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Instructional Strategies Continuum & Outcome Sentences

Instructional Strategies Continuum & Outcome Sentences

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Instructional Strategies Continuum & Outcome Sentences

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  1. Instructional StrategiesContinuum & Outcome Sentences Content Area: Injury Prevention

  2. Injury Prevention Content Descriptors: • Transportation safety (MS & HS) • Fire Safety (MS) • Water Safety (MS) • First Aid (MS & HS) • Violence Prevention (MS & HS) • Use of Protective Equipment (MS & HS) • Suicide Prevention (MS & HS) • Work Safety (HS)

  3. Middle & High School Injury Prevention Curriculum Sub-descriptors for middle school: 4. Transportation Safety 4.2: How to use motorized vehicles safely Sub-descriptors for high school: 2. Transportation Safety 2.2: Consequences of driving under influence of alcohol or other drugs 2.3: Strategies for not riding with an impaired driver

  4. Continuum • Idea or fact related to topic • Students respond to others ideas • Agree, disagree, or have no opinion

  5. How to Use Continuum • “-10,” “0,” and “10” • Students write idea related to topic • Volunteers stand in front of number

  6. Advantages & Disadvantages Pros • Freedom to share opinions • Required to take a position • Respond to thoughts of others Cons • Three students involved at a time • Pass or present no opinion • Topics might make students uncomfortable

  7. Suggestions for Use • Switch volunteers often • Allow all students to participate • Use as pre-assessment tool

  8. Materials & Management Materials • Index cards or scrap paper • Large papers with numbers • Pens or pencils Management • Individual writing • Volunteers • Teacher reading ideas aloud

  9. Outcome Sentences • Students reflect by responding to a sentence • How a learning experience affected them • Record thoughts through reflective writing

  10. How to Use Outcome Sentences • Options to choose from • Record on paper or journal Examples: I am amazed that… I learned… I feel… I was surprised… I am beginning to wonder…

  11. Advantages & Disadvantages Pros • Gives students starting vocabulary • Individual accountability of students • Students reflect on thought or experience Cons • Limits creative thinking • Redundant • Easy way out

  12. Suggestions for Use • Give students options to choose from • Use “Whip Around, Pass” • Share responses anonymously

  13. Materials & Management Materials • Sentences to choose from • Paper or personal journal • Pens or pencils Management • Individual writing • Group sharing • Teacher shares anonymously

  14. Closing Thoughts • Strategies to avoid cell phone use: • Out of sight, out of mind • Silence is golden • Designate a texter • Pull over

  15. Closing Thoughts Penalties for Texting While Driving: • Fines • Criminal charges • Points on driving record • Suspension of driving privileges • Mandatory road safety classes