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									Joke first!!


            A Chinese student paid a visit to America.
          when he was walking in the street,
          he saw a traffic accident happening. The
          Policeman came to ask him about the accident
          he thought for a long time and said……



        “one car come, one car go,
        two car peng peng,one car die。”
Unit 5 First aid
First aid
First aid
What is the definition
   of First aid?




   Key words:
     help , fall ill , injured , quickly
First aid
                                  What is first aid?
            help , fall ill , injured , quickly



    First aid is the first kind of help given to
  some one 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.
First aid

            Why is first aid important?




                                 Wounded
                               soldier receiving
                               first aid from
                               comrade.
First aid

             Why first aid important?
            Why is is first important?
            What is first aid?
              What is first aid?


                              First Aid for
                             wounded in
                             battlefield.
First aid




     First Aid for
    fallen climber




  Why is first aid important?
First aid




    First aid for a
  scraped (擦伤)
   knee.



  Why is first aid important?
First aid education


Example:
   Cuts or bleedings



         See a short movie and
     learn how to deal with cuts and
                bleeding
            First aid education

Example:
   Cuts or bleedings
   For a simple cut, it is only necessary to wash the
  area of the cut, dry it and cover it with a piece of
  dry clean cloth. If a person is bleeding badly, you
  must try to stop the bleeding. If a person loses one
  third of his or her blood, he or she may die. Press a
  handkerchief onto the bleeding point and hold it
  there.
First aid
       Discuss in groups with the materials
1.A snake has bitten him on his leg.
  Lay the person down and keep him still. Do
not wash the venom off the skin, it will help
identify the type of snake. Apply pressure to
the bitten part with your hands and then, as
soon as possible with a bandage firmly over
the bite. Do not move him until the doctor is
coming.
2.She cut her arm with some broken glass and
  is bleeding badly.
    Put a bandage on the wound and apply
  pressure to reduce the bleeding.
3.He has badly sprained his ankle.
   Have the victim sit down and elevate (抬高)
  the foot. Put an ice pack on ankle to reduce
  the pain. Firm the injured part and call for help.
4. She is choking on a piece of food.
If the person can cough or speak or breathe,
   don’t do anything. If you move her, the food in
   her throat may be caused to move and
   completely block the airway.
If the person can not breathe or speak, hit him
   between the shoulders with your hand three
   of four times.
5.She has broken her arm.
   Do not move the broken bone if possible.
  Support the broken arm in the most
  comfortable position. Keep the arm still using
  a sling (绷带,带子) or get the victim to support
  the broken arm with the other arm. Call for
  help immediately.
6.He has a bleeding nose (a nose bleed)
   Get the person to sit down, rise his head
  up slightly and gently. Put a soft thing, like
  handkerchief or paper into the nose to
  prevent the nose from bleeding.
 Thinking:
1. Look at the picture. What has
   happened?
2. What kind of first aid would you
   perform in this situation?

                         3. Have you or someone you
   Pre-reading           know ever been burned? What
                         happened? What did the burn
                         look like? Did anyone perform
                         first aid? What did he/she do?
           Home work



1. Preview the text of Reading part.

2. Finish the exercise on Page 70.
Bye- bye!
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