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1 starter activityHow much can you remember about Prehistoric medicine & Ancient Egptian medicine? Study your notes for 3 minutes and then answer these questions ….
2What did prehistoric tribes use as a cure for headaches? How can we learn about prehistoric people?Give 3 examples of how medicine improved under Egyptians?How did Egyptians explain disease – 2 waysWho were Ir-en-akhty and Sekhmet and what do they tells us about Egyptian medicine?
3TrepanningComparing with existing tribes, e.g,. AboriginesWriting (papyrus & hieroglyphs), specialist doctors, new explanations of causes (channels), new treatments, anatomy & better instrumentsSupernatural (evil spirits) / theory of channelsEye specialist & Goddess of Healing – use of specialist doctors & continuing supernatural practices
4Was Hippocrates the greatest doctor of them all? LOsTo assess how much I have learned about prehistoric & Egyptian medicineTo identify why Hippocrates was such an important doctorTo create a modern-day Hippocratic oath
5Watch this short film about Hippocrates. Note down as many of his achievements as you can. How different was Hippocrates from what went before?Hippocrates, born c.460BC
6Read p.28-9 and jot down these headings: Hippocratic OathHippocratic CollectionObserving and recordingNatural treatmentsCauses of diseaseDecide which was his Hippocrates greatest achievement and write a paragraph explaining your choice.How did Hippocrates move medicine on from prehistoric times and Ancient Egypt?
7Role play taskImagine you are the host of a TV show like ‘This is Your Life’. Hippocrates is the guest. Invite back friends & relatives who would have known him. Possible guests might include:Mother & FatherTeachers from CosPatientsOther doctors
8Extension taskDevise a modern-day Hippocratic Oath. Think about some of the challenges facing today’s doctors and some of the complex moral and ethical issues they have to deal with.
9 ExtensionExplore the weblinks on the Studyhistory website. Weblinks > GCSE. Visit some of the sites and add additional information to your table on Hippocrates. Do this in a different colour so you can see this is information from your own research.
10 Exam practiceSection B, Qa: ‘Choose one of the individuals who influenced the development of medicine’HippocratesPerson XWhat did he do to influence the development of medicine?Timing: spend roughly 8 minutes on this question
11Level 1 (1-2 marks)Level 2 (3-4 marks)Simple description of an individual’s achievementsProvides basic details about the individual, e.g. Hippocrates introduced a new oath, his books were brought together in the Hippocratic Collection, he sued natural treatments and observed and recorded his findings, he invented the theory of the four humoursDescribes and explains the achievements of an individualRefers to most of the key achievements in Level 1 but explains why they were important, e.g. the use of natural treatments mean that people were moving away from supernatural explanations or the Hippocratic Collection meant that remedies could be recorded and shared with other doctors
12 HomeworkRevise for a timed question on Prehistoric, Egyptian and Greek Medicine.Produce an obituary on Hippocrates – you’ll find a template on the Studyhistory website.Extension. Supplement your knowledge using evidence from the weblinks on the Studyhistory website.
13 Plenary 3 areas you need to revise more thoroughly 3 examples of things you’d expect to find in a Hippocratic OathGive 5 reasons why Hippocrates was such a great doctorWhat would you put in a modern-day Hippocratic Oath?