Published on March 15, 2014
Group 6 Project Greg Masters Lara Sabatino Mike Thompson Bob Zook
Overview Topic: Fire Prevention This course will provide fire prevention tips to keep you and your family safe from or in the event of a fire. Length: 7 days (Fire Prevention Week) Target Population: Grades 3-5
Objectives • Demonstrate an understanding of fire safety and prevention methods. • Construct and evacuation plan for the students’ family and home. • Describe the stop drop and roll process. • Identify and treat minor burns.
Outcomes Restate proper use and location of smoke detectors. Identify objects within the home that could be potentially dangerous. Explain what to do and what not to do around these objects. Discuss the differences in safety between gas and charcoal grills and campfires. Develop and explain their home evacuation plan. Recite what to do and not to do when escaping a smoke filled building. Examine and classify burns and describe proper care. Demonstrate Stop, Drop and Roll.
Assessment Quick Checks at end of each day’s lesson. Final Assessment following Hot Potatoes review activities. Types of assessment questions used include true/false multiple-choice short answer essay
Assessment Examples Select the objects that could be potentially dangerous in terms of causing a fire? stove refrigerator match telephone candle fireplace
Assessment Examples Smoke detectors should be placed on ______ floor(s) of your house?
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Overview of Group Process OBSTACLES • figuring out Moodle • inserting Power Point • editing HTML code • dividing work
Overview of Group Process PROBLEM SOLVING • searching the Internet for answers • reviewing textbook information • relying on group member’s expertise • assigning tasks
Overview of Group Process FUN MOMENTS • face-to-face meeting • seeing course come together • right now – we are almost done
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