Review Your Learning and Vocabulary 1. Answer the Check Your Knowledge review questions. 2. Click on the activity icon or go to the G-W Learning Companion Website if you want to answer the questions online and submit your answers to your teacher. 3. Read the list of terms in the Use Your Vocabulary section. 4. Complete the vocabulary activities to review the meanings of the terms. 5. Click on the activity icon or go to the G-W Learning Companion Website to complete additional vocabulary activities online. Chapter 12 Review and Assessment Unit 5 Protecting Your Physical Health and Safety Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. 420 Check Your Knowledge Record your answers to each of the following questions on a separate sheet of paper. 1. If you find a gun in an unsecured area, what should you do? 2. True or false. During a fire, you should crawl on the floor to escape dangerous smoke. 3. What is emergency preparedness? 4. True or false. If a thief demands your phone, you should refuse to hand it over. 5. True or false. Deleting a photo online completely removes it from the Internet. 6. How should you signal that you are turning left when riding a bike? A. Bending your forearm. B. Pointing left. C. Waving your left arm. D. Veering left. 7. Which of the following is a good water-safety practice? A. Diving in shallow water. B. Wearing a life jacket. C. Swimming in an unsupervised area. D. Swimming in cold water. 8. Which of the following is a sign of a life-threatening injury? A. Shock. B. Minor bleeding. C. Swelling. D. Bruising. 9. How should you provide first aid to someone experiencing severe bleeding? 10. What happens during anaphylaxis? 11. When should you call 911 if you find someone who is not breathing and whose heart is not beating? A. After giving five abdominal thrusts. B. Immediately. C. After giving one cycle of CPR. D. After finding an AED. 12. What is Hands-Only™ CPR? Use Your Vocabulary anaphylaxis automated external defibrillator (AED) bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) emergency preparedness escape plan extinguish fire triangle first aid first-aid kit flammable hackers identity theft medical emergency natural disasters pedestrians poisonous precautions standard precautions strangers 13. Draw a cartoon for one of the terms above. Use the cartoon to express the meaning of the term. Share your cartoon with the class. Explain how the cartoon shows the meaning of the term. 14. Working in pairs, locate a small image online that visually describes or explains each of the terms above. Create flash cards by writing each term on a note card. Then, paste the image that describes or explains the term on the opposite side. Pair up with another team and review each other’s flash cards. 2 1 5 3 4
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