How to Get and Give Help in Emergencies

How to Get and Give Help in  Emergencies

How to Get and Give Help in  Emergencies

Vocabulary

  • I have Asthma
  • He’s got a  cold
  • My leg aches.
  • I got a broken arm
  • It’s a good idea to take cough syrup
  • apply some alcohol
  • Take a  pill and laxatives
  • Parts of the body: liver, kidney 
  • What’s the matter? I have a. / I got a …

Get and Give Help in  Emergencies

Functions

  1. Calling 911 for an emergency
  1.  Asking and giving help in a problem.
  1.  Advising people what to do in an emergency.

Reading 

Objective: Interpreting written information from texts

Pre-reading: 

Teacher introduces vocabulary about possible emergencies that come as as result of accidents or nature  and new vocabulary included in ways to prevent emergencies

During- reading

Task #1: Students write about preventions for emergencies and they linked those measures to one or several emergencies

Task #2: Students unscramble words and phrases to form the measure to prevent emergencies

Task #3 Students answer a multiple choice exercises about measure to prevent emergencies

 Post- reading

Students see a pictures in a Powerpoint presentation and describe what measure are important to take in case of emergency

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes:

The teacher by means of rubric will evaluate Ss’ oral ability to describe measures to take in case of emergency

Writing

Objective: Writing sentences with coherence and sequence

Presentation

Teacher introduces phrases  such as:

It is important to …. when a/an [example of an accident]

if a/an [example of an accident] happens , It is important to ..

If there is a/an [example of an accident], You should…

Practice 

Task #1: Students unscrambles words to make reccomendations, then they read them and highlight the use of the structures taught during the presentation stage.

Task #2: Students complete a cloze test with information about measures to take in case of an emergency

Task #3: Students using the examples covered in the previous task , write recommendations in case of an emergency

Production

Students choose a slip of paper with emergencies and they create a pamphlet with recommendations for such type of emergency

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes:

The teacher by means of rubric will evaluate Ss ability to write sentences with coherence by checking/reading their pamphlets.

Listening

Objective: Understanding details in simple sentences.

Pre-reading: 

Teacher introduces vocabulary about diseases and ailments and focuses on the pronunciation of the key words such as earache, stomache.

Teacher drills the pronunciation of key phrases such as I have an earache, She has a headache and so on based on that the students are able to predict what the text will be about

During-listening

Task #1:  Students listen sentences and number them. Students listen for a second time a highlight the key vocabulary that was presented in the pre-listening stage.

Task #2:  Students listen to a recording with sentences and unscramble them to make sentences that have logical meaning.

Task #3: Students listen to a dialogie and write the words where the information is missing

Post-listening

Students using a presentation talk about the ailments that people  suffer.

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes:

The teacher by means of rubric will evaluate Ss’ oral ability to describe health issues during a presentation

Speaking

Objective: Taking part in dialogues and conversations on the phone.

Presentation

Teacher introduces vocabulary used when reporting an emergency to the 911

Practice 

Task #1: Students unscrambles slips of papers with sentences and form conversations that people had during a call to the 911

Task #2:  Every pair of students choose a  conversation and practice it with a partner paying special emphasis to pronunciation and fluency.

Task #3: Students complete a template of a conversation and practice it with a partner

Production

Students do a role-play in which they take part in conversations by phone

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes:

The teacher by means of rubric will evaluate Ss’s ability to take part in conversation by phone during a role-play.

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