Vocabulary for Describing Health and Medical Sciences
Objective: At the end of the lesson, the student will be able to use appropriate vocabulary to describe health and medical sciences.
I. Introduction (5 minutes)
A. Introduction to lesson topic: Today, we are going to learn vocabulary related to health and medical sciences.
B. Vocabulary overview: We will cover words related to the body and its systems, diseases and treatments, medical tools and procedures and medical professionals.
II. Main Activity (15 minutes)
A. Body parts and systems: We will start with vocabulary related to the body and its systems. These include words such as anatomy, physiology, organs, tissue and cells.
B. Diseases and treatments: Next, we will discuss vocabulary related to diseases and treatments. These include words such as ailment, diagnosis, infection, remedy and prescription.
C. Medical tools and procedures: We will also practice using words related to medical tools and procedures. These include words such as stethoscope, surgery, medication, therapy and diagnosis.
D. Medical professionals: Finally, we will review vocabulary related to medical professionals, such as doctor, nurse, surgeon, psychologist and pharmacist.
III. Summary (10 minutes)
A. Review: We have discussed vocabulary related to the body and its systems, diseases and treatments, medical tools and procedures and medical professionals.
B. Exercise: Let’s practice using these words in sentences.
C. Homework: For homework, you should write a short essay using at least five of the words from today’s lesson.
IV. Conclusion (2 minutes)
A. Summary: Today, we discussed vocabulary related to health and medical sciences.
B. Assignment: Remember to complete the homework assignment before the next class.
- Introduction to lesson topic and vocabulary overview
- Main activity with discussion of body parts and systems, diseases and treatments, medical tools and procedures, and medical professionals
- Summary with review, exercise, and homework
- Conclusion with summary and assignment