California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5 Online Training


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1 California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5 Online Training A project of the California Healthy Kids and After School Resource Center and the California Safe Routes to School Technical Assistance Resource Center Hello. Welcome to the online training for the California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5. This project was a collaboration between the California Department of Education s California Healthy Kids and After School Resource Center and the California Safe Routes to School Technical Assistance Resource Center (TARC). TARC is a program of California Active Communities, a joint unit of the University of California, San Francisco, and the California Department of Public Health, and is funded by the Federal Highway Administration through a Safe Routes to School Noninfrastructure award from the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). This training takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. Let s get started! 1
2 Training Objectives You will learn about: Safe Routes to School. Lessons in the California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5. Integrating pedestrian and bicycle safety with other subject areas. Addressing the Common Core State Standards and the California Health Education Content Standards while teaching pedestrian and bicycle safety. Let s start this training by reviewing the training objectives. You will learn about the Safe Routes to School Program and the lessons in the California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5. You will also learn how to integrate pedestrian and bicycle safety with other subject areas. Finally, you will learn how to address the Common Core State Standards and the California Health Education Content Standards while teaching pedestrian and bicycle safety. 2
3 California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5 Nine 60minute lessons. Aligned with the Common Core State Standards, the California Health Education Content Standards, and the National Health Education Standards. Integrated with English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Health, and Physical Education. Alignment with the Common Core State Standards and integration with core subject areas should make the curriculum easier for teachers to use. The California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5 consists of nine lessons. These lessons can be taught on their own or as an entire unit. Each lesson takes approximately 60 minutes to teach. The lessons are aligned with the Common Core State Standards, the California Health Education Content Standards, and the National Health Education Standards. They are also integrated with English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Health, and Physical Education. Alignment with the Common Core State Standards and integration with core subject areas should make the curriculum easier for teachers to use. These lessons were piloted at four California schools with diverse student populations, and reviewed by Safe Routes to School Technical Assistance Resource Center Advisory Committee Members, as well as Strategic Highway Safety Plan Challenge Area 13 Reviewers. The full list of reviewers is available on the acknowledgement page of the Curriculum. 3
4 Safe Routes to School Safe Routes to School programs benefit communities by: Making walking and bicycling to school safer and more accessible for children, including children with disabilities; Increasing the number of children who choose to walk and bicycle; Enhancing children s health, wellbeing, and academic performance; Easing traffic congestion and improving air quality near schools; and Improving community members overall quality of life. Safe Routes to School programs make walking and bicycling to school safer and more accessible for all children and increase the number of children who choose to walk and bicycle. Safe Routes to School programs also benefit communities by enhancing children s health, wellbeing, and academic performance; easing traffic congestion and improving air quality near schools; and improving community members overall quality of life. 4
5 The Common Core State Standards The Common Core State Standards are a single set of educational standards in English Language Arts and Mathematics to be used across states. States voluntarily adopt the Common Core State Standards. The Common Core State Standards are a single set of educational standards in English Language Arts and Mathematics to be used across states. States voluntarily adopt the Common Core State Standards. California was one of the first states to adopt Common Core. By aligning this curriculum with the Common Core State Standards, teachers will be able to meet important content standards while teaching their students about pedestrian and bicycle safety. 5
6 Overview of Lessons Time to Get Moving! Topic: Health Benefits of Walking and Bicycling Students make a plan for scheduling 60 minutes of physical activity into their daily lives. 2. Exercise Your Superpower! Topic: Health Benefits of Walking and Bicycling Students explore the health benefits of physical activity and create comic strips showing the superpowers of physical activity. 3. Prescribe a Pollution Diet! Topic: Environmental Impact of Walking and Bicycling Students learn how transportation choices impact air pollution. They help Pollutey Judy calculate and reduce the amount of air pollution that she produces each day. Now I ll take you through an overview of the nine lessons in the curriculum so you can get a feel for the content. In the first lesson, Time to Get Moving, students learn about the health benefits of walking and bicycling by making a plan for scheduling 60 minutes of physical activity into their daily lives. In the second lesson, Exercise Your Superpower, students explore the health benefits of physical activity and create comic strips showing the superpowers of physical activity. In the third lesson, Prescribe a Pollution Diet, students learn how transportation choices impact air pollution. They help Pollutey Judy calculate and reduce the amount of air pollution that she produces each day. 6
