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E-04.08 In the Present (Continuous), Communicate About Emergency Situations & Essential Measures

E-04.08 In the Present (Continuous), Communicate About Emergency Situations & Essential Measures

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WorkLife English Book 1: Chapter 8: Emergencies + Tapescript Pronunciation Worksheet 

9 + 2 + 2 =13 pp

Who It’s For: Teachers, Helpers, & (Lower-Level) Students Wanting to Understand & Use Language Necessary & Effective in Emergency Situations 

Why It’s Useful: Whether or not they’re focusing on English learning, sometimes users of the language will need it under non-routine circumstances that require quick action.  To begin Chapter 8: Emergencies, four illustrated situations convey the message that “We Need (Immediate) Help.”  Part One Vocabulary is typical in Steps in First Aid.  In Part Two, text users hear and react to Simple & Continuous Present descriptions of conditions that call for relief right now.  Part Three / Grammar in Conversation continues with same themes and purposes.  So do Tapescript segments and Pronunciation Worksheet patterns.

What You’ll Do: 

[1] In the page 105 Illustrated Frames, viewers and listeners get an idea of what typical Emergency Situations might be.  The following two pages provide captions for these and other conditions likely to necessitate fast responses.  

[2]  Chapter 5 continues with Part Two / Listening tasking: learners hear and sequence standard measures to take when applying First Aid or while waiting for medical help. Its Part Three / Grammar sections utilize mosty be + –ing verb forms in sample telephone or online calls for assistance.     

[3] Highlighted sections of attached Tapescript pages, from WorkLife English Skills Book 1 I.A.E., help to elucidate how language heard in the Audio is written—and how printed text is pronounced.

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