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III. Specialists. Patients

1. More than Words 1. Sickness and cure p.78

2. Interactions I. Ch.7 p.74 Health and illness

3. Headway U-I. p.51 T.18 Holistic Medicine

4. I. Semyankiv, A. Shugai. Listening comprehension tasks. p. 8 The Strange Doctor

IV. Physical fitness. Sport. Bad habits: drugs, smoking, drinking, stress

1. More than Words 1. Health and exercise p.71

2. Patterns Plus. p. 40 Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds? p. 237 Think Thin and Get Thin

3. Patterns Plus. p. 330 What Is a Drug? p. 292 The Thirsty Animal

4. Inside Out U-I. U.4 I will quit. Soon p.39-40

WRITING

Patterns Plus. Cause and Effect. U.8 p.263

VIDEO

1. Inside Out U-I. U.4 Good health!

2. Focus on American Culture. Segment 11, Health Care for the Poor

3. Family Album. USA (Keeping Fit)

Grammar and Functions

Modal Auxiliaries and Similar Expressions

1. Ability in the present and past: can, be able to, could, was/were able to, managed to

Azar. p. 109, 2-21, 2-22; Azar (new). p.193

2. Permission: can, be allowed to, could, may, might

3. Obligation: for the present or future: must, have to, have got to; for the past: had to

Azar. p. 75, 2-6; Azar (new). p.157

4. Lack of necessity in the present: must not, don’t have to, haven’t got to, don’t need to, needn’t

Azar. p. 76, 2-7; Azar (new). p.158

5. Advice: should, ought to, had better Azar. p.78, 2-8; Azar (new). p.160; the past form of should and ought to Azar. p.81, 2-9

6. Degrees or certainty (possibility: may, might, could, can) Azar (new). p.176-184

7. Used to (habitual past) Azar. p.101, 2-18

8. Expressing preference: would rather in the present and past

Azar. p. 106, 2-20; Azar (new). p.197

9. Requests, offers, suggestions: let’s, why don’t, shall I/we

Azar. p. 86, 2-11; Azar (new). p.169

Azar. p. 69, 2-2; Azar (new). p.152

Azar. p. 70, 2-3; Azar (new). p.153

Azar. p.73, 2-5

Word-list

ache

acupuncture

AIDS

ailment

ambulance

anaesthetic

ankle

appendix

armpit

baby teeth

bite

blind

blister

blood pressure

bodily organs

boil

brain concussion

breast

breath

bruise

cardiologist

carious

cast in the eye

catching

Casualty and Emergency Department

cavity

chain smoker

check up

chest

children's disease

chronic

cold

common illness

constipation

contagious

course of treatment

cramp

cripple

crutch

dental care

dentist

denture wearers

dermatologist

deterioration

diagnosis

diarrhoea

digestive system

drug addict / addiction

elbow

emergency medical aid

euthanasia

familial disease

family doctor

fatigue

fever

feverish

filling

finger

first-aid outfit

flu

food poisoning

forearm

fracture

friction

frostbite

gangrene

gargle

gash

gasp

general practitioner

genetic engineering

graze

Gynaecological Ward

haemorrage

headache

health check

heart attack

heel

hiccups

hip

incurable disease

indigestion

infectious pneumonia

inflammation

injury

insomnia

Intensive Care Unit

it hurts me

jaundice

joint

kidney failure

knee

lame in the left leg

long / short-sighted

Maternity Unit

medical insurance

medicine for a cold

mental retardation

metabolism

migraine

nervous system

neurologist

nose bleeding

nurse

obstetrician

ointment

Ophthalmic Ward

optician

Orthopaedic Ward

outbreak

Paediatric Ward

paediatrician

pain-killer

physiotherapist

plaster cast

pregnancy

psychiatrist

psychosomatic

pulse

quarantine

queasy

respiratory system

rhythm

running nose

sedatives

scar

scratch

shoulder dislocation

sickness

sling

spinal column / cord

sore eye/foot/throat

specialist

sprain

sting

stomach

stroke

stuttering

suffocation

sun-stroke

surgeon

Surgical Ward

sweaty

swollen

symptoms

the nose is clogged up

thigh

throb

thumb

toe

tooth decay

tonsils

transmitted disease

treatment

tumour

ulcer

vaccination

vaccine

vessel

X-rays

waist

wheelchair

woollen pads

wound

wrist

to ache all over

to apply a mustard plaster

to be/get addicted

to be allergic to

to be all skin and bones

to be as fit as a fiddle

to beat

to be / feel ill with

to be predisposed to

to be running a temperature

to be safe and sound

to be sick and tired of sth

to be short of breath

to be taken ill

to be under the weather

to be unwell

to be X-rayed

to blow one’s nose

to break out in a rash/spot

to breathe in deeply

to bring / keep down the temperature

to catch a cold

to come down with a disease

to complain of sth

to consult a doctor

to cough

to diagnose

to die of/from sth

to ease / reduce pain

to examine

to faint

to fall ill

to feel black and blue all over

to feel dizzy/nauseous

to feel one's pulse

to gain/recover consciousness

to gain strength

to get a burn

to get over

to get pregnant

to get well

to give an injection

to have a headache

to have a thorough examination

to have an appointment with the doctor

to have one's blood examined / tested

to have one's chest X-rayed

to have / undergo an operation

to heal

to inhale

to irritate

to join the majority

to keep in good health

to listen to one’s chest/heart/lungs

to lose consciousness

to operate on

to pull/take out (a tooth)

to put a bandage

to recover from

to sneeze

to sprain an ankle

to strip to the waist

to suffer from sth

to swell

to swoon

to take medicine

to take one's temperature

to treat sb for sth

to vomit

to write out a prescription for

FOCUSED DISCUSSION AND PARAGRAPH WRITING

Cause and Effect. Narration. Contrast / Comparison. Explanation

Topics Proposed for Focused Discussion and Paragraph Writing

1. Medical service and care: modern medicine, traditional medicine. Holistic and Western Approach: Pros and Cons

2. Bad habits and related diseases. How bad habits affect your life

3. Causes and effects of student neurosis

TOPICS PROPOSED FOR ORAL ASSESSMENT

1. How does holistic medicine differ from a western approach?

2. Types and symptoms of fatigue. Efficient ways to recover

3. First aid in case of emergency

4. Tell about any day when you were ill.

5. How bad habits affect our lives

Module № 5. HOUSING

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