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1)To read the text in 5 minute and remember basic words 2) To remember and say 1 basic word I stage work with text-basic words HOME REMEDIES Different cultures have different ways of treating common ailments. Some of the “ old wives tales” or Superstations” in American culture are “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” , ‘eating spicy food while pregnant can cause the baby to come early”, “eating carrots gives you good eyesight” and “eating spinach will make you strong”
1)To read the text in 5 minute and remember basic words 2) To remember and say 1 basic word I stage work with text-basic words Fill in the chart ,compare the ways of treating in Kazakhstan and in the USA N Illnesses In the USA In your country 1 A cold Take aspirin, drinks lots of fluids, take vitamin C, rest and keep warm 2 The flu Take aspirin, liquids, vitamin C, rest and keep warm 3 Hiccups Hold your breath and count to ten, drink a glass of water ask someone to scare you 4 A headache Take aspirin and rest 5 Diarrhea Drink clear liquids only, eat no solid food except toast or crackers 6 Fever Take aspirin, take a cool bath 7 Mosquito bites Apply cool compresses, antibiotic ointment 8 Sore throat Take throat lozenges, vitamin C
II stage Basic words Match the doctor with the area in which he/she specializes Pediatrician [pi:diәеэtriSn] A doctor who cares for teeth Veterinarian [vetәriэnәriәn] A doctor who cares for pregnant woman Urologist [jurolodзist] A doctor who specializes in internal medicine Ophthalmologist [ofӨәеl’mәlәdjist] A doctor who treats the entire family and who does not specialize in only one area Internist [‘intәnist] A doctor who treats only children Obstetrician [obst ә’triSn] A doctor who treats animals only General practitioner GP A doctor who treats eye problems Dentist A doctor who treats urinary-tract problems
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Read the text In some countries, such as Canada, medical care is free. All immigrants and refuses share a health card with the number on it: they present the card when they enter a health facility. People may visit the doctor , go to the hospital for surgery or tests, without paying. Students and visitors on visas would have to pay for health care. In the United states , however, health care is very expensive. A visit to the doctor may cost from $25 to $250 a day. Because health care is so expensive, most people have health insurance. In this way they pay a flat fee for individual of family coverage. The insurance company then pays all or part of their medical bills.
Are the following statements true or false. 1.Medical care in Canada is not free? 2.Students and visitors on visas don’t have to pay for health care. 3.In the USA a visit to the doctor may cost $25 to $250 a week 4.Most people have health insurance, because health care is so cheep 5.The insurance company then pays all or part of their medical bills.
Break a leg – good luck Butterflies in one’s stomach – when you are nervous fit as a fiddle – to have very good health Be in shape – be fit A dose of your own medicine – сазайын тарту Health nut – be crazy about one’s health Goose bumps – құстың терісі Under the weather - to be ill Home related proverbs
Across: 1. A place where we get medical help 4. A sheet of paper with the help of which we take medicine at the chemist’s 6. The front of the neck 7. A feeling of being hurt Down: 1. A state of being well 2. You take it to treat an illness 3. … is what one usually eats and drinks 4. A person who needs medical help 5. A person who gives us medical help 7. The number of movements that you can feel in a minute
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