Life Skills Problem Solving: Injuries/Health Emergencies

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6.36 MB   |   (with 4 informational), 15 pages

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These task cards and worksheets are designed to assist students in solving functional medical problems. They are geared towards middle/high school/transitional students. Just print on card stock, laminate and cut! These cards/worksheets are a great platform for students to engage in thinking about handling difficult situations.

Download Includes:
-2 sets of numbered task cards:
(24) Emergency of Minor Injury: Decide whether a given scenario is an emergency or minor injury.
(24) What will you do?: For the same scenarios as above, the prompt is "what will you do?"
- 8.5x11 poster/graphic organizer for decision-making
- 1 Multiple Choice worksheet (Identify best solution)
- 1 fill in worksheet (Generate alternative solution)

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(with 4 informational), 15
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Life Skills Problem Solving: Injuries/Health Emergencies
Life Skills Problem Solving: Injuries/Health Emergencies
Life Skills Problem Solving: Injuries/Health Emergencies
Life Skills Problem Solving: Injuries/Health Emergencies