2019人教版高中英语必修5课件：Unit5 Using language (共41张PPT)教育精品.ppt_图文
Reading and discussing
Heroic teenager receives award
Discuss the following situation in groups of four.
Suppose you hear someone screaming and you find him sitting on the ground, bleeding heavily from deep knife wounds in his hands, what would you do? Will you help him? Will you call the police and ambulance, or whether you perform first aid?
When we read newspaper articles, we may only want to get a quick idea of a newspaper article and do not want to know all the details. For this reason, we might just read the headline and the first paragraph. This is because the headline gives readers a clue about the content and the first paragraph gives the most important information.
What do you think the article is about by reading the headline and the first paragraph?
The story is about a young man who sets us a good example because he could save one’s life using his knowledge of first aid.
Task 1 Read the text and fill in the blanks.
What did he Where did he
John Janson _S_c_r_e_a_m_i_n_g_ _F_r_o_n_t_g_a_r_d_en of Anne Slade
What did he do Where did What did
he get his he receive
_te_a_t_o_w_e_l_s_and Lifesaver _L_i_fe_s_a_v_e_r_
tape to d__re_s_s_ Scheme at _A_w__a_rd__s
the injuries and his
pressure to the
Answer these questions 1. What was John honoured for? He was honoured for giving lifesaving first aid on his neighbour after a shocking knife attack.
2. What was John doing when he heard the screaming?
They saw a man ran from the scene. 3. What did John and his father see
when they rushed outside? He was studying in his room.
4. What happened to Anne?
She had been stabbed repeatedly with a knife. She was lying in her front garden bleeding very heavily. Her hands had almost been cut off.
5. What saved Anne’s life?
It was John’s quick action and knowledge of the first aid that saved her life. 6. How did John think of what he had done?
He was proud of what he did but he thought he was just doing what he’d been taught.
6.What adjectives would you use to describe John’s actions? Give at least three. brave, quick-thinking, helpful, heroic, courageous, unselfish, fearless, confident
1. Read the newspaper article and then put these events in the order that they happened. Then in pairs, retell the story in your won words.
_4__ The attacker ran away. _2__ Anne was attacked and started to scream. _6__ John performed first aid on Anne.
_1__ John was studying in his house. _7__ The ambulance arrived. _3__ John ran outside with his father. _5__ John found Anne in her garden with terrible knife wounds.
2. What first aid did John perform on Anne?
John dressed Ms Slade’s in juries with tea towels and applied pressure to the wounds to slow the bleeding.
4. What adjectives would you use to describe John’s actions? Give at least three.
Brave, heroic, courageous, quick-thinking, helpful, fearless, unselfish, confident
4. In groups, discuss these questions.
1. Do you think John was silly or brave to get involved in the situation? Give your reasons.
John was silly: he could have been attacked also, it was nine of his business, the woman might have had AIDS. John was brave: he could have been attacked too, but he didn’t think about his own safety. All he thought about was how to help the victim.
2. Would you have done the same as John? Give your reasons.
3. Do you think it is worthwhile to take a course in first aid? Give your reasons.
Listening, speaking and writing
1.The first aid teacher is testing her students’ knowledge of first aid. Before you listen, read the words below and guess the topics the teacher will ask questions about. Then listen to the tape and circle the words you hear.
clothes on fire bleeding snake bites bruising
broken bones choking nosebleed sprained ankle
nosebleed clothes on fire choking sprained ankle snake bites
2 Look at these pictures. Listen to the tape again and number them in the correct order.
sprained ankle burning clothes
a nose bleed
3 Listen to each part of the tape. In pairs discuss what you have heard and fill in the chart so that you know the treatment that should be given for each situation.
1 Squeeze her nose
nosebleed 2 Sit down and let her
bend forward slightly
1 stop him running round 2 tell him to drop to the
clothes on ground and cover him a
3 roll him on the ground
till the fire is out 4 treat him for burn
1 bend him forward
choking 2 give him four quick hard slaps between his
1 sit him down
2 put ice on the ankle
sprained 3 put foot up on a chair
ankle 4 bandage up his ankle
4 In pairs, give your partner first aid instructions for each situation using the pictures above. Then write down your first aid instructions using the following expressions.
Now listen carefully. Follow these instructions.
Watch out for .... Look out for ... and .... Don’t ... because .... Be careful (not) to .... Make sure that .... Mind you do/don’t .... Take care to .... Cover ... with .... If it is ... go to the hospital. Never ....
Now listen carefully and do what I say. Sit her down and make sure that she is bending forward slightly. Let the blood run out of her nose and not down her throat. Take care to squeeze her nose just below the bridge to stop the bleeding. Wait until the bleeding stops.
someone’s clothes on fire
Be sure to follow these instructions carefully. Never let the person run around. Tell him to drop to the floor. Then cover the person with a thick blanket to put out the fire. Watch out that the flames do not start up again. Finally roll him along the ground. until the fire goes out. If the burns are serous, send him to the hospital as soon as possible.
To help the person who is choking you may follow these instructions. Try to make the person cough. Make sure that he is bending forwards. Then give him five quick, hard slaps between the shoulder blades with your hand. If the choking does not cease, take him to hospital immediately.
Be sure you listen carefully. Sit the boy down. Don’t let an ankle sprain him put his weight on his injured ankle. tell him to put his foot up on a chair. Make sure to put some ice on his ankle to bring down the swelling. Then tie up the ankle with bandage tightly.
A first aid quiz The first aid teacher (T) is testing her students’ knowledge of first aid. Listen to her questions and her students’ answers. T=teacher S=Sarah P=Peter R=Rachel J=Jim G=Gray
Part 1 T: Let’s see just what you can remember.
OK…Let’s say Luck has a nose bleed. What should he do…Sarah? S: Sit down and bend forward slightly. Squeeze her nose just below the bridge until the bleeding stops. T: Why should she lean forward?
P: So she gets the blood all over the floor instead of on her clothes. (everyone laughs)
T: Very funny, Peter. Rachel? R: So the blood runs out of her nose and
not down her throat. If you swallow blood you might be sick. (everyone groans) T: That’s right.
Part 2 T: OK, next situation. What should
you do if someone’s clothes are on fire? Jim? J: Stop him from running around as that makes clothes burn faster. Tell him to drop to the ground and cover him up tightly with some thick cloth.
T: And then what? J: Roll him along the ground until t
he fire goes out. Then treat him for burns. T: Good.
Part 3 T: OK, what about this one? What if
your friend got a piece of food caught in his throat and he’s choking? What would you do? Gary? G: Nothing. But if he can’t cough, I’d bend him forwards and give him four quick, hard slaps between the shoulder blades with my hand. T: Yes, that should be the trick.
T: Now, Peter, what if Ben badly sprained his ankle playing soccer?
P: I’d get him to sit down and put some ice on his ankle to reduce the swelling. I’d get him to put his foot up on a chair.Then I’d bandage his ankle up tightly.
T: Great. Now let’s talk about snake bites. What if a snake bites you?
P: Bite it back! (everyone laughs ) T: Thank you, Peter. (said with amused
tolerance) The first thing to remember is …(fade out)
Surf the Internet to find more information about first aid in following situation: bleeding, choking, drowning.