7 Overview of Lessons Rules of the Road Topic: Pedestrian and Bicycle Laws Students learn about pedestrian and bicycle safety laws and consider reallife scenarios where these laws apply. 5. Design Your Own Traffic Sign Game Topic: Pedestrian Safety Students identify the meaning and importance of traffic signs. They design and play games to learn about traffic signs. 6. Silent Safety Signals Topic: Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Students learn how nonverbal communication helps people stay safe while walking and bicycling. They play games to practice using bicycle hand signals and eye contact. In the next three lessons, students explore pedestrian and bicycle laws and address pedestrian and bicycle safety. In Rules of the Road, students learn about pedestrian and bicycle safety laws and consider reallife scenarios where these laws apply. In Design Your Own Traffic Safety Game, students identify the meaning and importance of traffic signs. They design and play games to learn about traffic signs. In Silent Safety Signals, students learn how nonverbal communication helps people stay safe while walking and bicycling. They play games to practice using bicycle hand signals and eye contact. 7
8 Overview of Lessons Get Your Helmet On! Topic: Bicycle Safety Students analyze the influences that contribute to bicyclists wearing helmets and create persuasive advertisements to promote bicycle safety. 8. How Can We Be Safe on Our Routes to School? Topic: Safe Routes to School Students examine factors that affect pedestrian and bicycle safety and assess the safety of their routes to school. 9. Getting to School What s the Cost? Topic: Impacts of Walking and Bicycling Students evaluate the monetary, environmental, safety, and practical cost of different modes of transportation. In the last three lessons, students consider the safety of their routes to school and learn more about the environmental impact of walking and bicycling. In Get Your Helmet On, students analyze the influences that contribute to bicyclists wearing helmets and create persuasive advertisements to promote bicycle safety. In How Can We Be Safe On Our Routes to School, students examine factors that affect pedestrian and bicycle safety and assess the safety of their routes to school. In the last lesson, Getting to School: What s the Cost, students evaluate the monetary, environmental, safety, and practical cost of different modes of transportation. 8
9 Why Integration? Integrated lessons encourage students to think across subject areas, make connections, and navigate realworld situations. Integration allows teachers to accommodate more content into the curriculum. There are many benefits to integration. Integrated lessons encourage students to think across subject areas. Integrated lessons also allow students to make connections and to navigate realworld situations. Teaching integrated lessons allows teachers to fit more content into the curriculum. 9
10 Subject Integration Mathematics Integration: Students work with the calculation 1 mile =.97 pounds of air pollution* to determine how much air pollution Judy is creating each day. They use mathematics in a realworld context by multiplying and adding to calculate the amount of air pollution Judy produces. English Language Arts Integration: Students write opinion pieces convincing Pollutey Judy of the importance of making safe and ecofriendly transportation decisions. Health Integration: Students identify ways to increase, monitor, encourage, and promote physical activity. * In Prescribe a Pollution Diet, students work with the calculation 1 mile =.97 pounds of air pollution to determine how much air pollution Judy is creating each day. They use mathematics in a realworld context by multiplying and adding to calculate the amount of air pollution Judy produces. At the end of the lesson, students write opinion pieces convincing Pollutey Judy of the importance of making more ecofriendly transportation decisions. Several health standards are addressed through this lesson as students identify ways to increase, monitor, encourage, and promote physical activity. 10
11 Integration: A Closer Look Lesson 3: Prescribe a Pollution Diet Before prescribing a pollution diet to Pollutey Judy, students work together to evaluate the pros and cons of different modes of transportation, consider the safety of each mode of transportation, and brainstorm how to stay safe while using each mode of transportation. Pollutey Judy drives everywhere and never carpools. Students use the calculation 1 mile =.97 pounds of air pollution* to determine how much air pollution Judy is creating each day. Each student works to put Judy on a pollution diet, suggesting ways she can spare the air. Students calculate how much air pollution is saved per day when Judy is on her pollution diet and write opinion pieces convincing Judy of the importance of making safe and ecofriendly transportation decisions. * Let s take a closer look at how one of the lessons is integrated with other subject areas. We ll start by exploring the content of this lesson. In Prescribe a Pollution Diet, students work to put Pollutey Judy on a pollution diet. They consider the safety of each mode of transportation and brainstorm how to stay safe while using each mode of transportation. Pollutey Judy drives everywhere and never carpools. She drives out of convenience and doesn t realize the impact her choices have on the environment. In this lesson, students use the calculation 1 mile =.97 pounds of air pollution to determine how much air pollution Judy is creating each day. Each student works to put Judy on a pollution diet, suggesting ways she can spare the air. Students calculate how much air pollution is saved per day when Judy is on her pollution diet and write opinion pieces convincing Judy of the importance of making more ecofriendly transportation decisions. 11
