe driving habits. They complete a team project about safety hazards and learn strategies to avoid hazard or injury while driving. They practice making appropriate decisions while driving.