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  1.   Fire Safety
Lesson Plan ID: 13307 Title: Fire Safety Overview/Annotation: This is a week-long fire safety unit. Students will learn fire safety procedures, what firefighters do, and the difference in fighting fires in schools, home, forests and on water. Internet games will reinforce fire safety knowledge. Content Standard(s): TC2(K-2) 1. Identify basic part...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  2.   SAFETY UNIT: Spill and clean-up based on MSDS sheets
LESSON #3 SAFETY UNIT: Spill and clean-up based on MSDS sheets Summary: There will be four stations for this activity. At each station your group (picked by the sticks) will do generally the same activity, only the material will be different. At each station you will have the following materials: 5 different Material Safet...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Safety unit: project
LESSON #6 Safety unit: project Final Project: REPRESENT WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED You will do a presentation of some kind informing the students of Scott High School (or maybe just your class) about safety in the science classroom. You may do a poster, a skit, a song (rap), a power point presentation, a commercial or some othe...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   SAFETY UNIT: Anticipation guide for reading selection
LESSON #5 SAFETY UNIT: Anticipation guide for reading selection NAME DATE Directions: 1. Read the statements below and write a plus sign (+) in front of the ones you agree with and write a minus sign (-) in front of the ones you disagree with. 2. Read the reading selection that the teacher will pass out shortly. 3. Write...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Christina Yee - Geometry Shapes Playground Safety
Geometry Shapes Playground Safety Overview How safe are our neighborhood playgrounds? Using the latest statistics from the National Program for Playground Safety, students discover that most of the nation's playgrounds rate only a C. High schoolers observe and report on children at local playgrounds. They research the Internet for safety t...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Debating Safety Issues in the Oil Industry
9-10 Debating Safety Issues in the Oil Industry Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects History Social Studies Business Studies Summary Students will research the responsibilities of businesses, government, and workers regarding safety in the oil industry and hold an open forum to determine liability, award amounts, a...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Safety on the Ocean Ranger
6-8 Safety on the Ocean Ranger Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects Social Studies Geography Science Summary Students will research and illustrate diagrams and maps detailing the weather conditions during the time of the Ocean Ranger disaster, and assess the safety regulations in place at the time. Durati...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Safety in the Science Lab
Lesson Plan ID: 9890 Title: Safety in the Science Lab Overview/Annotation: Students, working in groups, write and produce a video on laboratory safety. This can be done as an interdiciplinary activity with the English and/or drama departments. Content Standard(s): SC(9-12) Biology 1. Select appropriate laboratory glassware, balances, time m...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   Safety Precautions for Cosmetology
Lesson Plan ID: 8110 Title: Safety Precautions for Cosmetology Overview/Annotation: Students will work together to make a list of safety precautions and then individually each student will create a poster depicting one or more of the safety precautions. Content Standard(s): BMA(9-12) Business Essentials 15. Demonstrate proper safety procedu...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Safety Is No Accident
Lesson Plan ID: 6693 Title: Safety Is No Accident Overview/Annotation: Students will work in teams to devise a safety checklist, complete a safety survey, and devise forms for reporting accidents. They will create, read, and interpret a bar graph from given information, research causes and prevention of accidents, list findings, and explain...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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