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UNIVERSIDAD DE GUAYAQUIL

FACULTY OF MEDICINE

CAREER: MEDICINE

TECHNICAL ENGLISH II

FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS MEDICAS

RONNY JESUS VERA PALACIOS

CAREER PATHS – MEDICAL


UNIVERSIDAD DE GUAYAQUIL
SYLLABUS
Versión Revisada Enero 2016 *

CARRERA DE CIENCIAS MEDICAS

A) INFORMATION DATA
FACULTY: CIENCIAS MEDICAS

CAREER: MEDICINA PROFICIENCY: INGLES TECNICO II


EDUCATIONAL
TECHNICAL ENGLISH
SUBJECT: FIELD: SEMESTRAL
SCHEDULES:
WEEKLY LEARNING SELF-
PRESENTIAL APPLIED WORKIN
SUBJECT PLAN: HOURS: HOURS: G HOURS:
REQUIREMENTS: CODE:
PRE-REQUIREMENTS: No procede LEVEL: Formativo
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016 - 2017 CREDITS NUMBER: 5 CYCLES: CI
TEACHER:
DR. JANETH EMEN MSC.

4TH. LEVEL DEGREE: MASTER EN NUTRICION HUMANA Y DIETETICA APLICADA


ACADEMICAL
TUTORING RESEARCH ARRANGEMENT
TUTORING HOURS: SCHEDULE: HOURS: HOURS:

B) JUSTIFICATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF SYLLABUS IN THE TRAINING FIELD

SHORT JUSTIFICATION OF THE CONTENTS OF SYLLABUS

The English language has become in one of the most fundamental requirement into the professional profile for the candidates who wish to study
a medical career. The development of skills in this language will help them in improving their communication and as consequence in the
performance of their tasks within a workplace, complementing in this way their professional training.

For this reason, the modules will be developed with a practical and communicative approach, with specific content and vocabulary, giving way
to research and reflection. Besides, students will be given step by step useful instructions for the development of the four key English language
components: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing, and they will be provided of study techniques for the continuous improvement of the
skills acquired.

CONTRIBUTION TO THE
THEORETICAL METHODOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF
APPLICATION CONTEXTS
CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS THE PROBLEMS OF THE
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
This subject provides the In the development of the subject will As this subject is found within the medical professional can use
student with the theoretical and work with a communicative approach the disciplines of vocational the knowledge acquired in the
methodological inputs of both and with various methodologies that will training, it is intimately linked chair of English I in the different
the traditional clinic and a be applied according to the needs of the to the field of professional scenarios where he / she performs
modern integrative aspect, teaching and learning process. The action and spheres of action, his / her functions, be they at the
belonging to a health model of methods to be applied will be the which allows supporting the community, academic, hospital
community participation; eclectic methodology, KOLB and search for alternative solutions, and / or support levels
Where it is possible to have a interactive teaching methodology, to which aims to promote the
broader view of the health structure solid knowledge in medical prevention and prevention of
problems of the subjects and students. Likewise, the development of psychosocial risks and Their
their groups, based on the critical and linguistic thinking, language impacts.
health - disease relationship. analysis and Grammar, as a fundamental
part of the development of
communicative competences.

C) PURPOSES AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EXPENSE PROFILE


CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GRADING PROFILE: COMPREHENSIVE
PURPOSES CAPACITIES AND / OR SKILLS, ACHIEVEMENTS OR LEARNING
OUTCOMES
SYLLABUS RELATED TO THE FIELD OF
STUDY AND OBJECTIVES OF THE
CAREER:
It is the teaching of the English language for
professionals and students in vocational schools
and colleges to help them develop the language
skills they need to succeed in a professional work

SCOPE
situation. Inside language world it is very GENERICS SPECIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS
important to talk properly in every single field, in OF THE UG CAREER LEARNING
this case inside the medical field, very important
for the profile of our students and theirs
professionalism.

FROM LEARNING:
Facing the Era of Information and Knowledge, During the development of each unit
English language teaching should be constantly plan, it will be given emphasis to the
improved in order to address the unique challenges Semesters will be developed following specific competences:
of the time. Consequently, as teachers of this with a practical and
English Department concerned and aware of communicative approach,  Apply responsibly the health
improving daily the teaching and learning process in with specific content and It is the teaching of rules
our classrooms, we think that it is necessary to vocabulary, giving way to the English language  Use skilfully equipment and
investigate new methodologies or approaches. So, research and reflection. for professionals and medical instruments

KNOWLEDGE
we consider that the most appropriate and up-to-date Besides, students will be students in vocational  Prescribe accurately
approach for the learning of a language is called given step by step useful schools and colleges medications
"The Content and Language Integrated Learning instructions for the to help them develop  Understand and apply
(CLIL), according to recent seminars about development of the four key the language skills efficiently the steps of any
Cambridge English language Assessment and English language they need to succeed procedure
TOEFL. Also, it is essential the approach called components: Reading, in a professional  Intercultural
"English for specific purposes” (ESP) for the Listening, Speaking and work situation. Inside  Humanism
teaching of this language. Writing, and they will be hospitals and surgery  The protection of life
provided of study rooms.  The health care and eating
techniques for the habits.
continuous improvement of  Communication and
the skills acquired. teamwork
The student will be able to develop communicative Speaking in oral and written English,
skills and abilities in an integrated way to achieve Knows how to with a degree of fluency and
oral and written comprehension and production in It will dominate the commit the team to naturalness that allows an effective
health contexts. fundamentals of common goals in a exchange of ideas.
pharmacology, clinical convenient way.
therapeutics with accuracy Students are going to be able to
and pertinence. Can effectively communicate among themselves in a
Serves users without any integrate knowledge very properly way using

HABILITIES
discrimination. and experience from TECHNICAL ENGLISH according
different sources. to the subject they are reviewing.

Learn to communicate with Respect the rights of

VALUES AND APTITUDES


The student will be able to promote humanistic
values that allow respect, solidarity, equity, inter- others assertively and users with loyalty. To Demonstrate ability for
cultural, commitment to the preservation of the persuasively. fulfill with collaboration, commitment and
environment and good living as a health Mediate in disputes with a authenticity the responsibility in the individual and
professional. sense of fairness. Know ethical norms of the joint tasks required to be formed as a
how to rationalize work health professional. future health professional.
time equitably for the
benefit of patients.
MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 1: BLOOD
OBJETIVE:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND AND CONTROL THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BLOOD AND TRANSFUSIONS
A PATIENT CAN HAVE ACCORDING TO HIS/HER BLLOD TYPE.
LEARNING ORGANIZATION LEARNING
ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: DIRECT
APPLICATION LEARNI APPLICATIO
KNOWLEDGE TO BE SELF- INTERACT
DIRECT INTERACTION AND NG TIME N AND
DEVELOPED EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE TEACHER EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENT
WORK THE
ATION ATION
TEACHER
Types of blood Dialogued Dialogued Application From the Communicative
exhibitionInterpreting texts, exhibition exercises around the generation of method
Compatible Practical classes, Interpreting texts book. knowledge, Interrelation of
Collaborativeenvironment, Practical classes Presentation of some Application communicative
Universal donors Team work Collaborative posters related to the of learning skills
Reflective and commented environment main subject of each Aulic, Real Brainstorming
Red and white blood cells readingsIntegrated Team work units. 3 Hours and virtual. Songs
communication skills . Reflective and Individual Karaoke
Platelet, plasma commented Expositions and Visiting
readings Grupal activities. virtual Collaborative
Transfusions Integrated Workshops related to medical work, research.
communication medical cases in libraries for
Medical vocabulary activites skills order to research sharing ideas Writing papers.
information and having
according to the some real
subject. Research.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 1 : BLOOD

RESULTS
PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS ON (30%) (40%)
(30%)
STANDARDS
Types of blood They work in Individual and group Of the work done.
Read the new stories.
pairs and in exhibitions: Oral and written exams
Compatible groups.
Develop activities on Participatory work
Demonstration of direct Student academic
proposed readings. in class:
Universal donors They will use of library or portfolio with the
answer network collections. respective reflections and
Listen to small pieces of Reports of
Red and white blood cells questions related feedbacks
selected readings. workshops and
to the presented Elaboration and report
Perform reading collaborative
Platelet, plasma grammar of progress of the
comprehension activities. teams.
activities projects of integration
Transfusions depending in the of knowledge or others,
To work individually and Reading controls.
context of the individual or
in groups the proposed
Medical vocabulary units and collaborative.
activities. Exhibitions.
activites readings.
Workshops
Complete extra-activities Read to make Powerpoint
from WEB related to definitions. presentations. Oral Exercises and
medical purpose activities Writings.
related with the main topic Follow Task Review
of each unit. instructions. Various Practices,
including platforms
Listen to
conversations Fieldwork.
and answer
questions.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 2: BONES
OBJETIVE:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND AND CONTROL THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FRACTURES, INJURIES, AND
MEDICAL FIRST IDS APPLICATIONS CAN HAVE A PERSON ACCORDING TO HIS SEVERE SITUATION.

LEARNING ORGANIZATION LEARNING


ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: DIRECT
APPLICATION LEARNI APPLICATIO
KNOWLEDGE TO BE SELF- INTERACT
DIRECT INTERACTION AND NG TIME N AND
DEVELOPED EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE TEACHER EXPERIMENT EXPERIMEN
WORK THE
ATION TATION
TEACHER
Types of fractures Dialogued 3 Hours Communicativ
Dialogued exhibition Application From the e method
Skeleton exhibitionInterpreting texts, Interpreting texts exercises around the generation of Interrelation of
Practical classes, Practical classes book. knowledge, communicative
Marrow Collaborativeenvironment, Collaborative Presentation of some Application skills
Team work environment posters related to the of learning Brainstorming
Medical vocabulary activites Reflective and commented Team work main subject of each Aulic, Real Songs
readingsIntegrated Reflective and units. and virtual. Karaoke
communication skills . commented Individual
readings Expositions and Visiting Collaborative
Integrated Grupal activities. virtual work, research.
communication Workshops related to medical
skills medical cases in libraries for Writing papers.
order to research sharing ideas
information and having
according to the some real
subject. Research.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 2: BONES

RESULTS
PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS ON (30%) (40%)
(30%)
STANDARDS
Read the new stories. They work in Individual and group Of the work done.
Types of fractures pairs and in exhibitions: Oral and written exams
Develop activities on groups. Participatory work
Skeleton proposed readings. in class: Demonstration of direct Student academic
They will use of library or portfolio with the
Marrow Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of network collections. respective reflections and
selected readings. questions related workshops and feedbacks
Medical vocabulary Perform reading to the presented collaborative Elaboration and report
activites comprehension activities. grammar teams. of progress of the
activities projects of integration
To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. of knowledge or others,
in groups the proposed context of the individual or
activities. units and Exhibitions. collaborative.
readings.
Complete extra-activities Powerpoint Workshops
from WEB related to Read to make presentations.
medical purpose activities definitions. Oral Exercises and
related with the main topic Task Review Writings.
of each unit. Follow
instructions. Various Practices,
including platforms
Listen to
conversations Fieldwork.
and answer
questions.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 3: SKIN
OBJETIVE:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND AND CONTROL THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF MOST COMMON SKIN
CONDITIONS, WARNINGS, AND PREVENTIONS AND HOW A PATIENT CAN TAKE CARE OF ITS OWN.
LEARNING ORGANIZATION LEARNING
ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: DIRECT
APPLICATION LEARNI APPLICATIO
KNOWLEDGE TO BE SELF- INTERACT
DIRECT INTERACTION AND NG TIME N AND
DEVELOPED EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE TEACHER EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENT
WORK THE
ATION ATION
TEACHER
From the
generation of Communicative
knowledge, method
Application Interrelation of
Dialogued of learning communicative
Layers of the skin Dialogued exhibition Application Aulic, Real skills
exhibitionInterpreting texts, Interpreting texts exercises around the and virtual. Brainstorming
Most common skin Practical classes, Practical classes book. Songs
conditions Collaborativeenvironment, Collaborative Presentation of some Visiting Karaoke
Team work environment posters related to the virtual
Subcutaneous fat Reflective and commented Team work main subject of each medical Collaborative
readingsIntegrated Reflective and units. libraries for work, research.
Medical vocabulary activites communication skills . commented Individual sharing ideas
readings Expositions and and having Writing papers.
Integrated Grupal activities. 3 Hours some real
communication Workshops related to Research.
skills medical cases in
order to research
information
according to the
subject.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 3: SKIN

RESULTS
PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS ON (30%) (40%)
(30%)
STANDARDS
Read the new stories. They work in
pairs and in Individual and group
Develop activities on groups. Participatory work exhibitions:
proposed readings. in class:
They will Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of use of library or
Oral and written exams
selected readings. questions related workshops and network collections.
Layers of the skin Perform reading to the presented collaborative
Student academic
comprehension activities. grammar teams. Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
Most common skin activities of progress of the
respective reflections and
conditions To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. projects of integration
feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
Subcutaneous fat activities. units and Exhibitions. individual or
readings. collaborative.
Medical vocabulary Complete extra-activities Powerpoint
activites from WEB related to Read to make presentations. Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
related with the main topic Task Review Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.

E) PROJECT OF INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE


PRODUCTOS RESULTADOS Y
LEARNING LEARNING
LEARNING ACTIVITIES ACADÉMICOS ESTÁNDARES DE
ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES
ESPERADOS PRESENTACIÓN

The student will integrate the


knowledge and knowledge of the
subject of English with the
different subjects of the course.
Diagnostic Approach:

B. Design and planning of


To develop activities: strategies and action of
intervention
initiation, development, CLASSROOM
presentation and feedback PROJECT C. Execution
of the acquired
INTEGRATIVE
knowledge applied INTEGRATING D. Evaluation
PROJECT
to in the different subjects WORKSHOPS Reflection about the execution
and learning environments process:
in OPEN HOUSE • Context
the area of health • Behavior
in the medical career. • Competencies
• Beliefs
• Impact
• Feedback Role
F) BIBLIOGRAPHY
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LIBRARY

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CHECK YOUR ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR MEDICINE


THIRD EDITION

No ELECTRONIC ADDRESS / URL


1 http://medicine.kaums.ac.ir/UploadedFiles/Files/Check_Your_English_Vocabulary_for_Medicine.pdf
SIGNATURES OF RESPONSIBILITY
RESPONSABILITY RESPONSABLE NAME SIGNATURE DELIVERING DATE

DONE BY: DR. JANETH EMEN MSC.

DR. JANETH EMEN


CHECKED BY:
MSC. ILHAM KAVRAK

PS. IND. GASTON AULESTIA


APPROVED BY:
CONSTANTE, MSC.

CAREER – SECRETARY:
UNIVERSIDAD DE GUAYAQUIL
SYLLABUS
Versión Revisada Enero 2016 *

CARRERA DE CIENCIAS MEDICAS

A) INFORMATION DATA
FACULTY: CIENCIAS MEDICAS

CAREER: MEDICINA PROFICIENCY: INGLES TECNICO II


EDUCATIONAL
TECHNICAL ENGLISH
SUBJECT: FIELD: SEMESTRAL
SCHEDULES:
WEEKLY LEARNING SELF-
PRESENTIAL APPLIED WORKIN
SUBJECT PLAN: HOURS: HOURS: G HOURS:
REQUIREMENTS: CODE:
PRE-REQUIREMENTS: No procede LEVEL: Formativo
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016 - 2017 CREDITS NUMBER: 5 CYCLES: CI
TEACHER:
MSC. ILHAM KAVRAK

4TH. LEVEL DEGREE: MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


TUTORING ACADEMICAL
TUTORING HOURS: SCHEDULE: RESEARCH ARRANGEMENT
HOURS: HOURS:

B) JUSTIFICATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF SYLLABUS IN THE TRAINING FIELD

SHORT JUSTIFICATION OF THE CONTENTS OF SYLLABUS

The English language has become in one of the most fundamental requirement into the professional profile for the candidates who wish to study a
medical career. The development of skills in this language will help them in improving their communication and as consequence in the performance
of their tasks within a workplace, complementing in this way their professional training.

