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Injuries & First Aid Lesson Plans - Chapter Summary
This self-paced chapter offers a variety of teacher resources you can use make learning about injury prevention and first aid fun for your students. Lesson plans offer learning objectives, curriculum standards, key vocabulary terms, activity ideas and more that can help you develop quality classroom lessons. Topics covered in this chapter include:
- First aid
- treating bleeding, puncture wounds and fractures
- Injury prevention and safety
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Blood safety
Accompanying the lesson plans are companion lessons you can share with your students in the classroom to enhance your instruction. Paired with the companion lessons are short quizzes designed to assess your students' knowledge of first aid and injuries.
How It Helps
- Instructional guidance: Provides detailed instructional guidance you can use to seamlessly incorporate this chapter's teacher resources into your injury and first aid lessons.
- Discussion topics or questions: Offers access to thought-provoking topics or questions you can share with students to encourage discussions during lessons.
- Individual or group projects: Shares tips and ideas for individual or group projects that can bolster students' knowledge of different injury and first aid topics.
How It Works
This helpful resource offers teachers lesson plan outlines with relevant tools to make planning injury and first aid lessons easy.
- Find lesson plans for specific injury and first aid topics you want to cover in class.
- Formulate your injury and first aid class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
- Share the related injury and first aid lessons for each lesson plan with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
- Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important injury and first aid concepts from the lessons.
- Engage your students with relevant injury and first aid-related activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.
1. First Aid Lesson Plan
Do your students know the basics of first aid? A video lesson gives key facts about injuries and first aid while a role-playing activity gives students a chance to show what they've learned. Optional extensions and related lessons are included for ongoing instruction.
2. Bleeding, Puncture Wounds & Fractures: First Aid
In this lesson, you're going to learn important basic first aid techniques you can use to help people who are bleeding severely, who have a puncture wound, or who have a fracture.
3. Injury Prevention & Safety Lesson Plan
Do your students know how to be safe and prevent injuries? A text lesson provides key points and an activity gives them a chance to shine. Optional extensions and related lessons are provided to encourage ongoing instruction.
4. What is a Repetitive Stress Injury? - Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention
In this lesson you will learn about repetitive stress injury. Included will be the definition, symptoms, and a few types of these stress injuries. Also, the tests and treatments for the injury will be discussed.
5. CPR Lesson Plan
Are you looking for a simple way to teach your students about CPR? This lesson plan will help you do just that with a video lesson that outlines the basics of CPR. A quiz will test their knowledge before an activity gives practice and a meaningful takeaway for students.
6. Blood Safety Lesson Plan
What steps should be taken to avoid blood-borne illnesses? This lesson plan explains how to stay safe when dealing with blood. An activity gives students the chance to role-play.
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