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Unit 9. A first-aid course

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Người gửi: Nguyễn Văn Thòn
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BINH LONG JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
The teacher: Nguyen Van Thon
I. WARM UP:
C/ a bee sting
B/ a snake bite
A/ a burn
D/ an ambulance
E/ a bad cut
2.
4.
3.
5.
1.
*Match the words with the pictures:
Monday, January 13th, 2019
UNIT 9: A FIRST- AID COURSE
LESSON 4: READ
( PERIOD: 58 – WEEK: 21)




THE TEACHER: NGUYEN VAN THON
II. PRE - READING:
(to) lie flat:
nằm thẳng
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
(to) elevate :
nâng lên
(to) lower :
hạ xuống

UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
a victim:
nạn nhân
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
- tissue damage (unc.):
tổn thương mô
- (to) ease:
làm giảm, làm dịu
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
*NEW WORDS:
nằm thẳng
- (to) elevate :
nâng lên
- (to) lower :
hạ xuống
- (to) lie flat :
- a victim :
nạn nhân

- tissue damage (unc.):
giảm hỏng mô
- (to) ease :
làm giảm, làm dịu
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
- sterile (adj.) :
vô trùng
*Phrases of purposes:

Ex: We have to cool the burn immediately so as to minimize tissue damage.
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
So as (not) to / in order (not) to + V(inf.) ...
+ Meaning:
“để”
+ Usage(s):
chỉ mục đích.
Answer the questions:
Have you ever seen any students fainting in your class?
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
2. What will you do?
What’s the matter with her?
- She is fainting.
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
What`s the matter with him?
He is shocked
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
What’s the matter
with him?
He is burnt
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
What should you do in those situations?
III. WHILE - READING:










T F





1. We don’t let a fainting person get cold.
2. We should give the victim of shock
some cakes.
3. When we have burns, we should put the
burns under a running cold tap.

*Read the text and check () the correct box for True or false:

OPEN YOUR BOOKS AT PAGE 83
& READ THE TEXT SILENTLY!
burns
shock
fainting
Leave the patient lying flat.
Don`t force him / her to sit or stand.
Elevate the patient`s feet, or lower his / her head below
the level of the heart.
Don`t let the victim get cold.
Give the victim a cup of tea when he / she revives.
Don`t overhead the victim with blankets or
coats.
Don`t give the victim any food or drink.
Don`t give the victim drugs or alcohol..
Cool the burns immediately so as to minimize tissue damage.
Put the affected part under a running cold tap (if possible).
Ease pain with ice or cold water packs.
Cover the burned area with a thick sterile dressing.
Case
Mind map
II/ WHILE – READING


















1. We don’t let a fainting person get cold
2. We should give the victim of shock
some cakes
3. When we have a burn, we should put the
burn under running cold tap

TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
II.True or false










T F



1. We don’t let a fainting person get cold.
2. We should give the victim of shock
some cakes.
3. When we have burns, we should put the
burns under a running cold tap.


*Read the text and check () the correct box for True or false:


*Choose a correct case for each of the following treatments: (Page 84)

a/ The victim should not sit or stand.
b/ Victim cannot drink wine or beer.
c/ The victim’s head should be below the level of the heart.
d/ You should ease the pain with ice or cold water packs.
e/ The victim should drink a cup of tea.

Fainting:
B. Shock:
C. Burns:
a,
c,
b,
d,
Answers:
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
e
IV. POST - READING:
1.Fainting
2.Shock
3.Burns
Do
Cases
Unit 9: A FIRST – AID COURSE
LESSON 4: READ
*Write what we should do and should not do for each case:
Don’t
Leave the patient lying flat.
- Elevate the patient’s feet, or lower
his/her head below the level of the heart.
Give the victim a cup of tea when he/she revives.
-Don’t force him/her to sit or stand.
-Don’t let the victim get cold.
-Don’t overheat the victim
with blankets or coats.
-Don’t give victim any food or drink.
-Don’t give the victim drugs
or alcohol.
-Cool the burns immediately
so as to minimize tissue damage.
-Put the affected part under a running cold tap.
-Ease pain with ice or cold water packs.
-Cover the burned area with a thick sterile dressing.
READ
+) Fainting
-Leave the patient lying flat.
-Don’t force him/her to sit or stand.
-Elevate the patient’s feet, or lower
his/her head below the level of the
heart.
-Don’t let the victim get cold.
-Give the victim a cup of tea when he/she revives.
+) Shock
-Don’t overheat the victim
with blankets or coats.
-Don’t give victim any food
or drink.
-Don’t give the victim drugs
or alcohol.
+) Burns
-Cool the burns immediately
so as to minimize tissue damage.
-Put the affected part under a running cold tap (if possible).
-Ease pain with ice or cold water packs.
-Cover the burned area with a thick sterile dressing.
*CONSOLIDATION
---
1/ What do you learn today?
How to do some first-aid cases (fainting, shock and burns)
- “In order (not) to / so as (not) to + V(inf.)...”
UNIT 9 : A FIRST- AID COURSE - LESSON 4: READ
2/ What should you do when your classmate has a bleeding nose?
 We should take him/her to a school clinic and lie flat with elevated head.
*Homework
- Read the text again, learn new words by heart, do exercises again.
- Prepare: Unit 9: Write.
+ Write a thank – you note to a friend. (How to write a thank-you note?/ Is it the same as a letter?).
+ Write exercise 1 on page 84 into your notebooks.
(complete the thank – you note, use the correct tense forms of the verbs in brackets.)
GOODBYE
Thank you for your attention !
 
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