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Unformatted text preview: PESP 042 Prof. Robert Kolonkowski Lifeguarding Webquest Assignment Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Introduction Webquests are internet based student learning activities. You will use this webquest to find water safety information that you can present to the patrons at your swim facility. Learning more about water safety will make you a better lifeguard. home Task Task one, you will select a water safety related web site(s). Task two, from the web site(s) you selected, identify recent drowning statistics in the US. Task three, identify specific rules and regulations you would want implemented at your swim facility. Task four, prepare a water safety brochure using the statistics and rules and regulations you have identified. home Process Do an internet search for a web site with water safety information. You may do a Google search or use sites on the resources page. Prepare a water safety brochure using Microsoft Office Publisher or some other desk top publisher. Your brochure should be double sided three fold and have color and clip art. Bring brochure to class (not needed in color) week of April 15 and email a copy to hprrpk@hofstra.edu. home Resources www.cdc.gov/ncipc/factsheets/drown.htm Webbased Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/watersafetyrecreational.html Services and providers for Water Safety www.lpch.org/DiseaseHealthInfo/HealthLibrary/safety/waterstat.html The following statistics are the latest available from the National SAFE KIDS Campaign and the National Safety Council. www.redcross.org/services/hss/tips/healthtips/safetywater.html general water safety tips, focusing on outdoor sport activities, child safety, lakes, rivers, and home pools. www.safeusa.org/water/water.htm Materials Resource Catalog with materials on water safety. www.usla.org The official website of the United States Lifesaving Association home Evaluation Brochure interesting and fun to read Poor 20 not an interesting or useful Fair 25 fairly interesting and useful Good 30 very interesting, informative, and fun to read and learn Brochure content content is not interesting or useful Content is fairly interesting and useful content is very interesting, useful, and fun Brochure creativity Brochure is missing or poorly crafted, no colors name or date Brochure is somewhat crafted, some colors, few graphics Brochure is neatly crafted, colorful, neat graphics home Conclusion Now that you have completed this Webquest, you should have some good ideas about water safety and how to present water safety information to swimmers at your aquatic facility. home ...
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