Reflection Journal Template, Module 5 & 6 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 an example of a bumper sticker from a former student: ““Driving the right speed is always a good deed. Enjoy your ride and don’t collide!” 1. What would yours say? My billboard would say “ Driving can be fun.
1.being too emotional 2.not having self-control 3.not paying attention Describe three characteristics of safe drivers. 1.Being careful 2.making good decision 3. paying attention Describe three driver errors that could cause a collision. 1. reckless driving 2.bad decision making 3.drunk driving How will this information affect you as a driver now and in the future? (2-3 sentences) · This information affects me as a driver in the future by helping me learn different things about driving to keep me safe. For example, paying attention to my surroundings and having
The importance of driver education. 2. I learned about some of the laws. 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: 4549 Module 2: The Driver: Complete one option below.
1. How cars came and all laws and rules of The road 2. Also about Automobiles and us how we correspond 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: 7527 Module 2: The Driver: Complete one option below. OPTION 1: Aha Moments: Aha moments are times when you have been reading something and the text suddenly makes sense or becomes clear to you.
My daily practice driving over the past six months had prepared me for any road shenanigans that the DPS instructor could throw my way. My turns were smooth and graceful, almost poetic in their fluidity. My blinker and I were at one with each other on the road. I was as alert as a gazelle in an open plain watching for predators on the highways I called the “unpredictable other drivers.” I was ready for my victory to come my way; “It’ll be a piece of cake,” I thought to myself. Then, I failed my first road test.
Another way to prevent texting while driving is if you have a passenger, give them your phone, and have them respond to the text, that way people do not have to look down for a couple seconds to respond. Yes, some people can do it without looking, but there are times people need to look down to make sure something is correct, and at that very moment it could be a life changing
Many people may believe that students should have to take a class in high school about the effects of alcohol and what it can do to your body, and what could happen when you get behind the wheel while intoxicated. Many people know the outcome of this but do they really pay attention to the long term effects. People need to see pictures, numbers, and information to prove to them that this is something that you really need to think about before pursuing it at a young
Accidents are caused by multi-tasking, Teens are easily distracted while driving by cell phones, the radio or even something simple as a friend talking to you. Which results in the poor choices in decision making and risky behaviors of youngsters behind the wheel, that will cause them to evaluate risk incorrectly. At the age of 16 years old students don’t have the mind capacity to drive and make responsible decisions. Although some young teenage drivers can drive responsibly and safely the roads will be a lot safer with a higher minimum driving age. Most teens at least 18 years old will have had more opportunities to learn an actually benefit from experience.
Dangerous Driving Habits The majority of traffic accidents are caused by dangerous driving habits aquired and practiced by drivers. A recently new dangerous habit is the use of a cell phone while driving, but the most dangerous driving habit is driving after consuming alcohol. Another habit that many people tend to have but don’t view as dangerous is listening to music while driving. It’s imperative that drivers understand these issues need to be taken seriously. The statistics continue to rise, but if we would take time to think about the lives being put in danger, perhaps we wouldn’t allow ourselves to be so heavily distracted.
Carly Roberts Ms. Strickland English 10 AE 4 April 2013 Driving While Intexticated Text messaging has become the dominating force of communication across the country. American teens send and receive an average of 3,300 text messages per month, that’s more than six texts every hour they are awake (Lazar)! However, the problem is not the amount of text messages delivered or received. Texting while driving is a growing problem that plagues a large percentage of the population. The risks of texting while driving are often unrealized, because it has not stopped drivers from sending a “quick” text from behind the wheel.