To provide clarification and practice of body parts in the context of accidents
To provide review of past continuous tense and simple past in the context of a
Procedure (37-49 minutes)
T will go to the class with a bandage. SS will talk about the accidents that happened to the teacher last day.
elicit different parts of the body and body expressions.
after eliciting the vocabulary, expressions and clarifying the meaning through body parts and pictures . teacher will ask SS to repeat and write them on the board. also teacher will write some pronunciation features of some words. example: wrist, thumb, knee, finger, nose.
ask SS about their accidents that happened to them in the past. first write them on the book and then talk in groups. after eliciting answers and feedback review the grammar simple past and past continuous. and the difference between them. then SS will listen to an audio about George and see what happened to him. CCQs: draw the timeline and two sentence with simple past and continuous . elicit which action is longer? which one is finished? are they finished now?
SS talk about their family and the accidents that happened for them. when? where? what happened? what did they do next?
SS will talk about the questions on the projector or cards. What is the most dangerous thing in your home? How can your home be made less dangerous? What is the most dangerous thing in your home for a child? How can it be made less dangerous? What is the most dangerous thing in your home for an elderly person? How can it be made less dangerous? What dangers can be found in the kitchen that can cause accidents? What can be done to prevent kitchen accidents? What can a parent do to childproof a kitchen? What dangers can be found in bathrooms that can cause accidents? What can be done to prevent bathroom accidents? What can a parent do to childproof a bathroom? What dangers can be found outside the home in the yard that can cause accidents? What can be done to prevent yard accidents? What can a parent do to childproof the yard? What other dangers can be found in a home in bedrooms, laundry rooms, garages, and living areas? What can be done throughout the house to prevent accidents? What can a parent do to childproof the different rooms of the home? Where at home would you put your first aid kit? What would you have in it? What do you need to do if... you cut your finger preparing food? you fall down and can not move a limb? your child drinks a poisonous liquid? (discuss syrup of ipecac) the toilet is flooding the bathroom? a pan on the stove is on fire? a neighbor's dog is growling at you? our child falls off a chair and is bleeding? What is the phone number for the police? How do you call an ambulance?