Calling 911 to Report an Emergency | ESL Video

Calling 911 to Report an Emergency

Quiz by: rmd    

Description: This is a simulation of a 911 call.
Beginning
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1.) What's wrong with the man?
2.) Who does the woman call?
3.) What does she ask for?
4.) Where is she?
5.) What is the person's phone number?
6.) How old is the woman's father?
7.) Is the person conscious?
8.) Is the person breathing?
9.) When did the chest pain start?
Dad!
Are you OK?
Help.
My chest.
Call 9-1-1.
Emergency.

Do you require Police, Fire, or Ambulance?
Ambulance.
Where are you?
I’m at 523 Kent Street.
Please repeat your address.
I’m at 523 Kent Street.
What’s your phone number?
My number is 555-823-9187.
Please repeat your phone number.
It’s 555-823-9187.
Tell me what happened.
My dad.
His chest hurts.
How old is he?
Um. 65, I think.
Is he conscious?
I don’t understand.
Is he awake?
Yes.
Is he breathing?
Yes.
When did it start?
Just now.
Stay on the line.
The ambulance is on its way.
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Wordbank
did it       repeat       awake       hurts       ambulance       Is he       Dad       address


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Calling 911 to Report an Emergency: A Simulation for ESL Learners

Step into the shoes of a 911 dispatcher in this simulation video where a caller reports an emergency. This video is a valuable resource for ESL learners to practice vocabulary related to emergencies and learn how to communicate effectively in urgent situations.

Watch as a caller requests an ambulance for their father experiencing chest pain. Learn essential vocabulary like 'emergency', 'ambulance', and 'address', and practice giving and repeating important information during an emergency call.

This video is ideal for beginning ESL learners who want to improve their emergency communication skills and vocabulary. It can be used in the classroom for role-playing activities or to spark discussions about emergency preparedness.
Category

Health

Grammar

Present Simple

Keywords

emergency communication

911 call

ambulance

chest pain

urgent situations

Discussion Questions

1.) What is a 911 call?
2.) What information do you need to give when you call 911?
3.) Can you call 911 if you don’t speak English well?

Vocabulary

emergency

ambulance

chest

conscious

breathing

address

phone number

hurts

awake

start