Key vocabulary associated with the
hospital ward worksheets:
a burn, a sprain, itchy eyes, a backache, a broken arm, a runny nose, a cut, a bruise, a stuffy nose, a fracture, a headache, an infection, medical wards and hospital departments: cardiology, radiology, ophthalmology, pediatrics ...
hospital explanation worksheethas a
hospital ward introduction dialogue. There is a sample hospital layout at the bottom of the page with the key vocabulary. - Do the
introductory dialoguein pairs or small groups.
- Go over the language and vocabulary on the second page. Then have the students practice the dialogue together substituting in the new terms.
- The third page helps students to explain about the hospital wards.
- Have them do the brainstorming activity and then review the two ways to describe a hospital ward or hospital department.
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