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3 online An Amazing Rescue Prediction Look at the headline of this newspaper article and see if you can identify what the story is about. Can you predict what happened? Which of these words do you expect to find in the article? emergencytrainvet nurse helicopter dinghy danger failure luck coastguard successescape

4 online CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE TEXT Two young adults had a miraculous escape when their boat capsized in the sea near the south coast of England. They called for help with a mobile to someone in Japan.miraculouscapsized Ken and Emily Booth, who are brother and sister, were on a sailing holiday near Southampton when a freak storm caused enormous waves to capsize their dinghy.sailingfreakwaves They were thrown into the sea and spent thirty minutes in the freezing water trying to right the capsized dinghy. They were unsuccessful as they couldn´t get back into the dinghy, and neither could they attract the attention of passing ships.thrownspentdinghyunsuccessfulneither The situation was getting more serious as time went on. After nearly 40 minutes, when they were both in danger of hypothermia, Emily remembered she had brought her mobile phone in a watertight container and used it to make the call that saved their lives.hypothermiawatertight CLICK HERE TO GO TO EXERCISES An Amazing Rescue – thanks to a mobile phone Text adapted from Inspiration Student´s Book 3, with our thanks

5 online CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE TEXT Emily didn´t think about calling the emergency services on 999. Instead, in a state of panic, she phoned her father, who was in Tokyo on a business trip some 6000 miles away.Instead Emily explained ‘I thought it would be quicker to phone someone I knew and tell them our position. I dialled Dad´s number and he contacted the coastguard.’quickerdialled After nearly an hour in the freezing water and only ten minutes since the call, both a helicopter and a lifeboat were roaring towards them. Ken and Emily were winched up into the rescue helicopter and hurried to safety.bothroaringwinchedhurried Afterwards, the coastguard said that the teenagers were lucky to be alive and very, very lucky that the mobile had worked. ‘Anyone in trouble should contact the coastguard direct on 999,’ he added. Ken and Emily were both treated for shock and survived their ordeal, thanks to the work of the RNLI, the Coastguard and a mobile phone...treatedshocksurvivedCoastguard CLICK HERE TO GO TO EXERCISES Text adapted from Inspiration Student´s Book 3, with our thanks

6 miraculous (adj) – milagroso (a) (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/miraculous capsize(d) (v) past participle – volcar (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/nowadays sailing – velar, navegar (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/sailing freak (adj) – estrafalario (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/freak waves (n) – olas (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/wave#wave_4 thrown (v) past participle – echar (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/throw#throw_16 spent (v) past participle – pasar tiempo (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/spend dinghy (n) – bote (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/dinghy CLICK HERE TO GO BACK TO THE TEXT DEFINTIONS AND TRANSLATION COURTESY OF online Expressions Glossary

7 neither (det.) – ni (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/neither hypothermia (n) – hipotermia (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/hypothermia watertight (n) – hermético (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/watertight CLICK HERE TO GO BACK TO THE TEXT DEFINTIONS AND TRANSLATION COURTESY OF online Expressions Glossary

8 instead (adv) – en cambio (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/instead quicker (comp.) – rápido (a) (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/quick dialled (v) past participle – marcar (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/dial both (det.) – ambos (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/both http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/both roaring (v) pres.cont. – bramar (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/roar winch(ed) past participle – subir con un torno (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/winch hurr(ied) past participle – metar prisa (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/hurry treat(ed) past participle – tratar (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/treat CLICK HERE TO GO BACK TO THE TEXT DEFINTIONS AND TRANSLATION COURTESY OF online Expressions Glossary

9 shock – estado de choche (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/shock survive(d) past participle – sobrevivir (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/survive Coastguard (n) – guardcostas (ESP) TO READ OR HEAR A DEFINITION – CLICK THE LINK BELOW http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/coastguard CLICK HERE TO GO BACK TO THE TEXT DEFINTIONS AND TRANSLATION COURTESY OF online Expressions Glossary

10 Vocabulary Find words in the story that mean:-  small sailing boat  turned over in the water  closed so that water can´t get in  opposite of failure Word creation Make nouns ending “…..tion” from these verbs and complete the sentences:- 1Thanks to the _________ of mobile phones, it´s easier to contact people. 2People go to hospital if they need an __________. 3Email and texting are useful means of __________. 4I waved to attract her __________ but she didn´t see me. 5What´s your address? I´ll send you an __________ to my party. 6You can find out lots of __________ on the Internet. 7It´s important to keep calm in a dangerous or stressful situation. 8Did you see the robbers? Can you give me a __________ of them? CLICK HERE FOR MORE EXERCISES invite situate attend describe communicate inform operate invent online  something you put things in  person who helps people or boats in trouble  the opposite of danger  get in touch with  turn over a boat which has capsized

11 online Writing Write your own story about two people in danger and their amazing rescue. Use this story to help you and answer the following questions in your story:- Who are the people? How old are they? Where are they from? Where were they when they encountered danger? How did they get into trouble? What happened? Was someone injured? When did help arrive? How were they rescued? How did they feel afterwards? Ask Emily where she was when they capsized Ask why the dinghy capsized Ask what they did when they fell into the sea Ask why she didn´t dial 999 Reading. Go to the next slide and read the newspaper story again. Then answer these questions:- 1Where did Ken and Emily capsize? 2Why did their dinghy capsize? 3How long did they spend trying to right the dinghy? 4When did Emily remember her mobile? 5How did they feel by then? 6How far is Tokyo from Southampton? 7How were Ken and Emily rescued? 8What did the coastguard advise? Ask how they were rescued Reply Explain why Reply Explain why not Describe what happened Role play Using the information in the text, role play the conversation between Emily and a Journalist Speaking

12 online CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE TEXT Two young adults had a miraculous escape when their boat capsized in the sea near the south coast of England. They called for help with a mobile to someone in Japan.miraculouscapsized Ken and Emily Booth, who are brother and sister, were on a sailing holiday near Southampton when a freak storm caused enormous waves to capsize their dinghy.sailingfreakwaves They were thrown into the sea and spent thirty minutes in the freezing water trying to right the capsized dinghy. They were unsuccessful as they couldn´t get back into the dinghy, and neither could they attract the attention of passing ships.thrownspentdinghyunsuccessfulneither The situation was getting more serious as time went on. After nearly 40 minutes, when they were both in danger of hypothermia, Emily remembered she had brought her mobile phone in a watertight container and used it to make the call that saved their lives.hypothermiawatertight An Amazing Rescue – thanks to a mobile phone Text adapted from Inspiration Student´s Book 3, with our thanks

13 online CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE TEXT Emily didn´t think about calling the emergency services on 999. Instead, in a state of panic, she phoned her father, who was in Tokyo on a business trip some 6000 miles away.Instead Emily explained ‘I thought it would be quicker to phone someone I knew and tell them our position. I dialled Dad´s number and he contacted the coastguard.’quickerdialled After nearly an hour in the freezing water and only ten minutes since the call, both a helicopter and a lifeboat were roaring towards them. Ken and Emily were winched up into the rescue helicopter and hurried to safety.bothroaringwinchedhurried Afterwards, the coastguard said that the teenagers were lucky to be alive and very, very lucky that the mobile had worked. ‘Anyone in trouble should contact the coastguard direct on 999,’ he added. Ken and Emily were both treated for shock and survived their ordeal, thanks to the work of the RNLI, the Coastguard and a mobile phone...treatedshocksurvivedCoastguard Text adapted from Inspiration Student´s Book 3, with our thanks


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