What is the problem? – 05

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[ Vocabulary ]

headache – toothache – earache – fever – sore throat – stomachache – broken leg – nosebleed – cold.

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize the different health problems around us.

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[ Objective ]

– Students read descriptions related to some health problems then number the vocabulary accordingly.
– Students answer a yes/no excersize according to the previous description.

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[ Copyright Note ]

– The clipart used are from [ http://www.clipproject.info ]. Many thanks to the oweners who generously gave me the right to use some of their cliparts in my worksheets. If you like their cliparts and would like to use them, please visit their websites – find thier link on the left – and don’t use them from my worksheets (those have been exclusively permitted).

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What is the problem? – 04

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[ Vocabulary ]

cut – headache – toothache – earache – fever – sprained ankle – sore throat – stomachache – broken leg – nosebleed – cold – backache – heart attack – cough.

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize the different health problems around us.

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[ Objective ]

– Students match pictures with their respective descriptions.

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[ General Description ]

– Health problems dominoes: It is a cut and paste/glue activity were students have to cut the domino stone and glue them in the correct order to finish thier boards. There are two boards with similar vocabulary and descriptions but in a different order. Divide your students into pairs of student-A and student-B. Explain how domino is usually played. Then give out the dominoes each with his respective letter for them cut the stones. Finally hand in the boards and ask them to put the stones in order before using any glue. They can glue, once you give your approval.

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What is the problem? – 03

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[ Vocabulary ]

cut – headache – toothache – earache – fever – sprained ankle – sore throat – stomachache – broken leg – nosebleed – cold.

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize the different health problems around us through the visual aid.

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[ Objective ]

– Students find the vocabulary in the wordsearch grid, write them down in the list, and then label the pictures according to the list.

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What is the problem? – 02

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[ Vocabulary ]

cut – headache – toothache – earache – fever – sprained ankle – sore throat – stomachache – broken leg – nosebleed – cold.

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize the different health problems around us through the visual aid.

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[ Objective ]

– Students find the vocabulary in the wordsearch grid and then write it in the respective box.

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What is the problem? – 01

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[ Vocabulary ]

cut – headache – toothache – earache – fever – sprained ankle – sore throat – stomachache – broken leg – nosebleed – cold.

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize the different health problems around us through the visual aid.

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[ Objective ]

– Students complete the sentence with the correct name of the health problem according to the picture.

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Good Habits and Bad Habits: Vocabulary

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~:| Focus Skill |:~

Reading + Writing

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– Identifying the good and bad habits

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Two-pages worksheet

~:| Teacher’s Instruction |:~

01- You may need to show your students how to work out the codes

02- For task three, students need to categorize the previous sentences in page one into good and bad habits. You may encourage them to write extra good or bad habits when they finish.

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