to. English class. Unit 8 First Aid. Outline 1 1. First aid is important 2. Reason 1 3. Reason 2 4. Reason 3 Outline 2 1.Learn how to give first aid 2. First ,…(step 1) 3. Second ,…(step 2 )
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2. Reason 1
3. Reason 2
4. Reason 3
Outline 2 1.Learn how to give first aid
2. First ,…(step 1)
3. Second ,…(step 2 )
4. Third ,…(step 3)
Outline 3 1. There are two types of first aid
2. The first type
3. The second type
4. Similarities and differences
1.Why is first aid important in our daily life?
2. What’s the most important thing to remember
when dealing with an emergency?
3. What do the hospitals recommend?
4. What we should do when we have checked the DR ABC?
6. Can we do first aid correctly after reading this passage?
1.Because seconds count in an emergency ,and knowing
what to do can mean the difference between life and death.
2.To say calm and not to be panic.
3. They recommend that we use the letters DR ABC
to remember what to do when we have to think fast.
4. “D” stands for “Danger”; “R” stands for “Response”; “A” stands for “ Airway” ; “B” stands for “Breathing”; “C” stands for “Circulation”
5. We should give the first aid that is needed and call for an ambulance.
6.No. This passage doesn’t contain enough information
for us to do first aid correctly.
we have to study with a teacher for a few hours.
vt. be present at sth. and see it
e.g.I was a witness to their quarrel.
He witnessed the accident.
2.keep in mind ( remember sb./sth.)
3.panic n. sudden irrational feeling of great fear
vt. /vi.(panicked , panicked ) cause a person or an animal
to be affected with panic
e.g.I got into a panic when I found the door was locked.
4. roll over
e.g. The goat rolled over and died .
He rolled over in bed .
5.mange vt.be in change of ; run ; succeed in doing sth.
e.g. Can you manage children well?
mange to do sth. (succeed in doing sth.)
e.g. Li Hong managed to finish her work in time.
to tell your partner how to give first aid
make sure that the accident scene is
no longer dangerous.
you should try to get a response from the injured person.
you should make sure that the person’s airway is clear
you should check if the person is breathing
you should make sure
that the person’s blood is circulating
Remember DR ABC
and learn by heart new words