For this reason, the modules will be developed with a practical and communicative approach, with specific content and vocabulary, giving way to
research and reflection. Besides, students will be given step by step useful instructions for the development of the four key English language
components: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing, and they will be provided of study techniques for the continuous improvement of the skills
acquired.

CONTRIBUTION TO THE
THEORETICAL METHODOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF
APPLICATION CONTEXTS
CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS THE PROBLEMS OF THE
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
This subject provides the In the development of the subject will As this subject is found within
student with the theoretical and work with a communicative approach the disciplines of vocational the medical professional can use the
methodological inputs of both and with various methodologies that will training, it is intimately linked knowledge acquired in the chair of
the traditional clinic and a be applied according to the needs of the to the field of professional English I in the different scenarios
modern integrative aspect, teaching and learning process. The action and spheres of action, where he / she performs his / her
belonging to a health model of methods to be applied will be the which allows supporting the functions, be they at the community,
community participation; eclectic methodology, KOLB and search for alternative solutions, academic, hospital and / or support
Where it is possible to have a interactive teaching methodology, to which aims to promote the levels
broader view of the health structure solid knowledge in medical prevention and prevention of
problems of the subjects and students. Likewise, the development of psychosocial risks and Their
their groups, based on the critical and linguistic thinking, language impacts.
health - disease relationship. analysis and Grammar, as a fundamental
part of the development of
communicative competences.

C) PURPOSES AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EXPENSE PROFILE

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GRADING PROFILE: COMPREHENSIVE CAPACITIES


PURPOSES
AND / OR SKILLS, ACHIEVEMENTS OR LEARNING OUTCOMES
SYLLABUS RELATED TO THE FIELD OF
STUDY AND OBJECTIVES OF THE
CAREER:
It is the teaching of the English language for
professionals and students in vocational schools
and colleges to help them develop the language
skills they need to succeed in a professional work
GENERICS SPECIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS
situation. Inside language world it is very
OF THE UG CAREER LEARNING
important to talk properly in every single field, in
this case inside the medical field, very important
for the profile of our students and theirs
professionalism.
FROM LEARNING:
Facing the Era of Information and Knowledge, Semesters will be developed
English language teaching should be constantly with a practical and
improved in order to address the unique challenges communicative approach,
of the time. Consequently, as teachers of this with specific content and It is the teaching of During the development of each unit plan,
English Department concerned and aware of vocabulary, giving way to the English language it will be given emphasis to the following
improving daily the teaching and learning process in research and reflection. for professionals and specific competences:
our classrooms, we think that it is necessary to Besides, students will be students in vocational
investigate new methodologies or approaches. So, given step by step useful schools and colleges  Apply responsibly the health rules
we consider that the most appropriate and up-to-date instructions for the to help them develop  Use skilfully equipment and
approach for the learning of a language is called development of the four key the language skills medical instruments
"The Content and Language Integrated Learning English language they need to succeed  Prescribe accurately medications
(CLIL), according to recent seminars about components: Reading, in a professional  Understand and apply efficiently
Cambridge English language Assessment and Listening, Speaking and work situation. Inside the steps of any procedure
TOEFL. Also, it is essential the approach called Writing, and they will be hospitals and surgery  Intercultural
"English for specific purposes” (ESP) for the provided of study rooms.  Humanism
teaching of this language. techniques for the  The protection of life
continuous improvement of  The health care and eating habits.
the skills acquired.  Communication and teamwork
The student will be able to develop communicative
skills and abilities in an integrated way to achieve Knows how to Speaking in oral and written English, with
oral and written comprehension and production in It will dominate the commit the team to a degree of fluency and naturalness that
health contexts. fundamentals of common goals in a allows an effective exchange of ideas.
pharmacology, clinical convenient way.
therapeutics with accuracy Students are going to be able to
and pertinence. Can effectively communicate among themselves in a very
Serves users without any integrate knowledge properly way using TECHNICAL
discrimination. and experience from ENGLISH according to the subject they are
different sources. reviewing.

The student will be able to promote humanistic Learn to communicate with Respect the rights of
values that allow respect, solidarity, equity, inter- others assertively and users with loyalty. To Demonstrate ability for collaboration,
cultural, commitment to the preservation of the persuasively. fulfill with commitment and responsibility in the
environment and good living as a health Mediate in disputes with a authenticity the individual and joint tasks required to be
professional. sense of fairness. Know ethical norms of the formed as a future health professional.
how to rationalize work health professional.
time equitably for the
benefit of patients.
D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:
MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 4: NERVOUS SYSTEM
OBJETIVE:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO LEARN ABOUT THE BASICS ON NERVOUS SYSTEM. IN ORDER TO KNOW
IMPORTANT PARTS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: ACTIVITIES
LEARNI
KNOWLEDG DIRECT APPLICATIO DIRECT
SELF- NG
E TO BE INTERACTION N AND INTERACTION APPLICATION AND
EMPLOYED TIME
DEVELOPED WITH THE EXPERIMEN WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
WORK
TEACHER TATION TEACHER
NEURONS Dialogued Dialogued Application From the generation of Communicative method
exhibition exhibition exercises knowledge, Interrelation of communicative
NERVOUS Interpreting texts, Interpreting around the Application of learning skills
SYSTEM Practical classes, texts book. Aulic, Real and virtual. Brainstorming
Collaborative Practical Presentation Songs
VERTABRAE environment, classes of some 3 Hours Visiting virtual medical Karaoke
Team work Collaborative posters related libraries for sharing ideas
NETWORK Reflective and environment to the main and having some real Collaborative work, research.
commented Team work subject of Research.
NERVES readings Integrated Reflective and each units. Writing papers.
communication commented Individual
BRAIN skills. readings Expositions
Integrated and Grupal
SENSORY communication activities.
ORGANS skills Workshops
related to
SPINAL medical cases
CORD in order to
research
information
EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 4: NERVOUS SYSTEM
RESULTS
EXPECTED AND PRACTICAL AND
TRAINING ACCREDITATION AND
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI AUTONOMOUS
MANAGEMENT (30%) VALIDATION (40%)
PRODUCTS ON MANAGEMENT (30%)
STANDARDS
Read the new Individual and group
They work in
stories. exhibitions:
pairs and in
CORRECTING Participatory work in Of the work done.
groups.
AN ERROR Develop activities class: Demonstration of direct Oral and written exams
on proposed use of library or network
They will
MATCHING readings. Reports of workshops and collections. Student academic portfolio with
answer
WORDS WITH collaborative teams. the respective reflections and
questions
DEFINITIONS Listen to small Elaboration and report of feedbacks
related to the
pieces of selected Reading controls. progress of the projects of
presented
LISTENING readings. integration of knowledge
grammar
AND Perform reading Exhibitions. or others, individual or
activities
CHOOSING comprehension collaborative.
depending in
THE activities. Powerpoint presentations.
the context of
CORRECT Workshops
the units and
ANSWER To work Task Review
readings.
individually and in Oral Exercises and
groups the Writings.
proposed Read to make
activities. definitions. Various Practices,
including platforms
Complete extra- Follow
activities from instructions. Fieldwork.
WEB related to
medical purpose Listen to
activities related conversations
with the main topic and answer
of each unit. questions.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 5: ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO MAKE MEDICAL REPORTS, IN ORDER TO FOLLOW SOME LINEAMENTS TO BE
SURE THAT PATIENT EXAMS ARE EFFECTIVE EVERY TIME.
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: ACTIVITIES
LEARNI
KNOWLEDG DIRECT APPLICATIO DIRECT
SELF- NG
E TO BE INTERACTION N AND INTERACTION APPLICATION AND
EMPLOYED TIME
DEVELOPED WITH THE EXPERIMEN WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
WORK
TEACHER TATION TEACHER
Dialogued Application 3 Hours From the generation Communicative method
GLANDS exhibition Dialogued exercises of knowledge, Interrelation of communicative
Interpreting texts, exhibition around the Application of skills
SECRETES Practical classes, Interpreting book. learning Brainstorming
Collaborative texts Presentation Aulic, Real and Songs
HORMONES environment, Practical of some virtual. Karaoke
Team work classes posters related
HYPOTHALA Reflective and Collaborative to the main Visiting virtual Collaborative work, research.
MUS commented environment subject of medical libraries for
readings Integrated Team work each units. sharing ideas and Writing papers.
MELATONIN communication Reflective and Individual having some real
skills . commented Expositions Research.
ADRENALINE readings and Grupal
Integrated activities.
THYROID communication Workshops
skills related to
medical cases
in order to
research
information
according to
the subject.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 5: ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

RESULTS
EXPECTED AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND
ACCREDITATION AND
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEM AUTONOMOUS
VALIDATION (40%)
PRODUCTS ON ENT (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%)
STANDARDS
DESCRIBING They work in Individual and group exhibitions: Of the work done.
Read the new
AMOUNTS pairs and in Oral and written exams
stories.
groups. Participatory Demonstration of direct use of
READING work in class: library or network collections. Student academic portfolio with the
Develop activities
They will respective reflections and feedbacks
on proposed
MATCHING answer Reports of Elaboration and report of
readings.
WORDS WITH questions workshops progress of the projects of
DEFINITIONS related to the and integration of knowledge or
Listen to small presented collaborative others, individual or
VOCABULAR pieces of selected grammar teams. collaborative.
Y readings. activities
Perform reading depending in Reading Workshops
comprehension the context of controls.
activities. the units and Oral Exercises and Writings.
readings. Exhibitions.
To work Various Practices, including
individually and in Read to make Powerpoint platforms
groups the definitions. presentations.
proposed Fieldwork.
activities. Follow Task Review
instructions.
Complete extra-
activities from Listen to
WEB related to conversations
medical purpose and answer
activities related questions.
with the main topic
of each unit.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 6 : REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
RESULTS
EXPECTED AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND
ACCREDITATION AND
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEM AUTONOMOUS
VALIDATION (40%)
PRODUCTS ON ENT (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%)
STANDARDS
Read the new
They work in
stories.
pairs and in
Participatory
groups.
Develop activities work in class:
on proposed Individual and group exhibitions:
They will
readings. Reports of
answer
workshops Demonstration of direct use of
questions Of the work done.
Listen to small and library or network collections.
related to the Oral and written exams
pieces of selected collaborative
presented
STRESSING readings. teams. Elaboration and report of
grammar Student academic portfolio with the
A POINT Perform reading progress of the projects of
activities respective reflections and feedbacks
comprehension Reading integration of knowledge or
depending in
VOCABULAR activities. controls. others, individual or
the context of
Y collaborative.
the units and
To work Exhibitions.
readings.
READING individually and in Workshops
groups the Powerpoint
Read to make
LISTENING proposed presentations. Oral Exercises and Writings.
definitions.
activities.
Task Review Various Practices, including
Follow
Complete extra- platforms
instructions.
activities from
WEB related to Fieldwork.
Listen to
medical purpose
conversations
activities related
and answer
with the main topic
questions.
of each unit.
MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 6: REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO MAKE MEDICAL REPORTS, IN ORDER TO FOLLOW SOME LINEAMENTS TO BE SURE
THAT PATIENT EXAMS ARE EFFECTIVE EVERY TIME.
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: ACTIVITIES
LEAR
KNOWLEDGE APPLICATION DIRECT
DIRECT SELF- NING
TO BE AND INTERACTIO APPLICATION AND
INTERACTION WITH EMPLOYED TIME
DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATI N WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
THE TEACHER WORK
ON TEACHER
GENITALIA Dialogued exhibition Dialogued exhibition Application Communicative method
Interpreting texts, Interpreting texts exercises around From the Interrelation of
GONADS Practical classes, Practical classes the book. generation of communicative skills
Collaborative Collaborative Presentation of knowledge, Brainstorming
TESTES environment, Team work environment some posters Application of Songs
Reflective and commented Team work related to the learning Karaoke
OVARIES readings Integrated Reflective and main subject of 3 Aulic, Real and
communication skills . commented readings each units. Hours virtual. Collaborative work,
INTERCOURSE Integrated Individual research.
communication skills Expositions and Visiting virtual
BIRTH CONTROL Grupal activities. medical Writing papers.
Workshops libraries for
INFERTILITY related to sharing ideas
medical cases in and having
CONTRACEPTIVE order to research some real
S information Research.
according to the
subject.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 7: URINARY SYSTEM
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GIVE INSTRUCTIONS TO PATIENTS, PREVENT AND BE AWARE OF MEDICAL
INSTRUCTIONS
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: LEARNI
DIRECT APPLICATION DIRECT APPLICATION
KNOWLEDGE TO BE SELF- NG
INTERACTION AND INTERACTIO AND
DEVELOPED EMPLOYED TIME
WITH THE EXPERIMENTA N WITH THE EXPERIMENTAT
WORK
TEACHER TION TEACHER ION
Dialogued Communicative
FLOW OF URINE exhibition From the method
Interpreting texts, Dialogued Application 3 Hours generation of Interrelation of
BLADDER Practical classes, exhibition exercises around the knowledge, communicative
Collaborative Interpreting texts book. Application of skills
WASTE environment, Team Practical classes Presentation of learning Brainstorming
work Collaborative some posters related Aulic, Real and Songs
CASTS Reflective and environment to the main subject virtual. Karaoke
commented readings Team work of each units.
URETHRA Integrated Reflective and Individual Visiting virtual Collaborative work,
communication commented Expositions and medical research.
KIDNEY STONES skills . readings Grupal activities. libraries for
Integrated Workshops related sharing ideas Writing papers.
PASSING THE STONES communication to medical cases in and having
skills order to research some real
information Research.
according to the
subject.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 7: URINARY SYSTEM

PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATIO


EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING
AUTONOMOUS N AND
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS (30%)
(30%) (40%)

Read the new stories. They work in pairs Individual and group Of the work done.
DESCRIBING A
and in groups. exhibitions: Oral and written
CONDITION
Develop activities on Participatory work exams
proposed readings. They will answer in class: Demonstration of direct
CASE NOTES
questions related to use of library or Student academic
Listen to small pieces of the presented Reports of network collections. portfolio with the
VOCABULARY
selected readings. grammar activities workshops and respective
Perform reading depending in the collaborative Elaboration and report reflections and
READING
comprehension activities. context of the units teams. of progress of the feedbacks
and readings. projects of integration
SENTENCE To work individually and in Reading controls. of knowledge or others,
STRUCTURE groups the proposed Read to make individual or
activities. definitions. Exhibitions. collaborative.
EXPLANATIONS
Complete extra-activities Follow instructions. Powerpoint Workshops
from WEB related to presentations.
medical purpose activities Listen to Oral Exercises and
related with the main topic conversations and Task Review Writings.
of each unit. answer questions.
Various Practices,
including platforms

