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Jeff H Johnson FRIT 7430: Instructional Design Stage 1, Understanding by Design June 8, 2011

UbD Stage 1 Template


Title of Safety Unit Curriculum CTAE - Construction Area
Content Standards: ACT-OSF-1 Students will understand and practice construction safety. Demonstrate knowledge of use and care of PPE (personal Protective Equipment). A. Demonstrate a basic knowledge of OSHA and its regulations. B. Demonstrate a basic knowledge of safety as related to aerial work, electricity, and fire.

Grade Level Time Frame

9th 12th grade


3 weeks

Stage 1 Identify Desired Results

Understandings
Students will understand that: U1. Having the correct perspective and awareness to practice construction safety will create a strong safety culture. U2. There are different causes of accidents and will be able to identify potential hazards. U3. By properly donning PPE they will know how each piece works and will be able to apply the correct PPE in whatever hazard is experienced. U4. Safety policies and regulations are governed by OSHA. U5. They can apply the correct methods in using safety equipment to prevent injuries from falls, electrical shock and fire hazards.

Related Misconceptions: Students sometimes do not take the concept of safety serious. Students sometimes recognize safety tools and think they already know the proper way to handle these tools. Most of the time they have been taught incorrectly.

Essential Questions
Overarching Questions: Topical Questions: What is a safety culture? What are the causes and results of accidents? What is PPE and how is it used? Why is it so important to use PPE properly? What are companys safety policies and OSHA regulations? What is the general duty clause and rights and responsibilities of employees? What is aerial work and how do you protect yourself from falls? What electrical safety protocols are used in construction?

What safety tools and concepts are used to keep workers safe?

What fire protection procedures do you need to know to work safely?

Knowledge and Skills Knowledge


Students will know: knowledge of use and care of PPE Hard Hat Eye and face Protection Hand protection Leg protection Skin protection Hearing protection Respirator protection knowledge of OSHA and its regulations Code of federal regulation General duty clause

Skills
Students will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of use and care of PPE. Hard Hat Eye and face Protection Hand protection Leg protection Skin protection Hearing protection Respirator protection Demonstrate a basic knowledge of OSHA and its regulations.

Employee rights and responsibilities Inspection Violation Compliance

Record keeping

knowledge of safety as related to aerial work, electricity, and fire Personal fall arrest systems Ladders and stairs Scaffolds Electrical Grounding (GFCI) Fire prevention firefighting

Demonstrate a basic knowledge of safety as related to aerial work, electricity, and fire. Personal fall arrest systems Ladders and stairs Scaffolds Electrical Grounding (GFCI) Fire prevention firefighting

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Completenes s

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Each section of the template has been completed with meaningful entries

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UbD Stage 1 Scoring Rubric


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Understandings Identifies understandings that relate to the standards but are too simplistic or state factual knowledge.

Template provided is not complete

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Identifies targeted understandings that will lead to some discovery but are not at the heart of the discipline.

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The targeted understandings clearly utilize the six facets of understanding. Identifies targeted understandings that are enduring, based on transferable, big ideas at the heart of the discipline.

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Essential Questions The essential and unit questions have right answers and do not provoke student engagement.

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The essential and unit questions serve as guides, but might not provoke student engagement. Includes some topical and overarching essential questions.

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Identifies essential questions that are provocative, arguable, and likely to generate inquiry around the central ideas. Includes both topical and overarching essential questions.

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Knowledge & Skills Knowledge and skills are not identified

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Identifies knowledge and skills.

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Shows ability to identify key knowledge and key skills.

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Grammar/Spelling Numerous errors found in grammar, spelling or usage that distract the reader. Required format has not been used

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A few errors found in grammar, spelling or usage that distract the reader. Most of the formatting requirements have been satisfied

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No errors found in grammar, spelling or usage that distract the reader. Required formatting used

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Total Score

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