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June 23, 2016
PSA Blog

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For this blog we are going to have you pick out your favorite PSA that you watched during this course.  Using a few complete sentences tell us which PSA was your favorite, which session it was in, and why it was your favorite.  

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5 Comments

On March 26, 2019 Maxwell Bevers said...

My favorite PSA was the first PSA from session 26 about distracted driving. It creatively shows the massive impact that being distracted while driving can have. In the video, the driver speaks to a bicyclist and a mother and daughter. These are the people the driver was about to collide with at an intersection all because of his distractive passenger. The driver can not believe that he could possibly be responsible for the future accident he's being told about. It all goes to show how dangerous distracted driving can be.

On March 20, 2019 Taylor Dickmann said...

My favorite PSA was the first PSA in session 25. The PSA presented in session 25 was about a biker being thrown into a windshield by a distracted driver who was changing the radio station and did not see the person on the bike. In the PSA the accident was played in reverse. This really drove the point across that distracted driving may not only affect you but it may also affect innocent people around you. The reverse crash really helped make the point lear that the driver had no intention of hurting someone he was just changing the station but it had a very negative affect as bicyclist was thrown though the windshield.

On March 17, 2019 Katelyn Roblee said...

My favorite PSA was the second video on the 22nd session, where a man is speeding and flips over a stone wall and crushes a class of kids on a field trip. This PSA stands out to me because I had one of my friends taking a different course send me a clip from this because they thought the kids getting crushed was comical in a horrific way. We ended up having a long conversation about how speeding took away the future opportunities for all of those kids and how it would have hurt their families and community, as well as how the man speeding would have suffered the consequences of his actions. We agreed that we would be careful and watch our speed when we start driving so that we never have to be the cause of something like this happening to others.

On March 16, 2019 Benjamin Roeber said...

My favorite PSA was from session 32. In the PSA, a man was driving after he drank some alcohol. Even though he wasn't completely drunk, it is still just as dangerous. It goes on to talk about what the man had to go through after the crash and how he felt. I think it really drives home the point not to drink and drive at all unless you want to go through everything he did or maybe even something worse. The message was that buzzed driving is drunk driving.

On March 15, 2019 Jaedyn Hill said...

My favoritePSA was from session 36 about watching for bikers on the road. I liked it because it was eye opening. I hadn’t really thought about motorcyclists/bicyclists when it came to driving. After watching that I know I need to look out for them especially on busy freeways.




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