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2 Journal: Safety Pre-quiz 1.If you think someone is following you, slow your walking so they stop following you. 2.If someone wants your money or possessions do not give them up. Instead stand and yell as loudly as you can for help. 3. If the door to your house is open, immediately leave the area and call the police. 4. Personal information can sometimes be given over the telephone or computer. 5. Lock windows and doors if you are home alone. False True False True

3 Conflict Scenarios Pg. 47 DUE TODAY Complete each question for each scenario.

4 Journal: Safety Pre-quiz 1.If you think someone is following you, slow your walking so they stop following you. 2.If someone wants your money or possessions do not give them up. Instead stand and yell as loudly as you can for help. 3. If the door to your house is open, immediately leave the area and call the police. 4. Personal information can sometimes be given over the telephone or computer. 5. Lock windows and doors if you are home alone.

5 Home Lock doors and windows. Open the door only to people you know well. (Set up a “family code word”. If someone says they know your family, they’ll need the code word to prove it.) Do not give personal information over the telephone or computer. Never agree to meet alone with a person you met online. Page 48

6 If someone comes to the door or window and you are frightened, call 911 or the police. When you come home, have your key ready before you reach the door. Do not enter if the door is ajar or appears to have been tampered with. Never tell a stranger that you are home alone. Instead, say that your parents are busy and can’t come to the door or phone. Tell your parents where you’re going, who you’ll be with, how long you expect to be. If something goes wrong, your parents can’t help you if they don’t know where you are. Page 48

7 Outdoors Do not walk alone at night. Avoid poorly lit streets. If you think someone is following you, go into a store or other public place. Never hitchhike or accept a ride from strangers. Avoid entering an elevator alone with a stranger. Don’t look like an easy target. Stand tall and walk with confidence. If someone wants your money or possessions, give them up. If you are attacked, scream and get away any way you can. Always tell someone where you are going, how long you expect to be. Page 48

8 Car Obey the rules of the road. Always buckle up. Never ride with a driver who has been drinking alcohol or using drugs. Never distract a driver. Page 48

9 What do you do if... Your door is open when you come home? Don't go into the house! Leave the area and then call your parent/guardian right away or call the police. You hear an intruder in the house? Get out of the house if you can. If you can't get out, call 911 immediately, then hide in a closet or bathroom with the door locked until the police arrive. An intruder forces his or her way into your home when you enter? Get out of the house as fast as you can, at any cost. Page 48

10 Fire Safety Leave the house immediately. Call the fire department from a neighbor’s house or use a cell phone. If you are in the house, stay below the smoke line, and try to keep your nose and mouth covered. Before opening a closed door, feel it. If it is hot, leave the room by another route. If your clothing catches fire, stop, drop, and roll. NEVER go back into a burning building. Page 52

11 Complete the Fire Escape Plan, pg. 50 Due Monday 9/27

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