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    • 1. Day 1: Sept 9/12
      • Objective: SWBAT describe a safe science classroom
      • Homework: Page 18 – four safety items
      • Warm-up: Without looking in your notes, try to write the steps of the scientific method
      • HW CHECK PG 14 and 16
      • COLLECTING OLD DWO TODAY!!
    • 2. Agenda
      • Enter diagnostic data into system
      • Science safety notes
      • Science safety projects
    • 3. Sci Method Song
      • Flip chart glue to top of page 14
    • 4. Safety In the Science Lab Rules and Symbols Lab Safety: Everyone Is Responsible!
    • 5. Safety First
      • Science is a hands-on laboratory class.
      • You will be doing many laboratory activities, which require the use of hazardous chemicals and expensive lab equipment.
      • Safety in the science classroom is the #1 priority.
      • To ensure a safe science classroom, a list of rules has been developed and provided to you in your student safety contract.
      • These rules must be followed at all times.
      • A signed lab safety contract is required to participate in labs.
    • 6. Set up your notes
      • Page 19
      • Heading: Lab Safety
      • Remember… put the date
    • 7. General Safety Guidelines
      • Be Responsible at All Times. No horseplay, practical jokes, pranks, etc.
      • Follow all instructions carefully.
      • Do not play with lab equipment until instructed to do so.
      • Food, drink, and gum are not allowed in the science classroom.
      Lab Safety: Everyone Is Responsible!
    • 8. What to wear?
      • Wear:
        • Goggles/safety glasses
        • Closed-toed shoes
        • Clothing made of natural based fiber such as cotton
        • Tie back long hair
      • Do NOT Wear:
        • Sandals
        • Jewelry
        • Loose or Baggy clothing
    • 9. General Safety Guidelines
      • Keep the science room clean and organized.
      Lab Safety: Everyone Is Responsible!
      • Notify the teacher immediately of any accidents or unsafe conditions in the science classroom!
      • Wash your hands with soap and water after experiments.
    • 10. Safety Symbols
      • Wear safety goggles when working with chemicals, flames, or heating devices.
      • If a chemical gets in your eye, flush in water for 15 minutes and notify the teacher.
      Eye Protection Sharp Objects
      • When using knifes or other sharp objects always walk with the points facing down.
      • Cut away from fingers and body.
      Electrical Safety
      • Do not place a cord where someone can trip over it.
      • Never use electricity around water.
      • Unplug all equipment before leaving the room.
    • 11. Safety Symbols Animal Safety
      • Only handle living organisms with teacher permission.
      • Always treat living organisms humanely.
      • Wash your hands after handling animals.
      Heating Safety
      • Tie back hair and loose clothes when working with open flames.
      • Never look into a container as you are heating it.
      • Heated metal and glass looks cool, use tongs or gloves before handling.
      • Never leave a heat source unattended.
    • 12. Safety Symbols Chemical Safety
      • Read all labels twice before removing a chemical from the container.
      • Never touch, taste, or smell a chemical unless instructed by the teacher.
      • Transfer chemicals carefully!
      Hand Safety
      • If a chemical spills on your skin, notify the teacher and rinse with water for 15 minutes.
      • Carry glassware carefully.
      Plant Safety
      • Do not eat any plants in lab.
      • Wash your hands after handling plants.
    • 13. Lab Safety Equipment
      • Safety Shower
      • Safety Goggles
      Eye Wash
    • 14. Lab Safety Equipment
      • Fire
      • Extinguisher
      • Fire Blanket
      Fume Hood
    • 15. Safety Equipment
      • Fire Blanket – Located next to the sink
      • Fire Extinguisher – Located under the sink
      To operate the fire extinguisher remember P-A-S-S P - Pull the Pin A -Aim the hose at the base of the fire from 5-6 feet away. S -Squeeze the handle. S -Sweep the hose back and forth across the fire. REMEMBER: Stop, Drop, & Roll On Fire?
    • 16. What’s Wrong With This Picture?
    • 17. What’s Wrong With This Picture?
    • 18. What’s Wrong With This Picture?
    • 19. What’s Wrong With These Statements?
      • Hal says that his teacher is solely responsible for preventing laboratory accidents.
      • Keshia started the lab activity before reading it through completely.
      • Ricardo decided to do a lab activity that he read about in a library book before the teacher came into the classroom.
      • Stephanie says that the safety goggles mess up her hair and give her raccoon eyes. She refuses to wear them.
      • Barbie and Ken accidentally break a beaker full of some chemical. Instead of risking getting in trouble they quickly clean up the mess with paper towel and throw it in the garbage.
    • 20. What To Do In An Emergency
      • If there is a fire or fire alarm
        • Quietly get up and push in your chair.
        • Walk toward the outside classroom door.
        • Walk to the basketball court.
        • Quickly line up in alphabetical order by last name.
        • Remain in line until the drill is over.
        • Remain silent throughout the entire alarm so that all people can hear important directions.
      Lab Safety: Everyone Is Responsible!
    • 21. Any Questions?
      • REMEMBER:
      • You must pass the safety quiz with at least 90%
      • You must have safety contract on file with advisor
    • 22. Page 18 assignment
      • Divide the page into four quadrants (sections)
      • Complete these four assignments:
        • 1: Cartoon
        • 2: Haiku
        • 3: Acrostic Poem
        • 4: Choose one more!
      • Page 7 has the information on how to complete the assignments

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