Fermilab LInC Online
Getting Started in Science II
››››››››››› Welcome to web quest!› You are going to make a hypothesis/prediction, test that hypothesis/prediction, and record significant informational discoveries in your on-line journal discovered above.› Before you open this web quest page, remember to make a hypothesis/prediction before testing it by clicking on the given gallery graphic! ›Please remember to record information in your on-line journal after processing through each picture.› Identify significant details that you discovered about each picture connected URL Crisis Learning Scenario.› This way you are recording first impressions, which are more accurate.› Now, clink on the web quest link.
››››››››››› During the next month, you are learning žSurvivorÓ skills and thinking processes that are useful in an emergency situation.› The American Red Cross Solano County Chapter is coming to provide Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training in our Science Classroom. ›Friday, at the end of this training week, you will take an examination of your CPR skills with certification for those who pass the exam.› First Aid training is to begin on the next Monday and continue for three weeks.› Certification in First Aid is awarded to those who pass this exam.› This month of Emergency Health Skills and Decision-Making Processing continues with ride-along programs with Police, Fire, and Ambulance agencies.› You are to use your on-line journal for daily quick write activities during this month.› Focus on the people that you are interacting with.› How do they make decisions in an emergency situation?› Why do they do things a certain way?› Identify skills and decision-making processes that you learned through these emergency experience events.› Remember that you will be creating a Student Web Site as a project from your experiences recorded in these on-line journal notes.› Examine the criteria for this project in the Student Web Page Rubric link.›
Created for the Fermilab
LInC program sponsored by Fermi National
Accelerator Laboratory Education Office
and Friends of Fermilab, and
funded by United States Department of Energy,
Illinois State Board of Education,
North Central Regional Technology in Education
Consortium which is operated by North Central
Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), and the National
Author(s): David Tillay (email@example.com)
School: Vallejo High School, Vallejo, Ca.
Created: February 15, 2001 - Updated: December 28, 2002