Welcoming Your Students to The Hartford’s Junior Fire Marshal® Training Academy
It’s time to start your classroom training and educate the next generation of Junior Fire Marshals! Make sure you have all of your classroom materials gathered, have looked over the curriculum, and are prepared to discuss the importance of fire safety with your students.View Lesson Materials
Preparing for Your Lesson
It should only take an hour to prepare to facilitate the program in your classroom. We’ve created the two modules below to help you better understand the content:
We’ve created the modules below to help you better understand the content:
Lesson & Discussion:
Introduce Your Students to the Junior Fire Marshal® Training Academy
Begin by teaching students the importance of fire safety and give them a brief overview of what they will be learning throughout the course. You should also use this time for a classroom discussion to discover what students already know about fire safety!
Keeping a Journal
Throughout this course, students should keep a journal of what they learn after each lesson. Take some time to help students create the journals they’ll be using throughout the course. These journals will reinforce what students learn in class and will bring them one step closer to becoming a Junior Fire Marshal!
You can view a downloadable journal template on our Resources page or have the students create their own.