Fieldwork.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 8: TAKING A HISTORY
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GIVE SAFETY REMINDERS , INSTRUCTIONS TO PATIENTS, PREVENT AND BE
AWARE OF MEDICAL INSTRUCTIONS
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
DIRECT
CONTENTS: INTERAC
DIRECT APPLICATION LEARNIN APPLICATION
KNOWLEDGE TO BE SELF- TION
INTERACTION AND G TIME AND
DEVELOPED EMPLOYED WITH
WITH THE EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENTATI
WORK THE
TEACHER ATION ON
TEACHE
R
DATA
Dialogued
COMPLAINT exhibition Communicative
Interpreting texts, From the method
HISTORY OF CONDITION Practical classes, Dialogued generation Interrelation of
Collaborative exhibition Application of communicative skills
ONSET environment, Team Interpreting texts exercises around the knowledge, Brainstorming
work Practical classes book. Application Songs
PAST MEDICAL Reflective and Collaborative Presentation of of learning Karaoke
HISTORY commented readings environment some posters related Aulic, Real
Integrated Team work to the main subject and virtual. Collaborative work,
SOCIAL HISTORY communication Reflective and of each units. research.
skills . commented Individual Visiting
FAMILY MEDICAL readings Expositions and virtual Writing papers.
HISTORY Integrated Grupal activities. 3 Hours medical
communication Workshops related libraries for
PROCEDURE skills to medical cases in sharing
order to research ideas and
ALLERGIES information having
according to the some real
subject. Research.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 8: TAKING A HISTORY
PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATIO
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING
AUTONOMOUS N AND
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS (30%)
(30%) (40%)
Individual and group
Read the new stories. exhibitions:

Develop activities on Demonstration of direct


Participatory work
proposed readings. use of library or
They work in pairs in class:
network collections.
and in groups. Of the work done.
Listen to small pieces
Reports of Oral and written
of selected readings. Elaboration and report
They will answer workshops and exams
Perform reading of progress of the
TAKING A HISTORY questions related to collaborative
comprehension projects of integration
the presented teams. Student academic
activities. of knowledge or others,
INSTRUCTIONAL grammar activities portfolio with the
individual or
GUIDE depending in the Reading controls. respective reflections
To work individually collaborative.
context of the units and feedbacks
and in groups the
VOCABULARY and readings. Exhibitions.
proposed activities. Workshops
WORD ASSOCIATION Read to make Powerpoint
Complete extra- Oral Exercises and
definitions. presentations.
activities from WEB Writings.
SENTENCE
related to medical
STRUCTURE Follow instructions. Task Review
purpose activities Various Practices,
related with the main including platforms
Listen to
topic of each unit.
conversations and
Fieldwork.
answer questions.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 9: TALKING ABOUT SYMPTOMS
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GIVE INFO ABOUT SYMPTOMS OF AN ILLNESS
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: LEARNI DIRECT
DIRECT APPLICATION
KNOWLEDGE TO SELF- NG INTERACTI APPLICATION AND
INTERACTION AND
BE DEVELOPED EMPLOYED TIME ON WITH EXPERIMENTATIO
WITH THE EXPERIMENTAT
WORK THE N
TEACHER ION
TEACHER
From the
generation of
knowledge,
COLD Dialogued exhibition Application of
Interpreting texts, Application learning Communicative method
COUGHING Practical classes, Dialogued exercises around Aulic, Real Interrelation of
Collaborative exhibition the book. and virtual. communicative skills
RUNNY NOSE environment, Team Interpreting texts Presentation of Brainstorming
work Practical classes some posters Visiting Songs
WHEEZING Reflective and Collaborative related to the virtual Karaoke
commented readings environment main subject of medical
MUSCLE ACHES Integrated Team work each units. libraries for Collaborative work,
communication Reflective and Individual sharing ideas research.
THROBBING skills . commented Expositions and and having
HEADACHE readings Grupal activities. some real Writing papers.
Integrated Workshops 3 Hours Research.
FEVER communication related to
skills medical cases in
SYMPTOMS order to research
information
according to the
subject.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 9: TALKING ABOUT SYMPTOMS
RESULTS
PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS ON (30%) (40%)
(30%)
STANDARDS
Read the new stories. They work in
pairs and in Individual and group
Develop activities on groups. Participatory work exhibitions:
proposed readings. in class:
They will Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of use of library or
Oral and written exams
selected readings. questions related workshops and network collections.
ASKING ABOUT Perform reading to the presented collaborative
Student academic
SYMPTOMS comprehension activities. grammar teams. Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities of progress of the
respective reflections and
VOCABULARY To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. projects of integration
feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
DOCTORS NOTES activities. units and Exhibitions. individual or
readings. collaborative.
SENTENCE Complete extra-activities Powerpoint
STRUCTURE from WEB related to Read to make presentations. Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
related with the main topic Task Review Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.
E) PROYECTO DE INTEGRACIÓN DE SABERES

PRODUCTOS RESULTADOS Y
ACTIVIDADES DE INTEGRACIONES CON
OBJETIVO ACADÉMICOS ESTÁNDARES DE
APRENDIZAJE OTRAS ASIGNATURAS
ESPERADOS PRESENTACIÓN

The student will integrate the


knowledge and knowledge of the
subject of English with the
different subjects of the course. Diagnostic Approach:

To develop activities: B. Design and planning of


strategies and action of
initiation, intervention
development, CLASSROOM
presentation and PROJECT C. Execution
feedback of the
INTEGRATIVE
acquired INTEGRATING D. Evaluation
PROJECT
knowledge applied WORKSHOPS Reflection about the
to in the different execution process:
subjects and learning OPEN HOUSE • Context
environments in • Behavior
the area of health • Competencies
in the medical career. • Beliefs
• Impact
• Feedback Role
F) BIBLIOGRAFÍA
Existenc
ia en
No TÍTULO DE LA OBRA Número de ejemplares
BÁSICA

Bibliotec
a

CAREER PATHS – MEDICAL X


SITIOS COMPLEMENTARI

Existenc
ia en
No TÍTULO DE LA OBRA Número de ejemplares
Bibliotec
a
A

CHECK YOUR ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR MEDICINE


THIRD EDITION

No DIRECCIÓN ELECTRONICA / URL


WEB

http://medicine.kaums.ac.ir/UploadedFiles/Files/Check_Your_English_Vocabulary_for_Medicine.pdf

F) FIRMAS DE RESPONSABILIDAD
RESPONSABILIDAD NOMBRE DEL RESPONSABLE FIRMA FECHA ENTREGA
Elaborado por: MSC. ILHAM KAVRAK
DR. JANETH EMEN
Revisado por:
MSC. ILHAM KAVRAK

PS. IND. GASTON AULESTIA


Aprobado por:
CONSTANTE, MSC.

Secretaría de la carrera

UNIVERSIDAD DE GUAYAQUIL
SYLLABUS
Versión Revisada Enero 2016 *

CARRERA DE CIENCIAS MEDICAS

A) INFORMATION DATA
FACULTY: CIENCIAS MEDICAS

CAREER: MEDICINA PROFICIENCY: INGLES TECNICO II


EDUCATIONAL
TECHNICAL ENGLISH
SUBJECT: FIELD: SEMESTRAL
SCHEDULES:
WEEKLY LEARNING SELF-
PRESENTIAL APPLIED WORKIN
SUBJECT PLAN: HOURS: HOURS: G HOURS:
REQUIREMENTS: CODE:
PRE-REQUIREMENTS: No procede LEVEL: Formativo
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016 - 2017 CREDITS NUMBER: 5 CYCLES: CI
TEACHER:
MSC. GASTON AULESTIA CONSTANTE

4TH. LEVEL DEGREE: MAGISTER EN DISEÑO CURRICULAR

ACADEMICAL
TUTORING RESEARCH ARRANGEMENT
TUTORING HOURS: SCHEDULE: HOURS: HOURS:

B) JUSTIFICATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF SYLLABUS IN THE TRAINING FIELD

SHORT JUSTIFICATION OF THE CONTENTS OF SYLLABUS

The English language has become in one of the most fundamental requirement into the professional profile for the candidates who wish to study a
medical career. The development of skills in this language will help them in improving their communication and as consequence in the performance
of their tasks within a workplace, complementing in this way their professional training.

For this reason, the modules will be developed with a practical and communicative approach, with specific content and vocabulary, giving way to
research and reflection. Besides, students will be given step by step useful instructions for the development of the four key English language
components: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing, and they will be provided of study techniques for the continuous improvement of the skills
acquired.

THEORETICAL METHODOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE


APPLICATION CONTEXTS
CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS UNDERSTANDING OF
THE PROBLEMS OF THE
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
This subject provides the
In the development of the subject will
student with the theoretical and the medical professional can use the
work with a communicative approach
methodological inputs of both knowledge acquired in the chair of
and with various methodologies that will As this subject is found within
the traditional clinic and a English I in the different scenarios
be applied according to the needs of the the disciplines of vocational
modern integrative aspect, where he / she performs his / her
teaching and learning process. The training, it is intimately linked
belonging to a health model of functions, be they at the community,
methods to be applied will be the to the field of professional
community participation; academic, hospital and / or support
eclectic methodology, KOLB and action and spheres of action,
Where it is possible to have a levels
interactive teaching methodology, to which allows supporting the
broader view of the health
structure solid knowledge in medical search for alternative solutions,
problems of the subjects and
students. Likewise, the development of which aims to promote the
their groups, based on the
critical and linguistic thinking, language prevention and prevention of
health - disease relationship.
analysis and Grammar, as a fundamental psychosocial risks and Their
part of the development of impacts.
communicative competences.

C) PURPOSES AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EXPENSE PROFILE

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GRADING PROFILE: COMPREHENSIVE CAPACITIES


PURPOSES
AND / OR SKILLS, ACHIEVEMENTS OR LEARNING OUTCOMES

SCOP
SYLLABUS RELATED TO THE FIELD OF
GENERICS SPECIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS

E
STUDY AND OBJECTIVES OF THE
OF THE UG CAREER LEARNING
CAREER:
It is the teaching of the English language for
professionals and students in vocational schools
and colleges to help them develop the language
skills they need to succeed in a professional work
situation. Inside language world it is very
important to talk properly in every single field, in
this case inside the medical field, very important
for the profile of our students and theirs
professionalism.

FROM LEARNING:
Facing the Era of Information and Knowledge, Semesters will be developed
English language teaching should be constantly with a practical and
improved in order to address the unique challenges communicative approach,
of the time. Consequently, as teachers of this with specific content and It is the teaching of During the development of each unit plan,
English Department concerned and aware of vocabulary, giving way to the English language it will be given emphasis to the following
improving daily the teaching and learning process in research and reflection. for professionals and specific competences:
our classrooms, we think that it is necessary to Besides, students will be students in vocational

KNOWLEDGE
investigate new methodologies or approaches. So, given step by step useful schools and colleges  Apply responsibly the health rules
we consider that the most appropriate and up-to-date instructions for the to help them develop  Use skilfully equipment and
approach for the learning of a language is called development of the four key the language skills medical instruments
"The Content and Language Integrated Learning English language they need to succeed  Prescribe accurately medications
(CLIL), according to recent seminars about components: Reading, in a professional  Understand and apply efficiently
Cambridge English language Assessment and Listening, Speaking and work situation. Inside the steps of any procedure
TOEFL. Also, it is essential the approach called Writing, and they will be hospitals and surgery  Intercultural
"English for specific purposes” (ESP) for the provided of study rooms.  Humanism
teaching of this language. techniques for the  The protection of life
continuous improvement of  The health care and eating habits.
the skills acquired.  Communication and teamwork
The student will be able to develop communicative
skills and abilities in an integrated way to achieve Knows how to Speaking in oral and written English, with
oral and written comprehension and production in It will dominate the commit the team to a degree of fluency and naturalness that
health contexts. fundamentals of common goals in a allows an effective exchange of ideas.
pharmacology, clinical convenient way.
therapeutics with accuracy Students are going to be able to
and pertinence. Can effectively communicate among themselves in a very
Serves users without any integrate knowledge properly way using TECHNICAL

HABILITIES
discrimination. and experience from ENGLISH according to the subject they are
different sources. reviewing.

Learn to communicate with Respect the rights of

VALUES AND APTITUDES


The student will be able to promote humanistic
values that allow respect, solidarity, equity, inter- others assertively and users with loyalty. To Demonstrate ability for collaboration,
cultural, commitment to the preservation of the persuasively. fulfill with commitment and responsibility in the
environment and good living as a health Mediate in disputes with a authenticity the individual and joint tasks required to be
professional. sense of fairness. Know ethical norms of the formed as a future health professional.
how to rationalize work health professional.
time equitably for the
benefit of patients.
D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:
MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 10: PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS
OBJETIVE:

STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO REFORCE THE VITAL SIGNS, AND TO PROVIDE ONE OF THE MOS IMPORTANT
MEDICAL CARE PROCEDURE. IN ORDER TO FOLLOW SOME LINEMENTS TO BE SURE THAT PATIENT EXAMS ARE EFFECTIVE
EVERY TIME.

LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: LEARNI
DIRECT
KNOWLEDGE TO APPLICATION AND SELF- NG METHODS,
INTERACTION
BE DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED TIME TYPE TECHNIQUES AND
WITH THE
N WORK INSTRUMENTS
TEACHER
VITAL SIGNS Dialogued exhibition Dialogued exhibition Book activities From the Communicative method
Interpreting texts, Interpreting texts Presentation of generation Interrelation of
PULSE – Practical classes, Practical classes some posters of communicative skills
INSPECTION Collaborative Collaborative related to the main 3 Hours knowledge, Brainstorming
environment, Team work environment subject of each Application Songs
OBSERVATION Reflective and Team work units. of learning Karaoke
commented readings Reflective and Individual Aulic, Real
PALPITATION – Integrated commented readings Expositions and and virtual. Collaborative work,
AUSCULTATION communication skills. Integrated Grupal activities. research.
communication skills Workshops related Visiting
PERCUSSION to medical cases in virtual Writing papers.
order to research medical
BODY LANGUAGE information libraries for
according to the sharing
MEDICAL subject. ideas and
VOCABULARY having
ACTIVITES .PDF some real
Research.
CASE ANAYLISIS
EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 10: PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS
PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS STANDARDS (30%) (40%)
(30%)
Read the new stories. Individual and group
They work in pairs and
exhibitions:
in groups.
Develop activities on Participatory work Of the work done.
proposed readings. in class: Demonstration of direct Oral and written exams
They will answer
use of library or
questions related to the
Listen to small pieces of Reports of network collections. Student academic
presented grammar
selected readings. workshops and portfolio with the
activities depending in
Perform reading collaborative Elaboration and report respective reflections and
the context of the units
comprehension teams. of progress of the feedbacks
and readings.
activities. projects of integration
Reading controls. of knowledge or others,
Read to make
To work individually and individual or
definitions.
in groups the proposed Exhibitions. collaborative.
activities.
Follow instructions.
Powerpoint Workshops
Complete extra-activities presentations.
Listen to conversations
from WEB related to Oral Exercises and
and answer questions.
medical purpose Task Review Writings.
activities related with the
main topic of each unit. Various Practices,
including platforms

Fieldwork.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 11: DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO MAKE MEDICAL REPORTS, IN ORDER TO FOLLOW SOME LINEAMENTS TO BE SURE
THAT PATIENT EXAMS ARE EFFECTIVE EVERY TIME.
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
DIRECT
CONTENTS: LEARNI
DIRECT INTERAC
KNOWLEDGE TO APPLICATION AND SELF- NG
INTERACTION TION APPLICATION AND
BE DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED TIME
WITH THE WITH EXPERIMENTATION
N WORK
TEACHER THE
TEACHER
Dialogued exhibition Dialogued exhibition Application From the Communicative method
KIDNEY Interpreting texts, Interpreting texts exercises around generation Interrelation of
Practical classes, Practical classes the book. of communicative skills
PATHOLOGY Collaborative Collaborative Presentation of knowledge, Brainstorming
REPORTS environment, Team work environment some posters 3 Hours Application Songs
Reflective and Team work related to the main of learning Karaoke
URINALYSIS commented readings Reflective and subject of each Aulic, Real
Integrated commented readings units. and virtual. Collaborative work,
URINE communication skills . Integrated Individual research.
RENAL communication skills Expositions and Visiting
Grupal activities. virtual Writing papers.
CHRONIC KIDNEY Workshops related medical
DISEASE to medical cases in libraries for
order to research sharing
ALBUMIN information ideas and
according to the having
GLOMERULAR subject. some real
FILTRATION Research.

