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Lab Safety

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  1. Lab Safety Life in this class will be difficult if you don’t learn this information!

  2. What is wrong with this picture?

  3. Lab Safety • Why is this information important?

  4. Welcome to Your First WebQuest!

  5. Purpose • To understand the importance of safety in the laboratory • To become familiar with lab safety rules

  6. What Are the Tasks? • Internet Scavenger Hunt • Safety Song or Poem • Safety Poster • Safety Quiz

  7. Internet Scavenger Hunt • You will work in groups of 2 or 3 • Go to the following website: • http://mysite.verizon.net/vze4gq6z/id24.html • Answer the questions • A paper copy of the questions will be provided for your convenience

  8. Grading Rubric for Scavenger Hunt

  9. Safety Song or Poem • You will work on this individually • Using the information gathered from the scavenger hunt, you will write an original song or poem about safety rules (you may focus on just one rule if you choose) • You will perform your song or poem to the class. Be creative!

  10. Song or Poem Guidelines • Information must be accurate • Keep it clean! You will be performing this for your peers • Must be original • Must be longer than four (4) lines (haiku and other forms of poetry are allowed) • Be creative!

  11. Song or Poem Grading Rubric

  12. Safety Poster • You will work on this individually • You will need to make a poster (8.5” x 11”) regarding a randomly assigned a safety rule • The poster may NOT have any wording on it, but it must clearly depict the safety rule • Posters may be displayed in the classroom or hallway

  13. Safety Poster Guidelines • No words allowed! You must create a poster so that others can understand the safety rule without any other form of explanation • You may draw, use magazine cutouts, or use computer-generated artwork (clipart or Google images are allowed) • Poster must be clearly seen from your desk if hung in the classroom • Poster must be neat and organized • Be creative!

  14. Safety Poster Grading Rubric

  15. Safety Quiz • At the end of this lesson, you will be give a safety quiz to measure what you have learned • If you do not score at least 80% on the quiz, you must retake the quiz until you score above the 80th percentile • You will be unable to participate in lab activities until you score above 80%