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Intermediate 3

Health
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G F Dowling

on 3 July 2013

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Transcript of Intermediate 3

have

noun
can't stop
verb -ing
couldn't stop
verb -ing
feel
adjective
noun
hurt
quoted speech
is exactly what someone said
use
say,
and
quotation marks

"
....
"

reported speech

does not
use exact words
DON'T
use quotation marks

report commands with
tell + object pronoun +
infinitive

Use
ask
for requests
ask +object pronoun +
infinitive
for

For the negative, use

not

before the infinitive
How do you feel?
What do you take for ____?
an upset stomach
a sore throat
an infection
Vocabulary
Reading
What are health risks of modern life?
___
said, "
___".

___
told __ to ___
.
___
asked__ to___
.

___ told __
not
to ___.
___ asked__
not
to ____.
Write about a person you know (or yourself) who suffers from one of the syndromes you read about, or from another problem of modern life.
Unit 7
?
Do you know___?
Present continuous
Use the present continuous for an action that has started in the past, has continued up to the present, has not finished yet and will probably continue into the future.

It can also be used for an action that has been recently completed and the affects can be seen
Subject
+
have/has
+
been
+
verb-ing
+ complement .
Have/has
+
subject
+
been
+
verb-ing
+ complement?
Wh- +
have/has
+
subject
+
been
+
verb-ing
+ compliment?
What have you been doing?
I have been reading an interesting book.
Have you been reading long?
Yes, I've been reading since lunch time.
What do you think of when you hear the word "athlete"?
Language link
What have you been doing?

Have you finished school yet?
Write about an experience you had playing for, watching, training with, or cheering for a club or team.

Who,what where, when, why, how?
Who are some famous athletes you know?
Started it the past and may continue into the future
Completed in the past
Recently completed and effect are still seen.
or repeated in the past
unit 8
unit 9
What are some problems in your community?
L.A. traffic
Stress
Stress words to add
emphasis.
I had a
REALLY
long day at work.
I think you dog is
UGLY!
Your
HOW
old?
What are problems with graffiti?
Complaining
Javier Prado?
Do you have enough chocolate?
I have too much chocolate!
What attracts crime?
global problems
SEVEN BILLION PEOPLE?
If I clean my room, my mom will stop yelling at me.
Future factual conditionals express a situation that can happen
if
the condition set is met.
There is an
if-clause
and a
result-clause
.
The if-clause contains the simple present; the result clause contains will.

if
+ subject + simple present verb + complement,
subject +
will + base form verb
+ complement.

Note: The
result clause
can come before or after
the
if-clause
. Notice the use of commas.

The
if-clause
talks about a condition that doesn't exist but could exist in the future.
The
result clause
shows what the outcome
will be

if
the condition exists.

Use future factual conditional sentences also to present something that hasn't happened yet.
Use
too
for amounts that are more than necessary.
Use
enough
for amounts that are sufficient
Use
too
many

before
plural
nouns.
Use
too
much
before
noncount
nouns.

too
+ adjective

adjective +
enough
Do you have a healthy or unhealthy lifestyle?
What do you do to stay healthy?
What do you do when you are sick?
Whatsername?
Askimaquestion.
Todovastarbien.
Do you notice...?
How do you feel today?
http://youtu.be/U5TqIdff_DQ
http://youtu.be/V1sIm2z8xFM
http://youtu.be/rlIpYEUeC0I
http://youtu.be/XIbepKZC7Po
http://youtu.be/y5nUQHRZsMc
http://youtu.be/GCQJ4lUUyos
http://youtu.be/_DWgm48jIFE
Syndrome: a medical condition that is characterized by a particular
group
of signs and symptoms
Sypmtom: something that is wrong with your mind or body that is a sign of illness
quote
report
report negative
Think of a story about something one of your family members said. Who said what?
Why is this story remembered and retold?
object
subject
What are some modern day illnesses that didn't exist 50 years ago?
An apple a day keeps the doctor away
What are some other sayings about health that you know?
Unit consolidation
Test taking tips
Listen carefully for key words
Try to eliminate wrong answers
Take notes on the question if possible.
Look at the problems
What are some symptoms for each?
Airsick
Nausea
diziness
Carsick
Homesick
What are symptoms of some of these sicknesses?
CHAOS
Info Fatigue Syndrome
Hurry Sickness
Underload Syndrome
Phone neck
p. 105
Do you like sports?
Which sports do you like?
Do you like to watch sports or play sports?
What is something that you used to do but don't anymore?
What is something that you stopped doing but have started doing again
STRESS!
Stressed syllables are said...
LOUDER
or
softer
?
Have you ever played or watched an unusual sport?
What was it?
Where was it?
How is it played?
Have you ever seen a sporting event in another country? Was it different than in Peru?
I've been driving cars
since
2003.

I've been driving cars
for
ten years.
What have you been doing?
Have you ever told a white lie?
http://youtu.be/hJ3lxzuI_sc
Councilor
Senator
Representative
President
Governor
Mayor
unenthusiastic
neutral
Enthusiastic
We are all going to the park.
Don't
use
too
with the
negative
http://youtu.be/penXkW99v7A
enough
+ noun
Where do you get health information?
Where did you learn about healthy and unhealthy things?
Which is the best place to get such information?
What difficulties do students have when studying in a new place for the first time?
Describe the person and his or her situation
Identify the syndrome
Suggest a solution
Process writing
Include your partner's solution using reported speech in the final draft.
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