BLOOD UREA
NITROGEN TEST

BIOPSY

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 11: DIAGNOSTIC TEST

PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS STANDARDS (30%) (40%)
(30%)

Read the new stories. Individual and group Of the work done.
They work in pairs and
exhibitions: Oral and written exams
in groups.
Develop activities on Participatory work
proposed readings. in class: Demonstration of direct Student academic
They will answer
use of library or portfolio with the
questions related to the
Listen to small pieces of Reports of network collections. respective reflections and
presented grammar
selected readings. workshops and feedbacks
activities depending in
Perform reading collaborative Elaboration and report
the context of the units
comprehension teams. of progress of the
and readings.
activities. projects of integration
Reading controls. of knowledge or others,
To work individually and Read to make individual or
in groups the proposed definitions. Exhibitions. collaborative.
activities.
Follow instructions. Powerpoint Workshops
Complete extra-activities presentations.
from WEB related to Listen to conversations Oral Exercises and
medical purpose and answer questions. Task Review Writings.
activities related with the
main topic of each unit. Various Practices,
including platforms

Fieldwork.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 12 : DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT

PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS STANDARDS (30%) (40%)
(30%)
Read the new stories.
Individual and group
Develop activities on Participatory work exhibitions:
proposed readings. in class:
They work in pairs and Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
Listen to small pieces of in groups. Reports of use of library or
Oral and written exams
selected readings. workshops and network collections.
Perform reading They will answer collaborative
Student academic
comprehension questions related to the teams. Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities. presented grammar of progress of the
respective reflections and
activities depending in Reading controls. projects of integration
feedbacks
To work individually and the context of the units of knowledge or others,
in groups the proposed and readings. Exhibitions. individual or
activities. collaborative.
Read to make Powerpoint
Complete extra-activities definitions. presentations. Workshops
from WEB related to
medical purpose Follow instructions. Task Review Oral Exercises and
activities related with the Writings.
main topic of each unit. Listen to conversations
and answer questions. Various Practices,
including platforms

Fieldwork.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 12: DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO MAKE MEDICAL REPORTS, IN ORDER TO FOLLOW SOME LINEAMENTS TO BE SURE
THAT PATIENT EXAMS ARE EFFECTIVE EVERY TIME.
LEARNING ORGANIZATION LEARNING
ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS:
DIRECT
KNOWLEDGE APPLICATION LEARNI APPLICATIO
SELF- INTERACT
TO BE DIRECT INTERACTION WITH AND NG TIME N AND
EMPLOYED ION WITH
DEVELOPED THE TEACHER EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENT
WORK THE
ATION ATION
TEACHER
From the Communicative
X-RAY generation of method
knowledge, Interrelation of
RADIOGRAPHY Dialogued Application communicative
exhibition Application of learning skills
CT SCAN Interpreting texts exercises around the Aulic, Real Brainstorming
Practical classes book. and virtual. Songs
ENDOSCOPE Dialogued exhibition Interpreting Collaborative Presentation of some Karaoke
texts, Practical classes, Collaborative environment posters related to the Visiting
FEED environment, Team work Team work main subject of each virtual Collaborative
Reflective and commented readings Reflective and units. medical work, research.
MEDICAL Integrated communication skills . commented Individual libraries for
IMAGING readings Expositions and sharing ideas Writing papers.
Integrated Grupal activities. 3 Hours and having
MRI communication Workshops related to some real
skills medical cases in Research.
ULTRASOUND order to research
information
GEL according to the
subject.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 13: FAMILY MEDICINE
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GIVE INSTRUCTIONS TO PATIENTS, PREVENT AND BE AWARE OF MEDICAL
INSTRUCTIONS

LEARNING ORGANIZATION LEARNING


ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: DIRECT
APPLICATION LEARNI APPLICATIO
KNOWLEDGE TO BE SELF- INTERACT
DIRECT INTERACTION AND NG TIME N AND
DEVELOPED EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE TEACHER EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENT
WORK THE
ATION ATION
TEACHER
Communicative
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES method
Interrelation of
FAMILY MEDICINE Dialogued communicative
exhibition Application From the skills
PRIMARY CARE Dialogued exhibition Interpreting texts exercises around the generation of Brainstorming
Interpreting texts, Practical Practical classes book. knowledge, Songs
PREVENTATIVE classes, Collaborative Collaborative Presentation of some Application Karaoke
environment, Team work environment posters related to the of learning
PRACTITIONER Reflective and commented Team work main subject of each Aulic, Real Collaborative
readings Integrated Reflective and units. and virtual. work, research.
HEALTH EDUCATION communication skills . commented Individual
readings Expositions and Visiting Writing papers.
URGENT CARE Integrated Grupal activities. 3 Hours virtual
communication Workshops related to medical
REFERENCE skills medical cases in libraries for
order to research sharing ideas
MEDICAL ADVICES information and having
according to the some real
subject. Research.
EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 13 : FAMILY MEDICINE

RESULTS
PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS ON (30%) (40%)
(30%)
STANDARDS
Read the new stories. They work in Individual and group
pairs and in exhibitions:
Develop activities on groups. Participatory work
proposed readings. in class: Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
They will use of library or
Oral and written exams
Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of network collections.
selected readings. questions related workshops and
Student academic
Perform reading to the presented collaborative Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
comprehension activities. grammar teams. of progress of the
respective reflections and
activities projects of integration
feedbacks
To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. of knowledge or others,
in groups the proposed context of the individual or
activities. units and Exhibitions. collaborative.
readings.
Complete extra-activities Powerpoint Workshops
from WEB related to Read to make presentations.
medical purpose activities definitions. Oral Exercises and
related with the main topic Task Review Writings.
of each unit. Follow
instructions. Various Practices,
including platforms
Listen to
conversations Fieldwork.
and answer
questions.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 14: PEDIATRICS
OBJETIVO:

STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GIVE SAFETY REMINDERS , INSTRUCTIONS TO PATIENTS, PREVENT AND BE AWARE
OF MEDICAL INSTRUCTIONS

LEARNING ORGANIZATION LEARNING


ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: DIRECT
APPLICATION LEARNI APPLICATIO
KNOWLEDGE TO BE SELF- INTERACT
DIRECT INTERACTION AND NG TIME N AND
DEVELOPED EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE TEACHER EXPERIMENT EXPERIMEN
WORK THE
ATION TATION
TEACHER
Dialogued exhibition From the Communicativ
WEBSITE Interpreting texts, Practical Dialogued Application generation of e method
classes, Collaborative exhibition exercises around the knowledge, Interrelation of
PEDIATRICS environment, Team work Interpreting texts book. Application communicative
Reflective and commented Practical classes Presentation of some 3 Hours of learning skills
ASTHMA readings Integrated Collaborative posters related to the Aulic, Real Brainstorming
communication skills . environment main subject of each and virtual. Songs
OBESITY Team work units. Karaoke
Reflective and Individual Visiting
INFANT commented Expositions and virtual Collaborative
readings Grupal activities. medical work, research.
JUVENILE Integrated Workshops related to libraries for
communication medical cases in sharing ideas Writing papers.
NEWBORN skills order to research and having
information some real
BILIRUBIN – BILI LIGHT according to the Research.
subject.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 14: PEDIATRICS

RESULTS
PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS ON (30%) (40%)
(30%)
STANDARDS
Read the new stories. They work in
pairs and in Individual and group
Develop activities on groups. Participatory work exhibitions:
proposed readings. in class:
They will Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of use of library or
Oral and written exams
selected readings. questions related workshops and network collections.
Perform reading to the presented collaborative
Student academic
comprehension activities. grammar teams. Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities of progress of the
respective reflections and
To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. projects of integration
feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
activities. units and Exhibitions. individual or
readings. collaborative.
Complete extra-activities Powerpoint
from WEB related to Read to make presentations. Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
related with the main topic Task Review Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.

MEDICAL BOOK #2
UNIT # 15: GERIATRICS
OBJETIVO:
STUDENTS ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GIVE SAFETY REMINDERS , INSTRUCTIONS TO PATIENTS, PREVENT AND BE AWARE
OF MEDICAL INSTRUCTIONS

LEARNING ORGANIZATION LEARNING


ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTS
CONTENTS: DIRECT
APPLICATION LEARNI APPLICATIO
KNOWLEDGE TO BE SELF- INTERACT
DIRECT INTERACTION AND NG TIME N AND
DEVELOPED EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE TEACHER EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENT
WORK THE
ATION ATION
TEACHER
Communicative
method
GERIATRICS – ELDERLY Interrelation of
Dialogued communicative
DRUG INTERACTION exhibition Application From the skills
Dialogued exhibition Interpreting texts exercises around the generation of Brainstorming
POLYPHARMACY Interpreting texts, Practical Practical classes book. knowledge, Songs
classes, Collaborative Collaborative Presentation of some Application Karaoke
BED SORES – STROKES environment, Team work environment posters related to the of learning
Reflective and commented Team work main subject of each Aulic, Real Collaborative
ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE readings Integrated Reflective and units. and virtual. work, research.
communication skills . commented Individual
INCONTINENCE readings Expositions and Visiting Writing papers.
Integrated Grupal activities. 3 Hours virtual
DIZZINESS communication Workshops related to medical
skills medical cases in libraries for
HEARING LOSS order to research sharing ideas
information and having
according to the some real
subject. Research.
EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 15: GERIATRICS

RESULTS
PRACTICAL AND
EXPECTED AND TRAINING ACCREDITATION
AUTONOMOUS
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATI MANAGEMENT AND VALIDATION
MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTS ON (30%) (40%)
(30%)
STANDARDS
Read the new stories. They work in Individual and group
pairs and in exhibitions:
Develop activities on groups. Participatory work
proposed readings. in class: Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
They will use of library or
Oral and written exams
Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of network collections.
selected readings. questions related workshops and
Student academic
Perform reading to the presented collaborative Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
comprehension activities. grammar teams. of progress of the
respective reflections and
activities projects of integration
feedbacks
To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. of knowledge or others,
in groups the proposed context of the individual or
activities. units and Exhibitions. collaborative.
readings.
Complete extra-activities Powerpoint Workshops
from WEB related to Read to make presentations.
medical purpose activities definitions. Oral Exercises and
related with the main topic Task Review Writings.
of each unit. Follow
instructions. Various Practices,
including platforms
Listen to
conversations Fieldwork.
and answer
questions.

E) PROJECT OF INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE

RESULTS AND
LEARNING INTEGRATIONS WITH EXPECTED ACADEMIC
OBJECTIVE PRESENTATION
ACTIVITIES OTHER SUBJECTS PRODUCTS
STANDARDS
Diagnostic Approach:
The student will integrate the
knowledge and knowledge of the Design and planning of
To develop activities: subject of English with the strategies and action of
initiation, different subjects of the course. intervention
development,
CLASSROOM
presentation and Execution
PROJECT
feedback of the
acquired Evaluation
INTEGRATING INTEGRATIVE PROJECT
knowledge applied Reflection about the execution
WORKSHOPS
to in the different process:
subjects and learning
OPEN HOUSE
environments in • Context
the area of health • Behavior
in the medical career. • Competencies
• Beliefs
• Impact
• Feedback Role
F) BIBLIOGRAPHY

EXISTENCE IN
BASIC

No TITLE OF THE WORK NUMBER OF COPIES


LIBRARY

CAREER PATHS X
COMPLEM

EXISTENCE IN
ENTARY

No TITLE OF THE WORK NUMBER OF COPIES


LIBRARY
CHECK YOUR ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR MEDICINE
THIRD EDITION

No ELECTRONIC ADDRESS / URL


SITES

1 http://medicine.kaums.ac.ir/UploadedFiles/Files/Check_Your_English_Vocabulary_for_Medicine.pdf

F) SIGNATURES OF RESPONSIBILITY
RESPONSABILITY RESPONSABLE NAME SIGNATURE DELIVERING DATE
DONE BY:
PS. IND. GASTON AULESTIA
CONSTANTE, MSC.
DR. JANETH EMEN
CHECKED BY:
MSC. ILHAM KAVRAK

PS. IND. GASTON AULESTIA


APPROVED BY:
CONSTANTE, MSC.

CAREER – SECRETARY:

FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS MEDICAS

CAREER PATHS – MEDICAL

BOOK#3

UNIVERSIDAD DE GUAYAQUIL
SYLLABUS
Versión Revisada Enero 2016 *

CARRERA DE CIENCIAS MEDICAS

A) INFORMATION DATA
FACULTY: CIENCIAS MEDICAS

CAREER: MEDICINA PROFICIENCY: INGLES TECNICO II


EDUCATIONAL
TECHNICAL ENGLISH
SUBJECT: FIELD: SEMESTRAL
SCHEDULES:
WEEKLY LEARNING SELF-
PRESENTIAL APPLIED WORKIN
SUBJECT PLAN: HOURS: HOURS: G HOURS:
REQUIREMENTS: CODE:
PRE-REQUIREMENTS: No procede LEVEL: Formativo
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016 - 2017 CREDITS NUMBER: 5 CYCLES: CI
TEACHER:
MSC. IVAN SELLAN BROLL

4TH. LEVEL DEGREE:


MAGISTER IN CURRICULAR DESIGN
TUTORING HOURS: RESEARCH ACADEMICAL
TUTORING HOURS: ARRANGEMENT
SCHEDULE: HOURS:

B) JUSTIFICATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF SYLLABUS IN THE TRAINING FIELD

SHORT JUSTIFICATION OF THE CONTENTS OF SYLLABUS


The English language has become in one of the most fundamental requirement into the professional profile for the candidates who wish to study
a medical career. The development of skills in this language will help them in improving their communication and as consequence in the
performance of their tasks within a workplace, complementing in this way their professional training.

For this reason, the modules will be developed with a practical and communicative approach, with specific content and vocabulary, giving way
to research and reflection. Besides, students will be given step by step useful instructions for the development of the four key English language
components: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing, and they will be provided of study techniques for the continuous improvement of the
skills acquired.

