Accidents In The Home

(Conversation Questions)

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| GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!ere is a list of questions that can be used in your English lessons regarding “Accidents In The Home”.  Obviously, this is not a complete list, but feel free to use it, add to it, or print it out and burn it (just not inside your home.)  😆

      • What Is The Most Dangerous Thing In Your Home?
      • How Can Your Home Be Made Less Dangerous?
      • What Is The Most Dangerous Thing In Your Home For A Child?
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        • How Can That Thing Be Made Less Dangerous?
      • What Is The Most Dangerous Thing In Your Home For An Elderly Person?
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        • How Can It Be Made Less Dangerous?
      • What Dangers Can Be Found In The Kitchen?
      • What Are Some Things In The Kitchen That Can Cause Accidents?
      • Have You Ever Had An Accident In The Kitchen That Resulted In An Injury?
      • What Can Be Done To Prevent Kitchen Accidents?
      • What Can A Parent Do To “Childproof” A Kitchen?
      • What Can Be Done To Make Kitchens More Safe For Everyone?
      • What Dangers Can Be Found In Bathrooms That Can Cause Accidents?
      • What Can Be Done To Prevent Accidents In The Bathroom?
      • What Can A Parent Do To “Childproof” A Bathroom?
      • What Can Be Done To Make Bathrooms More Safe For Everyone?
      • What Dangers Can Be Found Outside The Home (in the yard or garden) That Can Cause Accidents?
      • What Can Be Done To Prevent Accidents In The Yard Or Garden?
      • What Can A Parent Do To “Childproof” The Yard Or Garden?
      • What Can Be Done To Make The Yard Or Garden More Safe For Everyone?
      • What Other Dangers Can Be Found In A Home:  Bedrooms, Laundry-Rooms, Garages, & Living Areas?
      • What Can Be Done Throughout The House To Prevent Accidents?
      • What Can A Parent Do To “Childproof” The Different Rooms Of The Home?
      • What Can De Done To Make Homes More Safe, In General?
      • Where In Your Home Do You Have A First-Aid Kit?
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        • What Do You Have In It?
      • Where Are These Items Found In A House;  How Can They Be Dangerous;  To Whom Can They Be Dangerous — And What Can Someone Do To Lessen The Dangers They Present?
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        • Hot Pots & Pans
        • Hot Curling-Iron
        • Knife
        • Window
        • Iron
        • Medicine
        • Gasoline
        • Pool
        • Insecticides
        • Bleach
        • Cleaners
        • Natural Gas
        • Balcony
        • Toilets
        • Staircase
        • Oven / Stove
        • Stool
        • Ladder
        • Yard Tools
        • Fireplace
        • Bathtub
        • Swing-Set / Playground
        • Sliding Glass Door
        • Electronic Equipment
        • Cleaning Supplies
        • Loose Carpet
        • Slippery Floor
        • Glass Table
        • Table With Sharp Edges & Corners
        • Hairdryer
      • What Do You Need To Do If…?
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        • You Cut Your Finger Preparing Food?
        • You Fall Down And Can Not Move Or Get Up?
        • Your Child Drinks Chemicals? (cleaners, bleach, etc.)
        • The Toilet Is Over-Flowing?
        • There Is A Fire In The Kitchen?
        • There Is A Fire Anywhere In The Home?
      • How Do You Call For Police, Paramedic, Fire Help?
      • What Is The Phone Number For Emergency Help?

| GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!f you have an adult class, or if you just have a student who is reluctant to participate because they think the topic is dumb or juvenile — just remember that it is not so much about the topic itself, but that the student is actually speaking.  This is a great opportunity to expand vocabulary as there may be something that they do not know the word for.  And if a story about a personal experience comes-up…  even better!  😉

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