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OBJ: I WILL INVESTIGATE MEDICAL REPORTS AND CRIME/MEDICAL SCENES TO DETERMINE PREVENTION TECHNIQUES AND FIRST AID MEASURES What Would You Do?
How would you respond to the following scenario? 9
Question 1 What should you do if you are stabbed with a knife? A. Pull the knife out, cover the wound, and go to the hospital B. Leave the knife in, cover the wound, and go to the hospital C. Pull the knife out only if it is less than 2 inches deep, cover the wound, and go to the hospital.
Question 2 What would you do if someone in class fainted? A. Clap loudly to wake the victim B. Lightly slap the victim’s face as you talk her back to consciousness C. Lift the victim’s legs and wait for her to wake up.
Question 3 What would you do if you were power walking down the street and a vicious dog is staring at you? A. Look the dog in the eyes to intimidate it B. Run away from the dog C. Slowly talk in a soothing voice while carefully backing out of its territory
Question 4 What would you do if your tooth was knocked out at basketball practice today? A. Sterilize the open gum area with peroxide and water. Freeze the tooth to keep it from dying and see a dentist. B. Rinse the tooth and store it in milk. Visit a dentist within 30 minutes to possibly reattach the tooth C. Immediately insert the tooth in butter. Wash your mouth with antibacterial cleanser and see a dentist with four hours
Question 5 What would you do if you are walking along a neighborhood street and someone tries to abduct you and put you in the car? The person is pointing a gun at you. A. Scream, fight, and do whatever it takes to make sure that you do not get in the car. B. Get in the car and fight later C. Get in the car and do not fight back
Question 6 What would you do if you were abducted and stuck in the trunk of a car? A. Dismantle the car’s tail lights by pushing or kicking them out, and use these holes to wave and yell to a passerby B. Lying on your back, kick the latch as hard as you can until it weakens and opens C. Breathe as shallowly as possible to conserve air, and wait for help.
Question 7 What would you do if you were kidnapped and taken to the second location? A. At the second location, resist the kidnapper in every way possible. B. Do not attempt to escape on your own. Wait for rescuers. C. Do whatever your captors say without argument and communicate that you want to stay alive.
Video Clip: What would you do? Watch the following video clip about an abduction. What would you do differently if you were in this situation?
Question 8 What do you do if a stranger requests help at the door? A. Invite him into your entryway as you call 911; but do not let the person all the way into your home. B. Assure him that you will call 911 and leave the door shut. Once you have called 911, watch the person to assure his safety. C. Ask to see the person’s identification, then call 911. Alert a neighbor before inviting the person into your home.
Question 9 What would you do if are walking out of Belk to your car and someone demands your purse and bags? A. If you are not in danger, simply surrender your belongings. If your attacker has harmful intentions, strike him/her in the eyes or groin. B. Scream loudly and run C. Scream loudly and attack the person
Question 10 How would you identify someone at risk for developing skin cancer?
Question 11 How would you tell if a mole may be cancerous melanoma? A. Symptoms include itching and swelling around the mole, accompanied by a general yellowing of the mole itself. B. The mole bleeds easily and begins to resemble a blister C. The mole changes in color, has ragged borders, or an asymmetrical appearance
Question 12 What would you do to make an open wound stop bleeding? The wound is not life-threatening. A. Apply a mixture of peroxide and baking soda to the wound. Do not cover it for at least 3 hours. B. Wrap and hold the wound below the heart for 10 minutes, then raise it to heart level for 20 minutes. Repeat this process until bleeding stops. C. Apply direct pressure to the wound with clean gauze and elevate it for 5 to 7 minutes.
Question 13 What would you do if you were working on a home improvement project and you cut your finger off? A. Put the finger back in place. Wrap it tightly in sterile gauze, and go to the hospital B. Stop the bleeding by applying pressure to the wound with a clean cloth. Put the finger in a bag and put the bag on ice. Go to the hospital. C. Stop the bleeding by applying pressure to the wound with a clean cloth. Put the finger in a container of cold water, and go to the nearest hospital
Video Clip: What would you do? Watch the following video clip about a “home improvement gone bad.” What did the son do correct in this situation?
Question 14 How would you recognize alcohol poisoning? A. The victim loses consciousness, has a rapid heart rate, and has a temperature above 100 degrees F. B. The victim vomits repeatedly, slurs words, and is unable to stand up. C. The victim loses consciousness, is cold and clammy, and has a pulse of less than eight beats per minute.
