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Civic Objective#: 27 Program Year: 2020-2021
Civic Objective: Demonstrate knowledge of health and safety standards, procedures, and protocols in order to prevent or prepare for health problems or crises.
TOPSpro Form #: 274C AAP #: 27.4
Assessment Type: Oral, Written

Level Range

From: Beginning Low To: Advanced

Language and Literacy Objectives

Language and literacy objectives with an asterisk (*) are suitable for beginning low level students.
1 Read and discuss the American Red Cross First Aid and Safety Handbook or another resource on CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)/AED (Automated External Defibrillator) /first aid.
2 *Identify and describe first aid skills.
3 *Identify, interpret and/or describe health safety and/or emergency-related signs.
4 *Identify, describe and/or discuss health and safety measures that can prevent illnesses, accidents and injuries.
6 Discuss and describe CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)/AED (Automated External Defibrillator) /first aid procedures previously demonstrated by a certified CPR/AED/first aid trainer.

Additional Assessment Plan Tasks

Task: 1

Description: Interpret Emergency Words or Signs
Using picture prompts, the student will identify and/or interpret up to 10 (BL-7, BH-10) emergency signs or words commonly appearing on emergency signs or labels, such as hospital sign, poison symbol, high voltage, emergency exit, hard hat area, first aid sign, highway telephone, stop when red lights are flashing on school bus, beach closed, break glass for fire alarm, emergency entrance to hospital, etc. Difficulty will increase for higher level.

Points Possible:10Level:Beginning Low - Beginning High
Scoring Rubric Points
Response is correct and comprehensible. 1
Response is incorrect or incomprehensible, or there is no response. 0

Task: 2

Description: Identify Unsafe Situations
Using 5 picture prompts selected from the American Red Cross First Aid and Safety Handbook or other related materials, students will identify and describe orally or in writing 10 items:
5 unsafe situations
5 accidents that could result from the unsafe conditions

Points Possible:10Level:Beginning Low - Beginning High
Scoring Rubric Points
Response is correct and comprehensible. 1
Response is incorrect or incomprehensible, or there is no response. 0

Task: 3

Description: Identify and Describe First Aid
Using 5 picture prompts selected from the American Red Cross First Aid and Safety Handbook or other related materials, students will describe the first aid procedures/steps for 3 of them orally or in writing.

Points Possible:12Level:Intermediate Low - Advanced
Scoring Rubric Points
Description is appropriate, clear, complete, and has correct content. Includes procedures/steps in order, if applicable. There may be errors, but they do not interfere with meaning. 4
Description is appropriate and has correct content. It may be partially complete. Includes procedures and steps, but they may be slightly out of order (if applicable). There may be errors that interfere with meaning, but the description can be understood with inference. 2
Description is inappropriate, incomprehensible, or incorrect, or there is no description. 0

Task: 4

Description: Write an Article Describing Unsafe Situations

Content
Given appropriate resources or after appropriate research (optimally on the internet) or study, student will complete an authentic writing task such as an article for a newsletter, bulletin board or a class created safety booklet describing an unsafe situation(s) and the accident(s) that could result. Student may be provided with questions as prompts such as:
  • What is the unsafe situation?

  • What accident could result?

  • What should one do to prevent an accident?

  • What first aid should one administer if the accident happens?

Visual Aid
Student will create a visual(s) to go with the written task. Student will draw or find a picture(s) to illustrate the unsafe condition(s) that student is writing about. Student will label the picture(s) with references to the writing.

Optimally, the writing task will be created on a computer and sent to the assessor electronically.

Points Possible:24Level:Intermediate Low - Advanced
Scoring Rubric Points
Content
Addresses all parts of the task effectively. Ideas are well stated, clearly expressed, and supported with concrete, relevant detail. No inference is required. Written in well-organized paragraph(s). 14
Addresses all parts of the task adequately. Some ideas may not be well stated. Contains some relevant detail. May require minimal inference. Written in adequately-organized paragraph(s). 12
Addresses the task in a general way but may have gaps. Many ideas may not be well stated. May lack appropriate or sufficient detail or clear focus. May require some inference. May be written in loosely-organized paragraph(s). 10
Addresses the task minimally, but relation to the task is evident. May be unfocused or unclear. Little or no supporting detail. May require a substantial degree of inference. May not be written in a paragraph(s). 8
Nothing written, or content is incomprehensible or inappropriate. 0
Grammar, Structure and Mechanics
Almost no errors in grammar, structure, spelling, capitalization, or punctuation. 4
Some errors in grammar, structure, spelling, capitalization, or punctuation that do not distract the reader. 3
Many errors in grammar, structure, spelling, capitalization, or punctuation that may require the reader to infer meaning. 2
Errors make the writing difficult to understand even with inference. 0
Format, Neatness and Legibility
Has a title, and uses appropriate indentations, etc. Writing is neat and legible. 2
Uses appropriate indentations. May be legible but not neat. 1
Does not have a title, does not use appropriate indentations, etc. and/or writing is neither legible nor neat. 0
Visual Aid
Visual(s) appropriately illustrates the unsafe condition(s) and is/are labeled with reference(s) to the writing. 4
Visual(s) illustrates the unsafe condition(s) but may not be labeled with reference(s) to the writing. Reader may need inference to interpret the visual. 2
There is/are no visual(s), visual(s) is/are inappropriate and/or not labeled. 0

Rating Scale

Total Points Possible: 36
Advanced: 32
Intermediate High: 28
Intermediate Low: 21
Beginning High: 16
Beginning Low: 12
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