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Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education

Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education
Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education
Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education
Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education
Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education
Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education
Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education
Calling 911 for Secondary Students with Disabilities in Special Education
Product Description
Contains: 15 slide PowerPoint
4 page student PowerPoint fill-in printable
26 911 situation cards
911 worksheet

This folder contains a 15 slide PowerPoint all about calling 911. The PowerPoint is accompanied by a 4 page printable that students fill in as the teacher moves through the PowerPoint slides on the Smart Board. This forces students to pay closer attention, refocus, and write important key words.

The Calling 911 PowerPoint reviews the following concepts: why people call 911, what an emergency is, reasons to call 911, questions the 911 dispatcher will ask, calling 911 by mistake, and more! The student PowerPoint printables contain exact wording from the PowerPoint and students must find and fill in the missing words. It also contains images from the PowerPoint.

The 911 situation cards come with a page of 10 different suggested activities you can do with them. There are 26 cards, each containing a different situation. Students must decide whether they need to call 911 or not, etc.

The 911 worksheet lists 14 simple situations. Students must circle YES if they think they should call 911 or NO if they don't need to. Great for simple review or for a HW assignment.

This PowerPoint and these activities can also be used with general education students at the elementary level.

I teach older teens and young adults with disabilities. I create my own materials because I find it hard to find age appropriate materials for students who read and comprehend at a low level.


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Total Pages
15 slides and 9 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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