To provide fluency speaking practice in a dialogue and conversation in the context of First Aid
To provide product writing practice of a a story about the video they watched in the lead in stage using as many vocabulary words as they can. in the context of First Aid
Procedure (45-57 minutes)
Ask the ss to observe what kind of an accident did the first team aid have? What did they do? Display a short video about emergency first response.
Divide the class into pairs and give one copy of the quiz face down to each pair to share. -Tell ss not to do the quiz yet. They just need to go through the quiz and explain any words that their partner does not know. If a word is still unknown for both of them, they must underline it. -Ask the whole class if they underlined any words and invite other ss to explain them.
Explain any new words that are completely unknown yourself using the eliciting technique from realia, synonyms and antonyms, ccqs, or pics. Useful Language: Bleach - drown- hypothermia- jellyfish- unconscious, wound, Target Language: language of advice. - Tt gives a good language analysis explaining the meaning, the form, pronunciation and stress, and any phoneme that might need clarification. * Useful language : You should+infinitive You better/rather+infinitive You'd rather +infinitive what about /How about +Gerund You've no choice but to +infinitive
Using the cut-ups, give each pair of ss a set of situation cards face down. Shuffle the cards without looking at them. Explain the rules: - Ss must hold their cards with the quiz answers upside down and not look at all. Partners take it in turn to take a card which they don't show to their partners. Ss pretend there is a medical emergency, and so they phone their partner for advice. Use the notes to explain the situation and ask for information about what to do. Their partner must give advice. Then, they can both look at the right advice on the bottom of the card.
Focusing on he target language, the tt takes notes while listening to the ss' dialogues, writes the mistakes on the board, and share the correction with the ss as a final feedback. If there is time, SS can talk in pairs or in public about what first aid they have learned during the lesson.