CONTRIBUTION TO THE
THEORETICAL METHODOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF
APPLICATION CONTEXTS
CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS THE PROBLEMS OF THE
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
This subject provides the In the development of the subject will As this subject is found within the medical professional can use
student with the theoretical and work with a communicative approach the disciplines of vocational the knowledge acquired in the
methodological inputs of both and with various methodologies that will training, it is intimately linked chair of English I in the different
the traditional clinic and a be applied according to the needs of the to the field of professional scenarios where he / she performs
modern integrative aspect, teaching and learning process. The action and spheres of action, his / her functions, be they at the
belonging to a health model of methods to be applied will be the which allows supporting the community, academic, hospital
community participation; eclectic methodology, KOLB and search for alternative solutions, and / or support levels
Where it is possible to have a interactive teaching methodology, to which aims to promote the
broader view of the health structure solid knowledge in medical prevention and prevention of
problems of the subjects and students. Likewise, the development of psychosocial risks and Their
their groups, based on the critical and linguistic thinking, language impacts.
health - disease relationship. analysis and Grammar, as a fundamental
part of the development of
communicative competences.
C) PURPOSES AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EXPENSE PROFILE
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GRADING PROFILE: COMPREHENSIVE
PURPOSES CAPACITIES AND / OR SKILLS, ACHIEVEMENTS OR LEARNING
OUTCOMES
SYLLABUS RELATED TO THE FIELD OF
STUDY AND OBJECTIVES OF THE
CAREER:
It is the teaching of the English language for
professionals and students in vocational schools
and colleges to help them develop the language
skills they need to succeed in a professional work

SCOPE
situation. Inside language world it is very GENERICS SPECIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS
important to talk properly in every single field, in OF THE UG CAREER LEARNING
this case inside the medical field, very important
for the profile of our students and theirs
professionalism.

FROM LEARNING:
Facing the Era of Information and Knowledge, Semesters will be developed It is the teaching of During the development of each unit

KNOWLEDGE
English language teaching should be constantly with a practical and the English language plan, it will be given emphasis to the
improved in order to address the unique challenges communicative approach, for professionals and following specific competences:
of the time. Consequently, as teachers of this with specific content and students in vocational
English Department concerned and aware of vocabulary, giving way to schools and colleges  Apply responsibly the health
improving daily the teaching and learning process in research and reflection. to help them develop rules
our classrooms, we think that it is necessary to Besides, students will be the language skills  Use skilfully equipment and
investigate new methodologies or approaches. So, given step by step useful they need to succeed medical instruments
we consider that the most appropriate and up-to-date instructions for the in a professional  Prescribe accurately
approach for the learning of a language is called development of the four key work situation. Inside medications
"The Content and Language Integrated Learning English language hospitals and surgery  Understand and apply
(CLIL), according to recent seminars about components: Reading, rooms. efficiently the steps of any
Cambridge English language Assessment and Listening, Speaking and procedure
TOEFL. Also, it is essential the approach called Writing, and they will be  Intercultural
"English for specific purposes” (ESP) for the provided of study  Humanism
teaching of this language. techniques for the  The protection of life
continuous improvement of  The health care and eating
the skills acquired. habits.
 Communication and
teamwork

The student will be able to develop communicative It will dominate the Knows how to Speaking in oral and written English,
skills and abilities in an integrated way to achieve fundamentals of commit the team to with a degree of fluency and
oral and written comprehension and production in pharmacology, clinical common goals in a naturalness that allows an effective
health contexts. therapeutics with accuracy convenient way. exchange of ideas.
and pertinence.
Serves users without any Can effectively Students are going to be able to
discrimination. integrate knowledge communicate among themselves in a

HABILITIES
and experience from very properly way using
different sources. TECHNICAL ENGLISH according
to the subject they are reviewing.
Demonstrate ability for

VALUES AND APTITUDES


The student will be able to promote humanistic collaboration, commitment and
values that allow respect, solidarity, equity, inter- Learn to communicate with Respect the rights of responsibility in the individual and
cultural, commitment to the preservation of the others assertively and users with loyalty. To joint tasks required to be formed as a
environment and good living as a health persuasively. fulfill with future health professional.
professional. Mediate in disputes with a authenticity the
sense of fairness. Know ethical norms of the
how to rationalize work health professional.
time equitably for the
benefit of patients.
D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:
MEDICAL BOOK #3 - UNIT # 1:
OBJETIVE:
To use superlatives in the description and writing a magazine article.
ACTIVIDADES DE ORGANIZACIÓN DEL
AMBIENTES DE APRENDIZAJE
APRENDIZAJE TIEMPO
CONTENIDOS:
APLICACIÓN DE
CONOCIMIENTOS A INTERACCIÓN MÉTODOS,
Y TRABAJO APREN
DESARROLLAR DIRECTA CON EL TIPO TECNICAS E
EXPERIMENT AUTÓNOMO DIZAJE
PROFESOR INSTRUMENTOS
ACIÓN
Education and training From the
generation
Application of Communicative method
Dialogued exercises around knowledge, Interrelation of
Dialogued exhibition exhibition the book. Application communicative skills
Interpreting texts, Interpreting Presentation of of learning Brainstorming
Practical classes, texts some posters Aulic, Real Songs
Collaborative Practical classes related to the main and virtual. Karaoke
environment, Team work Collaborative subject of each
Reflective and commented environment units. Visiting Collaborative work,
readings Integrated Team work Individual virtual research.
communication skills . Reflective and Expositions and 3 Hours medical
commented Grupal activities. libraries for Writing papers.
readings Workshops related sharing
Integrated to medical cases in ideas and
communication order to research having
skills information some real
according to the Research.
subject.
EVALUACIÓN DE LOS APRENDIZAJES
MEDICAL BOOK #3 - UNIT # 1:
RESULTADOS
Y GESTIÓN
PRODUCTOS GESTIÓN
ESTÁNDARES PRÁCTICA Y ACREDITACIÓN Y
CONTENIDOS ACADÉMICOS FORMATIVA
DE AUTONOMA VALIDACIÓN (40%)
ESPERADOS (30%)
PRESENTACI (30%)
ÓN
Medical school, Read the new stories. They work in
undergarduate, bachelor´s pairs and in Individual and group
degree, license, medical Develop activities on groups. Participatory work exhibitions:
degree, entrance proposed readings. in class:
examination, residency, They will Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
fellowship. Foundation Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of use of library or
Oral and written exams
program selected readings. questions related workshops and network collections.
Perform reading to the presented collaborative
Student academic
comprehension activities. grammar teams. Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities of progress of the
respective reflections
To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. projects of integration
and feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
activities. units and Exhibitions. individual or
readings. collaborative.
Complete extra-activities Powerpoint
from WEB related to Read to make presentations. Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
related with the main topic Task Review Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.
MEDICAL BOOK #3 - UNIT # 2:
OBJETIVE:
To express agreement with an opinion.

ACTIVIDADES DE ORGANIZACIÓN DEL


AMBIENTES DE APRENDIZAJE
APRENDIZAJE TIEMPO
CONTENIDOS:
APLICACIÓN DE
CONOCIMIENTOS A INTERACCIÓN MÉTODOS,
Y TRABAJO APREN
DESARROLLAR DIRECTA CON EL TIPO TECNICAS E
EXPERIMENT AUTÓNOMO DIZAJE
PROFESOR INSTRUMENTOS
ACIÓN
Communicating with Staff From the
generation
Application of Communicative method
Dialogued exercises around knowledge, Interrelation of
Dialogued exhibition exhibition the book. Application communicative skills
Interpreting texts, Interpreting Presentation of of learning Brainstorming
Practical classes, texts some posters Aulic, Real Songs
Collaborative Practical classes related to the main and virtual. Karaoke
environment, Team work Collaborative subject of each
Reflective and commented environment units. Visiting Collaborative work,
readings Integrated Team work Individual virtual research.
communication skills . Reflective and Expositions and 3 Hours medical
commented Grupal activities. libraries for Writing papers.
readings Workshops related sharing
Integrated to medical cases in ideas and
communication order to research having
skills information some real
according to the Research.
subject.
EVALUACIÓN DE LOS APRENDIZAJES
MEDICAL BOOK #3 - UNIT # 2:
RESULTADOS
Y GESTIÓN
PRODUCTOS GESTIÓN
ESTÁNDARES PRÁCTICA Y ACREDITACIÓN Y
CONTENIDOS ACADÉMICOS FORMATIVA
DE AUTONOMA VALIDACIÓN (40%)
ESPERADOS (30%)
PRESENTACI (30%)
ÓN
To express medical Read the new stories. They work in
records, shift change, pairs and in Individual and group
chronological order, plan Develop activities on groups. Participatory work exhibitions:
of care, assessment, status, proposed readings. in class:
documents: legible and They will Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
concise. Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of use of library or
Oral and written exams
selected readings. questions related workshops and network collections.
Perform reading to the presented collaborative
Student academic
comprehension activities. grammar teams. Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities of progress of the
respective reflections
To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. projects of integration
and feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
activities. units and Exhibitions. individual or
readings. collaborative.
Complete extra-activities Powerpoint
from WEB related to Read to make presentations. Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
related with the main topic Task Review Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.
D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:
MEDICAL BOOK #3 - UNIT # 3:
OBJETIVE:
To make suggestions for the patient

ACTIVIDADES DE ORGANIZACIÓN DEL


AMBIENTES DE APRENDIZAJE
APRENDIZAJE TIEMPO
CONTENIDOS:
APLICACIÓN DE
CONOCIMIENTOS A INTERACCIÓN MÉTODOS,
Y TRABAJO APREN
DESARROLLAR DIRECTA CON EL TIPO TECNICAS E
EXPERIMENT AUTÓNOMO DIZAJE
PROFESOR INSTRUMENTOS
ACIÓN
Communicating with From the
patients. generation
Application of Communicative method
Dialogued exercises around knowledge, Interrelation of
Dialogued exhibition exhibition the book. Application communicative skills
Interpreting texts, Interpreting Presentation of of learning Brainstorming
Practical classes, texts some posters Aulic, Real Songs
Collaborative Practical classes related to the main and virtual. Karaoke
environment, Team work Collaborative subject of each
Reflective and commented environment units. Visiting Collaborative work,
readings Integrated Team work Individual virtual research.
communication skills . Reflective and Expositions and 3 Hours medical
commented Grupal activities. libraries for Writing papers.
readings Workshops related sharing
Integrated to medical cases in ideas and
communication order to research having
skills information some real
according to the Research.
subject.
EVALUACIÓN DE LOS APRENDIZAJES
MEDICAL BOOK #3 - UNIT # 3:
RESULTADOS
Y GESTIÓN
PRODUCTOS GESTIÓN
ESTÁNDARES PRÁCTICA Y ACREDITACIÓN Y
CONTENIDOS ACADÉMICOS FORMATIVA
DE AUTONOMA VALIDACIÓN (40%)
ESPERADOS (30%)
PRESENTACI (30%)
ÓN
Talk about health
Read the new stories. They work in
Literacy, preconception,
pairs and in Individual and group
cultural differences, Participatory work
Develop activities on groups. exhibitions:
jargon, anxiety, empathy, in class:
proposed readings.
verbal and no verbal ,
They will Demonstration of direct
therapeutic, open ended Reports of Of the work done.
Listen to small pieces of answer use of library or
questions. workshops and Oral and written exams
selected readings. questions related network collections.
collaborative
Perform reading to the presented
teams. Student academic
comprehension activities. grammar Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities of progress of the
Reading controls. respective reflections
To work individually and depending in the projects of integration
and feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
Exhibitions.
activities. units and individual or
readings. collaborative.
Power point
Complete extra-activities
presentations.
from WEB related to Read to make Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
Task Review
related with the main topic Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.
D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:
MEDICAL BOOK #3- UNIT # 4:
OBJETIVE:
To describe a concern based in the symptoms of a patient.
ACTIVIDADES DE ORGANIZACIÓN DEL
AMBIENTES DE APRENDIZAJE
APRENDIZAJE TIEMPO
CONTENIDOS:
APLICACIÓN DE
CONOCIMIENTOS A INTERACCIÓN MÉTODOS,
Y TRABAJO APREN
DESARROLLAR DIRECTA CON EL TIPO TECNICAS E
EXPERIMENT AUTÓNOMO DIZAJE
PROFESOR INSTRUMENTOS
ACIÓN
From the
Challenges generation
Application of Communicative method
Dialogued exercises around knowledge, Interrelation of
Dialogued exhibition exhibition the book. Application communicative skills
Interpreting texts, Interpreting Presentation of of learning Brainstorming
Practical classes, texts some posters Aulic, Real Songs
Collaborative Practical classes related to the main and virtual. Karaoke
environment, Team work Collaborative subject of each
Reflective and commented environment units. Visiting Collaborative work,
readings Integrated Team work Individual virtual research.
communication skills . Reflective and Expositions and 3 Hours medical
commented Grupal activities. libraries for Writing papers.
readings Workshops related sharing
Integrated to medical cases in ideas and
communication order to research having
skills information some real
according to the Research.
subject.
EVALUACIÓN DE LOS APRENDIZAJES
MEDICAL BOOK #3- UNIT # 4:
RESULTADOS
Y GESTIÓN
PRODUCTOS GESTIÓN
ESTÁNDARES PRÁCTICA Y ACREDITACIÓN Y
CONTENIDOS ACADÉMICOS FORMATIVA
DE AUTONOMA VALIDACIÓN (40%)
ESPERADOS (30%)
PRESENTACI (30%)
ÓN
The debt, loan, shortage,
Read the new stories. They work in
exhaustions, demand,
pairs and in Individual and group
Budget, malpractice, shift, Participatory work
Develop activities on groups. exhibitions:
paperwork, caseload. in class:
proposed readings.
They will Demonstration of direct
Reports of Of the work done.
Listen to small pieces of answer use of library or
workshops and Oral and written exams
selected readings. questions related network collections.
collaborative
Perform reading to the presented
teams. Student academic
comprehension activities. grammar Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities of progress of the
Reading controls. respective reflections
To work individually and depending in the projects of integration
and feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
Exhibitions.
activities. units and individual or
readings. collaborative.
Powerpoint
Complete extra-activities
presentations.
from WEB related to Read to make Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
Task Review
related with the main topic Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.
D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:
MEDICAL BOOK 3- UNIT # 5:
OBJETIVE:
To ask about pain.
ACTIVIDADES DE ORGANIZACIÓN DEL
AMBIENTES DE APRENDIZAJE
APRENDIZAJE TIEMPO
CONTENIDOS:
APLICACIÓN DE
CONOCIMIENTOS A INTERACCIÓN MÉTODOS,
Y TRABAJO APREN
DESARROLLAR DIRECTA CON EL TIPO TECNICAS E
EXPERIMENT AUTÓNOMO DIZAJE
PROFESOR INSTRUMENTOS
ACIÓN
Describing pains. From the
generation
Application of Communicative method
Dialogued exercises around knowledge, Interrelation of
Dialogued exhibition exhibition the book. Application communicative skills
Interpreting texts, Interpreting Presentation of of learning Brainstorming
Practical classes, texts some posters Aulic, Real Songs
Collaborative Practical classes related to the main and virtual. Karaoke
environment, Team work Collaborative subject of each
Reflective and commented environment units. Visiting Collaborative work,
readings Integrated Team work Individual virtual research.
communication skills . Reflective and Expositions and 3 Hours medical
commented Grupal activities. libraries for Writing papers.
readings Workshops related sharing
Integrated to medical cases in ideas and
communication order to research having
skills information some real
according to the Research.
subject.
EVALUACIÓN DE LOS APRENDIZAJES
MEDICAL BOOK 3- UNIT # 5:
RESULTADOS
Y GESTIÓN
PRODUCTOS GESTIÓN
ESTÁNDARES PRÁCTICA Y ACREDITACIÓN Y
CONTENIDOS ACADÉMICOS FORMATIVA
DE AUTONOMA VALIDACIÓN (40%)
ESPERADOS (30%)
PRESENTACI (30%)
ÓN
Intensity, distress, Read the new stories. Individual and group
They work in
constant, intermitent, exhibitions:
pairs and in
unbearable, excruciating, Develop activities on Participatory work
groups.
shooting, burning, proposed readings. in class: Demonstration of direct Of the work done.
throbbing, Sharp, mild, , use of library or Oral and written exams
They will
mild, moderate. Listen to small pieces of Reports of network collections.
answer
selected readings. workshops and Student academic
questions related
Perform reading collaborative Elaboration and report portfolio with the
to the presented
comprehension activities. teams. of progress of the respective reflections
grammar
projects of integration and feedbacks
activities
To work individually and Reading controls. of knowledge or others,
depending in the
in groups the proposed individual or
context of the
activities. Exhibitions. collaborative.
units and
readings.
Complete extra-activities Powerpoint Workshops
from WEB related to presentations.
Read to make
medical purpose activities Oral Exercises and
definitions.
related with the main topic Task Review Writings.
of each unit.
Follow
Various Practices,
instructions.
including platforms
Listen to Fieldwork.
conversations
and answer
questions.
D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:
MEDICAL BOOK #3 - UNIT # 6:
OBJETIVE:
To talk about diagnosis and treatment
ACTIVIDADES DE ORGANIZACIÓN DEL
AMBIENTES DE APRENDIZAJE
APRENDIZAJE TIEMPO
CONTENIDOS:
APLICACIÓN DE
CONOCIMIENTOS A INTERACCIÓN MÉTODOS,
Y TRABAJO APREN
DESARROLLAR DIRECTA CON EL TIPO TECNICAS E
EXPERIMENT AUTÓNOMO DIZAJE
PROFESOR INSTRUMENTOS
ACIÓN
Chronic vs accute illness. From the
generation
Application of Communicative method
Dialogued exercises around knowledge, Interrelation of
Dialogued exhibition exhibition the book. Application communicative skills
Interpreting texts, Interpreting Presentation of of learning Brainstorming
Practical classes, texts some posters Aulic, Real Songs
Collaborative Practical classes related to the main and virtual. Karaoke
environment, Team work Collaborative subject of each
Reflective and commented environment units. Visiting Collaborative work,
readings Integrated Team work Individual virtual research.
communication skills . Reflective and Expositions and 3 Hours medical
commented Grupal activities. libraries for Writing papers.
readings Workshops related sharing
Integrated to medical cases in ideas and
communication order to research having
skills information some real
according to the Research.
subject.
EVALUACIÓN DE LOS APRENDIZAJES
MEDICAL BOOK #3 - UNIT # 6:
RESULTADOS
Y GESTIÓN
PRODUCTOS GESTIÓN
ESTÁNDARES PRÁCTICA Y ACREDITACIÓN Y
CONTENIDOS ACADÉMICOS FORMATIVA
DE AUTONOMA VALIDACIÓN (40%)
ESPERADOS (30%)
PRESENTACI (30%)
ÓN
Chronic , accute, pre- Read the new stories. They work in
existing, condition, pairs and in Individual and group
osteoporosis, scarlet, fever, Develop activities on groups. Participatory work exhibitions:
strep virus, endocarditis, proposed readings. in class:
interventio, chronic, They will Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
bronchitis, pneumonia. Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of use of library or
Oral and written exams
selected readings. questions related workshops and network collections.
Perform reading to the presented collaborative
Student academic
comprehension activities. grammar teams. Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities of progress of the
respective reflections
To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. projects of integration
and feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
activities. units and Exhibitions. individual or
readings. collaborative.
Complete extra-activities Power point
from WEB related to Read to make presentations. Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
related with the main topic Task Review Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.
D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:
MEDICAL BOOK #3- UNIT # 7:
OBJETIVE:
TO EXPLAIN TREATMENT AND OPTIONS.
ACTIVIDADES DE ORGANIZACIÓN DEL
AMBIENTES DE APRENDIZAJE
APRENDIZAJE TIEMPO
CONTENIDOS:
APLICACIÓN DE
CONOCIMIENTOS A INTERACCIÓN MÉTODOS,
Y TRABAJO APREN
DESARROLLAR DIRECTA CON EL TIPO TECNICAS E
EXPERIMENT AUTÓNOMO DIZAJE
PROFESOR INSTRUMENTOS
ACIÓN
The Diabetis From the
generation
Application of Communicative method
Dialogued exercises around knowledge, Interrelation of
Dialogued exhibition exhibition the book. Application communicative skills
Interpreting texts, Interpreting Presentation of of learning Brainstorming
Practical classes, texts some posters Aulic, Real Songs
Collaborative Practical classes related to the main and virtual. Karaoke
environment, Team work Collaborative subject of each
Reflective and commented environment units. Visiting Collaborative work,
readings Integrated Team work Individual virtual research.
communication skills . Reflective and Expositions and 3 Hours medical
commented Grupal activities. libraries for Writing papers.
readings Workshops related sharing
Integrated to medical cases in ideas and
communication order to research having
skills information some real
according to the Research.
subject.
EVALUACIÓN DE LOS APRENDIZAJES
MEDICAL BOOK #3- UNIT # 7:
RESULTADOS
Y GESTIÓN
PRODUCTOS GESTIÓN
ESTÁNDARES PRÁCTICA Y ACREDITACIÓN Y
CONTENIDOS ACADÉMICOS FORMATIVA
DE AUTONOMA VALIDACIÓN (40%)
ESPERADOS (30%)
PRESENTACI (30%)
ÓN
Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Read the new stories. They work in
Diabetes, gestational pairs and in Individual and group
diabetes, insulin, glucose, Develop activities on groups. Participatory work exhibitions:
BMI , cataract, glaucoma, proposed readings. in class:
blindness, amputation, They will Demonstration of direct
Of the work done.
gum. Listen to small pieces of answer Reports of use of library or
Oral and written exams
selected readings. questions related workshops and network collections.
Perform reading to the presented collaborative
Student academic
comprehension activities. grammar teams. Elaboration and report
portfolio with the
activities of progress of the
respective reflections
To work individually and depending in the Reading controls. projects of integration
and feedbacks
in groups the proposed context of the of knowledge or others,
activities. units and Exhibitions. individual or
readings. collaborative.
Complete extra-activities Powerpoint
from WEB related to Read to make presentations. Workshops
medical purpose activities definitions.
related with the main topic Task Review Oral Exercises and
of each unit. Follow Writings.
instructions.
Various Practices,
Listen to including platforms
conversations
and answer Fieldwork.
questions.
E) PROJECT OF INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE

