Theme 3: Human body

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Dátum: 15.04.2020
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Theme 3: HUMAN BODY

(Ľudské telo . Fyzické charakteristiky. Charakterové vlastnosti človeka. Choroby a nehody. Hygiena a starostlivosť o telo.)

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Body: arm, beard, ear, eye, foot/feet, head, hand, leg, mouth, moustache, nose, tooth/teeth

Body&Health - people: boy – girl, child/children, doctor, man/men – woman/women, person/people

Body&Health – places: at the doctor’sbathroom, hospital, toilet

Body&Health – illnesses and diseases: ill

Body&Health - related words: toothbrush

Body&Health – physical appearance:

  • bald, nice
  • big – small, dark – fair, fat – slim, long – short, tall – short, thin – thick

Body&Health – personal qualities: friendly, good – bad, nice

Verbs: brush, go to the doctor’s, have a bath, have a shower, lie in a bed, wash, wear, wear glasses

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. How many parts of your body can you name?
  2. What can we do with our hands? Ears? Eyes? Mouth? Legs?
  3. What colour can the eyes be?
  4. What hair have people got?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What are you like?
  2. What is your good friend like?
  3. What is your mum/dad like?
  4. What do you do for your body?
  5. What do you do when you are ill?

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Body: arm, beard, ear, eye, foot/feet, head, hand, knee, leg, mouth, moustache, nose, shoulder, toe, tooth/teeth

Body&Health - people: boy – girl, child/children, doctor, man/men – woman/women, person/people

Body&Health – places: at the doctor’sbathroom, hospital, toilet

Body&Health – illnesses and diseases: hungry, ill

Body&Health - related words: problem, toothbrush

Body&Health – physical appearance:

  • bald, curly, different, gorgeus, interesting, nice, pretty
  • beautiful - horrible, big – small, dark – fair, fat – slim, long – short, tall – short, thin – thick, young - old

Body&Health – personal qualities: angry, careful, dangerous, friendly, horrible, mean, nice, poor, rich

  • good – bad, happy – sad, quick – slow

Verbs: brush, go to the doctor’s, have a bath, have a shower, lie in a bed, look after, wash, wear, wear glasses

Useful phrases:

What is s/he like?

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘body’?
  2. How many parts of your body can you name?
  3. How often do you have a shower? Have a bath?
  4. When was the last time you went to thedoctor’s?
  5. How often do you brush your teeth?
  6. When was the last time you went to the dentist’s?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What are the characteristics of your personality?
  2. What is your favourite singer/actor like?
  3. Who is the best friend?
  4. Why do you like your friend?
  5. When are you happy?
  6. When are you angry?
  7. What do you do for your body?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You were on holiday. You met a new friend from Africa. Don’t tell your partner that your new friend is from Africa.

B: Ask your partner A about his/her new friend. Where is he from? Guess.

A: Your partner B has some problems with his eyes. You think that wearing the glasses is a great idea.

B: You need the glasses. You don’t like wearing glasses.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

7. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Body: arm, back, beard, ear, eye, face, finger, foot/feet, head, hand, knee, leg, mouth, moustache, neck, nose, shoulder, toe, tooth/teeth, voice

Body&Health - people:

  • boy – girl, child/children, man/men – woman/women, person/people
  • dentist, doctor, nurse, optician, paramedic

Body&Health – places: the Accident and Emergency department, ambulance, at the doctor’s/the dentist’s/the optician’sbathroom, emergency, hospital, toilet Body&Health – illnesses and diseases: flu, healthy, hungry, ill, shocked, sore eyes, sore throat, thirsty, tired, headache, toothache

Body&Health - related words:

  • accident, first aid, health, helicopter, life, medicine, pills, problem, temperature, toothbrush
  • emergency services – ambulance service, coastguard, fire service, police

Body&Health – physical appearance:

  • bald, curly, dead, different, fantastic, gorgeous, interesting, nice, pretty, strange, typical
  • beautiful - horrible, big – small, dark – fair, fat – slim, long – short, tall – short, thin – thick, young - old

Body&Health – personal qualities:

  • angry, bored, careful, dangerous, fantastic, friendly, horrible, jealous, mean, lazy, nice, poor, rich, romantic, silly
  • dirty – clean, good – bad, quick – slow

Verbs: break, brush, cut, die, expect a baby, feel, go to the doctor’s, grow up, have a bath, have a shower, have flu, hurt, lie in a bed, look after, rescue, take drugs, wash, wear, wear glasses

  • be born, be aware of

Useful phrases:

I’m cold. (Je mi zima.)

I have got a cold. (Som nachladený.)

I have got ...ache / flu / sore eyes, sore throat to feel sick/well

He looks beautiful/fantastic/strange… What is s/he like?

What’s wrong?

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘hospital’?
  2. Who works in the hospital?
  3. What is the phone number for the emergency service in your country?
  4. Are you healthy?
  5. Who is the healthiest person in your family?
  6. Who is the least healthy person inm your family?
  7. When was the last time you went to the dentist’s?
  8. When was the last time you went to the doctor’s?
  9. When was the last time you went to the hospital?
  10. When was the last time you were sick?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What are the characteristics of your personality?
  2. Why do you like your best friend?
  3. What will your partner be like in your future?
  4. Do you like watching TV programmes about hospitals? Why are they interesting for you? Why not?
  5. What do you usually do when you have got flu?
  6. How often do you catch a cold?
  7. When do people catch a cold?
  8. When do you go to the doctor's?
  9. What do you have to do when you have headache?
  10. What are your experiences of hospitals?
  11. Would you like to work in a hospital? Why, or why not?
  12. Do you go to the dentist's twice a year? Why, or why not?
  13. Do you know anyone with false teeth? Why does the person have the false teeth?
  1. What do people have to do when they feel sick?
  2. Have you ever been in the hospital? Why?
  3. Have you ever broken a bone? When did you break it? What happened?
  4. What are the things people can do to keep healthy?
  5. What do you do to stay healthy?
  6. What is the most horrible accident you have ever had?
  7. How many days of school did you miss last year? Why?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You’re going to spend holidays in International Summer Camp. You have to say about your health.

