Pedestrian Safety Instructor's Guide

English as a Second Language

Immigrants, particularly Hispanic/Latino immigrants, are disproportionately affected by pedestrian and bicycle crashes in the United States. This curriculum module presents key safety concepts through the story of a pedestrian-motor vehicle crash and its consequences in the lives of two families. This curriculum series presents key safety concepts as it tells the stories of a pedestrian-motor vehicle crash, a second motor vehicle
crash caused by a teenage bicyclist, and the consequences of these crashes in the lives of two families.

This Instructor Guide was designed to support the instructor in presenting content that may be unfamiliar. It is recommended that the instructor read about the topics of pedestrian safety to ensure that correct information
is being given to students.

The Pedestrian Safety Student Handbook can be found here.

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