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Unit 8 Keeping Healthy and Seeing a Doctor. Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Section I Talking Face to Face Section II Being All Ears Session 1.

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1 Unit 8 Keeping Healthy and Seeing a Doctor

2 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Section I Talking Face to Face Section II Being All Ears Session 1

3 New Practical English 1 Section I Talking Face to Face

4 Unit 8 New Practical English I 2. Do you always read medical instructions carefully before taking a medicine? Why or why not? 1. What are medical instructions intended for? Warm-up Lead-in

5 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Read and translate Lead-in Read and translate the medical instructions in Section I.

6 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Sample dialogues Warm-up 1. Is your English good enough to help your American friend to see a doctor in China?

7 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 A. 我得了重感冒,病倒了。 B. 我咳嗽得很厉害。 C. 我什么都不想吃。 D. 我头痛得厉害,并且发烧。 Speak out — making complaints to a doctor I’ve come down with a bad cold. I’ve got a bad cough. I don’t feel like eating anything. I have a bad headache and a temperature.

8 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 E. 我牙很痛。 F. 我吃不下东西也睡不好,头晕乏力。 G. 我腿疼得厉害,现在感觉很虚弱。 I’ve got a terrible toothache. I can’t eat or sleep at all. I’m feeling weak and dizzy. My leg hurts so much and I’m feeling rather weak. Speak out — making complaints to a doctor

9 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 H. 我觉得有些难受,好象是中暑了。 I. 我服了阿司匹林,但还没好。 J. 我的牙痛死了。 I don’t feel very well, perhaps I’ve got heat-stroke. I have taken some aspirin, but I still feel sick. The toothache is killing me. Speak out — making complaints to a doctor

10 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 2. Do you know how to inquire in English about the symptoms of a patient as a doctor? Sample dialogues Warm-up

11 Unit 8 New Practical English 1. C. 这症状有 多久了? D. 今天感觉 如何? G. 张嘴说 “ 啊 ” 。 A. 你怎么了 ? 脸 色不太好。 B. 怎么了?有 什么不对劲 吗? E. 怎么了,杰克? 还好吧?你看起 来有些不对劲。 F. 服药了吗? H. 你发烧 了吗? Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

12 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 A.What’s wrong with you? You look pale. Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

13 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 B. What’s wrong? Is anything the matter? Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

14 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 C. How long has this been going on? Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

15 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 D. How are you feeling today? Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

16 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 E. Jack, are you all right? You don’t look quite yourself. Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

17 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 F. Have you taken any medicine? Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

18 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 G. Open your mouth and say “Ahhh”. Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

19 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 H. Do you have a temperature? Speak out — inquiring the symptoms

20 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 3. Can you understand a doctor’s advice and his prescriptions? Warm-up Sample dialogues

21 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 A.I’ll give you an injection to bring your fever down. B. Here is a prescription to take care of your headache and keep your temperature down. C. You should go on taking the medicine for three more days. Sample sentences Speak out — giving advice and writing a prescription

22 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 D. You need a minor operation. E. You can try some Chinese therapies. F. You must come back for a follow-up treatment. G.Take this pain-killer three times a day after meals. Sample sentences Speak out — giving advice and writing a prescription

23 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Sample dialogues Read and find out useful expressions for seeing a doctor. Read and find out

24 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 1.I’ve got a sore throat and a bad cough. Sentences for a patient to make a complaint to a doctor: 2.It’s my skin. It’s so dry and rough.

25 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 1.What’s wrong with you? Sentences for a doctor to inquire about symptoms: 2. You don’t look well today. What’s the problem?

26 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 1. Try this throat spray. 2. Simply spray it into your throat three times a day. 3. Remember not to drink or eat anything immediately afterward. 4. You could try this skin oil treatment. Just rub the oil into your skin. 5. Keep it in a cool and dry place. Sentences for a doctor to give advice to a patient:

27 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 1. You should feel relieved soon. 2. It will soothe and soften your skin immediately. Sentences for a doctor to comfort a patient:

28 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 1._________________ your daughter? Have you taken her temperature? 2. She should __________________ if she rests for a few days. Practice the following sentences. What’s wrong with feel a little relieved

29 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 3. ______ this medicine and stay in bed for two days, and I’m sure you’ll feel better. 4. ______ the ointment well into the skin when you feel a pain. 5. If your skin is dry, you should apply the oil treatment and it will ______ your skin. Practice the following sentences. Try Rub soften

30 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Sample dialogues Practice the dialogues. Group work

31 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Sample dialogues Make short conversations by simulating the five small dialogues. Pair work

32 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Sample dialogues Role play the similar situations you create, first in groups, and then before the class. Role play

33 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Sample dialogues Do the Put-in-Use exercises in groups by reading out loudly the three dialogues you have completed. Put-in-Use

34 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Section II Being All Ears

35 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Pre-listening task Read the printed materials Read the printed materials in Listen and Decode in ONE minute. Dialogue

36 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Dialogue While-listening task Listen to the tape WITHOUT looking at the book.

37 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Dialogue Listen to the tape one sentence after another, taking notes during the pause. While-listening task

38 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Dialogue While-listening task Repeat the sentences after the tape.

39 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Jack and Li are good friends. Li: Why, Jack, are you all right? You don’t look quite yourself. You don’t look quite yourself. Jack: I’m feeling awful. I’ve got a terrible headache. terrible headache. Li: It might be a bad cold. Have you taken any medicine? any medicine? Jack: I took some aspirin, but I still feel sick. Dialogue script

40 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Li: You’d better go to see a doctor immediately. Want me to go with you to the hospital? Jack: Oh, it’s so nice of you. I do need your help. I just can’t think straight at the moment. … Dialogue script

41 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 (In the hospital, a doctor is receiving Jack.) Doctor: What’s the matter? Jack: I’ve got a terrible headache, a sore throat, headache, a sore throat, and my whole body and my whole body hurts badly. hurts badly. Dialogue script

42 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Doctor: Let me see. Oh, you’re running a high fever. a high fever. Jack: Am I seriously ill, doctor? Doctor: Don’t worry. I think you’ve just got a bad you’ve just got a bad cold. But you’d better take cold. But you’d better take an X-ray first. an X-ray first. Jack:Thank you, doctor. Dialogue script

43 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Post-listening task Do the exercises in Listen and Decode and Listen and Respond. Dialogue

44 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Pre-listening task Read the printed materials in Listen and Read in THREE minutes. Passage

45 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Passage While-listening task Listen to the tape and fill in the blanks.

46 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Passage While-listening task Listen again and check up the answers.

47 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Key to the passage: 1. Nowadays 2. their skin 3. your 4. all the difference 5. have a good rest 6. at least eight 7. on a fine day 8. breaths 9. upwards and outwards 10. twice a week Passage

48 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Now, read the passage LOUDLY! Passage

49 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 Post-listening task Do the exercises in Listen and Judge and Listen and Complete. Passage

50 Unit 8 New Practical English 1 1.Pair work: Make up dialogues between a doctor and a patient referring to the dialogues in the Workbook. 2.Preview Passage I and the exercises.


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