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Touchstone 2 Unit 3 "Health"
Transcript of Touchstone 2 Unit 3 "Health"
In this unit we are going to talk about healthy lifestyles. Begin by discussing with your partner the following questions:
Many young people don't worry about thier health because they feel that only older people have health problems. For this reason they may not take care of their bodies the way that they should.
What are some things that you would like to do in the future to become more healthy?
What are some things that you do that are healthy?
What are some things that you do that are not healthy?
Are you healthy?
Watch the short video "Danielle" and discuss with your partner.
However, life is much shorter than we think and the health decisions we make when we are young will likely affect us much quicker than we think.
Asking questions in the present continuous.
[Questions about things happening now.]
Yes or No Questions:
"Where is he going? Is he going to the hospital?"
"Yes, he is."
"Why is he going to the hospital?"
"I don't know...maybe he is sick."
"What is he doing to that woman?"
"He is stealing her ticket."
Information Question Words: Who, What, Where, When, Why, How, How much, How many, How often....
And remember: "+info and +questions"!
LESSON A: "Healthy Living"
LESSON B: "Aches and Pains"
SIMPLE PRESENT VERSUS THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS
We use the simple present to talk about things we do "all the time" or as part of our regular schedule.
We use the present continuous to talk about things that we are doing "right now" or temporarily (for a short time).
six days a week.
PRACTICE: Talk with your partner about your exercise habits. Do you exercise? If so, when and how?
me in shape.
to lose weight?
Yes, she is. She
No, she's not. She
to lose weight.
PRACTICE: Talk about your lifestyle these days. Is there something you are doing right now to improve your health?
ANSWERS (Grammar Activity A, p.23)
TALKING ABOUT INJURY OR ILLNESS
"I HAVE A HEADACHE!"
The verb "have" is used to describe many health problems.
"I GET A LOT OF COLDS."
The verb "get" is used to describe health problems that happen often.
"I AM GETTING A HEADACHE!"
The verb "get" (present continuous) is used to describe the beginning of health problems.
a runny nose.
diarrhea and vomiting.
in the winter.
after my vacation.
PRACTICE: Are you sick? Are there certain times when you get sick? Are you getting sick now? Use the grammars to describe your condition now.
Joining clauses with 'if' and 'when'
I take an aspirin
I drink hot tea
I drink yujacha
I get a headache.
I can't sleep.
I have a cold.
I have a headache
I take an aspirin.
Some words we often use with the SIMPLE PRESENT are:
often, usually, generally, sometimes, never,
Monday/the weekend/etc., and
I study English
in the summer.
during my vacation
I have a class
with Joe teacher.
LESSON C: "Really? How come?
ENCOURAGING PEOPLE TO TALK:
When we are having a conversation and we want the other person to talk more than us there are some words that we can use to show that we are interested and we want to hear more. Some of these are:
Oh my God!
Are you serious?
Complete the Unit 3 activities on pages 29-30.
Complete the review activities for Units 1-3 on pages 31-32.
We will check your answers next week.
Practice having a conversation with your partner and try using these expressions to keep them talking.
Lesson A Review #1: Simple Present
Take out a piece of paper and write down your schedule from the time you wake up to the time you go out of the house.
What time do you wake up?
What time do you take a shower?
What time do you get dressed?
What time do you eat breakfast?
What time do you go out of the house in the morning?
Are there any other things you do in the morning? (exercise, meditate, practice yoga, read, pray, etc.)
Discuss your morning schedule with your partner.
Lesson A Review #2: Present Continuous
Talk with your partner about your life these days:
What classes are you taking this semester?
Are you learning anything new this semester?
What are you doing for fun these days?
What are you doing to improve your health?
What are you doing to prepare for your future?
DESERT ISLAND SUITCASE
If you were trapped alone on a deserted island what would you like to have with you in your suitcase. You can not have people in your suitcase, I'm sorry. List five things.