HLH 510 Safety Revised2

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Health Topic: Safety:

Health Topic: Safety Geoff Hurley, Matthew Ray, Kerri Valesey

The Big Overview:

The Big Overview Safety: Comprehensive Introduction

HECAT Health Behavior Outcomes:

HECAT Health Behavior Outcomes

NYS Health Education Standards:

NYS Health Education Standards

NHES National Health Education Standards:

NHES National Health Education Standards

Commencement Activity:

Commencement Activity Guest Speakers: Renee Compton, EMT & Richard Gunn Firefighter Standards NHES: S7.12.1- Analyze the role of individual responsibility in promoting safety and avoiding injury. S4.12.5- Demonstrate how to effectively offer assistance to improve the safety and injury prevention of others. HBO: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 NYSCC ELA SL. 2-Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually , quantitatively , and orally . Please w elcome our guest speakers As you listen to their talk, please take notes of the key points they make At the end of their lecture, there will be time for Q&A

Activity Extensions:

Activity Extensions Standards NHES : S7.12.1- Analyze the role of individual responsibility in promoting safety and avoiding injury. S4.12.5- Demonstrate how to effectively offer assistance to improve the safety and injury prevention of others. HBO : 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 NYSCC ELA SL.2-Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally . NYSCC ELA SL.2-Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations. Part 1: Create a list of questions you would like answered by our guest speakers Part 2: Taking the information you’ve learned from our guest speakers, and the research you’ve conducted independently design a webpage or presentation ( ppt / prezi ) to provide better information to your friends, family, and community Remember: Advocacy

“Real life” Dangers:

Watch this Video As you’re watching, take note of the big mistakes you see people making. Discuss with your elbow partner: What skills would you do need in this situation? How would you respond in these cases? Remember: Decision Making, Communication, Goal Setting “Real life” Dangers

Commencement: Emergency Safety:

Commencement: Emergency Safety Commentary: Today brought in two experts from the field to help our education programs; students will learn that emergency safety is all- encompassing. We emphasized advocacy, communication , decision making , and goal-setting skills that will enable students to enhance personal, family and community health and safety . Communication Building Communication Skills : Verbal: Speaking/Listening Skills Nonverbal: Signs, Body language Levels of Communication Decision Making Steps to good decision-making: Identify the Decision to be made Gather information and examine resources List possible solutions List consequences of each solution Choose the best solution and try it Evaluate the decision Goal-Setting Building Communication Skills : Verbal: Speaking/Listening Skills Nonverbal: Signs, Body language Levels of Communication Advocacy Using Decision Making, Communication, and Goal-Setting to support family, friends, and community. The University of the State of New York, State Education Department. (1996 ). Learning Standards for Health, Physical Education and Family and Consumer Science . Albany: NY, New York State Education Department

Community Resources- Emergency Safety:

Community Resources- Emergency Safety National Crime Prevention Council: Teenager Safety Links: http:// www.ncpc.org /topics/by-audience/teens Project SAVE: Safe Schools Against Violence in Education https:// troopers.ny.gov /Publications/ Crime_Prevention / ProjectSAVE.pdf Cortland City Emergency Services: Fire: http:// www.cortland.org /city/fire/ index.html Police: http:// www.cortland.org /city/police/ index.html Public Safety: http:// www.cortland.org /city/ safety.htm

Intermediate: Internet Safety:

Intermediate: Internet Safety Commentary: Students will understand how Internet Safety relates to their lives and other health topics ( i.e Mental and Emotional Health, Personal Health and Wellness, and Violence Prevention) . Here, we emphasize communication, decision-making, and advocacy skills that will enable students to enhance personal, family and community health and safety Communication Building Communication Skills : Verbal: Speaking/Listening Skills Nonverbal: Signs, Body language Levels of Communication Decision Making Steps to good decision-making: Identify the Decision to be made Gather information and examine resources List possible solutions List consequences of each solution Choose the best solution and try it Evaluate the decision Goal-Setting Realistic Goals Advocacy Using Decision Making, Communication, and Goal-Setting to support family, friends, and community. The University of the State of New York, State Education Department. (1996 ). Learning Standards for Health, Physical Education and Family and Consumer Science . Albany: NY, New York State Education Department

Intermediate Launch:

Intermediate Launch Standards: NHES: S1.8.11 -Describe how sharing or posting personal information electronically about self or others on social media sites (e.g., chat groups, e-mail, texting, websites, phone and tablet applications) can negatively impact personal safety of self or others. (HBO 4 & 8) S4.8.2- Demonstrate how to manage personal information in electronic communications and when using social media (e.g., chat groups, e-mail, texting, websites, phone and tablet applications) to protect the personal safety of oneself and others. S8.8.1- State a health enhancing position, supported with accurate information, to improve the safety of others. Do-it- now: Page 3 Watch this video , and follow along on your handout Discussion Turn to your Elbow Partner and answer the questions on page 3

