Unit 4 Making the news Using language课时作业
课标话题 人与社会·科技发展与信息技术创新 体裁 应用文 词 数 283 难度 (2019·四川棠湖中学月考)Located in Los Angeles, University of Southern California is in the heart of a leading city. Although LA ranks highly in The Economist's Safe Cities Index, navigating and city calls for certain safety precautions(预防措施) along with practicing common sense.
Mobile Safety App Powered by LiveSafe
The Mobile Safety App powered by LiveSafe, managed by the USC Department of Public Safety and the USC Department of Emergency Planning, is a free downloadable app that mobile users can use to initiate contact with emergency responders around the campus. Features include: immediate "push button" calls to DPS, easy reporting for suspicious activities or crimes in progress, and location services to notify friends of your route through campus.
Blue Light Phone Locations
The University Park has multiple blue light phones that are strategically placed throughout campus. Take note of where the closest ones are on your route. They come in handy in case you lose your phone or in an emergency. These phones are directly connected to USC Department of Public Safety's 24hour communications center. Besides emergency needs, it can also be used to report suspicious activities, request for an escort(护送) if you feel unsafe and to report a crime.
TrojansAlert is an emergency notification system that allows university officials to contact you during an emergency by sending messages via text messages or email. When an emergency occurs, authorized USC senders will instantly notify you of realtime updates, instructions on where to go, what to do (or what not to do), whom to contact and other important information. All members of the USC community, as well as parents and regular visitors to campus, are strongly encouraged to sign up for TrojansAlert.
1．What do blue light phones do for students?
A．Guide students through campus.
B．Alert students to crime activities.
C．Light up the way if students feel unsafe.
D．Connect them with the safety department.