Question 15 What would you do if your friend had alcohol poisoning? A. Call 911, turn the victim on his side, and monitor pulse and breathing. Perform CPR if necessary. B. Call 911 and splash the victim with cold water. Elevate the feet and head. C. Call 911 and sit the victim upright, so the blood rushes to the lower body.
Question 16 What would you do if you are home alone and begin choking on a hotdog? A. While standing, bend over and swiftly jam your knee into your abdomen B. Strike yourself just below the center of your rib cage with your fist C. Hurl yourself against a table edge, targeting the area of your abdomen just below your ribs
Video Clip: What would you do? Watch the following video clip about a baby who stops breathing. What did the babysitter do right in this situation? What could the babysitter have done differently in this situation?
Question 17 What would you do if you were shot? The bullet wound is not life-threatening. A. Do not remove the bullet. Cut off circulation to the wound with a tourniquet or tight knot. Call 911 B. Do not remove the bullet; apply direct pressure to the wound with your fingertips. Call 911 C. Dig for the bullet and remove it. Elevate the wound. Call 911
Video Clip: What would you do? Watch the following video clip about a robbery. Did the victims respond correctly to this dangerous situation? What could they have done differently?
Question 18 What would you do if you are at a party and a friend overdoses on painkillers? A. Force her to drink lots of water until she throws up. B. Call 911 and perform CPR if necessary C. Wrap the person in a warm blanket
Question 19 What would you do if are at a park playing football and a friend complains of heat exhaustion? A. Move the victim to a cool place, wrap the person in a wet sheet, and call 911 B. Move the victim to a cool place and gently spray the body with cold water. As soon as they cool off, encourage them to exercise to keep the blood flowing. C. Move the victim to a cool place and gently spray the body with cold water. Give the victim a sports drink or water.
Symptoms and prevention of Heat Exhaustion Symptoms: Heavy sweating Thirst Fatigue Heat Cramps Later… Headache Dizziness Nausea or vomiting Note: If the person does not cool off, it could develop into a heatstroke Prevention: Wear lightweight and light colored clothing when exercising Gradual exposure to heat and outdoors Do not exercise in the heat of the day Take breaks to drink water
Question 20 What would you do if you are at a track meet and a person is experiencing heat stroke? A. Move the victim to a cool place. Wrap the person in a wet sheet and them water only if they are not vomiting. B. Move the victim to a cool place. Give the person caffeine and sponge them with cold water C. Call 911, move the victim to a cool place, cool the person with a wet sheet, and give CPR if needed.
Symptoms and prevention of heat stroke Symptoms: Skin is flushed and very hot to touch Sweating has usually stopped Fast breathing Headache Dizziness Confusion Irrational behavior Possible Convulsions or unresponsiveness Prevention: Wear lightweight and light colored clothing when exercising Stay hydrated Do not exercise in the heat of the day
Question 21 What would you do if you are at a football game on a cold winter night and your father is complaining that he may have hypothermia? A. Call 911 and provide CPR if needed. Move the person out of the cold and warm them with blankets B. Call 911 and provide CPR if needed. Move the person out of the cold and harshly massage the victim’s skin C. Call 911 and provide CPR if needed. Move the person out of the cold and give them a hot drink if the person is alert
Symptoms and Prevention of Hypothermia Symptoms Uncontrollable shivering Lethargy Confusion Drowsiness Irrational behavior Clumsy movements Pale Cool skin Slow breathing Changing levels of responsiveness Prevention Dress in warm clothing. Wear several layers Avoid long exposure to cold temperatures Take breaks to “warm up” indoors Stay active if outdoors (exercise warms the body)
Crime Prevention Book 1. Choose 3 topics. 1. Home safety (burglary): pg. 21 2. Street safety: pg. 31 3. Rape and Date Rape: pg. 49 and 52 4. Fraud and Con Artist: pg. 81 5. Domestic Violence and stalking: pg. 85 6. Child Safety (abduction/molestation) pg. 91 7. Topic of choice in book (get approved) 2. Use one of the follow methods to express the information: Write a 3 paragraph paper Write 3 letters to three different friends teaching them about the crime or expressing your concern that they were a victim Choose another option (get approved) 3. Include the following information Define and discuss the crime Include at least 5 ways to prevent the crime Option: include additional information that is relevant