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Road Safety 5 Min Talk to Kids/Young People


Hi. As part of an interview process next week I've been asked to deliver a 5 minute talk on road safety geared to kids and/or young people. I'd be grateful for any hints, tips, ideas - has to be understandable, fun and memorable and I'm not allowed to use any equipment.
I have found the members of this site very helpful in the past so thought I'd give it another go - this is my first time presenting to kids!
Many thanks.
Christine Galloway

Christine Galloway

3 Responses

  1. Get them involved
    Hi Christine

    What a perfect opportunity for accelerated learning! Kids love this.

    If you’re not allowed to use any equipment then the kids/young people become the props and scenery. For example, if it were about crossing the road safely, you could have some participants stand in lines to make a curvy road, 1+ kids could be a vehicle, someone could be a parked car, someone could be the pedestrian, the ‘car’ travels along the ‘road’ at a speed decided by them. It can be a high-energy, fun and memorable exercise that gets everyone involved.

    You could use the same principles for any topic you want to cover, and doing it this way ensures the learning has impact and will more likely to be used in a real situation.

  2. Thank you
    Thank you ladies – I have looked up the website and got some useful stuff and will go with using the kids as props too! Christine G


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