Іноземна мова

Урок №73: Візит до лікаря

Мета: to revise the vocabulary on topic “Illnesses”;

– to involve pupils into reading, writing and listening activities;

-to build up communication skills by practicing dialogues with partners;

– to develop pupils’ imagination and creativeness.

Хід уроку:

  I. Warm-Up

Game “Switch”1. Навчальна: навчити вільно висловлювати думки англійською мовою на тему “В аптеці”, правильно вживати вивчену лексику, давати визначення понять та медичних термінів з опорою на словник та здогад, давати відповіді на запитання.

2. Практична: практикувати в монологічному та діалогічному мовленні за темою заняття; тренувати в підготовленому переході від однієї системи комунікації до іншої, закріпити лексику та фразеологічні конструкції.

3. Розвиваюча: розвивати навички читання, письма, розповідь та слухання; розвивати логічне та аналітичне мислення, уяву та пам’ять; навички зв’язного мовлення та відчуття мови.

4. Виховна: виховувати свідоме ставлення до збереження здоров’я, професіоналізм, позитивне та відповідальне ставлення до своєї майбутньої професії, любов до ближнього.

How often do you visit a doctor?

Ask 2 people and learn the information.

I talked to       (name)     and      (name)     .

 I learned that     (name)     visits the doctor__________.

II.      Main Part

              1. Revision of the vocabulary.

1.Headache

2.Earache

3.Toothache

4.Stomachache

5.Sore throat

6.Cold

7. Backache

          2. Listening a letter

a) pre-listening

1. suddenly 2. terrible cough 3. clothed up 4. complications 5. followed the instructions a.закладений b.ускладнення c.слідував інструкціям d.раптово e.жахливий кашель

Keys: 1d, 2e, 3a, 4b, 5c

b) while-listening

The doctor visited me.

My name is Nick. Four days ago I suddenly fell ill. I had a headache and a terrible cough. My temperature was 38,5. Besides my nose was clothed up.

My mother telephoned our doctor and she came in an hour. She examined me, took the temperature and took a pulse. She said, “Nothing serious, just a flue. Keep your bed for a few days, don’t go out or you get complications.”

The doctor prescribed me a cough syrup and tablets.

Four days passed. I followed the instructions of the doctor and now I am well.

c) post-listening

Say if it is true or falls

1. Two days ago Nick suddenly fell ill.  –

2. Nick had a headache and a terrible cough.+

3. The doctor examined the boy, took the temperature and took a pulse.+

4. The doctor prescribed Nick’s mother a cough syrup. –

5. Nick followed the instructions of the doctor.+

        3. Speaking

a) Speak on the following:

1. Think about your last visit to the doctor. Did you call (see) the doctor?

2. What did the doctor ask you?

3. What did the doctor prescribe for you? What did he suggest you to do?

    4. Reading. Dialogue acting.

a) Pre-reading

What people do if:

    If people   have an earache have a toothache have a stomachache have a cold       they   go to the dentist drink warm milk with honey call a doctor take some medicine

           b) While-reading

Now we’ll read the dialog:

P: Good morning, doctor.

D: Good morning. What’s the matter?

P: Oh doctor, I have a terrible cough. 

D: I would like to listen to your heart and lungs. I see. It is cold.

P. Yes, doctor. What shall I take for my cold?

D: I think you should take cold tablets and a cough syrup.  You must take one tablet three times a day and one teaspoon of the syrup every four hours.

P: OK, thank you.

D: Good bye.

c) Post-reading

Now let’s act your own dialogues. You get the cards. One of you is a doctor and another is a patient.