B: You’re an instructor in International Summer Camp. You have to learn some information about new member’s health.

A: You’ve got a new neighbour. He/she is going to be your new classmate.

B: Your partner A has known your new classmate. You haven’t known him/her yet. Ask your partner A what your new classmate looks like.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

8., 9. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Body:

  • bone, freckles, muscles, scarf, skeleton
  • ankle, arm, back, beard, brain, cheek, chin, ear, elbow, eye, face, finger, foot/feet, hand, head, heart, knee, leg, lips, lungs, mouth, moustache, neck, nose, shoulder, stomach, throat, thumb, toe, tooth/teeth, voice, wrist

Body&Health - people:

  • boy – girl, child/children, man/men – woman/women, person/people
  • dentist, doctor, nurse, optician, paramedic, patient
  • optimist, pessimist, realist

Body&Health – places: the Accident and Emergency department, ambulance, at the doctor’s/the dentist’s/the optician’sbathroom, emergency, hospital, toilet Body&Health – illnesses and diseases:

bruise, cancer, flu, frostbite, healthy, hungry, ill, injured, itchy, pain, shocked, sore eyes, sore throat, scratch, swollen, thirsty, tired

  • ache - backache, headache, stomachache, toothache

Body&Health - related words:

  • accident, advice, bandage, braces, capsules, cure, drops, first aid, first aid – kit, fracture, health, helicopter, injured, injection, life, medical care, medicine, minerals, pharmacy, pills, plaster, prescription, problem, sling, tablets, temperature, toothbrush, vitamins, wound, X-ray
  • emergency services – ambulance service, coastguard, fire service, police

Body&Health – physical appearance:

  • bald, dead, different, fantastic, good-looking, gorgeous, interesting, nice, ponytail, pretty, strange, typical
  • beautiful - horrible, big – small, curly - straight, dark – fair, fat – slim, long – short, tall – short, thin – thick, young - old

Body&Health – personal qualities:

  • angry, bored, bright, careful, dangerous, depressed, fantastic, friendly, horrible, intelligent, jealous, mean, lazy, nice, patient, poor, rich, romantic, silly
  • dirty – clean, good – bad, quick – slow

Verbs: advise, bleed, break, brush, burn, cure, cut, die, expect a baby, feel, go to the doctor’s, grow up, have a bath, have a shower, have flu, hurt, lie in a bed, look after, operate, protect, rescue, take care of, take drugs, wash, wear, wear glasses, wound

  • be born, be aware of

Useful phrases:

I’m cold. (Je mi zima.)

I have got a cold. (Som nachladený.) I am – fit, tired, cold...

I have got /a / an / - ache, pain, temperature, cough, sore throat, cold, back ache

to feel sick/well

He looks beautiful/fantastic/strange… What is s/he like?

What’s the matter with you? What’s wrong?

to wear braces

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘dentist’?
  2. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘doctor’?
  3. What can a doctor do?
  4. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘the first aid’?
  5. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘health’?
  6. What kinds of illnesses and diseases do you know?
  7. What kinds of illnesses and diseases have you ever had?
  8. What adjectives would you use to describe the best friend?
  9. How would you describe your personality?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What makes a friend the best friend?
  2. What makes you a good friend?
  3. What kind of person makes an excellent doctor?
  4. Why do you think some people become dentists and some doctors?
  5. Would you like to be a doctor? A dentist? A nurse?
  6. Do you think you would be a good doctor? Why, or why not?
  7. What do you do to look after your teeth?
  8. How often do you go to see a dentist?
  9. Do you like visiting the dentist?
  10. Are you afraid of dentist?
  11. Have you ever worn braces?
  12. Do you have any scars? Where are they? How did you get them?
  13. Have you ever burned yourself with hot water? What did you do?
  14. Have you ever had an operation?
  1. What should people do not to catch a cold or flu?
  2. What should you do to stay healthy?
  3. What do you do, if you can't get to sleep?
  4. What is the most horrible accident you have ever had?
  5. What's the highest temperature you've ever had?
  6. When was the last time you went to the hospital? Why?
  7. When was the last time you felt too sick? Why?
  8. Have you ever been in the hospital? Why?
  9. Have you ever broken a bone? When did you break it? What happened?
  10. What is the emergency service in your country like?
  11. Have you ever given the first aid? Can you do it?
  12. What will you do, if you see an accident?
  13. Could you rescue a human life? Why, or why not?
  14. What are the things people can do to keep healthy?
  15. When do you worry about your health?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You’ve been a witness of some traffic accident. You have to dial the emergency services and tell them some basic information about the accident.

B: You’re an operator in the staff of the emergency services. Get some basic information about the problem.

A: Your partner B is injured. You don’t know what happened. You have to get some information and help him/her.

B: You are injured. Ask your partner A for help.

A: You extremely feel sick. You’ve got headache, earache,… You feel every bone in your body.

B: Your partner A isn’t all right. Advise him/her what he/she should do, or shouldn’t.

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