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Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course                                      Classroom InstructionTOPICS  ...
Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course                                     Classroom Instructionattention...
Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course                                      Classroom Instructionvisual a...
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  1. 1. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom InstructionTOPICS BOOK/MEDIA PAGE VIDEOS AND HANDBOOK QUESTIONSModule Three Vehicle MovementsClassroom Instructional Phase TEDxTalks http://ed.ted.com/on/R0NeWaAj3.1.1 Visual Attention, Mental Visual Attention, Mental Attention, and CommunicationAttention, and Communication(A) Describe how to sustain visualattention, mental attention, andcommunication Texas Drivers 1. If you are required to show proof of financial responsibility for the(B) Relate how the sense of sight, Handbook Chapt. 3 future, how many years must such proof be kept up?hearing, smell, taste, touch, and According to the Safety Responsibility or Evidence of Financialkinesthesia support visual attention Responsibility law, persons whose driving privilege has been suspended or Texas Department ofand mental attention Public Safety revoked are required to file and maintain a Form SR-22 with the(C) Illustrate and explain the purpose Department. Form SR-22 insurance is mandatory for a period of two (2) years from the date of conviction.of the different fields of vision(D) Describe how to utilize targetingto sustain visual attention and mental 2. When needed, how may one show proof of financialattention Texas Drivers p 3-1 responsibility?(E) Describe how each field of vision Handbooksupports visual attention and visual A standard proof of liability insurance form prescribed by the Texas Department of Insurance and issued by a liability insurer.targeting(F) Illustrate and define open, closed,and changing vehicle operating 3. When are you required to show proof of financial responsibility? p 3-1space, line of sight, path of travel, Evidence of financial responsibility must be presented to the properlane placement, and following interval authorities at the time a person applies for a driver license, registers a(G) Summarize how vehicle speed motor vehicle, or obtains a motor vehicle inspection certificate.impacts visual attention, mental Every owner and/or operator of a motor vehicle in Texas is required, as a condition of driving, to furnish upon request, evidence of financialattention, and communication responsibility to a law enforcement officer or to another person involved in(H) List the characteristics of a crash.traditional and non-traditionalroadways and intersections includingrailroad grade crossings and trafficcircles(I) Summarize how to use visualTexas Drivers Handbook http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/driverlicense/documents/dl-7.pdf 1
  2. 2. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom Instructionattention and mental attention toidentify other roadway usersincluding vulnerable roadway users(pedestrian including a runner,physically disabled person, childskater, highway construction andmaintenance worker, utility worker, orother worker with legitimate businessin or near the roadway or right ofway, or stranded motorist orpassenger, person on horseback, http://ed.ted.com/on/hrmo3kP3person operating equipment other Srobertlive Roadways, Intersections and Railroad Crossingsthan a motor vehicle including,bicycle, motorcycle, horse-drivenconveyance, farm equipment, slowmoving vehicles, etc.)(J) List the characteristics of Hazard Warning Signal Lights. When any truck, bus, truck-tractor,traditional and non-traditional Texas Drivers trailer, semi-trailer, or pole-trailer 80 inches or more in width or 30 feet or p 15-2 more in overall length is stopped upon a roadway or adjacent shoulder, theroadways and intersections including Handbook driver shall immediately actuate electric hazard warning signal lightsrailroad grade crossings and traffic (flashers), which flash simultaneously. These lights need not be displayedcircles by a vehicle legally parked inside the city limits, a vehicle stopped to(K) Relate how visual attention and receive or discharge passengers, a vehicle stopped at an official traffic control device, or a vehicle stopped at the direction of a police officer.communication are utilized tomanage vehicle operating space, lineof sight, path of travel, laneplacement, right-of-way, followinginterval, vehicle speed,communication, and compensatingfor limitations(L) List communication techniquesutilized to alert other roadway usersincluding vulnerable roadway userswho may or may not be utilizingTexas Drivers Handbook http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/driverlicense/documents/dl-7.pdf 2
  3. 3. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom Instructionvisual attention and mental attention(M) List the communicationtechniques utilized by other roadwayusers including vulnerable roadwayusers to obtain a driver’s visualattention and mental attention3.1.2 Reference Points Texas Drivers Appendix A perpendicular parking - parking the vehicle at a right angle (to a curb or Handbook Glossary of parking stripe using visual reference points for entering and leaving.(A) Define and illustrate reference Terms turnabout - turning maneuvers for turning into or out of an alley orpoints driveway using reference points for best positioning.(B) Describe how reference points space management areas - designated or numbered positions around theare utilized to position the front, car that identify relationships to the environment or objects. space cushion - open area around a vehicle that consists of adequatesides, corners and rear of the vehicle following interval between it and the vehicles ahead and behind that allowwithin given distances of a fixed the driver to stop, plus swerve paths to left and right.location(C) Demonstrate how reference DefensiveDriving http://ed.ted.com/on/pys6GT5l Reference Pointspoints are utilized to perform vehicle 1maneuvers and manage vehicleoperating space, line of sight, path oftravel, lane placement, right-of-way,following interval, vehicle speed, andcommunication3.1.3 Vehicle Balance(A) Define and explain the necessityfor vehicle balance BlackMountain http://ed.ted.com/on/gCItC8Qs(B) Summarize how vehicle speed Safety Accelerate, Decelerate and Steerimpacts vehicle balance(C) Explain how performing vehicleoperation and control tasks toaccelerate, decelerate, steer(straight, right, left), move forward,back, and stop manages vehiclebalance(D) Describe how performing vehicleTexas Drivers Handbook http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/driverlicense/documents/dl-7.pdf 3
  4. 4. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom Instructionoperation and control tasks mayresult in an imbalance situation ExpertVillage http://ed.ted.com/on/YS3kGLkj(E) Describe how the position of the Seating Position, and Safety Belt Usageseat, driver’s posture, seatingposition, and safety belt usage affectthe ability to manage vehicle balance(F) Describe how the vehicleimbalance in traction loss, roll, pitch,and yaw situations change thevehicle operating space, line of sight,path of travel, lane placement, right-of-way, following interval, vehiclespeed, and communication andformulate plans to compensate(G) Examine and formulate plans toavoid or compensate for variances inroadway grade and shoulderconditions that impact vehiclemaneuvers and vehicle balance(H) Summarize how vehicle balancevaries from vehicle to vehicle andformulate plans to compensate forvariances including utilizing thevehicle owner’s manual as aresource3.1.4 Vehicle Maneuvers HumanFirst http://ed.ted.com/on/lpmanoAV(A) The student is expected to Executing Vehicle Maneuversprovide examples of vehiclemaneuvers(B) Relate that executing vehiclemaneuvers requires sustaining visualattention and communication whileperforming a series of vehicleTexas Drivers Handbook http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/driverlicense/documents/dl-7.pdf 4
  5. 5. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom Instructionoperation and control tasks toaccelerate, decelerate, steer(straight, right, and left), moveforward, back, turn (left and right),perform lateral and turnaboutmaneuvers, stop and park(C) Summarize why multi-taskperformances are more complexwhen executing vehicle maneuvers(D) Summarize how vehiclemaneuvers are utilized to sustainvisual attention and communicationto other roadway users includingvulnerable roadway users(E) Demonstrate how vehiclemaneuvers are utilized to establishand manage vehicle operating space,line of sight, path of travel, laneplacement, right-of-way, followinginterval, vehicle speed, andcommunicationTexas Drivers Handbook http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/driverlicense/documents/dl-7.pdf 5

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