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  1. Fire Prevention and Safety (Lesson Plans, Grades 6-8) (Masters of Disaster Curriculum) by American Red Cross, 2003
  2. Fire Prevention and Safety (Lesson Plans, Grades K-2) (Masters of Disaster Curriculum) by American Red Cross, 2003
  3. Fire Prevention and Safety (Lesson Plans, Grades 3-5) (Masters of Disaster Curriculum) by American Red Cross, 2003
  4. Safety advice from EMS a guide to injury prevention : traffic safety lesson plans for EMS, fire, and rescue personnel (SuDoc TD 8.8:AD 9) by U.S. Dept of Transportation, 1996
  5. Suggested lesson plans in safety education for students of distributive education by Robert R Luter, 1965
  6. Safety Cover and Lesson Plans by Betty Midlane, Andrea Valins, 2005-11
  7. Private v. public rights (Grade Level: High School, 9-12).(Lesson Plans on the Constitution): An article from: Social Education by Stacie Fieth, Neil Deason, 2005-09-01
  8. American history: growing up in slavery. (Lesson Plans).: An article from: Junior Scholastic
  9. A lesson plan to end violence: In the aftermath of the Columbine shootings, one school district hired experts to take a hard look at its security issues. ... An article from: Security Management by Tony Brunetto, 2002-04-01
  10. What is procedural justice?(Lesson Plan): An article from: Social Education
  11. Hospital disaster plans must indude a strong mental health component. (Lessons from Sept. 11).: An article from: Clinical Psychiatry News by Mary Ann Moon, 2003-06-01
  12. Nutrition handbook for family day care home providers by Thora Runyan, 1980
  13. Nutrition handbook for staff in child care centers by Lynn Graham, 1980

101. Elementary School Lesson Plan: Third Grade Math/Science
Submit your lesson plan Email this lesson plan to a friend Read the background information on trespasser safety (Track Facts and Myths Realities).
Play a safe distance from the tracks.
Grade: Third Grade Subjects: Submit your lesson plan Email this lesson plan to a friend Back to lesson plans Printer-friendly version
This lesson combines measuring and problem-solving skills to illustrate to the students the safe distance required between people and train tracks. Through a hands-on activity, students will be able to better understand the distance measurements. SUGGESTED TIME ALLOWANCE
35-45 minutes
Students will be able to:
  • Understand the importance of staying a safe distance from the railroad tracks.
  • Measure the width of train tracks, width of a train and the safe distance to stay away from the tracks and train.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the width of train tracks, the width of a train and a safe distance to stay from train tracks and trains.
National Academic Content Standards addressed by this lesson. MATERIALS
For the class:
  • Masking tape (if indoors)
  • Chalk (if outdoors)
  • Measurements of the width of train tracks, width of a train, overhang and right-of-way
  • Yarn
  • Paper
  • Pencils
Trespassing, right-of-way, overhang, gauge

102. Elementary School Lesson Plan: Fourth Grade Language Arts
Submit your lesson plan Email this lesson plan to a friend This lesson combines cinquain poetry writing with safety messages concerning tunnels,
Tunnels and bridges are only wide enough for the trains. There is nowhere for you to go if a train comes.
Grade: Fourth Grade Subject: Submit your lesson plan Email this lesson plan to a friend Back to lesson plans Printer-friendly version
This lesson combines cinquain poetry writing with safety messages concerning tunnels, bridges and the basic fact that people cannot outrun trains. Students are taught not to trespass on private railroad property and the possible consequences of doing so. SUGGESTED TIME ALLOWANCE
45 minutes
Students will be able to:
  • Understand problems associated with being in a train tunnel or on a train bridge.
  • Create a cinquain poem on a safety theme using safety messages.
National Academic Content Standards addressed by this lesson. MATERIALS
  • 2 Pieces of Cardboard, 8"x11"
  • Butcher Paper

  • For each student:
  • Cinquain Handout
  • Pencils
  • Glue
  • Markers/crayons
VOCABULARY Trestles, train yards, legal fines, gauge PROCEDURES
    TEACHER PREPARATION: Read the background information on trespassing ( Track Facts and ). Have the student materials readily available. Write the cinquain poem pattern on a white board, chalk board or flipchart. If you choose, write your own sample cinquain on the trespassing/safety theme to model what students will be doing.

