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Module 1 and 2 Reflection Journal

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Module 1: Driving is Your Responsibility:
Q: Discuss at least two new things you learned from Module One.
Module 2: The Driver:

Aha Moments: Aha moments are times when you have been reading something and the text suddenly makes sense or becomes clear to you. Please use complete sentences and proper spelling and grammar.

Describe
three
aha moments that you had as you worked through Module Two.
1.
2.
3.

How will this information affect you as a driver now and in the future?

(2-3 sentences)

Option 2 Responses..
Q: Describe three characteristics of
‘at risk’
drivers.
Option 2 Responses(continued)..
Q: Describe three characteristics of
safe
drivers.
Option 2 Responses(continued)..
Q: Describe three driver
errors
that could
cause a collision
.
Option 2 Responses(continued)..
Q: How will this information affect you as a driver now and in the future?
(2-3 sentences)
GOAL!
Module 2 Reflection Journal
(Modules 1 & 2)
By: Clarisse Rizzi
Driver Education
Q: Discuss two things you about driving.
know
I know that a motor vehicle is a deadly weapon and that I would not be the only person on the road. I would have to pay attention to the way that I drive as well as others around me. Following this basic rule would ensure the safety of myself as well as other motorists.
I know that as a driver, I am required to know the rules that govern driving in whichever state I am in as well as any new laws that are created and put into place.
W tch Out!
Pedestrians
Bicyclists
Other Motorists
Complete the K-W-L information below:
Q: Discuss two things you about driving.
want to know
FLVS Driver's Ed., Daddy
Why do some cars carry passengers without seat belts(such as lawn maintenance trucks) and not be penalized when they are so blatantly breaking the law?
?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!??????????
What are some precautions to take before driving on an icy road?
What?!?
Why?!?
OMG. No.
learned
I learned that I will still be considered a
“novice”
driver even after I earn my license and to become as skilled as an
“average”
driver, I would have to personally have driven over
30,000 miles.
This is helpful because it will serve as a guideline for me when determining where I fall in the “hierarchy of driving skills” and to not become overconfident about my driving capabilities.

2
1
I learned that speeding violations are responsible for over
10,000 fatalities
every year. This fact will be taken into account when I am on the road as I do not want to become apart of the fatality statistics.
Choose ONE of the following options..
Option 1:
Option 2:
If you did not have any ‘aha’ moments, answer the questions below in complete sentences using proper spelling and grammar:
Describe
three
characteristics of ‘at risk’ drivers.
1.
2.
3.
Describe
three
characteristics of safe drivers.
1.
2.
3.
Describe
three
driver errors that could cause a collision.
1.
2.
3.
How will this information affect you as a driver now and in the future?
(2-3 sentences)

My choice :)
1
2
3
The
first
characteristic that comes to mind when I think of an ‘at risk’ driver is their overall
impatient
nature when dealing with
traffic, long lights, or slow drivers.
The
second
characteristic that comes to mind is how
aggressive
they are and how they
insist on having their way.
The
third
characteristic that comes to mind is how
impulsive
they are. This clearly is the opposite of what is expected of a
‘safe’
driver.
x
x
Safe drivers
are
careful
and
attentive
to the driving task. They do not allow themselves to get distracted from peripheral(unimportant) things.
Safe drivers
are
emotionally stable.
They take things as the come and don’t overreact.
Safe drivers
are
rational decision makers
and make decisions based on
facts, not feelings.
Failure to obey traffic laws.
This is extremely dangerous as other drivers are expecting for everyone to abide by the law and they will act accordingly.
Bad judgement/poor decision-making.
In addition to the lack of safe driving attitude, this is also not helpful towards the psychological nature of the driver as they will put their life(as well as the life of others) at risk.
Lack of safe driving attitude.
This is not helpful towards the psychological state of the driver because they could possibly second-guess their actions, be indecisive on the road, or respond in a non constructive way towards other drivers’ actions( road rage).
Module one and two have taught me a lot about what to do and what not to do when driving on the road for the first time. When I physically drive a car for the first time, I will make sure that I train my eyes to scan the road and pick out danger and make sure that I act accordingly. In the future, whether I am the
driving or the passenger, I will try to become more alert and educate others on how to tweak their driving skills(as well as mine) in hopes of becoming a
'safer’ driver.
Yayyy!!!
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