- Read w/ Q-Classroom
- Vocabulary/Expressions (par.1) a virus that passes (par.2) fatigue exposure to virus (par.3) respiratory [rɛspərətɔri] runny or stuffy nose (par.4) immunity – immune to sth, ~ from prosecution (par.6) infect-> infection-infectious (par.7) result in sth to have a particular effect/result, to make sth happen: The accident ~ed in 24 deaths. (par.8) vaccine [væksin] vaccinate-vaccination
=> What do you think-2 Some people worry a lot about catching the flu from others, and some people are not very concerned. How concerned are you, on a scale from 1, not concerned at all, and 10, (on a scale of one to ten) extremely concerned? Speak your answer in 90 seconds..
Inside Reading Unit 4 Reading-2 Immunization against Diseases of Public Health Importance
- Reading Skill: Interpreting Charts (Pie Chart/p.60), Graphs (Figure 1/p.51, Figure 3/p.52), and Tables (Figure 2/p.51, Table 1, 2/p.58): Are they helpful to explain the topic/main point? Do you need to look up all the unknown words, names of the diseases in the dictionary to understand message of the report?
- Apply A. Pair Ask a partner a question about the figures in the pie chart.
- Apply B. Create a table depicting the information with numbers and percentages => Pair Compare
- > Blog Table 1. Outbreak of Polio in Africa in 2008 and 2009
=> Speak Show the table and give a 60-sec. presentation to a partner=> Pair
- Read-3-> Study Words/Expressions/Grammar – Non disease words
Dic immune - protected from a particular disease by inoculation: safe, invulnerable, resistant; ~ to measles
- exempt, protected, free: ~ from punishment - not responsive, resistant: ~ to new ideas.
-> immunity; ~ to infection, the vaccine provides ~ against flu. - protected from sth; grant ~ from prosecution
-> immunize: ~ against sth -> immunization; ~ program to prevent epidemics
[P1-L7~11] Verbs; avoid, prevent, reduce, ease (strain, pain, tension, problem), save
[L10] strain (v) stretch; ~ a rope, ~ the budget, injure, to make effort; ~ my ears to hear (n) pressure; under ~, put a ~ on sth, injury; muscle ~ [P2-L14] eradicate; eliminate, destroy, abolish, get rid of, remove, extinguish
[P-3] cover-coverage the amount or extent to which something is covered - (journalism) the amount and quality of reporting or analysis given to a particular subject or event [L37] sub-Saharan Africa area that lies south of the Sahara Desert [L40] incidence the rate of occurrence/influence of sth, especially of something unwanted: the high ~ of heart disease in men over 40. [P5-L46] inhale; breathe in -> inhaler [L48] variolate-variolation to inoculate with the smallpox virus 天然痘ウィルスを接種する [P7-L63] antigen [ˈæntɪdʒən] a substance that enters the body and causes disease, stimulates the production of antibodies [L64] bacterium [bækˈtɪəriəm] <- bacteria(pl) [L67] toxin poisonous substances produced by bacteria; poison-> antitoxin, toxic [L72] lymphocyte [ˈlɪmfəsaɪt] a type of white blood cell [P8-L74] antibody a substance produced in the blood in response to an antigen [L84] invading agent (Chemistry) a substance that causes a reaction. [P9-L86] bacterium [bækˈtɪəriəm] singular of bacteria [bækˈtɪəriə] [L91] germ a microorganism that produces disease, a simple structure like a fertilized egg [L91] side effects [P11-L102] complications a new problem/illness that makes treatment of a previous one more complicates/difficult; died of ~, develop ~ [P12-L109] cost-effective
Blog Disease terms
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