Macbeth Speech

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Theory
Line up in two straight lines and wait for you teacher to direct you into the classroom.
Come to class prepared and on time. You must have: textbook, laptop, workbook and pencil case
Get your equipment out as soon as you reach your desk.
Do not speak while the teacher or one of your peers is speaking
If you have a question put your hand up and wait until you are given permission to speak.
No calling out.

Practical
Meet at PE sheds on time.
Come prepared with your practical gear. This includes:
House shirt or school sports shirt. college shorts college tracksuit white sport socks or college football socks appropriate sport shoes.
Get changed straight away and wait at the appropriate area.
Improper PE clothes or failure to bring them results in a 10 min clean up.

Assignments
Must be handed in on the set date with the cover page signed and dated.
100% of the total mark is deducted if the assignment is late.
Must be completed regardless of how late it is.
No plagiarism

CPR
Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation

First aid is emergency care provided before medical care is available.

Medical aid is treatment by a GP, ambulance.

First aid begins at arrival of the scene and continues till the casualty recovers, first aider cannot until medical aid arrives.

Aims of first aid
Preserve life
Prevent further injury
Protect the unconscious
Promote recovery
Access medical aid

Responsibilities of the first aider?
Ensure personal safety and health
Maintain a caring attitude
Maintain composure
Maintain up to date knowledge and skills

DRSABCD
Danger
Response
Seek help
Airway
Breathing
Compression
Defibrillate

Danger
Check for danger: to and the casually

Response
Is casualty conscious or unconscious?
Can you hear me ?
Open your eyes ?
Whats your name
Squeeze my hand?

Send for help
Call 000
Ask for an ambulance
Make

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