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Unit 6 Study Guide 1

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Unit 6 Study Guide
Cornell Notes
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1. Which is the most common cause of death from unintentional injury for teens?

2. Underline the correct answer: How would you classify an injury sustained from driving without a seat belt?

3. How would you classify being hit and killed by a drunk driver?

4. Why do teens have more car accidents than older drivers do? 5. During which type of disaster is it most important to turn off all electricity?

6. What is a family communication plan?

7. Underline the least reliable source of safety information.

8. List an example of cyberbullying.

Motorized vehicle crashes (75%)

Alcohol is involved in unintentional deaths 35% of the time



Less experience driving, often take risks

Alcohol is often involved


Reduces risk of electrocution

A plan to contact family members when emergency strikes

Medical blog
Government organization
Medical professional
Medical journal

Revealing private information to others (outing and trickery)

Repeatedly sending vicious and cruel messages to a person (harassment)

9. What term describes the strategy used to prevent violence before it escalates?

10. How do you treat a muscle cramp in the leg?

11. Explain the difference between a sprain and a strain.

12. Which emergency does the Heimlich maneuver treat?

13. True or False. Younger teen boys are more likely to engage in physical fights.

14. True or False. Blindness is a result of shaken baby syndrome.

15. Underline the correct answer: Which term best defines a preventable injury? Unexpected

Conflict resolution

Massaging it firmly

Stretching the muscle

Applying moist heat to area

Strain: small tears in muscle that cause swelling and bruising

Sprain: stretched or torn ligaments that cause pain and swelling



High school freshman are more likely to fight than seniors


Death is also a result

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