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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 2:
Biological Effects
Terminal Objective :
Given various radiation doses and sources of radiation, identify natural and manmade sources of
radiation and the biological risks associated with radiation dose in accordance with lesson materials.
Enabling Objectives:
The participant will be able to select the correct response from a group of responses to verify his/her
ability to:
EO1
Identify the major sources of natural background and manmade radiation.
EO2
Identify the average annual dose to the general population from natural background and manmade
sources of radiation.
EO3
State the method by which radiation causes damage to cells.
EO4
Identify the possib le effects of radiation on cells.
EO5
Define the terms "acute dose" and "chronic dose."
EO6
State examples of chronic radiation dose.
EO7
Define the terms "somatic effect" and "heritable effect."
EO8
State the potential effects associated with prenatal radiation dose.
EO9
Compare the biological risks from chronic radiation doses to health risks workers are subjected
to in industry and daily life.
Instructional Aids :
1.
Student Guide
2.
Transparencies
3.
Activities (as applicable)
4.
Self-check quizzes (as applicable)
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