103. Content Index
Your request for Other /Health and safety identified the resources below. This lesson plan uses poems as a miniplay to teach conflict resolution.

104. EverythingESL: The K-12 ESL Resource From Judie Haynes
Includes contentbased lesson plans, activities, recommendations on classroom materials, and discussion boards for working with minority students.
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I'm Judie Haynes, an ESL teacher from New Jersey, USA, with more than 25 years of teaching experience. In addition to my classroom work, I have authored and co-authored four books on ESL, co-written a chapter for TESOL's Integrating Standards into Classroom Practice and am contributing a column for Essential Teacher magazine. Learn more
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lesson plan Combine science, language arts, and math with an apple theme for Fall. This is an excellent unit for mixed level ESL classes and can be taught to students of a wide variety of ages and abilities. Includes downloadable activities. Bloom's taxonomy and English language learners
teaching tip Your English language learners should be developing thinking skills as they acquire English. Dust off your copy of Bloom's Taxonomy and ask questions from all levels. There are activities that ELLs can do on every level.

105. Lesson Plan Of The Month
lesson Plan of the Month. November 2000. Topic Gun safety Target Group High School. Prepared By David A. Mendez Agency Phoenix PD
is committed to providing training and service to school based law enforcement personnel. We know that we can make a positive difference through the relationships we build with students, administration and faculty in the school setting. One way to build these relationships is through education. Whether you teach daily or occasionally, we know it is important that you be professional, prepared and knowledgeable. As a result of the training we do nationally, one of the needs we hear expressed time and time again is the desire to share lesson plans. While we do this with the students in our Basic SRO Training, others may not have had the opportunity to attend our training or any formalized training, to teach them how to prepare a formal presentation. Many of you have expressed a desire to have lesson plans that have been prepared by other officers. To help meet your needs, we are providing you with a monthly lesson plan, on our web site, which has been prepared by officers currently teaching. All credit is given to the officer who's lesson plan is offered along with the officer's location, should you wish to contact him/her directly. The only thing we ask is that you be certain to verify any information before presenting it to your schools and consult local ordinances and state statutes to make it appropriate for your location. We offer this benefit to you in the hopes that it will help you to "build relationships that last a lifetime". This is the foundation and mission of our company to help not only you, but most importantly the young people who so desperately need your help and guidance. If you have information you'd like to share with other school based professionals please contact us by phone (407)851-5058, fax (407)855-8962 or e-mail: sroinfo @

106. Unit 3 Web Activity Lesson Plan, Teacher's Corner, Street Law, Social Studies, G
Describe the “findings and purposes” of the Consumer Product safety Act. lesson Plan. Review the lesson outcomes with the students.
Unit Web Activity Lesson Plans
Unit 3: Torts
Keeping the Public Safe and Informed Overview
This lesson is designed to help students learn about the concept of strict liability, to find out about the role of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), and to discover other resources for product safety information. Correlation to Textbook
This lesson correlates to Unit Three, Chapter 21: Strict Liability in the Street Law textbook. Correlation to the National Standards for Civics and Government
V.C.6. Personal responsibilities: Students should be able to evaluate, take, and defend positions on issues regarding the personal responsibilities of citizens in American constitutional democracy. Objectives
At the conclusion of this lesson, students will be able to:
  • Demonstrate how to report an unsafe product.
  • 107. English Lesson Plans -
    english lesson plans ALP-Arizona welcomes you to the Valley of the Sun, english lesson plans - Students live (homestay) in the home of their own,
    english lesson plans - American Language Programs is an English Language School Immersion program - teaching students to learn English in America while living with their teacher ...
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    english language school homestay english ESL ... english lesson plans

