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Handling a Medical Emergency

Functional English

Int – High Int

All ages

Grades 9–12

Students review vocabulary related to medical emergencies. They practice following and giving instructions.

  • conscious
  • panic
  • crossroads
  • stay on the line
  • dispatcher
  • choke
  • commit suicide
  • chest compressions
  • seizure
  • defibrillator
PDF Content
  • warm-up
  • dialogue reading
  • comprehension tasks
  • vocabulary tasks
  • role-play practice
  • assessment tasks
Task Content
  • Let's Learn!(Reference)
  • Warm-Up(Reference)
  • Vocabulary Preview A(Matching)
  • Vocabulary Preview B(Matching)
  • Dialogue 1(Dialogue)
  • Dialogue 2(Dialogue)
  • Dialogue 3(Dialogue)
  • Asking for a Translator(Reference)
  • What to Tell a Dispatcher(Reference)
  • Listen & Repeat(Reference)
  • Reference A: Medical Emergencies (Reference)
  • Practice A(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Reference B: Following Instructions(Reference)
  • Practice B(Type in the Blanks)
  • Role-Plays(Reference)
  • Sequencing Challenge(Sequencing)
  • Assessment(Open-Ended Questions)