Land Transportation

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Land Transportation by Mind Map: Land Transportation

1. Discuss different problems that one could encounter during transportation and what we could do if we are met with them

2. Discuss the purpose of the parts of vehicles. Think about importance of each part and what would happen if it was absent (DOW)

3. Look at different vehicle parts and guess which type of vehicle they belong to. Eg, windshield wipers, steering wheels, hand clutch, footrest.

4. -Make a human bar graph about the types of transportation children take to school (NUM, SED)

5. Discuss the importance of vehicles for certain jobs

6. Discuss the differences between occupational vehicles and normal vehicles. e.g., a police car vs a normal car

7. Use recycled materials to make elements of traffic such as vehicles, traffic lights, and road signs. (A&C, SED)

8. Go out and observe the different kinds of vehicles and other infrastructure on the road, for example, traffic lights, overhead bridges and road signs. (DOW)

9. Children will paste cut outs of safety gear onto pictures of motorcyclists and, cyclists and rollerbladers etc. (MSD)

10. Draw a vehicle using at least 3 shapes. (A&C, NUM)

11. Carry out a role play, with roles of different people found on the road, for example, drivers, traffic police, pedestrian. (SED, L&L)

12. -Make a unique vehicle with no limit of features, so long as it meets the basic role of a vehicle, to travel from one place to another (A&C)

13. -Use a T-chart to categories pictures of engine and non-engine operated vehicles (NUM)

14. -Sing to the tune of "the wheels on the bus", with changed lyrics according to the vehicle part (A&C, L&L)

15. Types of vehicles for transportation

15.1. Land

15.1.1. Without Engine Human Powered Bicycles Crawling Walking Running skate Animal Powered Horses Elephants Donkey

15.1.2. Engine Motorcycle car Van Jeep bus

16. -sing a song about what transportation is and its different uses and benefits. (A&C, L&L)

17. benefits of transportation

17.1. Growth of transportation related industries

17.2. Job opportunities

17.2.1. takes mechanics to build cars

17.2.2. occupational

17.3. Greater mobility

17.3.1. Going overseas

18. Safety

18.1. Rules

18.1.1. On the road Traffic light

18.1.2. License Needed for... Car

18.2. Instruments

18.2.1. Helmet

18.2.2. Knee guard

18.2.3. elbow guard

18.2.4. airbag

18.2.5. Seatbelt

18.2.6. Harness

19. Definition

19.1. Transport: take or carry (people or goods) from one place to another by means of a vehicle, aircraft, or ship.

19.2. Transportation: the action of transporting someone or something or the process of being transported.

20. Different Modes of Transportation

20.1. Air

20.2. Land

20.3. Water

21. Infrastructure /What do you see on the road?

21.1. Fuel stations

21.1.1. Gas stations

21.1.2. Petrol Stations

21.2. Parking Lots

21.3. Pavements

21.3.1. Pedestrain Crossings

21.3.2. Cycling Lanes

21.3.3. Bus Priority Routes

21.4. Bus Stops

21.5. Train Stations

21.6. Railroads

22. Occupational Vehicles

22.1. Police Cars

22.1.1. Police

22.2. Traffic Police Motorbikes

22.2.1. Traffic Police

22.3. Ambulance

22.3.1. Medical Officers

22.4. firetruck

22.4.1. Fireman

22.5. Taxi

22.5.1. Taxi Drivers

23. Parts of a vehicle

23.1. Wheels

23.2. Window Wipers

23.3. Mirrors

23.4. Engines

23.5. steering wheels

23.6. Brakes

23.7. Bumpers

24. Problems in transportation

24.1. Traffic Jams

24.2. Accidents

24.2.1. vehicle accidents

24.2.2. Jaywalking

24.3. Traffic light breakdown

24.4. Weather

25. Overseas Vehicles

25.1. Tutuk (Thailand)

25.2. Jeepney (Philippines)

25.3. Trishaw (Singapore)