Health in a minute videos are short segments that are used to help summarize a lesson at the end of class, help introduce a lesson or unit at the beginning of class, or can be used in any other manner as a resource for your teaching lessons. This video deals with first aid and safety in regards to the different types of burns. Health in a minute videos are short in duration and last anywhere between one and 3 minutes. It was designed to get simple ideas across quickly to the students. It’s a great way to use in a health room and even better way to use in a physical education setting where health is rarely taught. It can be used for ending a class in physical education class to allow for the students to catch their breath and get their hearts back to resting. If it’s being used in a setting like physical education, it can be used as a cool down after an activity, at the beginning, or end of a class. Health and Physical Education go hand in hand, which makes these short videos great anywhere. They can be used at any grade level depending on what you are looking for. Some videos go in greater detail than others, but are organized the same way. The video will display the name of the video and the standards they cover. After the video of health in a minute is shown to a class; the students get a brief overview of what the teacher will be talking about, the teacher can discuss in their own lessons a more detailed description of what they want their students to learn during the class period. Health in a minute is a great way to introduce and possibly review information to lessons and units at the beginning or end of a class period; it all depends on what you are teaching. Health in a minute is a good way to get the students excited about a lesson. The videos can be added to your teachings as the students enter your classroom at the beginning as you continue to setup for the day. Health in a minute videos are not made to substitute for your teachings, but are to help compliment them. All information regarding health, nutrition, safety, etc. changes on a daily basis, so the videos may not always coincide with the information you are teaching. They may even differ from the most recent up to date information, but they are accurate in that they all cover relatively the same concept depending on the video. Try these videos if you are looking for something new to add to your teachings. They are simple, to the point, and can be used in either a health, physical education, or any regular class. If a file doesn’t work I’ll try to send it again. All files have been tested to work on multiple computer brands. Thanks and ENJOY!