Before You Read! Look at the picture and answer the questions.

How does the man feel? How often doyou feel this way?

ESL Health Unit/Advanced Beginning, Unit One: The Doctor’s Office

J. . p. Unit One: The Doctor’s Office 3 . ESL Health Unit/Advanced Beginning. (2000) New Interchange: IntroCambridge: Cambridge University Press.73.Vocabulary 2 Richards.

J. You feel sad.Grammar Tip: have + noun. ESL Health Unit/Advanced Beginning. They have a backache. sick/fine (well) sad/happy bad/good (better) awful/great terrible/terrific Adapted from Richards. You have a stomachache. We have a cold. feel +adjective What’s the matter? What’s wrong? How do you feel? 5 Adjectives I have a headache You have sore throat. I feel sick. p. Shefeels bad. (2000) Interchange: IntroCambridge: Cambridge University Press. Unit One: The Doctor’s Office 6 . We feel awful. They don’t feel well. New . You feel terrible.73. Shehas the flu.

Study body parts.gif ESL Health Unit/Advanced Beginning. Work with your teacher and classmates to name some other parts of the body.hilltopmontessori. the Look at the picture of the body.Study e thbodyparts.org/SRI/links/lower-el/kids/the_human_body/parts_of_the_body/human_body. Unit One: The Doctor’s Office 10 . http://www.Look at the picture of the body.

ersity Press. p. N. Choose 5 and about them. Example: Picture #6: 14 The girl has a sore throat. and how much pain each person feels. J.Look at the pictures below. Unit One: The Doctor’s Office 17 . Choose 5 and talk about them. ESL Health Unit/Advanced Beginning. 78. Oxford Picture DictionaryNew York: Oxford Univ The . Shapiro. Describe the symptoms talk Look at the pictures below. She’s in severe pain. Describe the symptoms and how much pain each person feels. and Adelson-Goldstein. (1998).

Mass.Handout 16a. Worker Education Roundtable. d . Body Map (front) Workplace Health anSafety ESOL CurriculumJenny Lee Utech. ©2005. .

©2005. d . Body Map (back) Workplace Health anSafety ESOL CurriculumJenny Lee Utech. . Worker Education Roundtable.Handout 16b. Mass.

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