Teachers Together English – L4U08 – Visit the Doctor

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Difficulty: B1

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TTE - Level 4 - Visit the Doctor

These lessons are part of the Teachers Together English Curriculum. The lessons in this unit are related to “Visiting the Doctor“. These lessons are designed for young learners and are considered intermediate (B1).

  • Vocabulary includes doctor, nurse, sick, appointment, headache, pain, temperature, aspirin, cold, sore throat, cough, earache, rest, flu, fever, ache, feel better, stomach ache, blood, bleed, cut, clean, medicine, illness, pill, prescription, pharmacy, broken bone, accident, ambulance, hospital, painful, recover, get better, get worse
  • High-Frequency Words (HFW) include (edit, describe, classify, separate, difference, similar, detail).
  • Grammar covers verbs.
  • Academic Vocabulary will help learners understand questions.

There are 10 complete lessons in this course. The fifth lesson is a free talk lesson, and the tenth lesson is an assessment lesson to learn more about what learners know.

As a bonus, helpful links are included to a variety of other games and resources that can be used to supplement or extend the lessons.

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Course Instructor

Meaghan Meaghan Author

I am a certified Canadian teacher. I hold a Bachelor of Science with an Honours degree in Biology, Bachelor of Education in Science and Math education, and a Masters of Education in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning. I also have a TEFL certificate. I have more than 10 years of classroom experience, and more than 20 years of experience working with learners of all ages. My subjects of expertise are biology, oceanography, chemistry, physics, mathematics, English as a Second Language. In addition to classroom teaching, I am an Educational Developer, and have more than 10 years of experience developing and designing e-learning and curriculum. I also have five years of experience teaching English online to second language learners in China, and many years of experience teaching first aid, home safety, and babysitting courses.

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