Social Cues
Communica-tion
First- Aid Safety
Public safety
Social Etiquette
100

Messages that other people send us about what they are feeling or thinking. 

Social Cues

100

Gestures, posture, tone of voice, eye contact; These are all types of

Nonverbal communication

100

Where should you keep your first-aid kit?

Somewhere accessible, but not private

100

When walking in the dark at night, be sure to walk in 

Lit areas

100
You are sitting down and someone new walks into the room. It is proper etiquette to

Stand up and greet him

200

Type of social cue that requires parts of our face to move whenever we are feeling a certain way. 

Facial Expression
200

"walking a mile in another person's shoes"; Understanding the emotions that others are feeling

Empathy

200

The first thing you do when you sustain a cut or gash is to

Stop the bleeding

200

When going somewhere alone, be sure to

Tell at least one other individual of your whereabouts

200

Proper communication rules when talking in public areas

No profanity; Inside voice

300

Type of social cue; This is where we use different parts of our body to send a non-verbal message

Body Language

300

This type of communication prioritizes another person's needs, wants, and feelings of others

Passive Communication

300

How do you remove a splinter / what direction do you pull it out?

The same way it went in

300

Always carry your belongings 

In your front pockets or secured in a purse/bag

300

When walking in crowded areas

Traffic flow; Walk on the right side

400
Type of social cue; How we say the words when we communicate to others.

Voice tone or Volume

400

This type of communication expresses that only their wants, needs, and feelings matter.

Aggressive Communication

400

How long do you stop bleeding before going to the hospital?

Hold for 5 minutes and if continues, hold for another 10 min. (total: 15 minutes)

400

Make sure to do this when walking near people to let them know you have seen them

Establish eye contact

400

Etiquette with service staff

Provide full attention; Remove headphones and pause/end calls

500

Type of social cue; How close or far away we sit or stand by others. 

Personal Space

500

This type of communication emphasizes the importance of both peoples' needs, wants, and feelings.

Assertive Communication

500

This type of burn forms blisters

Second-degree

500

Always being aware of your ____ in case of an emergency

Exits

500

Proper elevator etiquette

Hold the door open for others; Allow others to exit prior to entering; Allow for as much space as possible for others

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