3. Student Learning Map

  • Topic:6. Chapter 4.3- The SIPDE Process
  • Subject(s):Other
  • Days:4
  • Grade(s):10
Key Learning:

Drivers who use an organized system for driving will be better equipped to manage risk and thus reduce the possibility of damage or harm.

Unit Essential Question(s):
 
 

What are the five steps of the SIPDE Process and how do they organize the skills of seeing, thinking, and responding into a system for staying out of high-risk situations while driving?

   
Concept:

The SEARCH step.

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The IDENTIFY step.

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The PREDICT step.

Lesson Essential Question(s):

How can drivers develop good seeing habits?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

What things are identified while using a visual search pattern?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

How are knowledge, judgement, and experience used to predict?

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Concept:

The DECIDE step.

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The EXECUTE step.

Concept:
Lesson Essential Question(s):

How can drivers decide to use one or more actions?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

How can drivers execute their decisions?

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Additional Information:

Resources:

Vocabulary Report

  • Actions of other users -
  • Control speed -
  • Change or maintain speed -
  • Scan -
  • Open and closed zones -
  • Specific clues -
  • Steer -
  • Speed -
  • Sequence -
  • Change direction -
  • Communicate -
  • Communicate -
  • Direction -
  • Focus -
  • Other users -
  • Control -
  • Roadway features and conditions -
  • Combine actions -
  • Traffic controls -