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Upstream Elementary A2: U6 What's the matter?
Transcript of Upstream Elementary A2: U6 What's the matter?
"Harry Potter" video segment
Watch the clip and answer the following questions
What happened to Harry?
How did the teacher helped him?
What did the nurse give him?
Discuss in pairs
Has something similar ever happened to you?
Tell you partner about it
2. Reading a comic strip
1. Discussing health problems and solutions
3. Talking about general truths or scientific facts.
4. Talking about real or very probable situations in the present or future.
5. Acting out a dialogue (Role-playing)
6. Creating a cartoon strip
a sore throat
a runny nose
see a dentist
call/see a doctor
take some medicine
have some tea
put a plaster / adhesive bandage on (your finger)
put a cast on (your arm)
put an elastic bandage on (your back)
on (your hand)
Break (an arm)
Ailment or injury?
Burn (a hand)
Fall down the stairs
Hit (your head)
get a bump
Hurt (my back)
Cut (my finger)
(A splitting headache)
stay in bed
If the temperature of water reaches 100 degrees, it boils.
If you have chickenpox,
you can't go to school.
you should stay in bed.
you will miss classes.
you mustn't scratch.
Verb in the base form
Verb in the base form
Verb in the base form
Conditional Type 1 (real conditional)
CONDITIONAL TYPE 0 (Real conditional)
It is used to express a general truth or a scientific fact, We can use WHEN instead of IF.
It is used to express a real or very probable situation in the present or future.
If you lie down
you will feel better.
You will feel better if you lie down.
When the IF-CLAUSE comes before the MAIN CLAUSE, we separate two parts with a comma.
When the MAIN CLAUSE comes first, we do not use a comma to separate them.
bats' viruses-Video session
What do you know about Ebola?
How is it transmitted?
What are the symptoms?
Where does it come from?
How did it get transmitted to humans?
"Friends" video segment
What's wrong with Rachel?
What solution did she choose?
What went wrong with it?
Have you ever been to the eye doctor?
Do you have any phobias?
TELL YOUR PARTNER
Have you ever been in a similar situation?
What diseases are transmitted by bats?
Why did humans get infected by viruses spread by bats?
Why do bats carry so many viruses?
Are these viruses mortal for bats?
Why are bats important for nature?
Who carries more viruses than bats?
What could we do to avoid getting infected by bats' viruses?
Watch the video and answer the following questions
Do you know about other diseases transmitted by animals?
Create an appropriate conversation for the picture. Use as much vocabulary as you can.
Look at the picture and describe it in pairs
Where are they?
What's their relationship?
How does the woman feel?
What is chemist holding?
Create a short dialogue for the picture
Objective: Asking for and suggesting medicine.
What kind of medicine or remedy would you suggest/ask for if you had the following problems?
Vitamin C tablets
Page 57 Ex. 5
Create a dialogue, practice it and then act it out!
After sun cream
put on a jacket or you'll catch a cold.
take two pills every twelve hours.
drink any alcohol if you are taking antibiotics.
to stay in bed if you have a temperature.
see a doctor just for a paper cut.
t go to the concert if you have a headache.
go to the doctor if the pain gets worse.
NECESSITY/LACK OF NECESSITY
DUTY/STRONG OBLIGATION OR ADVICE/PROHIBITION
Read the sentences. Discuss with your partners: What do these modals express?
Objective: Discussing dental health tips
In groups, make a list of 10 tips for oral hygiene.
Now, watch the following video and check if you have the same tips.
"Wall-E" video segment
Watch the video clip and answer the following questions:
What's wrong with the people?
What problems do they have?
What are the reasons for their problems?
Is this scene very far from reality?
How could we avoid these problems?
Focusing on the layout
What type of text is this?
Reading for main ideas (Skimming)
Read the three letters (on the left) and identify the problems each person has.
What advice would you give to these people?
Reading for specific information (Scanning)
Match each piece of advice (A, B, C) to the correct letter.
Looking for synonyms
manages start work stopped eating gain
"PATCH ADAMS" video session
According to him, what do men worship?
What did he learn from his mother?
Why didn't he want to live?
What does he think of hospitals? Why?
Why did he decide to start clowning?
Why didn't he like the movie "Patch Adams"?
What should medicine be like according to him?
What do you know about him?
How do you know about him?
What is his job? Is he a clown or a doctor?
How would you describe his personality?
Watch the following interview and answer the following questions:
What is "paradise" for him?
After watching the interview, discuss with your groups and make notes.
Who is Patch Adams in reality?
Do you agree with his way of thinking?
Objective: Reading an article about exam stress
How do you get ready for exams?
Do you get nervous before taking an exam?
Is it stressful?
Do you prefer studying on your own or with friends?