RESULTS AND
LEARNING INTEGRATIONS WITH EXPECTED ACADEMIC
OBJECTIVE PRESENTATION
ACTIVITIES OTHER SUBJECTS PRODUCTS
STANDARDS

The student will integrate the


knowledge and knowledge of the
subject of English with the Diagnostic Approach:
different subjects of the course.
Design and planning of
To develop activities: strategies and action of
initiation, intervention
development,
CLASSROOM
presentation and Execution
PROJECT
feedback of the
acquired Evaluation
INTEGRATING INTEGRATIVE PROJECT
knowledge applied Reflection about the execution
WORKSHOPS
to in the different process:
subjects and learning
OPEN HOUSE
environments in • Context
the area of health • Behavior
in the medical career. • Competencies
• Beliefs
• Impact
• Feedback Role
F) BIBLIOGRAPHY
EXISTENCE IN
BASIC

No TITLE OF THE WORK NUMBER OF COPIES


LIBRARY
CAREER PATHS X
COMPLEM

EXISTENCE IN
ENTARY

No TITLE OF THE WORK NUMBER OF COPIES


LIBRARY
CHECK YOUR ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR MEDICINE
THIRD EDITION

No ELECTRONIC ADDRESS / URL


SITES

1 http://medicine.kaums.ac.ir/UploadedFiles/Files/Check_Your_English_Vocabulary_for_Medicine.pdf

F) SIGNATURES OF RESPONSIBILITY
RESPONSABILITY RESPONSABLE NAME SIGNATURE DELIVERING DATE

DONE BY: MSC. IVAN SELLAN BROLL

DR. JANETH EMEN


CHECKED BY:
MSC. ILHAM KAVRAK
PS. IND. GASTON AULESTIA
APPROVED BY:
CONSTANTE, MSC.

CAREER – SECRETARY:

UNIVERSIDAD DE GUAYAQUIL
SYLLABUS
Versión Revisada Enero 2016 *

CARRERA DE CIENCIAS MEDICAS

A) INFORMATION DATA
FACULTY: CIENCIAS MEDICAS

CAREER: MEDICINA PROFICIENCY: INGLES TECNICO II


EDUCATIONAL
TECHNICAL ENGLISH
SUBJECT: FIELD: SEMESTRAL
SCHEDULES:
WEEKLY LEARNING SELF-
PRESENTIAL APPLIED WORKIN
SUBJECT PLAN: HOURS: HOURS: G HOURS:
REQUIREMENTS: CODE:
PRE-REQUIREMENTS: No procede LEVEL: Formativo
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016 - 2017 CREDITS NUMBER: 5 CYCLES: CI
TEACHER:
DR. FRANCISCO MERA MSC.

4TH. LEVEL DEGREE:


MASTER OF ARTS IN TEFL (TEACHING OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
TUTORING HOURS: RESEARCH ACADEMICAL
TUTORING HOURS: ARRANGEMENT
SCHEDULE: HOURS:

B) JUSTIFICATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF SYLLABUS IN THE TRAINING FIELD

SHORT JUSTIFICATION OF THE CONTENTS OF SYLLABUS

The English language has become in one of the most fundamental requirement into the professional profile for the candidates who wish to study
a medical career. The development of skills in this language will help them in improving their communication and as consequence in the
performance of their tasks within a workplace, complementing in this way their professional training.

For this reason, the modules will be developed with a practical and communicative approach, with specific content and vocabulary, giving way
to research and reflection. Besides, students will be given step by step useful instructions for the development of the four key English language
components: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing, and they will be provided of study techniques for the continuous improvement of the
skills acquired.

CONTRIBUTION TO THE
THEORETICAL METHODOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF
APPLICATION CONTEXTS
CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS THE PROBLEMS OF THE
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
This subject provides the
In the development of the subject will As this subject is found within the medical professional can use
student with the theoretical and
work with a communicative approach the disciplines of vocational the knowledge acquired in the
methodological inputs of both
and with various methodologies that will training, it is intimately linked chair of English I in the different
the traditional clinic and a
be applied according to the needs of the to the field of professional scenarios where he / she performs
modern integrative aspect,
teaching and learning process. The action and spheres of action, his / her functions, be they at the
belonging to a health model of
methods to be applied will be the which allows supporting the community, academic, hospital
community participation;
eclectic methodology, KOLB and search for alternative solutions, and / or support levels
Where it is possible to have a
interactive teaching methodology, to which aims to promote the
broader view of the health
structure solid knowledge in medical prevention and prevention of
problems of the subjects and
students. Likewise, the development of psychosocial risks and Their
their groups, based on the
critical and linguistic thinking, language impacts.
health - disease relationship.
analysis and Grammar, as a fundamental
part of the development of
communicative competences.

C) PURPOSES AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EXPENSE PROFILE


CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GRADING PROFILE: COMPREHENSIVE
PURPOSES CAPACITIES AND / OR SKILLS, ACHIEVEMENTS OR LEARNING
OUTCOMES

SCOP
SYLLABUS RELATED TO THE FIELD OF
GENERICS SPECIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS

E
STUDY AND OBJECTIVES OF THE
OF THE UG CAREER LEARNING
CAREER:
It is the teaching of the English language for
professionals and students in vocational schools
and colleges to help them develop the language
skills they need to succeed in a professional work
situation. Inside language world it is very
important to talk properly in every single field, in
this case inside the medical field, very important
for the profile of our students and theirs
professionalism.

FROM LEARNING:
Facing the Era of Information and Knowledge, Semesters will be developed
English language teaching should be constantly with a practical and During the development of each unit
improved in order to address the unique challenges communicative approach, plan, it will be given emphasis to the
of the time. Consequently, as teachers of this with specific content and It is the teaching of following specific competences:
English Department concerned and aware of vocabulary, giving way to the English language
improving daily the teaching and learning process in research and reflection. for professionals and  Apply responsibly the health
our classrooms, we think that it is necessary to Besides, students will be students in vocational rules

KNOWLEDGE
investigate new methodologies or approaches. So, given step by step useful schools and colleges  Use skilfully equipment and
we consider that the most appropriate and up-to-date instructions for the to help them develop medical instruments
approach for the learning of a language is called development of the four key the language skills  Prescribe accurately
"The Content and Language Integrated Learning English language they need to succeed medications
(CLIL), according to recent seminars about components: Reading, in a professional  Understand and apply
Cambridge English language Assessment and Listening, Speaking and work situation. Inside efficiently the steps of any
TOEFL. Also, it is essential the approach called Writing, and they will be hospitals and surgery procedure
"English for specific purposes” (ESP) for the provided of study rooms.  Intercultural
teaching of this language. techniques for the  Humanism
continuous improvement of  The protection of life
the skills acquired.  The health care and eating
habits.
 Communication and
teamwork

The student will be able to develop communicative Speaking in oral and written English,
skills and abilities in an integrated way to achieve Knows how to with a degree of fluency and
oral and written comprehension and production in It will dominate the commit the team to naturalness that allows an effective
health contexts. fundamentals of common goals in a exchange of ideas.
pharmacology, clinical convenient way.
therapeutics with accuracy Students are going to be able to
and pertinence. Can effectively communicate among themselves in a
Serves users without any integrate knowledge very properly way using

HABILITIES
discrimination. and experience from TECHNICAL ENGLISH according
different sources. to the subject they are reviewing.

The student will be able to promote humanistic Respect the rights of


values that allow respect, solidarity, equity, inter- Demonstrate ability for

VALUES AND
APTITUDES
Learn to communicate with users with loyalty. To
cultural, commitment to the preservation of the collaboration, commitment and
others assertively and fulfill with
environment and good living as a health responsibility in the individual and
persuasively. authenticity the
professional. joint tasks required to be formed as a
Mediate in disputes with a ethical norms of the future health professional.
sense of fairness. Know health professional.
how to rationalize work
time equitably for the
benefit of patients.

D) THEMATIC OR ANALYTICAL UNITS:


MEDICAL BOOK #3
UNIT # 8: CANCER
OBJETIVE:

BY THE END OF THE UNIT, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO DESCRIBE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF CANCER TREATMENT .

LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: DIRECT
DIRECT LEARNI
KNOWLEDGE TO BE APPLICATION AND SELF- INTERACT
INTERACTION NG TIME APPLICATION AND
DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
N WORK THE
TEACHER
TEACHER
Listening: Dialogued exhibition Dialogued exhibition Communicative method
Conversation between a Interpreting texts, Interpreting texts From the Interrelation of
doctor and a patient Practical classes, Practical classes Application generation of communicative skills
Collaborative Collaborative exercises around 3 Hours knowledge, Brainstorming
Reading: environment, Team work environment the book. Application Songs
- A Journal Article Reflective and Team work Presentation of of learning Karaoke
commented readings Reflective and some posters classroom,
Writing: Integrated commented readings related to the real and Collaborative work,
- A pamphlet about cancer communication skills. Integrated main subject of virtual. research.
treatment options communication skills each units.
Individual Visiting Writing papers.
Speaking Expositions and virtual
- Act out the roles based on Group activities. medical
task 7 Workshops libraries for
related to medical sharing ideas
cases in order to and having
research some real
information Research.
according to the
subject.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 8: CANCER
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATION
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMEN AUTONOMOUS AND VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS T (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%) (40%)
Ss work in pairs and in Participatory Individual and group
Read and comprehend
groups. work in class: exhibitions:
new passages.
Ss answer questions Reports of Demonstration of direct Oral and written exams
Develop activities on
related to the presented workshops and use of library or network according to the work
proposed readings:
The students will be able to: reading for gist, identify language activities collaborative collections. done in class.
depending on the team work.
the main idea, etc.
use appropriate vocabulary context of the units and Elaboration and report of Student academic
and phrases related to readings. Reading controls. progress of the projects of portfolio with the
Listen and understand
Cancer procedures integration of knowledge respective reflections and
small pieces of selected
Read to find out main Exhibitions. or others, individual or feedback.
readings.
ideas. collaborative.
PowerPoint
Work individually and in
Follow instructions. presentations. Workshops
groups in order to
accomplish the proposed Listen to conversations Task Review Oral Exercises and
activities. and answer Writings.
comprehension
Complete extra-activities questions. Various Practices,
from WEB related to including platforms
medical purpose
activities related to the Fieldwork
main topic of each unit.

MEDICAL BOOK #3
UNIT # 9: HEART DISEASE
OBJETIVE:

BY THE END OF THE UNIT, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE KNOW HOW TO LIST POSSIBLE DIAGNOSIS
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: DIRECT
DIRECT LEARNI
KNOWLEDGE TO BE APPLICATION AND SELF- INTERACT
INTERACTION NG TIME APPLICATION AND
DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
N WORK THE
TEACHER
TEACHER
Listening: Dialogued exhibition 3 Hours Communicative method
Conversation between a Interpreting texts, Dialogued exhibition Application Interrelation of
doctor and a patient Practical classes, Interpreting texts exercises around From the communicative skills
Collaborative Practical classes the book. generation of Brainstorming
Reading: environment, Team work Collaborative Presentation of knowledge, Songs
- A Website Reflective and environment some posters Application Karaoke
commented readings Team work related to the of learning
Writing: Integrated Reflective and main subject of classroom, Collaborative work,
- An informational brochure communication skills. commented readings each units. real and research.
about a heart condition Integrated Individual virtual.
communication skills Expositions and Writing papers.
Speaking Group activities. Visiting
- Act out the roles based on Workshops virtual
task 7 related to medical medical
cases in order to libraries for
research sharing ideas
information and having
according to the some real
subject. Research.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 9: HEART DISEASE
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATION
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMEN AUTONOMOUS AND VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS T (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%) (40%)
Ss work in pairs and in Participatory Individual and group
Oral and written exams
Read and comprehend groups. work in class: exhibitions:
according to the work
new passages.
Students will be able to: done in class.
Ss answer questions Reports of Demonstration of direct
Develop activities on related to the presented workshops and use of library or network
use appropriate vocabulary Student academic
and phrases related to Heart proposed readings: language activities collaborative collections.
portfolio with the
reading for gist, identify depending on the team work.
condition respective reflections and
the main idea, etc. context of the units and Elaboration and report of
feedback.
readings. Reading controls. progress of the projects of
integration of knowledge
Listen and understand Read to find out main Exhibitions. or others, individual or
small pieces of selected ideas. collaborative.
readings. PowerPoint
Follow instructions. presentations. Workshops
Work individually and in
groups in order to Listen to conversations Task Review Oral Exercises and
accomplish the proposed and answer Writings.
activities. comprehension
questions. Various Practices,
Complete extra-activities including platforms
from WEB related to
medical purpose Fieldwork
activities related to the
main topic of each unit.

MEDICAL BOOK #3
UNIT # 10: TRAUMATIC INJURIES
OBJETIVE:

BY THE END OF THE UNIT, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO KNOW HOW TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS .

LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: DIRECT
DIRECT LEARNI
KNOWLEDGE TO BE APPLICATION AND SELF- INTERACT
INTERACTION NG TIME APPLICATION AND
DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
N WORK THE
TEACHER
TEACHER
From the
generation of
Application knowledge,
exercises around Application Communicative method
Dialogued exhibition the book. of learning Interrelation of
Interpreting texts, Presentation of classroom, communicative skills
Practical classes, some posters real and Brainstorming
Collaborative Dialogued exhibition related to the virtual. Songs
Listening: environment, Team work Interpreting texts main subject of Karaoke
Conversation between a Reflective and Practical classes each units. Visiting
doctor and a nurse commented readings Collaborative Individual virtual Collaborative work,
Integrated environment Expositions and medical research.
Reading: communication skills. Team work Group activities. libraries for
- A poster Reflective and Workshops sharing ideas Writing papers.
commented readings related to medical 3 Hours and having
Writing: Integrated cases in order to some real
- A Patient triage report communication skills research Research.
information
Speaking according to the
- Act out the roles based on subject.
task 7
EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 10: TRAUMATIC INJURIES
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATION
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMEN AUTONOMOUS AND VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS T (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%) (40%)
Students will be able to: Read and comprehend Ss work in pairs and in Participatory
Oral and written exams
new passages. groups. work in class: Individual and group
according to the work
use appropriate vocabulary exhibitions:
and phrases related to done in class.
Develop activities on Ss answer questions Reports of
traumatic injuries proposed readings: related to the presented workshops and
reading for gist, identify language activities collaborative Demonstration of direct Student academic
the main idea, etc. depending on the team work. use of library or network portfolio with the
context of the units and collections. respective reflections and
Listen and understand readings. Reading controls. feedback.
small pieces of selected Elaboration and report of
readings. Read to find out main Exhibitions. progress of the projects of
ideas. integration of knowledge
Work individually and in PowerPoint or others, individual or
groups in order to Follow instructions. presentations. collaborative.
accomplish the proposed
activities. Listen to conversations Task Review Workshops
and answer
Complete extra-activities comprehension Oral Exercises and
from WEB related to questions. Writings.
medical purpose
activities related to the Various Practices,
main topic of each unit. including platforms

Fieldwork

MEDICAL BOOK #3
UNIT # 11: INFECTIONS
OBJETIVE:
BY THE END OF THE UNIT, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO KNOW HOW TO TALK ABOUT PREVENTING HOSPITAL INFECTIONS

ACTIVIDADES DE ORGANIZACIÓN DEL APRENDIZAJE TIEMPO AMBIENTES DE APRENDIZAJE


CONTENIDOS:
INTERACCIÓN APLICACIÓN Y DE MÉTODOS,
CONOCIMIENTOS A TRABAJO
DIRECTA CON EL EXPERIMENTACIÓ APREND TIPO TECNICAS E
DESARROLLAR AUTÓNOMO
PROFESOR N IZAJE INSTRUMENTOS
From the
generation of
knowledge,
Application Application
Listening: exercises around of learning Communicative method
Conversation between a Dialogued exhibition the book. classroom, Interrelation of
nurse and a doctor Interpreting texts, Presentation of real and communicative skills
Practical classes, some posters virtual. Brainstorming
Reading: Collaborative Dialogued exhibition related to the Songs
- A Journal Article environment, Team work Interpreting texts main subject of Visiting Karaoke
Reflective and Practical classes each units. virtual
Writing: commented readings Collaborative Individual medical Collaborative work,
- Notes on a patient Integrated environment Expositions and libraries for research.
communication skills. Team work Group activities. sharing ideas
Speaking Reflective and Workshops and having Writing papers.
- Act out the roles based on commented readings related to medical 3 Hours some real
task 7 Integrated cases in order to Research.
communication skills research
information
according to the
subject.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 11: INFECTIONS
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATION
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMEN AUTONOMOUS AND VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS T (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%) (40%)
Oral and written exams
Read and comprehend Ss work in pairs and in Participatory Individual and group
Students will be able to: according to the work
new passages. groups. work in class: exhibitions:
done in class.
use appropriate vocabulary Develop activities on Ss answer questions Reports of Demonstration of direct Student academic
and phrases related to proposed readings: related to the presented workshops and use of library or network portfolio with the
hospital infections reading for gist, identify language activities collaborative collections. respective reflections and
the main idea, etc. depending on the team work. feedback.
context of the units and Elaboration and report of
Listen and understand readings. Reading controls. progress of the projects of
small pieces of selected integration of knowledge
readings. Read to find out main Exhibitions. or others, individual or
ideas. collaborative.
Work individually and in PowerPoint
groups in order to Follow instructions. presentations. Workshops
accomplish the proposed
activities. Listen to conversations Task Review Oral Exercises and
and answer Writings.
Complete extra-activities comprehension
from WEB related to questions. Various Practices,
medical purpose including platforms
activities related to the
main topic of each unit. Fieldwork

MEDICAL BOOK #3
UNIT # 12: NURSING
OBJETIVE:

BY THE END OF THE UNIT, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE QUALIFICATIONS THAT A NURSE NEEDS .

LEARNING ORGANIZATION LEARNI


LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES NG TIME
DIRECT
DIRECT
CONTENTS: APPLICATION AND SELF- INTERACT
INTERACTION APPLICATION AND
KNOWLEDGE TO BE EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
DEVELOPED N WORK THE
TEACHER
TEACHER
From the
generation of
Application knowledge,
exercises around Application Communicative method
Dialogued exhibition the book. of learning Interrelation of
Interpreting texts, Presentation of classroom, communicative skills
Practical classes, some posters real and Brainstorming
Listening: Collaborative Dialogued exhibition related to the virtual. Songs
Conversation between a job environment, Team work Interpreting texts main subject of Karaoke
interviewer and a nurse Reflective and Practical classes each units. Visiting
commented readings Collaborative Individual virtual Collaborative work,
Reading: Integrated environment Expositions and medical research.
- Job postings communication skills. Team work Group activities. libraries for
Reflective and Workshops sharing ideas Writing papers.
Writing: commented readings related to medical 3 Hours and having
- Notes on the interview Integrated cases in order to some real
communication skills research Research.
Speaking information
- Act out the roles based on according to the
task 7 subject.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 12: NURSING
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATION
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMEN AUTONOMOUS AND VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS T (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%) (40%)
Read and comprehend
new passages. Individual and group
exhibitions:
Ss work in pairs and in
Develop activities on
groups. Participatory
proposed readings: Demonstration of direct
work in class:
reading for gist, identify use of library or network
Ss answer questions
the main idea, etc. collections.
related to the presented Reports of
language activities workshops and Oral and written exams
Listen and understand Elaboration and report of
depending on the collaborative according to the work
small pieces of selected progress of the projects of
Students will be able to: context of the units and team work. done in class.
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readings.
or others, individual or
use appropriate vocabulary Reading controls. Student academic
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and phrases related to Read to find out main portfolio with the
groups in order to
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feedback.
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presentations.
Complete extra-activities Writings.
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from WEB related to
and answer Task Review
medical purpose Various Practices,
comprehension
activities related to the including platforms
questions.
main topic of each unit.
Fieldwork

MEDICAL BOOK #3
UNIT # 13: OB / GYN
OBJETIVE:

BY THE END OF THE UNIT, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO PROVIDE REASURANCE PREGNANT WOMEN .
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: DIRECT
DIRECT LEARNI
KNOWLEDGE TO BE APPLICATION AND SELF- INTERACT
INTERACTION NG TIME APPLICATION AND
DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED ION WITH
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TEACHER
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about entering labor commented readings related to medical 3 Hours and having
Integrated cases in order to some real
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information
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task 7 subject.

EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 13: OB / GYN
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATION
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMEN AUTONOMOUS AND VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS T (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%) (40%)
Read and comprehend
new passages. Individual and group
exhibitions:
Ss work in pairs and in
Develop activities on
groups. Participatory
proposed readings: Demonstration of direct
work in class:
reading for gist, identify use of library or network
Ss answer questions
the main idea, etc. collections.
related to the presented Reports of
language activities workshops and Oral and written exams
Listen and understand Elaboration and report of
depending on the collaborative according to the work
small pieces of selected progress of the projects of
Students will be able to: context of the units and team work. done in class.
readings. integration of knowledge
readings.
or others, individual or
use appropriate vocabulary Reading controls. Student academic
Work individually and in collaborative.
and phrases related to the Read to find out main portfolio with the
groups in order to
OB/GYN Area ideas. Exhibitions. respective reflections and
accomplish the proposed Workshops
feedback.
activities.
Follow instructions. PowerPoint
Oral Exercises and
presentations.
Complete extra-activities Writings.
Listen to conversations
from WEB related to
and answer Task Review
medical purpose Various Practices,
comprehension
activities related to the including platforms
questions.
main topic of each unit.
Fieldwork

MEDICAL BOOK #3
UNIT # 14: NEUROLOGY
OBJETIVE:

BY THE END OF THE UNIT, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO KNOW HOW TO ASK FOR HELP TO AMMEND MISTAKES .

LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: DIRECT
DIRECT LEARNI
KNOWLEDGE TO BE APPLICATION AND SELF- INTERACT
INTERACTION NG TIME APPLICATION AND
DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
N WORK THE
TEACHER
TEACHER
From the
generation of
Application knowledge,
exercises around Application Communicative method
Dialogued exhibition the book. of learning Interrelation of
Interpreting texts, Presentation of classroom, communicative skills
Practical classes, some posters real and Brainstorming
Collaborative Dialogued exhibition related to the virtual. Songs
Listening: environment, Team work Interpreting texts main subject of Karaoke
Conversation between a Reflective and Practical classes each units. Visiting
doctor and a medical student commented readings Collaborative Individual virtual Collaborative work,
Integrated environment Expositions and medical research.
Reading: communication skills. Team work Group activities. libraries for
- A Website Reflective and Workshops sharing ideas Writing papers.
commented readings related to medical 3 Hours and having
Writing: Integrated cases in order to some real
- Medical student’s notes communication skills research Research.
information
Speaking according to the
- Act out the roles based on subject.
task 7
EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 14: NEUROLOGY
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATION
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMEN AUTONOMOUS AND VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS T (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%) (40%)
Individual and group
Read and comprehend exhibitions:
new passages.
Demonstration of direct
Ss work in pairs and in
Develop activities on use of library or network
groups. Participatory
proposed readings: collections.
work in class:
reading for gist, identify
Ss answer questions
the main idea, etc. Elaboration and report of
related to the presented Reports of
progress of the projects of
language activities workshops and Oral and written exams
Listen and understand integration of knowledge
depending on the collaborative according to the work
small pieces of selected or others, individual or
Students will be able to: context of the units and team work. done in class.
readings. collaborative.
readings.
Use appropriate vocabulary Reading controls. Student academic
Work individually and in Workshops
and phrases related to Read to find out main portfolio with the
groups in order to
nervous system disorders. ideas. Exhibitions. respective reflections and
accomplish the proposed Oral Exercises and
feedback.
activities. Writings.
Follow instructions. PowerPoint
presentations.
Complete extra-activities Various Practices,
Listen to conversations
from WEB related to including platforms
and answer Task Review
medical purpose
comprehension
activities related to the Fieldwork
questions.
main topic of each unit.
MEDICAL BOOK #3
UNIT # 15: SURGERY
OBJETIVE:

BY THE END OF THE UNIT, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO KNOW WHAT PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW BEFORE AN OPERATION .

