WorkLife English: a Competency-Based Reading / Writing Book 4: Cross-Cultural Communication, Chapter 4 / “Dealing with Problems,” pages 39-41
Who It’s For: Language Learners Who Want to Know What to Do in Emergencies
Why You Need It: (Just about) Everybody needs access to emergency medical information. The idea of just-in-case preparation and First Aid procedures ought to be familiar to language learners and new readers, too.
What You’ll / They’ll Do:
 Look over black-and-white facsimiles of an “Emergency Medical Information” form, a list of more or less essential kit supplies, and typical illustrated instructions for a First Aid procedure. These are (probably) still relevant but—like most other info—could benefit from comparison to more recent advice.
 Collect actual, ongoing info on these and other relevant topics. Go over it together, retrieving and considering updated vocabulary and facts. Keep it handy just in case.