12 English Language Arts/Literacy Common Core State Standards in Lesson 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information. Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information. Students meet these standards by writing opinion pieces convincing Judy of the importance of making safe and ecofriendly transportation decisions. In Prescribe a Pollution Diet, two English Language Arts/Literacy Common Core State Standards are addressed: Grades Four and Five Writing Standard 1: Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information. Students meet these standards by writing opinion pieces convincing Pollutey Judy of the importance of making more ecofriendly transportation decisions. 12
13 Mathematics Common Core State Standards in Lesson 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Number and Operations in Base Ten (4.NBT): Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multidigit arithmetic. Fluently add and subtract multidigit whole numbers using the standard algorithm. Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a onedigit whole number, and multiply two twodigit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models. Number and Operations in Base Ten (5.NBT): Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multidigit arithmetic. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to the hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used. Students meet these standards by using the calculation 1 mile =.97 pounds of air pollution* to determine how much air pollution Judy is creating each day. * In Prescribe a Pollution Diet, two grade four Mathematics Common Core State Standards are addressed. The first one is the Number and Operations in Base Ten Standard 4, which requires students to fluently add and subtract multidigit whole numbers using the standard algorithm. The second is the Number and Operations in Base Ten Standard 4, which requires students to multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a onedigit whole number, multiply two twodigit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations, and illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and area models. In addition, one grade five Mathematics Common Core State Standard is addressed: Number and Operations in Base Ten Standard 5, which requires students to add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to the hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and the relationship between addition and subtraction, and to relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used. Students meet these standards by working with the calculation 1 mile =.97 pounds of air pollution to determine how much air pollution Judy is creating each day. 13
14 California Health Education Content Standards in Lesson 3 Nutrition and Physical Activity  Grade 4 Nutrition and Physical Activity  Grade 5 Standard 1: Essential Concepts 1.8.N: Identify ways to increase and monitor physical activity. Standard 8: Health Promotion 8.1.N: Encourage and promote healthy eating and increased physical activity opportunities at school and in the community. Students meet these standards by analyzing Pollutey Judy s transportation habits, as well as their own, suggesting ways to substitute walking and bicycling for driving, and communicating the benefits of these alternatives to younger students. The Prescribe a Pollution Diet lesson addresses two California Health Education Content Standards in nutrition and physical activity. The fourth grade standard, under the overarching health content standard of Essential Concepts, requires students to identify ways to increase and monitor physical activity. The fifth grade standard, under the overarching health content standard of Health Promotion, states that students will encourage and promote healthy eating and increased physical activity opportunities at school and in the community. Students meet these standards by analyzing Pollutey Judy s transportation options, as well as their own, suggesting alternatives such as walking and bicycling instead of driving, and composing ways to communicate the benefits of walking and bicycling to younger students. Each of the other eight lessons in the California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum similarly integrate pedestrian and bicycle safety with academic and health subject areas using the Common Core State Standards and the California Health Education Content Standards. 14
15 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Today you learned about: Safe Routes to School. Lessons in the California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5. Integrating pedestrian and bicycle safety with other subject areas. Addressing the Common Core State Standards and the California Health Education Content Standards while teaching pedestrian and bicycle safety. Today you learned about the lessons in the California Bicycle and Pedestrian Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5. You learned how to integrate pedestrian and bicycle safety with other subject areas and how to address the Common Core State Standards and the California Health Education Content Standards while teaching pedestrian and bicycle safety. 15
16 Congratulations! Congratulations! You have reached the end of the training. You will now have the opportunity to take a quiz to test the knowledge you have acquired in this training. If you receive a passing score, a completion certificate will be ed to you at the address you provided. If you don t receive a passing score, you will have the opportunity to take the test again at any time. Following the quiz, you will be asked to complete a brief feedback survey. After you complete the survey, you will be able to access California Healthy Kids and After School Resource Center library resources and be able to download the California Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5. You may take the quiz by selecting the link. Thank you for participating in this training and for your support in promoting safe walking, bicycling, and other modes of active transportation for California children and their families. 16
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