Intermediate Activity:

Intermediate Activity Standards: Role Playing- Turn to page 4 of your packet Working with your partner, you’ll look at different scenarios of cyber bullying that endangered someone’s safety , and identify the emotions , causes, motivation and outcome of each of the characters involved. After 2-4 minutes, we’ll share with the rest of the class, and try to think about what skills we could have used to improve the situation! Standards: NHES: S1.8.11-Describe how sharing or posting personal information electronically about self or others on social media sites (e.g., chat groups, e-mail, texting, websites, phone and tablet applications) can negatively impact personal safety of self or others. (HBO 4 & 8) S4.8.2- Demonstrate how to manage personal information in electronic communications and when using social media (e.g., chat groups, e-mail, texting, websites, phone and tablet applications) to protect the personal safety of oneself and others. S8.8.1- State a health enhancing position, supported with accurate information, to improve the safety of others.

Community Resources- Internet Safety:

Community Resources- Internet Safety National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: http:// www.netsmartz.org /Parents New York State Dept of Ed: http://www.p12.nysed.gov/technology/ internet_safety / NYS DCJS: http:// www.criminaljustice.ny.gov /missing/ i_safety / i_intro.htm Cortland Free Library: Links to internet safety information: http:// cortlandfreelibrary.org /children/parents-teachers/#internet

Elementary: 3-5:

Elementary: 3-5 Commentary: Students will understand the importance of road safety and its relationship to other health topics (i.e. Tobacco, Alcohol & Other Drugs, Mental and Emotional Health, Personal Health and Wellness, and Violence Prevention). Here, we focus on communication, decision-making, and advocacy skills that will enable students to enhance personal, family and community health and safety. Communication Building Communication Skills : Verbal: Speaking/Listening Skills Nonverbal: Signs, Body language Levels of Communication Decision Making Steps to good decision-making: Identify the Decision to be made Gather information and examine resources List possible solutions List consequences of each solution Choose the best solution and try it Evaluate the decision Goal-Setting Building Communication Skills : Verbal: Speaking/Listening Skills Nonverbal: Signs, Body language Levels of Communication Advocacy Using Decision Making, Communication, and Goal-Setting to support family, friends, and community. The University of the State of New York, State Education Department. (1996 ). Learning Standards for Health, Physical Education and Family and Consumer Science . Albany: NY, New York State Education Department

Elementary 3-5 Launch:

Elementary 3-5 Launch Standards: NHES: S1.5.1- Identify ways to reduce risk of injuries while riding in a motor vehicle. (HBO 1, 2, 3 & 4) S1.5.10- Identify ways to reduce injuries as a pedestrian. (HBO 4, 5 & 6) S4.5.1- Demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal communication skills to promote safety and avoid or reduce injury. S7.5.2- Demonstrate safety and injury prevention practices and behaviors. PAIR SHARE: (1 MIN) With Elbow Partner, share what the benefits of wearing a seat belt can be. With Elbow Partner, share what the benefits of wearing a helmet can be. GROUP SHARE (3 MIN) Go up to white board and list some of the responses you had with your partner.

Elementary 3-5 Activity:

Elementary 3-5 Activity Standards: NHES: S1.5.1 - Identify ways to reduce risk of injuries while riding in a motor vehicle. (HBO 1, 2, 3 & 4) S1.5.10- Identify ways to reduce injuries as a pedestrian. (HBO 4, 5 & 6) S4.5.1- Demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal communication skills to promote safety and avoid or reduce injury. S7.5.2- Demonstrate safety and injury prevention practices and behaviors. Watch the following videos: See How the Chicken Crosses the Road One Direction Parody: “Don’t get hit by a car! ” “ Keep it safe! ” Directions: Turn to page 10 in your packet As you watch the videos, think about the messages that they are sending! What message do you want to convey? With your assigned partner, work together to create a rap, a poem or a song about road safety! When the timer sounds, stop with what you’ve got and share with the class!

