Loose and baggy clothing
Books, backpacks and coats
Textbook and schoolbag
Lab notebook, pen, and calculator
Purses, pencil, calculator
Slick back hair with gel
Tie back hair into a ponytail
Use extra hairspray
Do nothing, since hair is not flammable
During a break
As long as a teacher is monitoring the class
At any time
During the morning break
If the teacher gives them permission
As long as they use their own drink bottles
Shout "HELP" to get your teacher's attention.
Re-read your experiment instructions and do your best.
Raise your hand and ask your teacher for help.
You are doomed to failure.
Steel capped shoes
A safety screen
At the base of the flame
At the top of the flame
At the centre of the flame
Pull, aim, squeeze and sweep
Press, aim, stand and squeeze.
Pull alarm, smoke and sweep
Pass, aim, stand and squeeze
Away from other people
Towards a door
With your right hand
By wafting the fumes towards their nose by using their hand
By putting one's nose over the container and inhaling deeply
Under no circumstances
By applying a small amount on their wrist and then smelling
By putting it into a hazardous waste container
By washing it down the sink with plenty of water
By placing it in the nearest rubbish bin
By hiding it under the bench
Warn your lab partners to avoid the area while you go tell the teacher of the accident.
Clean up the spillage with water and paper towels. Place the broken test tube in the disposal container specified by the teacher for broken glass.
Throw the glass into the nearest rubbish bin and continue with your work.
Quickly dispose of the glass, wipe up the spill with a cloth, and hope nobody notices.