Module 1: Driving is Your Responsibility:
Complete the K-W-L information below.
K- What you Know
Discuss two things you know about driving.
1. That its a lot of responsibility.
2.There is many pros and cons of driving.
W—What you Want to know
Discuss two things you want to know about driving.
1. Different safety measures you must do when you enter the car. 2. Why do some people think driving is boring?
L—What you Learned
Discuss at least two new things you learned from Module One. 1.I learn that teenagers having a driving time restriction. 2. Also, that a 16 year old risk of getting in a car accident is higher then any other age group.
If you do not have your permit, please provide the last four digits of your social security number so that your teacher can issue your drug and alcohol certificate. My last four digits are:
Module 2: The Driver:
Describe three aha moments that you had as you worked through Module Two. 1.That we have two different type of vision central and peripheral. 2.”Aim high and look ahead, don’t look down” This is important because we can spot curves from far 3. When I found out you must have a optimistic attitude to drive but not too pessimistic because if you’re to optimistic you can be a bad driver.
How will this information affect you as a driver now and in the future? (2-3 sentences) This information will affect me as a driver because if I follow these rules I can be a good driver. If I don’t follow these rules I can cause serious accident that may result in my death or someone else death. Module 3: Natural Forces Affecting the Driver
2. Inertia- When a object is at rest it will remain at rest. While an object in motion will remain in motion in the same direction unless a force touch it. 3. Potential Energy- Its energy an object already has in it self. 4. Kinetic Energy- The energy made while an object is in motion. 5. Friction-Its the restraint between the movement of two surface in contact. 6. Traction- Traction is always affected by friction someway somehow. 7. Centrifugal Force- The opposite of centripetal force. It doesn't seek to be in the middle. It also increase a person acceleration. 8. Centripetal Force-Its a force that seeks to be in the middle. 10. Force of impact- Is the force made when objects meet.
Module 4: Signs, Signals & Pavement Markings
1. Explain the purpose of the following
A. The difference between solid and broken lines is: In a solid line you can not pass over it while on a broken line you may pass over it. B. Yellow lines (broken or solid) indicate what type of traffic flow: The yellow line indicates where the center of a two way traffic is at. You may cross over a broken yellow line but you can't cross a solid yellow line. C. White lines (broken or solid) indicate what type of traffic flow:White lines tells you which way traffic is traveling in your direction.
2. Observe and describe the different signs in YOUR city. Give specific examples of each (include color, shape, what the sign is for, etc.). A. A regulatory sign: A speed limit of 35. Its a white rectangular shape sign. B. A motorist services sign: A hospital sign. It's a blue square sign with a capital H in the middle. C. A recreational sign: A recreational sign is brown and rectangular. A sign indicating to the Florida everglades. D. A sign that you know what it means because of its shape: A triangle sign is telling you to yeild.
3. Explain 3 interesting or important facts from Module 3 and 4. A. An interesting thing I learn is that driving and physics are interconnected. B.I realize that the shapes and colors of a sign tells you a lot about its meaning. C. An important fact I learn is that you can always drive over a broken but never a solid line unless there is hazard in the way. Module 5: Laws and Rules of the Road
Create a car saying (Bumper Sticker) or a Road Sign (Billboard) that would describe one main point you learned in Module 5. This is...
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