LEARNING ORGANIZATION
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
ACTIVITIES
CONTENTS: DIRECT
DIRECT LEARNI
KNOWLEDGE TO BE APPLICATION AND SELF- INTERACT
INTERACTION NG TIME APPLICATION AND
DEVELOPED EXPERIMENTATIO EMPLOYED ION WITH
WITH THE EXPERIMENTATION
N WORK THE
TEACHER
TEACHER
Application From the Communicative method
Dialogued exhibition exercises around generation of Interrelation of
Interpreting texts, the book. knowledge, communicative skills
Practical classes, Presentation of Application Brainstorming
Collaborative Dialogued exhibition some posters of learning Songs
Listening: environment, Team work Interpreting texts related to the classroom, Karaoke
Conversation between a Reflective and Practical classes main subject of real and
surgeon and a secretary commented readings Collaborative each units. virtual. Collaborative work,
Integrated environment Individual research.
Reading: communication skills. Team work Expositions and Visiting
- Pamphlet Reflective and Group activities. virtual Writing papers.
commented readings Workshops 3 Hours medical
Writing: Integrated related to medical libraries for
- A surgical schedule for the communication skills cases in order to sharing ideas
day research and having
information some real
Speaking according to the Research.
- Dialogue subject.
EVALUATION OF LEARNING
UNIT # 15: SURGERY
EXPECTED RESULTS AND TRAINING PRACTICAL AND ACCREDITATION
CONTENTS ACADEMIC PRESENTATION MANAGEMEN AUTONOMOUS AND VALIDATION
PRODUCTS STANDARDS T (30%) MANAGEMENT (30%) (40%)
Read and comprehend
Individual and group
new passages.
exhibitions:
Ss work in pairs and in
Develop activities on groups. Participatory
Demonstration of direct
proposed readings: work in class:
use of library or network
reading for gist, identify Ss answer questions
collections.
the main idea, etc. related to the presented Reports of
language activities workshops and Oral and written exams
Elaboration and report of
Listen and understand depending on the collaborative according to the work
Students will be able to: progress of the projects of
small pieces of selected context of the units and team work. done in class.
integration of knowledge
use appropriate vocabulary readings. readings.
or others, individual or
Reading controls. Student academic
and phrases related to collaborative.
possible complications in a Work individually and in Read to find out main portfolio with the
groups in order to ideas. Exhibitions. respective reflections and
surgery Workshops
accomplish the proposed feedback.
activities. Follow instructions. PowerPoint
Oral Exercises and
presentations.
Writings.
Complete extra-activities Listen to conversations
from WEB related to and answer Task Review
Various Practices,
medical purpose comprehension
including platforms
activities related to the questions.
main topic of each unit.
Fieldwork
E) PROJECT OF INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE

RESULTS AND
LEARNING INTEGRATIONS WITH EXPECTED ACADEMIC
OBJECTIVE PRESENTATION
ACTIVITIES OTHER SUBJECTS PRODUCTS
STANDARDS

The student will integrate the


Diagnostic Approach:
knowledge and knowledge of the
subject of English with the
Design and planning of
different subjects of the course.
To develop activities: strategies and action of
initiation, intervention
development,
CLASSROOM
presentation and Execution
PROJECT
feedback of the
acquired Evaluation
INTEGRATING INTEGRATIVE PROJECT
knowledge applied Reflection about the
WORKSHOPS
to in the different execution process:
subjects and learning
OPEN HOUSE
environments in • Context
the area of health • Behavior
in the medical career. • Competencies
• Beliefs
• Impact
• Feedback Role
F) BIBLIOGRAPHY

EXISTENCE IN
No TITLE OF THE WORK NUMBER OF COPIES
BASIC

LIBRARY

CAREER PATHS X
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CHECK YOUR ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR MEDICINE


THIRD EDITION
SITES

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http://medicine.kaums.ac.ir/UploadedFiles/Files/Check_Your_English_Vocabulary_for_Medicine.pdf

F) SIGNATURES OF RESPONSIBILITY
RESPONSABILITY RESPONSABLE NAME SIGNATURE DELIVERING DATE

DONE BY: FRANCISCO MERA MSC.

CHECKED BY: DR. JANETH EMEN


MSC. ILHAM KAVRAK

PS. IND. GASTON AULESTIA


APPROVED BY:
CONSTANTE, MSC.

CAREER – SECRETARY:

MISSION

To be a leader in the comprehensive training of general medical professionals with a scientific-humanistic vocation, knowledge and skills of medical
sciences, research strengths and critical, creative and innovative thinking; able to exercise in the field of diagnosis and medical intervention,
rehabilitation, health promotion and disease prevention in a responsible way to the local, regional, national and international projection.
VISION

The Medicine career of the University of Guayaquil will be recognized for its national and international leadership in the field of health for its
commitment to scientific development, humanistic, social responsibility, ethics in compliance with the policies of the National Health System of the
country and of international conventions.
UNIT 1 - BLOOD

Silverton Community Blood Bank

Donor Introduction

Donor Name: Ann Lee Blood type: O-

Thank you for giving blood. Your blood may save the life of someone in need.

At SCBB, we provide blood for transfusions to needy recipients. Not everyone receive
every type of blood. Each person’s red blood cells carry different antibodies. We are
always looking’s for donors with Type O, since everyone’s blood is compatible with type
O. If you are one of these universal donors, we encourage you to donate blood frequently.

Recipients with rarer types like type B and type AB are especially in need of your help.
Of course we also accept Type A since plenty of people can use that type, too.

Our on-site abs- analyze each sample of plasma to ensure we’re providing safe blood. We
know that giving recipients the wrong type can cause blood clots. While some clotting is
necessary to form platelets, clotting with in blood vessels can be very dangerous. We also
screen all donors for infectious diseases like Hepatitis and HIV.

Reading

2 Read the donor information letter. Then, mark the following statements as true (T) or
false (F).

1. T Donor Ann Lee is a universal donor.


2. F The blood bank mostly needs donors with Types B and AB.
3. F Donors risk clots in blood vessels when they give blood.

Vocabulary

3 Fill in the blanks with the correct words and phrases from the word bank.

W O R D BANK

Type O Compatible
Type AB

Universal donor Transfusion


1. This man needs a (n) Transfusion now or he’ll bleed to death.
2. It’s okay to give Type A blood to someone who has Type AB.
3. The blood bank encourages every Universal donor to donate as often as possible.
4. If your blood is Type O , you can give blood to anyone.
5. The hospital does not have any blood that is Compatible with the patient’s
blood.
UNIT 2

Broken Bones

Bone health is vital to a body s general wellbeing. The skeleton provides the bodys
basic framework, while bone marrow is an important part of the immune system.
Damaged bones must be treated carefully to avoid improper healing. This guide will
help you identity fractures so you can treat them accordingly.

Stress fractures require fairly straightforward treatment. The bone is typically cracked
rather than broken all the way through. This means no repositioning is necessary before
the bone heals.

Displaced fractures, on the other hand, are tricky. They require that the bone be reset
before it can heal. Compound fractures and impacted fractures, for example, require
extensive repositioning so the bone heals in the right place. Comminuted fractures are
especially complicated because the bone is split into several pieces

If you work with children, you will likely encounter greenstick fractures. These
common fractures occur when young, soft bones are bent.

Reading

Read the poster on bone fractures. Then, mark the following statements as true (T)
or false (F).

1 Bone marrow is necessary to help heal fractures. (F)

2 Stress fractures are easier to treat than other fractures. (T)

3 Some fractures require repositioning the bone after ¡t heals. (F)

Vocabulary

Match the words (1-7) with the definitions (A-G).

1 _D_ bone 5 _A_ compound

2 _F_ marrow 6_G_ comminuted

3 _E_ impacted 7 _B_ stress fracture

4 _C_ greenstick

A having bone protruding through the skin

B a minor crack in a bone

C the breakage of a young, soft bone


D a strong, hard part of a bodys structure

E having parts crushed together

F a soft substance with immune functions

G being broken into several pieces

Check (√) the sentence that uses the underlined part correctly.

1
( ) A The patient’s stress fracture protruded through his skin.
(√)B The diagram of a skeleton shows all the major bones in the body.

2
( ) A Marrow is the rigid part that makes i a body s structure.
(√)B The technical term for a broken bone is a fracture.

3
(√) A It the displaced bone is not realigned. ¡t may cause permanent disability.
( ) B A greenstick fracture is most common among elderly patients
UNIT 3 Skin

Common Skin Conditions

Skin is the outer covering of the human body. It is made up of three layers. The top
layer is the epidermis. The dermis lies beneath the epidermis. The deepest layer is the
hypodermis. This layer stores subcutaneous fat.

Abnormal skin conditions can occur when the skin is damaged. Or they can be caused
by factor inside the body. Here are a few common skin conditions.

External Causes

Contusion. A contusion is a discolored area of the skin caused by trauma. The


discoloration occurs when blood escapes from damaged capillaries into the skin.

Abrasion. An abrasion is damaged to the epidermis of the skin. Since these scrapes do
not usually cut into the dermis, most abrasions do no bleed.

Internal Causes

Acne. Acne is a common skin disease. It is caused by oils that trap skin cells in pores.
Bacteria then grows. These results in raised red bumps called pimple or other
imperfections of the skin.

Reading

Read the dermatologist`s web page on skin conditions. Then, choose the correct
answers.

1. What is the purpose of the web page?


A. To advertise new acne treatments
B. To describe the parts and common conditions of the skin
C. To provide basic skin care information
D. To compare different skin types
2. Which of the following is NOT caused by external trauma to the skin?
A. A contusion
B. A scrape
C. An abrasion
D. Acne
3. What is true of the hypodermis?
A. It is damaged by abrasions
B. It holds subcutaneous fat
C. It is the outermost layer on the skin
D. It lies between the dermis and the epidermis

Vocabulary
Match the words (1-5) with definitions (A-E)

1 B Contusion

2 E Pore

3 C Hypodermis

4 A Skin

5 D Abrasion

A The soft outer covering of the human body

B A discolored area os skin caused by external trauma

C The innermost layer of the skin

D A scrape on the epidermis of the skin

E A tubular structure in the skin that produces sweat

Read the sentences pair. Choose where the words best fit the blanks.

1 Acne/ Subcutaneous fat

A The hypodermis is composed of subcutaneous fat

B Acne is a common disease of the skin

2 Epidermis/ Dermis

A The epidermis is the outermost layer of the skin

B The hypodermis is a layer of skin directly beneath the dermis


UNIT 4 THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

The organs of the nervous system work as a group. Together they coordinate the actions
of the body and transmit information from one part to another. Neurons form the core of
the nervous system. Other parts of the nervous system, such as the brain, are built form
these.

Neurons, or nerve cells, can transmit information by both electrical and chemical
signaling. They connect to each other to form neural networks, which perform specific
functions. Such networks are capable of massive amounts of information processing.
Different types of neurons serve different purposes. Sensory neurons react to stimuli from
the sense organs, such as light or sound. Involuntary reflexes are triggered by such stimuli.
Motor neurons help the body to move.

The brain and the spinal cord form the central nervous system. Information travels
through nerves and up the spinal cord to the brain, which controls all the body’s systems.
The spinal cord is protected by the vertebrae of the backbone.

READING

1.- Read the textbook entry on the nervous system. Then mark the following
statements as true (T) or false (F).

1. __F__ Nervous only transmit information through electrical signals.


2. __F__ Sensory neurons control movement ability.
3. __T__ Vertebrae surround the spinal cord.
UNIT 5 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

About the Endocrine System

The glands of the endocrine system work together to control many bodily functions.
Everything from hunger to childhood growth is regulated by the hormones of this
system.

Each gland of the endocrine system secretes one or more hormones into the
bloodstream. The hormones travel throughout the body to control certain functions.
Major glands of the system and their purpose include the following:

PITUITARY GLAND: This gland, at the base of the brain below the hypothalamus,
secretes nine hormones that control important functions. These includes growth, blood
pressure, and sexual functions.

THYROID GLAND: The thyroid gland, in the neck below the Adam’s apple, controls
how quickly the body uses energy and make proteins.

PINEAL BODY: The pineal body, or pineal gland, is located in the center of the brain.
It produces melatonin which regulates sleep cycles.

ADRENAL GLAND: One adrenal gland is located above each kidney. They produce
adrenaline, which helps the body respond to stress.

READING

Read the website on the endocrine system, Then, choose the correct answers

1 What is the main idea of the website?

A) How the endocrine system works with other body systems?


B) How glands of the endocrine system control body functions
C) How the endocrine system works during childhood?
D) How hormones travel throughout the body?

2 Which of the following functions is NOT controlled by the pituitary gland

A) Growth
B) Sexual functions
C) Hunger
D) Blood pressure
3 Where is the pineal body located?

A) In the brain
B) In the neck
C) Above the kidney
D) Below the hypothalamus

VOCABULARY

Match the words (1-5) with the definitios

1 gland D
2 secretes C
3 hypothalamus A
4 adrenaline E
5 hormone B

A) the part of the brain that connects the nervous system

B) a chemical released by one part of the body that sends out messages which affect
other parts of the body

C) to emit a substance in order to perform some bodily function

D) a bodily organ that creates a substance and release it, often into the bloodstream

E) a substance that helps the body react to a sudden threat or stress


READ THE SENTENCE PAIR. CHOOSE WHERE THE WORDS BEST FIT
THE BLANKS

1 Melatonin/ endocrine system


A) The endocrine system controls many more bodily functions than you may
realize
B) He is not producing enough melatonin to control his daily sleep cycle.

2 pineal body/ thyroid gland


A) Did you know the thyroid gland in the neck?
B) The pineal body helps control sleep patterns.

3 adrenal gland/ pituitary gland


A) You have a(n) adrenal gland above each kidney.
B) The pituitary gland produces a hormone that helps children grow.
UNIT 6: REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

Southwest Reproductive Health Clinic

Know your reproductive system

There is often puzzlement surrounding the reproductive system. Understanding its parts
and how it works can help you maintain its health.

The reproductive system is the only system in which males and female have very different
parts. This includes not only the external genitals- the males penis and female vagina –
but inside as well. The gonads are the organs which produce sex cells. In males the testes
produce sperm while in the female the ovaries produce egg cells. Should a sperm cell
reach an egg cell during intercourse, fertilization occurs.

At Southwest Reproductive Health Clinic we offer a variety of services help you maintain
reproductive health. We counsel sexually active patients about using birth control and
preventing the spread of STDs such as HIV. We can advise on a variety of contraceptive
methods including condoms and the pill. If you or your partner suffers from infertility,
we can present you with treatment options.

READING

Read the pamphlet on reproductive health. Then, mark the following statements as
true (T) or false (F)

1. F Only males have gonads


2. T The clinic gives advice about preventing both pregnancy and STDs
3. T The clinic does not provide fertility treatments

VOCABULARY

Match the words (1-6) with the definitions (A-F)

1. B STD
2. C Testes
3. F Infertility
4. A Intercourse
5. D Ovaries
6. E Contraceptive
A. The sexual act in which the male penis enters the female vagina
B. An illness that is passed from one person to another through sexual activity
C. The organs in the male body that produce sperm
D. The organs in the female body that produce egg cells
E. A method of birth control that prevents fertilization of the egg cell
F. The inability to have children

Read the sentence pair. Choose where the words best fit the blanks

1 gonads/ reproductive system

A. It is important to keep the organs of the reproductive system healthy.


B. The male and female gonads produce different sex cells.

2 sexually active/ birth control

A. Every sexually active person should be aware of contractive use.


B. There are several safe and effective methods of birth control.

3 condom/ genitalia

A. Using a condom reduces but does not eliminate the chance of STD
transmission.
B. It is important to have your genitalia examined at regular checkups