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教育见习新视野大学英语三unit 6

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  • 1. Unit 6How to Prepare for Earthquakes 20094210408 Amy 张浩洋
  • 2. StructurePart I. To predict when an earthquake is going to happen. Paragraph 1 To prevent the great destructionPart II. of property caused by earthquakes.Paragraph 2 To prepare for the possibility ofPart III. a great earthquake. Paragraph 3-6 Even if prediction becomes possible, people still have to doPart IV. their best to prevent disasters by improving building structures and by being personally prepared.Paragraph 7
  • 3. Part I. Paragraph 1To predict when an earthquake is going to happen.
  • 4. Part II. Paragraph 2To prevent the great destruction of property caused by earthquakes.
  • 5. Part III. Paragraph 3-6To prepare for the possibility of a great earthquake.Some useful methods.
  • 6. Dont shout for help, knock out sound. Save your energy.
  • 7. Know the structure of the building
  • 8. Save those who can be saved first, they may help save others.
  • 9. Save those neer the hospitals or crowds
  • 10. Explode victims head first,clean their nostril make sure they can breath
  • 11. Keep an eye for victims eyes! Give them fluid while digging them out.
  • 12. If hurt in ones neck or lumbar vertebra,carefully take them out.
  • 13. To those badly injurd, do first aid first,then take them elsewhere.
  • 14. Part IV. Paragraph 7Even if prediction becomes possible, people still have to do their bestto prevent disasters by improving building structures and by beingpersonally prepared.
  • 15. Lets remember what weve learned and reviewas soon as you can ! Bye!