С Tell the story in reported speech orally or in writing. (for one student)



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С Tell the story in reported speech orally or in writing. (for one student)



Suggested topics and stages for actions:

1. At the Doctor's

a) A patient enters the room and tells the doctor what he (she) is suffering from.

b) The doctor asks the patient to strip to the waist and examines him (her).

c) The patient asks the doctor what's wrong with him. He seems to be worried.

d) The doctor tries to comfort the patient and writes out a prescription.

2. At the Dentist's

a) A patient complains of a bad toothache.

b) The dentist asks him to sit down and examines his mouth. One of his teeth should be pulled out.

c) The patient is afraid. He feels sick and giddy.

d) The dentist pulls out his tooth and shows it to the patient who brightens up and looks happy.

3. At the Bedside

a) A boy complains of a sore throat.

b) His mother is worried. She takes his temperature, it's normal. His throat is all right

c) Then the boy pretends to have a stomach-ache and a headache, to be sick and giddy.

d) His mother understands his tricks and orders him to go to school.

XV. Try your hand at teaching.

Find a picture on a medical subject and ask your "pupils" to describe it.

A. Preparation. a) Make up a list of new words (in spelling and transcription) that might be needed to discuss it.

b) Write questions about the picture, using the phrases: in the picture, in the foreground [background), in the right(left-) hand corner, to the right (left) of.

c) took up the words and phrases you may need to discuss the picture in class in "Classroom English", Section V.

В. Work in Class. Show the picture to the members of your group; write the new words on the blackboard, translate them (or explain their meaning) and make the students repeat them in chorus; ask your questions.[20]

XVI. a) Give the idea of the text in English:

Сколько стоит аппендицит?

Бумажка была счетом за удаление у «мистера Стрельникова» аппендицита. Одному из нас с подобного рода бумагой пришлось столкнуться впервые, и было очень интересно читать: «Анализ крови — 25 долларов. Плата хирургу за операцию — 200 долларов. Анестезия — 35 долларов. Плата за каждый день пребывания в госпитале — 200 долларов. Плата за телевизор — 3 доллара в день». И так далее. Всего расставание с аппендицитом мистеру Стрельникову стоило 1112 долларов! Сюда входит плата врачу за постановку диагноза, за удаление ниток из шва...

Если бы мистер Стрельников пожелал продлить пребывание в госпитале до существующей у нас нормы (семь дней), бумажка счета стала бы вполовину длиннее. Как гражданин страны, где медицинское обслуживание бесплатное, денег из своего жалованья мистер Стрельников не платил. Уплатило за него государство. А в больнице он был столько, сколько бывают американцы, — три дня. (Стрельников В., Песков Б. Земля за океаном. М., 1975)

Prompts: bill, anaesthesia, to take out the stitch, twice longer.

b) Say what you know about the cost of health service in America, in Russia and in other countries nowadays.

ХVII. a) Bead and translate the texts below:

1. In Great Britain primary health care is in the hands of family practitioners who work within the National Health Service. The family practitioner services are those givento patients by doctors, dentists, opticians and pharmacists of their own choice. Family doctors who are under contract to the National Health Service have an average about 2,250 patients. They provide the first diagnosis in the case of illness and either prescribe a suitable course of treatment or refer a patient to the more specialized services and hospital consultants.

A large proportion of the hospitals in the National Health Service were built in the nineteenth century; some trace their origin to much earlier charitable foundations, such as the famous St. Bartholomew's and St. Thomas' hospitals in London.

About 85 per cent of the cost of the health services is paid for through general taxation. The rest is met from the National Health Service contribution and from the charges for prescriptions, dental treatment, dentures and spectacles. Health authorities may raise funds from voluntary sources.

(See: "Britain 1983". Lnd., 1983)

2. Nobody pretends that the National Health Service in Britain is perfect. Many doctors complain that they waste hours filling in National Insurance forms, and that they have so many patients that they do not have enough time to look after any of them properly. Nurses complain that they are overworked and underpaid.

3. Many Health Service hospitals are old-fashioned and overcrowded, and, because of the shortage of beds, patients often have to wait a long time for operations. Rich people prefer to go to private doctors, or to see specialists in Harley Street, the famous "doctors" street in London. When these people are ill they go to a private nursing-home, for which they may pay as much as £ 100 a week. Alternatively, they may hire a private room in an ordinary hospital, for which they will pay about £ 10 a day.

(Musman R. Britain To-day. Lnd., 1974)

b) Write 10 questions about the facts mentioned in the texts that you find interesting and discuss them in class.

XVIII. Find some jokes on a medical subject and tell them to your fellow-students.

XIX. a) Give а very short description of each picture in the Present Tense. Use prompt words and phrases listed in the Note.

b) Make up a story about the pictures inthe Past Tense c) Find a short title to the story.

Note: сточная труба — sewer; носилки - stretcher; санитарная машина — ambulance; санитар - ambulance man; операционная operating-room; гипсовая повязка — plaster-bandage.

XX. Film "Mr.Brown's Holiday". Dilm segment 2 "Miss Peggy and the Pussy Cays" (Canterbury), a) Watch and listen, b) Do the exercises from the guide to the film.

STUDIES OF WRITTEN ENGLISH

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This time you will learn more about the smallest thought units that build up writing, beginning with a paragraph and how they work within the paragraph.

Key-wordsare main words in the passage that help to emphasize the main point and understand the subject you are writing about. That is why key-words are the first elements to choose when setting your mind on writing on a certain subject and there are different ways to use them in a paragraph: repeating them, using synonyms, bringing them in close semantic relation.

E. g. "He read the letter slowly and carefully. It was not the kind of case he wanted, it was not the kind of case he had promised himself. It was not in any sense an important case..." (From "The Nemean Lion" by A. Christie). Hercule Poirot, the famous detective of A. Christie's had been dreaming of an unusual case. That one about the kidnapping of a dog was a disappointment. It was not a proper case for him.

The central thought of the paragraph is emphasized by repeating the key-word, otherwise echo-word.

Assignments:

1. Go over the test "A Day's Wait" and pick out the key-words and phrases that indicate the topic: of illness and treatment. Arrange them into three groups according to the ways that are commonly used to point out the central thought. Which isthe largest group and why?

2. Prepare a list of key-words end phrases before writing a paragraph: a) describing how the poor boy looked before the doctor саше; b) telling a story of his recovery; c) arguing about the turning point in his illness; d) explaining the difference between miles and kilometers, between the Fahrenheit thermometer and the Centigrade thermometer.

LABORATORY EXERCISES (II)

1. a) listen to the text "A Victim to One Hundred and Seven Fatal Maladies", mark the stresses and tunes, b) Repeat the test following; the model.

2. Listen to the dialogue "A Visit to the Doctor". Repeat the text in the interval and record your version. Compare your version with the original and correct your mistakes.

3. Respond to the following suggestions. Begin your sentences with "Hadn't we (he) better.."?

4. Extend the statements. Begin your sentences with "It's time you (he, etc.)" + a verb in the Past Subjunctive.

Write a dictation. Check the spelling using a dictionary.



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