* What would you say in the following situations: • 1- You have broken your sister’s I-phone. • 2- Speaking on the phone while driving is very dangerous. • 3- Your friend’s brother had a terrible car accident.
Module 4Being preparedUnit 10AccidentsL.2Innovations that keep us secure
New vocabulary • safeguard ( v ) =to protect. • collide ( v ) =to hit with force when moving. • inflate ( v ) =to fill (smth) with air or gas. • cushion ( v ) =to soften the effect of (smth). • feasible ( adj ) =possible to do easily.
Pre- listening questions: 1- Mention some innovations which keep us secure. Airbags, smoke alarms are important innovations that keep our lives safe. 2- Why do you think these inventions are important? I think that all of them help save many lives. For example: airbags protect drivers and passengers in case of an accident. Smoke alarmswake people who are sleeping to escape from fires.
Setbook questions: 1- How do you think airbags work? Airbags inflate immediately when the car collides with something solid. They cushion the occupants of the car and prevent them hitting dangerous objects. 2- Where are airbags found in modern cars? A driver’s airbag is found in the steering wheel. Another airbag is for the front seat passenger. Some cars also have side air bags which drop down behind the drivers to protect people in the back seats. 3- Smoke alarm helped save many souls nowadays. Discuss. They are cheap to buy. They are easy to fix. Their loud noise wakes people who are sleeping to flee from fires. 4- What’s the best location for a smoke alarm? At the top of the stairs or in halls and corridors.
Thanks BY: We’am Samir
Setbook questions: 1- How do you think airbags work? 2- Where are airbags found in modern cars? 3- Smoke alarm helps save many souls nowadays. Discuss. 4- What’s the best location for a smoke alarm?