USC6.6

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USC6.6 a. Examine safety risks for common/local adolescent activities (e.g., based on needs and interests of community).

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USC6.6 b. Reflect on and communicate personal and family attitudes towards safety.

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USC6.6 c. Represent a personalized, thoughtful, and coherent understanding of the importance of a healthy attitude toward personal safety.

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USC6.6 d. Investigate and analyze the intent of the rules, regulations, and laws related to safety practices for common and local adolescent activities.

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USC6.6 e. Evaluate the rights and responsibilities associated with rules, regulations, and laws related to a variety of safety practices to create healthy and safe community environments (e.g., tobacco legislation, personal protective equipment).

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  • Explore the impact of drug and alcohol free, remote communities. Why do they exist? Whose rights are being protected? Whose rights are being denied? Whose responsibility is it to create safe community environments?
  • Video resource: The Honor of All
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USC6.6 f. Examine the possible physical, social, and emotional consequences of not understanding and/or not following safety rules, regulations, and laws.

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  • Medicine Wheel model can be used to explore the consequences of not following safety rules, regulations, and laws.
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USC6.6 g. Determine when safety and personal standards about individual responsibility for safety and accident prevention may be challenged.

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USC6.6 h. Affirm personal standards with respect to individual rights and responsibilities for creating and supporting safe environments.

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USC6.6 i. Defend the statement "community safety is everyone's responsibility".

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