Цілі: формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; вдосконалювати навички читання й усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; підвищувати загальну культуру здорового способу життя.
At first let’s revise the parts of the body and the words which are connected with them. (You may use pictures or dolls.)
Lungs, chest, throat, heart, ear, eye, head, ankle, tooth-teeth, blood, pulse, arm, hand, leg, foot, neck, back, stomach, nose, blood pressure
2. Vocabulary practice
Do ex. 1, p. 108.
Using the pictures learn the names of he>
cold, flu, cough, toothache, earache, headache, backache, appendix, blood pressure, temperature, sneeze, fever, runny nose.
– The boy has a cold.
People in the medical profession. What do these people do? Match the words and their definitions.
1) a surgeon
A) looks after children and treats their illnesses
2) a sister
B) is trained to prepare drugs and medicines and works in a shop or in a hospital
3) a dentist
C) examines and treats people’s eyes
4) a pediatrician
D) looks after patients in hospital
5) a nurse
E) looks after your heart
6) a general practitioner / a physician
F) is a senior nurse in a hospital
7) an oculist
G) examines and treats people’s ears
8) an ear doctor
does operations in hospital
I) is trained in general medicine and treats people in a particular area or town
10) a pharmacist
J) looks after your teeth
The students choose any picture (they are upside down) and answer one by one the teacher’s question “What’s the matter with you?”
Pair work. Miming game
– What’s the matter?
– I’ve got a headache.
– What are you going to do?
– I’m going to see a dentist.
Do ex. 2, p. 108.
Teacher shows pictures and pupils write down the words.
Work in groups of three
Practise the new words in the dialogue.
Ideas for substitution:
– be hot
– be cold
– have got a backache / earache
– a stomachache
– have a runny nose
– have sore eyes
– be watery
– leg / arm hurts
– be swollen
– feel bad
– feel dizzy
– have a rash
– some pills
– some drops
– some injections
– having injections
– taking pills
– taking drops
Doctor. What’s the matter with you?
You. I’ve got A terrible headache and a sore throat.
Your mother: He’s also got a high temperature, I think.
Doctor. Well, let’s Listen to your breath and examine Your throat. Oh. it’s really red.
You. I’m sneezing and coughing all the time.
Doctor. Don’t worry. I’ll prescribe you some medicine and you’ll be better in several days.
Your mother: Should he stay in bed?
Doctor. Yes, sure. I think 3 days will be enough. Also give him Warm milk with butter and honey.
Your mother: OK. I see.
You. I hate Milk and honey.
6. Reading and writing
Read the text and write out and translate the words and expressions which you’ve learnt at this lesson.
There is nothing more important than he>
If you complain of a sore throat or a bad cough, if you run a high temperature and have a bad cold, if you have a headache, heart disease, toothache, backache, earache or a bad pain in the stomach, if you suffer from a high or low blood pressure, you should consult a doctor.
The doctor will take your temperature, examine you, feel your pulse, test your blood pressure, sound your heart and lungs and have your chest X-rayed if necessary. After that he will prescribe you some treatment (pills, tablets, mixtures or some other medicine) which you can buy at the chemist’s. In order to avoid complications he will recommend you to stay in bed for some days. If you want to recover soon, you have to follow the doctor’s instructions.
Do ex. 3, p. 109.
Write some sentences about he>
Example: When I have a headache, I go to see a physician / take pills.