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Výukový materiál zpracován v rámci projektu EU peníze školám Registrační číslo projektu: CZ.1.07/1.5.00/34.0996 Šablona:III/2č. materiálu: VY_32_INOVACE_AJ656.

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1 Výukový materiál zpracován v rámci projektu EU peníze školám Registrační číslo projektu: CZ.1.07/1.5.00/ Šablona:III/2č. materiálu: VY_32_INOVACE_AJ656 Jméno autora:Mgr. Petr Kubík Třída/ročník:3. r. Datum vytvoření:

2 Vzdělávací oblast: Jazyková výchova Tematická oblast: health and a healthy lifestyle Předmět: Anglický jazyk Výstižný popis způsobu využití, případně metodické pokyny: Prezentaci lze využít při výkladu či procvičování maturitní otázky health & hygiene/healthy lifestyle. Student popíše a rozpozná části těla včetně vnitřních orgánů a s ustálenými spojeními, v nichž se objevují. Seznámí se a popíše postup při návštěvě lékaře, názvy běžných infekčních i vážných nemocí, osoby i místa, které se podílí na zdravotní péči, jakož i slovní zásobou na téma zdraví a nemoc. V závěrečné části procvičí oba minulé časy prostý a průběhový. Klíčová slova: Health, a healthy lifestyle, organs, body, surgery, hospital, doctor, healer, treat, cure, heal, disease, wessels, skeleton, past simple, past continuous Druh učebního materiálu: Pracovní list + textový dokument

3 Parts of the body + organs Mgr. Petr Kubík

4 Men‘s and woman‘s body

5 Parts of the body + organs

6 Human‘s parts of body + organs

7 Organs of the body

8 Body, Health and disease 1: Indefinite article: use indefinite article after these: a cold, a headache, a sore throat, a temperature, a nosebleed, a runny nose, a cough, a rash, a pain, a bruise, a wound… 2: HW: Rewrite the pronuciation: Illness/disease × disorder f.e. flu/cancer × anorexia; inherited – diabetes...infectious/catching [smo: lpoks], [mamps], [mi:zlsz], [ska:let fi:v∂], [dζ:maen mi:zlsz], [hu:piŋ kof], [difti:ri∂], [po:li∂], [broŋkaitis], [tonsilaitis], [flu:], [dζo:ndis]/hep∂titis…]) 3. People: a doctor/physician × a healer/ homeopath, a GP × consultant/specialist (a surgeon, a psychologist, a dentist, paediatrician,...), a nurse, a patient 4. Places: surgery, dentist‘s, health centre, health spa, rehabilitation centre, sanatorium, hospital – wards ( emergency & accidents, casualty, surgery, infectious, maternity home...) 5. Body organs, vessels + skeleton: brain, trachea (the tube for breathing), larynx (helps you speak), heart, lungs, diaphragm (a muscle for breathing), liver, spleen (helps the quality of your blood), kidney, large/small intestine, bladder, stomach, pancreas (helps your body digest food), artery, vein, skeleton, skull, bone, ribs, spine, joint, skin, muscle

9 6. Treatment: make an appointment with a doctor, see a doctor, examine a patient, (at the surgery), have an X ray, take a temperature/blood pressure/ tests, put a plaster/bandage/splint/compress, give a prescription (for some medicine, pills, drops, ointment…), collect it at the pharmacy/chemist’s) suffer from, be/feel ill × be/feel sick, be allergic to, die from/off, treat × cure × heal the patient/disease/injury, be operated on/ undergo an operation, recover from = get well, survive, die Use the words from the box: The new medicine will _____________ his rash. When will the wound _______? Do you know any medicine which would _____ my headaches? You can play, the twisted ankle seems to be ________. She got an immediate ______ after the crash. The doctor _______ the athlete for a pulled muscle. Solution: cure, heal, cure, healed, treatment, treats Body, Health and disease treat (for) to deal with, to try to cure, to give medical aid or apply medical techniques to symptoms of a disease to cure it. treatmentléčit (na) /léčba/ošetření cure (of) to solve health problems, to restore a sick person to health cure (for/of) vyléčit(z)/ lék(na)/léčení/ uzdravení heal to become healthy again, to make a person healthyvyléčit, zahojit, uzdravit

10 Body, Health and disease 7. Nouns: have got a pain in..., = I‘ve got a pain in my stomach. have got a head/tooth/stomach/backache = I‘ve got a stomachache. 8. Verbs:... (it) hurt(s)= My stomach hurts., sneeze, scratch, cut×cut off, bleed, twist/sprain/dislocate, break, bruise, hit, bang, stub, get stung, pull/tear, burn/get (sun)burnt, scald, pass out/faint, dress, hurt/injure yourself = get hurt/injured. 9. Adjectives: painful, sore, wounded, scratched, twisted/sprained, bruised, stubbed, burnt, injured, swollen, stiff...

11 He’s all fingers and thumbs. We’ll play it by ear. She didn’t lift a finger, but he gave me a hand. I’ll keep an eye on her. I want to put my feet up. He’s still wet behind the ears. Keep your nose out of that! Learn it by heart. What do you have in mind? She’s got butterflies in her stomach before the exam She’s mouthy and have a sweet tooth. He keeps his nose clean. She’s a laid-back person. I’m all ears. You should sometimes put your foot down. Match the qualities to the right idioms (inexperienced, easy-going, get angry, help, clumsy, mean, memorize, curious, not care, watch, relax, not plan, nervous, like sth, be careful) Guess the meaning: Help: být velmi zamilovaný, dát tomu ránu, utahovat si z někoho, hádat se pro maličkosti, přemluvit někoho, říci, co tě dlouho trápí. to get sth.off your chest to split hairs to twist sb’s arm to put sb’s leg to put your foot in it, to be head over heels in love.

12 Past continuous: Scene 1: I was going from school. = a) setting the scene A car coming which was coming from the side road didn‘t give the way to the other car which was driving along the main street. b) The long-term action was interrupted by another short-term action. c) I was skiing in the mountains and the same as the other people I was having a good time. = more actions happened at the same time. When I was skiing downhill, another skier crossed my way and we crashed. I fell onto the ground and lost consciousness. d) At ten o‘ clock They were operating on her. an action in progress at a specific time. Past simple: Suddenly I saw a car crash. = a)short complete action. Someone called the ambulance and the police. They came after a few minutes. b) = the actions followed one the other. Scene 2: What were you doing you have your arm in a plaster cast? How did it happen? What did you do? Pokud se ptáme na detaily: c) When?/ Where? How? Why? did it happen? we use past simple

13 Použité zdroje a literatura: obrázky staženy z %20A%C3%ADda/Parts%20of%20the%20body.htm https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS5ZIus3j81heGvK3IaKcQJDeQJQ_0g_TS3ubryAuKDiWSs7Fcx https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRJVCX1qiy04WFV12gwSWu4K70dN0cAAgEyZn5IsoOo5BZ3FVczcQ https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTCwQYYdAlbkRrBsbOzlngmqLVRQrZd_D8c_DyzwEYym5N3E3IoMQ


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