Lesson 40. HOW HEALTHY ARE YOU?  

Lesson 40. HOW HEALTHY ARE YOU?

Цілі: вдосконалювати 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.

Procedure

1. Warm-up

Pupils go around the class asking questions then they sum up.

1. Have you ever...?

2. When did it happen last?

Name caught a cold broken your arm /leg had an accident suffered from a terrible toothache
Masha √ last year x never

Example: Masha caught a cold last year. She has never had an accident.

2. Vocabulary practice

Match the words and their definitions.

1) disease a) the regular beat that can be felt, for example at your wrist
2) throat b) the joint between your foot and your leg
3) chest c) to force air from the lungs with a sudden, sharp sound
4) lungs d) an illness or a medical condition in which you have a very high temperature
5) cough e) the force with which blood travels through your body
6) pain f) an illness or unhealthy condition in your body, especially one caused by infection
7) pulse g) the front of the neck
8) fever h) organs of breathing in the chest of a man and animals
9) ankle i) the upper, front part of the body
10) blood pressure j) a feeling of being hurt

3. Writing

Do ex, 4, p. 110.

4. Reading

Read the sentences and try to guess the meaning of the underlined verbs.

Полегшити, завдавати болю, лікувати, страждати, дихати, вилікувати, оглядати, ковтати, приписувати, одужувати

1. Does it hurt when you move?

2. The doctor examined the child to see if she was ill.

3. He had a sore throat and it was difficult for him to swallow.

4. She recovered slowly after her long illness.

5. The doctor prescribed some medicine for me.

6. When I left hospital I was completely cured.

7. Nowadays this disease can be treated with drugs.

8. He suffers from headaches.

9. When you get an asthma attack you can’t breathe.

10. Drugs helped to relieve the pain.

5. Listening

Practise the vocabulary

Write the words in italics on the board. Then ask pupils to complete the word combinations while you are reading the verbs at random.

Recover ... from a bad cold, my neck ... hurts, prescribe some medicine, examine the patient, suffer from a runny nose, treat by using an operation, cure a patient, swallow the last coffee, breathe the air, relieve a problem.



6. Reading

Read the rap, revise the names of health problems and learn some new ones.

NEVER BE SICK RAP

There are diseases in the world...

Some you know, some you don’t,

Some you’ll be sick, some you won’t.

You’ll feel awful if you fall,

But it’s better for you not to be sick at all.

So let temperature, sneezing, sore throat, toothache,

cough and a cold, runny nose, backache,

rash, influenza of flu, earache,

terrible fever, appendix, headache,

vomit, food poisoning and stomachache,

sprain, high blood pressure, serious pain

and even their symptoms you irritate

neither at night nor during the day.

7. Writing

Picture dictation

Dictate the words below (in any way you like) and tell the students to write the words on the appropriate pictures (just two words for one picture). The students should choose the correct word and write it down.

Toothache, runny nose, fever, cough, backache, broken leg, headache, sore throat, flu, stomachache, rash, sore eyes, cut finger, earache, sprain.

8. Summary

Do ex. 6, p. 110.

9. Homework

Do ex. 5, p. 110.


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