UNIT 9 PROJECT

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UNIT 9 PROJECT: REPORTING ACCIDENTS:

UNIT 9 PROJECT: REPORTING ACCIDENTS UNIVERSIDAD JAVERIANA FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPARMENT OF COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE ENGLISH LEVEL II 2013-1

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To role play an accident-related scenario. To list major types of injuries that result from accidents To analyze an accident (behaviors and age groups that are typically involved In accidents ; issues of speed, impact, and collision; distractions) To discuss types of injuries associated with driving accidents To fill in an Accident Report

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Choose one of the following accident-related scenarios:

Injured #1: Spinal Cord Injury: You're an accident victim making a report to a police officer::

Injured #1: Spinal Cord Injury: You're an accident victim making a report to a police officer: Thrown from vehicle, not moving legs, but free to move hands, face up Conscious, able to talk Describes the following conditions: Extreme pain or pressure in the neck, head, or back Tingling or loss of sensation in the hand, fingers, feet, or toes

Injured #2: Shock Victim with Broken Bones: You're a reporter asking bystanders to describe a crash they witnessed :

Injured #2: Shock Victim with Broken Bones: You're a reporter asking bystanders to describe a crash they witnessed Either ultra‐conscious, restless, and anxious, or decreased level of consciousness Weak and rapid pulse Cold (possibly shivering) and wet skin, possibly pale Breathing irregularly

Injured #3: Brain Injury You're at the hospital with an injured relative, explaining the doctor your relative fell off a fifth floor:

Injured #3: Brain Injury Y ou're at the hospital with an injured relative, explaining the doctor your relative fell off a fifth floor Dilation of the pupils Thirsty Nauseous Unable to move one arm, any movement causes sharp pain Injured cannot remember details, the names of companions, where he/she lives

Injured #4: Burn victim in arms You're describing the damage from a fire to an insurance agent. :

Injured #4: Burn victim in arms You're describing the damage from a fire to an insurance agent. Second degree burn: Swelling redness Inflammation Blistering of the skin Extreme pain

Injured #5 You're on the phone with a 911 operator.:

Injured #5 You're on the phone with a 911 operator . Got a shot. Partial or complete loss of control over any part of the body Abnormal band‐like sensations in the thorax (upper chest)—pain, pressure Impaired breathing after injury Unusual lumps on the head

Injured #6:Slipping on wet floor You're a victim reporting your ARP an accident:

Injured #6:Slipping on wet floor You're a victim reporting your ARP an accident Slipping on a wet floor pain of the injury limited mobility Sprain Possible fracture

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Organize yourself in groups of 3 or 4 and start writing the dialogue for the role-play.

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Present your role play on a video and accident report to the class .

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Plan your time Assign a role to each member of the group Bring proper outfits on the day of the presentation

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Evaluation checklist You will be evaluated on: Fluency and coherence Vocabulary Grammar Creativity

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