Most teenagers are concerned with their health, which makes the topic easy to relate to. Besides, it’s good to talk about health with our students in any class, even in English.
Tell Me How You Feel – YouTubehttps://youtu.be/2_cu5Hk3xrA
Friends share their feelings through this groovy music! A catchy song with funny acting with “Muppets”
I’m Sick – YouTubehttps://youtu.be/iQLp-P5nA60
I am an ESL/EFL teacher and try to find different, fun, and creative ways to teach English. The presenter may seem childish for some, but the vocabulary is good
Body, Head, Arm, Leg, Internal Organs Picture dictionaries with audio and activities
Feelings Picture dictionary with audio and activities
First Aid Kit PowerPointhttp://busyteacher.org/21416-first-aid-kit-powerpoint.html
This PowerPoint deals with some vocabulary items that we can find in a first aid kit, such as ice pack, thermometer, bandages, etc.
Identifying Feelingshttp://www.web-esl.com/feelings/feelings.htmlBasic Vocabulary for feelings, illustrated with Emojis and audio
Taking Care of Yourselfhttp://www.web-esl.com/hygiene/snds.html
Basic Vocabulary for Everyday activities with audio.
Inquiring About Health (6:59) Three dialogues, first without and then with subtitles. Some questions at the side
The same dialogue twice, the second time with subtitles and pauses
Easy Conversation: 1. A Stomachachehttp://www.eslfast.com/easydialogs/ec/health01.htm
A: I have a stomachache. B: Is it something you ate? A: Maybe. I’m not sure. B: What did you have for breakfast? A: The usual, cereal with milk and a banana. B: Maybe the milk…
A1.2. What’s the Matter? Listen to the conversation and answer the questions
The first few activities in each part can be shown on IWB, the rest 1:1.
Talking about Feelings/Health Use the Phrases, read the instructions and let students make dialogues
Clean Hands A short text with ‘3rd person singular’ sentences.
This is an elementary English language exercise introducing body parts vocabulary. A downloadable worksheet, match the words with the pictures
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