The Tsunami | Geography Lesson

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The story shows how a little girl saved the lives of many tourists when a tsunami struck the beach, thanks to the geography lesson that she had learnt at school.
She remembered the visuals of a tsunami and warned her parents. Do you remember any incident when something that you learnt in the classroom helped you in some way outside the classroom?

Write your experiences in a paragraph of about 90–100 words or narrate it to the whole class like an anecdote


I and my parents went by vehicle to my grandparent's home. I was very happy to meet them, and I was desperate to satisfy them after a year. We'd sing, eat and enjoy music on the manner. The driver suddenly stopped the vehicle. We found on the road a man lying. We've got to see. He was a well-dressed middle agency guy lying on his motorcycle. The chest was having pain. Suddenly, I remembered my science lesson that I had a heart attack with pain on the left side of my chest, sweats, and a lot of difficulties in moving and breathing. In such a situation that my teacher taught us in the class, I remembered the first aid provided. I gave him the first aid that he felt better then I told my dad to lift him and bring him in our vehicle to the hospital.

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