S receive cards

1.) Patient – flue (грип)

                      Symptoms: cough, high temperature, sore throat

    Doctor – listen the lungs, examine a throat

                    Recommendations – stay in bed, drink hot tea with raspberry, tablets and a cough syrup

2.) Patient – stomachache

                   Symptoms: pain in the stomach, sometimes in the back

       Doctor – feel the stomach,

                    Recommendations – stay in bed, keep t the diet, tablets

6.  Writing

Write in your ex-books. (Group the words from the box into 4 columns:

to sneeze/ toothache/ a head/ to cough/ lungs/ to prescribe medicine/ to take pulse/ high temperature/ shoulders/ headache/ heart/ to check the temperature

A symptom and an illness A part of the body Health service
to sneeze to cough high temperature toothache headache a head lungs heart shoulders to prescribe medicine to take pulse to check the temperature

III.     Final Part

1. Home task: Write a composition about your last visit to the doctor.

(Напиши твір про твій останній візит до лікаря)

25.03.2020         група 12 Іноземна мова

Урок №74: Складання тематичних діалогів

Мета: 1. Навчальна: навчити вільно висловлювати думки англійською мовою на тему “В аптеці”, правильно вживати вивчену лексику, давати визначення понять та медичних термінів з опорою на словник та здогад, давати відповіді на запитання.

2. Практична: практикувати в монологічному та діалогічному мовленні за темою заняття; тренувати в підготовленому переході від однієї системи комунікації до іншої, закріпити лексику та фразеологічні конструкції.

3. Розвиваюча: розвивати навички читання, письма, розповідь та слухання; розвивати логічне та аналітичне мислення, уяву та пам’ять; навички зв’язного мовлення та відчуття мови.

4. Виховна: виховувати свідоме ставлення до збереження здоров’я, професіоналізм, позитивне та відповідальне ставлення до своєї майбутньої професії, любов до ближнього.

1) What basic items should be stored in a well-stocked medicine cabinet?

2) I’ve heard that you should pay attention to the expiration date on your prescription medication. Is that true?

3) Does it make a difference where medicines are stored in my house?

4) How can I avoid taking too much prescription medicine?

5) What should I drink when I take my medications?

6) How do I know if a nonprescription medication is working?

7) How can my pharmacist help me with my medication questions?

 Jokes on Pharmacy

Now you’ll be divided into three groups. Your task is to read the following replics and to disipher the encoded ones. The following funny stories are based on American sense of humor. There is no guarantee that they will work with farmacists in our country.

№ 1

— Pharmacy Technician: – Every pharmacist should have at least one pharmacy technician.

— Pharmacist: – Why is that?

— Ph.Tec.:- 19,15,15,14,15,18,15,18,12,1,20,5,18,19,15,13,5,20,8,10,14,7,23,9,12,12,7,15,23,18,15,14,7,1,14,4,8,5,23,9,12,12,14,5,5,4,19,15,13,5,15,14,5,20,15,2,12,1,13,5,9,20,15,

14.

— Ph. Tec.: – Sooner or later something will go wrong and he will need someone to blame it on.

№ 2

— Customer: – Why is that patient jumping up and down   

like that?

— Pharmacist: – 8,5,20,15,15,11,8,9,19,13,5,4, 9,3,9,14, 5,1,14,4,4,9,4,14,15,20,

19,8,1,11,5,20,8,5,2,15,20,20,12,5.

— Pharmacist: – He took his medicine and did not shake the bottle.

№ 3

— Customer:- What’s new in product development?

— Pharmacist: – A new tablet that is 8,1,12,6,1,19,16,9,18,9,14,1,14,4,8,1,12,

6,7,12,21,5,9,20,9,19,6,15,18,19,16,12,9,20,20,9,14,7,8,5,1,4,1,3,8,5,19.

— Pharmacist: -… half aspirin and half glue. It is for splitting headaches!

II. Main part

 Scrambled Dialogues

Some phrases in the following dialogues are displaced, in other words, they have been scrambled. Your task is to read them, to translate and to bring them into order. Each group will have its own dialogue. Make up the dialogue, and then practice it with your partner.

