unit 5 first aidperiod one warming up and readingteaching goals:1．encourage the students to discuss accidents and first aid .2．enable the students to talk about different accidents and how to give first aid in different situations.3．enable the ss to learn how to use what they’ve learnt to do first aid treatment for burns correctly. 找教案 http://www.zhaojiaoan.com4．let the ss learn the reading skill of getting the main idea of each para./ part & each passage .key teaching pointshow to improve the ss’ reading ability.difficult points 1. how to grasp the main idea of each paragraph / part & each passage.2.help the students to use the expressions to describe the accidents and how to give first aid.teaching methods1. brainstorm & skimming & scanning methods to make the ss get a good understanding of the text.2． discussion methods to make the ss understand what they’ve learned in class.3． pair work of group to get every student to take part in the teaching-and-learning activities.teaching aidsa recorder, a projector, and a computer teaching proceduresstep one warming up t: let’s check our homework each other step two presentationt: let’s check our homework each other step two presentation1. lead-in question: watch a video, and fill in the blanks: what is first aid?first aid is a temporary form of help given to someone who suddenly falls ill or gets injured before a doctor can be found. often the illness or injury is not serious, but there are other times when giving first aid quickly will save one’s life.2. warming-up: brainstorming: what words can you think of when you talk about accidents and first aid?
quiz for first aid (on p74)1. the best way to treat a hurt ankle is ta. put an ice pack on your ankle.b. put a heating pad(垫子)around your ankle.c. keep on walking and jumping.2. if you get a nosebleed, gently let your head back to stop the bleeding. a. true b. false3. to treat a burn, you: a. rub(擦)some butter on it. b. hold the burnt part under cold running water. c. put salt on the burnt part. 4. you should wait at least five minutes before touching somebody who has been struck by lightening, or you might get a shock (打击).