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Body Parts!

Beginner
Activity 1: Discuss the questions. What part of the body is most important?

Activity 2: Where do these parts of the body go? Label the body
Elbow

Thumb

Arm

Foot/feet

Ankle

Knee

Leg

Belly/stomach

Palm

Chest

Armpit

Belly button

Wrist

Shoulder

Hand

Head

Face

Finger/s

Toes

Bottom/bum

Back

Body Parts & Accidents!


Activity 1: Discuss these questions.
What part of the body is most important?
What part of the body do you look at first when you meet a person?
a) their eyes b) their smile (mouth) c) their hair d) something else
Activity 2: In groups write down as many body parts as you can think of. You can
label Homer.

Activity 3: Where do these parts of the body go?


Elbow

Thumb

Nostril

Arm

Chin

Ankle

Eyelid

Freckle

Eyebrow

Mole

Earlobe

Knee

Waist

Leg

Belly/stomach

Palm

Torso

Armpit

Belly button

Beard

Moustache

Wrist

Mouth

Shoulder

New vocabulary:
Plaster

Broken

Sprained

Crutches

Hurt

Speaking: going to the doctor. Instructions: Use the dialogue below as an example of
a conversation between a doctor and a patient. Have a conversation of your own in
pairs.
Doctor: How can I help you?
Patient: My knee hurts, because I fell over.
Doctor: can I look at it, please?
Patient: Ow, ow! Thats painful. Please be careful.
Doctor: Oh dear, I think it is broken.
Patient: Oh no! What is going to happen?
Doctor: You must rest and not go to work. I will send you to the hospital to get a
plaster.
Patient: Thank you for your help.

Body Parts!
Pre-Intermediate
Activity 1: Discuss these questions.
What part of the body is most important?

What part of the body do you look at first when you meet a person?
a) their eyes b) their smile (mouth) c) their hair d) something else
Activity 2: In groups write down as many body parts as you can think of.

Activity 3: Where do these parts of the body go?


Elbow

Thumb

Shin

Arm

Chin

Ankle

Calf

Neck

Knee cap

Knee

Waist

Leg

Belly/stomach

Palm

Torso

Armpit

Belly button

Shoulder blade

Wrist

Shoulder

Body Parts!
Activity 1: Discuss these questions.
1. What part of the body is most important?
2. What part of the body do you notice first when you meet someone?

a) The eyes

b) the smile

c) the body

d) something else

Activity 2: In small groups or pairs, try to label the bodies using the words below.
FRONT

BACK

BODY PARTS
Elbow

Thumb

Hand

Shin

Arm

Sole of the foot

Belly button/navel

Ankle

Wrist

Calf

Neck

Shoulder

Thigh

Knee

Head

Waist

Leg

Face

Belly/stomach

Palm

Toes

Torso

Fingers

Armpit

Foot

Upper arm

Forearm