1. Topic-
Knowing When to Call 911
2. Content-
Everyone needs to know about calling 911 in an emergency.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Learning styles to benefit everyone.
2.Building confidence
3.Its OK to be scared, but stay calm.
4. Objectives-
1.By using Fleming's learning style model consisting of Visual, Auditory, Reading and Kinesthetic, we are able to provide full interactive, hands on experience
2.Give kids the confidence they'll need to handle an emergency.
3.Teaching kid's how important it is to stay calm, speak slowly and clearly, and give as much detail to the 911 operator as possible.
5. Materials and Aids-
Interactive video's, brochures, discussion and group leading.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Group discussion on video subject.
2.Selection of student volunteer.
3.Group participation of mock 911 call.

B. Development-

1.Nine subject matters to choose from.
1. Car crash
2. Missing Child
3. House Fire
4. Wildland Fire
5. Campfire Accident
6. Skateboard Accident
7. Stranger Danger
8. Powerlines
9. ATV Accident
10.Program Instruction


C. Practice-

1. Discussion Leader facilitates discussion on the chosen video topic.
2.Student volunteer comes to front of the class. All student watch video. When prompted in the video, volunteer calls (mock) 911 operator and makes the report. The 911 call is heard by all of the students.
3.All students are encouraged to help the volunteer answer questions when/if needed.

D. Independent Practice-

1.The 911 brochure highlights all of the emergencies discussed in the 911 program.
2.A page in the brochure is designed to put all emergency information on, and place next to landline phone.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Using Fleming's learning style model consisting of Visual, Auditory, Reading and Kinesthetic
2.Role playing is an especially good way to address various emergency scenarios and give your kids the confidence they'll need to handle them.
3.: Kinesthetic or Tactile learners are those who learn through experiencing/doing things, they benefit from role playing. Auditory as well as Visual Learners enjoy acting, being on stage and can benefit from watching videos, and participating in group discussion

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Group leader will reiterate the discussion points at the end of the class
2.Group leader will answer and questions.

G. Closure-

Smokey bear comes out and quizzes the students on their knowledge with the Smokey pledge.
7. Evaluation-
1.Evaluation sheet is available to teachers for their feedback or comments.
2.Filling out emergency contact sheet in the brochure will help encourage additional discussion in the classroom.

This Lesson Plan is available at (www.teacherjet.com)