Речі, без яких ми не можемо жити. Видатні люди в галузі медицини



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ТЕМА “МЕДИЦИНА. ЗДОРОВИЙ СПОСІБ ЖИТТЯ”

УРОК 38

Тема. Речі, без яких ми не можемо жити. Видатні люди в галузі медицини

Мета:

– вдосконалювати навички читання, аудіювання, усного та писемного мовлення з використанням вивчених лексико-граматичних структур;

– активізувати лексичний матеріал теми;

– розвивати комунікативні здібності учнів, закріпити вивчений лексичний матеріал на письмі;

– сприяти розвитку логічного мислення, виховувати дисциплінованість та уважність.

ХІД УРОКУ

I.

Організація класу. Привітання

II. Підготовка до іноземного мовлення

Фонетична й мовленнєва зарядка.

III. Основна частина уроку

А) Перевірка, виконання домашнього завдання. Впр. 5, с. 67. Read what young disabled people say about their lives and discuss the questions.

David – Michael – Margaret

How do people with disabilities feel in the company of other people?

How do others treat people with disabilities?

How can the life of those people be made better?

B) Впр 1, с. 67-68 – read the story and discuss questions after it.

How did farmer Fleming save the boy nearby?

Who came up to the farmer’s place next day?

How did the rich man decide to thank the farmer?

Why did Alexander Fleming become very famous?

Do you know what penicillin is?

Why was it a great discovery?

Who was Sir Winston Churchill? Why was he famous?

What do you think of the

characters of this story?

C) Bnp. 2, c. 68 – listen to the text (tapescript 27, p. 191) and say if these statements are true or false.

– The doctor couldn’t hear his patients’ hearts because he had problems with hearing.

+ The wooden tube made the sounds of the body louder.

– Those sounds were always the same.

– Doctors today use the same kind of tube.

D) Reading

“The Cold War”

Your body aches. You can’t breathe. Your head feels as if it might explode. There’s no denying it. you’ve got a cold. Winter is prime time for catching colds. Getting over a cold takes about a week. But there are steps you can take to keep from getting sick.

So how do you catch a cold? Believe it or not it’s not caused by being cold, having wet feet or going outside with a wet head.

Colds are caused by viruses. Sneezing is one way cold viruses are spread. Air blasts out of your nose at about 100 miles an hour producing thousands of airborne drops that land everywhere.

If your hands touch anything those drops land on, even pencils or door knobs, watch out! It’s easy to catch germs. But there are some things you can do to protect yourself – and other people.

Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water.

Don’t share drink glasses even if your friend doesn’t I look sick. Use a tissue when you sneeze and be sure to throw it away.

If you don’t have a tissue, sneeze into your shoulder, not your hand! Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. This would keep your body strong.

E) Bпp. 4, c. 69 – think of the medicine in the future and discuss.

Will people get ill in the future? Why? Why not?

Will there be doctors in the future or will people be treated by robots?

Will people be able to cure all the diseases?

Will it be possible to produce parts of the body?

Will it help disabled people? Will there be disabled people in future?

Will people have electronic devices in their bodies?

IV. Завершальна частина уроку

Домашнє завдання Впр. 3, с. 68-69.

Підсумки уроку

Учитель підбиває підсумки уроку та оцінює роботу учнів.


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