Community Resources- Road Safety:

Community Resources- Road Safety Lesson Plans: Road and Traffic Safety http:// www.scholastic.com / firesafety / New York State: Department of Transportation General Safety Information https:// www.dot.ny.gov /programs/safety Kid-specific Safety: https:// www.dot.ny.gov /programs/ safetyfirstkids Cortland City Fire Pubic Safety Department: http:// www.cortland.org /city/ safety.htm

Elementary: K-2:

Elementary: K-2 Commentary Students will understand the importance of fire safety and its relationship to other health topics (i.e. Tobacco, Alcohol & Other Drugs, Mental and Emotional Health, Personal Health and Wellness, and Violence Prevention). Here, we focus on communication and decision - makin g skills that will enable students to enhance personal, family and community health and safety . Communication Building Communication Skills : Verbal: Speaking/Listening Skills Nonverbal: Signs, Body language Levels of Communication Decision Making Steps to good decision-making: Identify the Decision to be made Gather information and examine resources List possible solutions List consequences of each solution Choose the best solution and try it Evaluate the decision Goal-Setting Building Communication Skills : Verbal: Speaking/Listening Skills Nonverbal: Signs, Body language Levels of Communication Advocacy Using Decision Making, Communication, and Goal-Setting to support family, friends, and community. The University of the State of New York, State Education Department. (1996 ). Learning Standards for Health, Physical Education and Family and Consumer Science . Albany: NY, New York State Education Department

Elementary K-2 Launch:

Elementary K-2 Launch Standards NHES: S1.2.6-Identify safety rules for being around fire. (HBO 4) S3.2.3-Identify trusted adults and professionals in the community who can help promote safety and injury prevention (e.g., police, firefighter). S3.2.6-Demonstrate how to locate school or community health helpers to enhance safety and injury prevention (e.g., police officer, firefighter). S4.2.2-Demonstrate effective active listening skills including paying attention, and verbal and nonverbal feedback to promote safety and avoid or reduce injury. S5.2.4-Describe when help is needed and when it is not needed to make a decision related to safety and injury prevention. Move to the middle of the classroom and have a seat on the floor! Today we’re going to read about Sparky the Fire Dog ! After we hear the story, talk with your elbow partner to answer the questions. Watch the following videos: Sparky’s Fire Safety Club Stop Drop & Roll

Elementary K-2 Activity:

Elementary K-2 Activity Standards NHES: S1.2.6-Identify safety rules for being around fire. (HBO 4) S3.2.3-Identify trusted adults and professionals in the community who can help promote safety and injury prevention (e.g., police, firefighter). S3.2.6-Demonstrate how to locate school or community health helpers to enhance safety and injury prevention (e.g., police officer, firefighter). S4.2.2-Demonstrate effective active listening skills including paying attention, and verbal and nonverbal feedback to promote safety and avoid or reduce injury. S5.2.4-Describe when help is needed and when it is not needed to make a decision related to safety and injury prevention. Fire Scenario Role Play Teacher gives different scenarios in which a fire emergency is present. The class will have to demonstrate (act out) what to do and help others who do not know. Any Questions? Remember to raise your hand!

Close: Review for Quiz:

Close: Review for Quiz Review the fact sheets at the end of your packet regarding the causes of fires/fire prevention & other leading safety issues in the home. Review pedestrian safety fact sheet Review strategies to resist cyber-bullying

References:

References American Red Cross. (2014). Home Fire Safety. Fire Safety Fact Sheets. Retrieved (April 4, 2014) at http ://www.redcross.org/prepare/disaster/home-fire . AnimotionInc . (2013). Stop, Drop and Roll. WEB. Retrieved at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUdxOmHgeZ4 . Association For Safe International Travel. (2014). Youth Road Safety Education. Retrieved (April 9, 2014) http ://www.asirt.org/initiatives/informing-road-users/resources-publications / youth -road-safety- education.aspx Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (2012) . Global Road Safety. Atlanta, GA . Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (2012) . Motor Vehicle Safety. Atlanta, GA . Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (2012). Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT). Joint committee on National Health Education Standards (2 nd ed ). (2007). National Health Education Standards: Achieving Excellence. American Cancer Society. National Fire Protection Agency Program. (2011). Sparky Says: Join My Fire Safety Club Video. WEB. Sparky Say . Retrieved at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fltEmbUm_8 . Scholastic Incorporated. (2014). From Campaign 2008: Lesson 1: Listen to a Story. Retrieved (April 9, 2014) at http ://www.scholastic.com/browse/lessonplan.jsp?id=1117 . The University of the State of New York, State Education Department. (1996). Learning Standards for Health, Physical Education and Family and Consumer Science . Albany: NY, New York State Education Department   US Department of Health and Human Services. (2013). Cyberbullying . Preventing Cyberbullying . Retrived (April 20 , 2014) at http:// www.stopbullying.gov / cyberbullying /prevention/index.html#Be% 20Aware% 20of%20What% 20Your % 20Kids%20are%20Doing%20Online US Department of Health and Human Services. (2013). Cyberbullying . What is Cyberbullying ? Retrived (April 20, 2014 ) at http ://www.stopbullying.gov/cyberbullying/what-is-it/index.html . WestyorkshireFRS . (2011). Road Safety: Keeping it Safe. WEB. Retrieved at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQz1AWQ36yQ

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