> Films for Humanities has a title called =B3Kitchen Safety=B2
> =B3Using examples and what-if situations, it explains how to safely use and
> store knives; how to operate small appliances and the stove without accid=
> how to prevent bruises, shocks, and burns; and how to put out a fire (and=
> to simply evacuate and call 911!).
> Correlates to National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Educati=
> National Health Education Standards, National Science Education Standards=
> National Educational Technology Standards.
> One 17-minute video and viewable/printable teacher=B9s guide. =A9 2006.
Diane Rhodes, Production Editor
Films for the Humanities & Sciences
www.films.com, 800-257-5126, email@example.com
> Anyone have any ideas how I can locate a copy of this title to purchase? =
> an older title. We would like to purchase a DVD copy but would settle for=
> It was produced by National Educational Media. Any help would be appreci=
> Beth Burleigh
> Beth Burleigh
> Acquisitions Specialist,
> Periodicals and Electronic Resources
> Penn College Library
> One College Ave.
> Williamsport, PA 17701-5799
> Phone: (570) 320-2400 ext. 7454
> Fax: (570) 327-4503
> e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Films for Humanities has a title called “Kitchen Safety”<= BR> “Using ex= amples and what-if situations, it explains how to safely use and store knive= s; how to operate small appliances and the stove without accidents; how to p= revent bruises, shocks, and burns; and how to put out a fire (and when to si= mply evacuate and call 911!).
Correlates to National Standards for Family and Co= nsumer Sciences Education, National Health Education Standards, National Sci= ence Education Standards, and National Educational Technology Standards.
One 17-minute video and viewable/printable tea= cher’s guide. © 2006.
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