1

  • Thanks, I’ll follow your recommendations.
  • After meals.
  • Recover soon.
  • A table spoonful three times a day.
  • How should I take this medicine?
  • May I look at your prescription? Yes, we have it. Here you are.
  • Before or after meal?
  • Excuse me, I’m looking for this medicine.
  • Excuse me, I’m looking for this medicine.
  • May I look at your prescription? Yes, we have it. Here you are.
  • How should I take this medicine?
  • A table spoonful three times a day.
  • Before or after meal?
  • After meals.
  • Thanks, I’ll follow your recommendations.
  • Recover soon.

№ 2

  • Here you are. Anything else?
  • Afternoon.
  • Is Colgate toothpaste fine?
  • Thanks. That’s all.
  • What type of aspirin – the normal one or the safer-for-the-stomach one?
  • For sensitive teeth, if you please.
  • Can I help you?
  • Yes, thanks.
  • Would you like toothpaste for sensistve teeth or with whitening effect?
  • The one safer for my stomach, of course.
  • Good afternoon!
  •    Yes. I would like some toothpaste and some aspirin.
  • Good afternoon!
  • Afternoon.
  • Would you like to get any medicine?
  • Yes. I would like some toothpaste and   

    some aspirin.

  • What type of aspirin – the normal one or

     the safer-for-the-stomach one?

  • The one safer for my stomach, of  

      course.

  • Is Colgate toothpaste fine?
  • Yes, thanks.
  • Would you like toothpaste for sensistve teeth or with whitening effect?
  • For sensitive teeth, if you please.
  • Here you are. Anything else?
  • Thanks. That’s all.

№ 3

  • No, you don’t need a prescription for  

     Panadol. It’s like aspirin.

  • Morning. Would you like to get any   

     medicine?

  • Here you are.
  • Yes, we do. How about Panadol pills?
  • Excuse me, do I need a prescription to    

    buy    this medicine?

  • Do you have medicine for fever?
  • Okey. Give me one strip, please.
  • Good morning.
  • Good morning.
  • Morning. Would you like to get any medicine?
  • Do you have medicine for fever?
  • Yes, we do. How about Panadol pills?
  • Excuse me, do I need a prescription to buy this medicine?
  • No, you don’t need a prescriptionfor Panadol. It’s like aspirin.
  • Okey. Give me one strip, please.
  • Here you are.

Listening Comprehension

Now you are to listen to the conversation between the customer and the chemist. Your task is:

  • to listen attentively;
  • to remember the details;
  • to complete the missing part of it.

At the Chemist’s

1.Chemist — Hello, can I help you?

2.Customer — Yes, I have a bad cold. What would you recommend me?

1. — Let me see, I think Gripex will do. By the way, are you sure you have cold? What do you suffer from?

2. — You see, I have a splitting headache and a running nose.

1. — Is that all? Is there something you don’t pay attention to?

2. — I guess so. I have a backache too and some discomfort in my throat.

1. — Have you taken your temperature today? You have to consult a doctor.

2. — I was too busy to go to the therapeutist. My temperature yesterday was 38 and 2 degrees.

1. — You’ve got a high temperature, a sore throat and a backache. It must be influenza.

2. — Influenza?

1. — Sure, I mean flu. You’d better stay at home and drink more fluid.

2. — And what about medicines?

1. —  I advise you some hot relief, Panadol pills to put the temperature down and nasal drops.

2. — How should I take them? Are they safe for my stomach? I must say I hate pills.

1. — You’d better take Panadol effervescent if you hate pills. Take  it three times a day after meal. Make a water solution of the hot relief and take it two times a day.

2. — Thank you very much. I’ll follow your advice.

1. — You’d better call for the therapeutist to get the sick leave.

2. — I’m sure to do so. Thank you again.

1. — Recover soon.

III. Home Task

Make up the dialogue on the topic “My last visit to the chemist’s”

(Скласти діалог на тему «Мій останній візит в аптеку»)