    108. Rhythm Of The Seasons Planting Seeds Of Safety, Harvesting Grains
    Harvesting Grains of Hope A lesson Plan for Farm safety Audiences1 The Rhythm of the Seasons/IMBY lesson plan is designed as the basis for the
    Whole Document Navigator (Click Here) Top of Document Abstract Circular 1437 Related Materials Introduction Background Session Outline Footnotes
    Rhythm of the Seasons: Planting Seeds of Safety, Harvesting Grains of Hope A Lesson Plan for Farm Safety Audiences
    Carol J. Lehtola and Charles M. Brown
    Abstract Circular 1437
    This fact sheet contains an abstract of a 60-page lesson plan, which is one a set of materials that can be used to develop and present the "Rhythm of the Seasons" safety workshop. To view the entire publication, see the accompanying PDF on EDIS: You may also view the lesson plan at the Florida AgSafe Web site: Follow the ""ROS/IMBY"" link.
    Related Materials
    The lesson plan circular is one component of a set materials that can be used to develop and present the "Rhythm of the Seasons" workshop. The five primary components of the workshop materials are:
    • Toolkit for Implementing a Community-Based "IMBY" Safety Event (UF/IFAS Circular 1438) Rhythm of the Seasons: Planting Seeds of Safety, Harvesting Grains of Hope A Lesson Plan for Farm Safety Audiences (UF/IFAS Circular 1437)

    109. School And Community Safety
    Welcome to the New NEA HIN School and Community safety Site On this site you will find important information about gun safety issues, crisis management,
    breadCrumbs("",":","index.htm","unnamed1","unnamed1","unnamed1","0"); Making Public Schools Great for Every Child!
    Please check back frequently to view added content . Email any comments or resource suggestions to 04-Nov-2002
    Programs About NEA HIN National Education Association - Health Information Network
    1201 16th Street NW, Suite 521, Washington DC 20036
    Automated Resource Line: 1-800-718-8387 Voice: 202-822-7570

    110. Worksheets And Lessons
    Other lesson Resources. lesson Plan Search Web for Teachers Teacher Vision Teachnet lessonPlanz The Teachers Corner Education World EdHelper
    Lesson Plans
    • Feel free to change or alter any of these. You may need to proofread, my worksheets are used with the student textbook and may contain page number references to those texts. These are NOT complete "lesson plans". You won't find the "objectives" and other miscellaneous stuff on them, they are simply worksheets, most are self explanatory. Answer keys are not provided because I use this site and some of the worksheets in my class, so I can't give the answers or my students will have access to them also.
    Ecology Random Sampling - How to estimate population size, using the sampling technique
    Oil Spill
    Lab on the effects of oil on eggs and feathers
    Food Web
    Students identify consumers and producers
    Biodiversity of Ponds
    -students investigate the organisms found in pond water
    Predator-Prey Simulation
    Uses cards to simulate predator and prey numbers, students collect data and graph
    Environmental Action Simulation
    - play roles to determine how money should be spent
    Estimating Population Size
    - simulation of mark-recapture techniques
    Owl Pellet Lab
    - analyze the contents of an owl pellet
    Graphing Human Population

    The Lesson of the Kaibab
    - explores the population of deer, graphing and analysis

    111. Energy And Cars: What Does The Future Hold?--Earth Science/Contemporary Studies
    lesson plan support. Find a video description, video clip, and discussion This lesson plan may be used to address the academic standards listed below.
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    Grades K-5
    Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12
    ... Health History
    Ancient History
    U.S. History World History Life Science Animals Ecology Human Body The Microscopic World ... Weather
    9-12 > Earth Science Grade level: 9-12 Subject: Earth Science Duration: Two to three class periods
    Materials Procedures Adaptations ... Credit
    Find a video description, video clip, and discussion questions.
    Energy and Cars: What Does the Future Hold?

    Use our free online Teaching Tools to create custom worksheets, puzzles and quizzes on this topic!
    Students will understand: The reasons why attitudes toward fossil fuel use and alternative energy sources may change over the next 50 years. How changing attitudes toward fossil fuel use and alternative energy sources may affect car technology. The types of alternative energy sources that are currently under research, particularly for use in cars. Materials For this lesson, you will need: Pens or pencils and paper Poster board or construction paper (for group presentations) Markers or crayons Computers with Internet access (optional for research) Procedures Ask students to discuss what they already know about fuel efficiency in cars. Pose the following questions:

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