Are your English/ESL/EFL students asking you about medical emergency language? This unit is jam-packed with useful, everyday information. Students will learn or review a wide array of vocabulary related to medical emergencies and procedures such as fracture, hemorrhage, and MRI. In the process, they will practice describing an injury or accident using the past progressive/continuous tense. Students will also listen to and role-play making a 9-1-1 phone call. For practical reading comprehension, they'll analyze a hospital bill. And there's also a fun application section on injuries that utilizes a clip from the popular feature film, "Sherlock Holmes", starring Robert Downey Jr.
Complete student packet
Grammar Game (Past continuous charades)
Complete set of vocabulary review cards
Note: To use the all listening/viewing clip, you will need classroom to access a link on YouTube.com