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2 A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Click Icon for Teacher Information SUPPLEMENTAL ACTIVITY © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission

3 Supplemental Activity includes eight pages of information and six question and answer activities. Also included are links for video viewing. The Supplemental Activity is intended to enhance News-2-You and Unique (ULS) content. Newspaper Overview Topic: A Sad Anniversary September 11, 2001 (9/11), was a sad day in America; thousands of people died in terrorist attacks. Now, ten years later, we remember the day and honor the victims. We can thank first responders, who help us during emergencies. A new memorial and museum opening in New York City will be a permanent reminder of 9/11. ULS Overview Topic: Government Governments in cities and towns hire first responders to keep citizens safe in emergencies. First responders are trained to help people in emergencies like fires, auto accidents or health crises. They are authority figures we should cooperate with to stay safe. Everyone needs to know how to call when they need emergency help. © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

4 Many first responders came to help on September 11, 2001 (9/11). Let’s learn more about emergencies and first responders. 2 First responders can help us when we have an emergency. © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

5 An emergency is a problem that can happen suddenly and needs quick action. An emergency might be when a person is very sick or badly injured. It might be when a home is in danger, such as from a fire. A car accident could be another emergency. 3 What is an emergency? Can you describe some other emergencies? This girl is waiting with firemen during an emergency. © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

6 Find an adult and calmly tell them about the problem. If it is an emergency, the adult may call the emergency phone number: If no adult can help, you may need to call yourself. The dispatcher will answer the phone call and send the help you need dispatchers are ready to send you help. What should you do when you have an emergency? Why should you never prank call 9-1-1? 4 © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

7 The dispatcher will usually send an EMT with an ambulance, a police office or fire fighter with a truck. These helpers are called first responders and have a lot of training and practice for emergencies. Be sure to answer any questions the first responders have. Emergencies can be scary, but the first responders know what to do. First responders come ready to help with many emergencies. Why do you think they are called first responders? When you call 9-1-1, a dispatcher will answer the call. 5 © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

8 you are hungryhouse fireneed homework help Which of these is an emergency? © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

9 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 you are hungryhouse fire Which of these is an emergency?

10 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 house fireneed homework help Which of these is an emergency?

11 house fire! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 house fire Which of these is an emergency?

12 What should someone do in an emergency? call 9-1-1nothingplay games © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

13 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 What should someone do in an emergency? call 9-1-1nothing

14 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 What should someone do in an emergency? call 9-1-1play games

15 call 9-1-1! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 What should someone do in an emergency? call 9-1-1

16 Who can help you in an emergency? criminalswizardsfirst responders © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

17 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who can help you in an emergency? wizardsfirst responders

18 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who can help you in an emergency? criminalsfirst responders

19 first responders! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who can help you in an emergency? first responders

20 The dispatcher can send an ambulance with EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians). EMTs can help when someone is having a medical emergency at home or anywhere else. They come when people have accidents, heart attacks, breathing problems, broken bones and more. The EMTs can take the patient to the hospital in an ambulance if they need more help. Could you save someone’s life by calling 9-1-1? You can call if someone is sick or injured. 6 EMTs will take this woman to a hospital for more care. © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

21 Police officers learn all about the law. They are trained to protect people and property. They can stop people who try to hurt others. Police officers want to help you be safe. Why is a police officer an important person in the community? You can call if you need the help of police officers. 7 The police help to protect you. © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

22 Firefighters can help if you have a fire at home or anywhere else. They also rescue people trapped in burning buildings and treat their injuries. They rescue people stuck in cars or trucks after an accident. Firefighters get training and have special equipment to help in many situations. What kind of first responder would you like to be? You can call if you need the help of firefighters. 8 Firefighters rescue people and animals. © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

23 Where can EMTs take patients for more help? hospitalfarmdesert © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

24 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Where can EMTs take patients for more help? hospitaldesert

25 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Where can EMTs take patients for more help? hospitalfarm

26 hospital! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Where can EMTs take patients for more help? hospital

27 Who may come to help when you call 9-1-1? actorscheerleaderspolice officers © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

28 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who may come to help when you call 9-1-1? cheerleaderspolice officers

29 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who may come to help when you call 9-1-1? actorspolice officers

30 police officers! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who may come to help when you call 9-1-1? police officers

31 Who rescues people trapped in burning buildings? firefightersminersjournalists © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

32 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who rescues people trapped in burning buildings? firefightersjournalists

33 Try Again! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who rescues people trapped in burning buildings? firefightersminers

34 firefighters! © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011 Who rescues people trapped in burning buildings? firefighters

35 Click on the video camera to learn about a five year-old boy who saves his mom by calling 9-1-1: Click on the video camera to see a tour of the 9/11 memorial construction site: Visit the following links for expanded video content. Note: Ads on some of these videos may not be appropriate for students. We try to avoid them; however, we can’t control materials that are added after our review. Preview all videos before in-class presentation. Show videos full-screen when possible. © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011

36 Hope you enjoyed learning about: A Sad Anniversary! The next topic will be: Terrible Towel. News-2-You connects the classroom to the world. It’s a connection that spurs learning and increases communication. Our news stories provide stimulating new information on reader-friendly themes. Our subscribers come from all levels of special education (preschool to adult education), regular education (preschool to 4 th grade) and ESL classrooms (preschool to adult). Each newspaper is ready to use. No software to learn. No extra prep work. Just download and build your lesson plans around the material. It’s all there! The Unique Learning System is the only comprehensive, dynamic curriculum designed specifically for special learners. It is a standards-based approach to learning that was developed in grade level bands. A unit format incorporates instructional activities for each monthly topic. Unique has 29 lessons in each of the four grade bands, and 22 activities in the transition band. Each unit incorporates reading, writing, math and related content activities. It has differentiated tasks for various learning needs and has adapted materials in each lesson. There is an assessment guide with suggested instructional strategies and instructional tips for each grade level band. N2Y, Inc. P.O. Box 550 Huron, OH Toll free: (800) Phone: (419) Fax: (419) © N2Y, Inc. ©SymbolStix, LLC used with permission A Sad Anniversary September 5, 2011


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