A First Aid Class
Mr. Stone teaches a first aid class. There are five students in his class. They want to learn about different emergencies. The students are preparing a first aid kit. Stanley is making a splint. Tony is getting an ice pack. Stella is cutting bandages. Steve is getting tape. Stefan is reading a first aid book. Then a bee flies into the classroom. Stefan gets a bee sting. Stefan’s book falls on Tony’s head. Tony’s ice pack falls on Stella’s hand. Stella drops the scissors on Stanley. The students have an emergency. They ask the teacher for help.
“What’s the matter?” asks Mr. Stone.
“I have a bee sting,” answers Stefan.
“You need a bandage,” says Mr. Stone.
“I bumped my head,” says Tony.
“You need an ice pack,” says Mr. Stone.
“I have a cut,” says Stanley.
“You need a Band-Aid,” says Mr. Stone.
“I can’t breathe,” says Stella.
“You need oxygen,” says Mr. Stone. Then Mr. Stone sits down.
“What’s the matter, Mr. Stone?” ask the students.
“I’m having a stroke,” says the teacher.
“Call 911!” say the students.
The students learned a lot in first aid class today.
ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN PHONEMIC AWARENESS INFUSION
Pronunciation of Initial /s/ Consonant Cluster
Reading Infusion by: Mirtha O. Martinez (7/04)