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Janie Haugen-McLane developed the Survival Signs Curriculum to give teachers a step-by-step way to help students learn the meaning of 80 indoor and outdoor signs found in the community, at home, and in the workplace.
The curriculum instruction method gives detailed explanations of both the visuals and the words on each sign. A perfect teaching tool for the inclusive classroom, the guide includes discussion activities and charts for the teacher to record the various places in the community where each sign is located. Students who are nonreaders or who have limited reading skills can rely on visuals on the survival signs to determine each sign's meaning. The overall purpose of the program is to prepare students of all abilities to follow the directions on common community survival signs to travel safely in their community.
A sturdy three-ring binder contains a two-page teaching guide for each of the 40 outdoor and 40 indoor survival signs. The guide also includes discussion activities and a reproducible Community Trip Record Chart for the teacher to record the various places in the community where each sign is located. This curriculum can be used in conjunction with any of the Survival Signs programs giving instructors an assessment tool, teaching methods and materials, and reinforcement practice.
Indoor Survival Signs
Outdoor Survival Signs
Each program in the Survival Signs series is designed to complement all of PCI's Survival Signs Programs. Survival Signs Series' Contents