2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 4 Reading-2 Immunization against Diseases of Public Health Importance
Read=> Summarize each chunk by subtitle in our own words. Check the word family to paraphrase.
[P1-2] It is effective to develop immunity by vaccine to reduce deadly diseases such as small pox or poliomyelitis.
[P3-4] Though WHO’s immunization program has widely implemented and new vaccines have reduced some fatal diseases, there still are many children who haven’t received the vaccines yet especially in Asia and Africa.
[P5-6] Vaccination against smallpox started as early as the 10th century in Central Asia (and against other diseases like rabies, diphtheria, tetanus tuberculosis, polio and measles in the 18th to 20th centuries).
[P7-9] Vaccination strengthens the immune system to detect and defend against a particular virus or bacterium for a long period of time.
[P10-11] Vaccination has considerable effects to develop immunity and is relatively safe.
[P12-13] Development of immune system by vaccine is the most economical and conventional method against deadly infectious diseases.
[P14] The Global Vaccine Plan tries to develop new vaccines, as well as to expand the use of vaccines to the poor.
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 4 Visual Art
Web: A Conversation between three students at an art museum
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