Thứ Hai, 27 tháng 5, 2024

Talking about Hospital - Kids

 Part 1: Vocabularies

Hospital Staff :

  • Doctor (n) /ˈdɒktər/

Example: The doctor will see you now.

  • Nurse (n) /nɜːs/

Example: The nurse took my temperature.

  • Surgeon (n) /ˈsɜːrdʒən/

Example: The surgeon performed a successful operation.

  • Receptionist (n) /rɪˈsepʃənɪst/

Example: The receptionist asked me for my insurance information.

  • Paramedic (n) /ˌpærəˈmedɪk/

Example: The paramedics arrived quickly to the scene of the accident.

Hospital Departments :

  • Emergency Room (n) /ɪˈmɜːrdʒənsi ruːm/

Example: I need to go to the emergency room, I think I broke my arm.

  • Cardiology (n) /ˌkɑːrdiˈɑːlədʒi/

Example: The cardiology department treats heart conditions.

  • Dermatology (n) /ˌdɜːrməˈtɒlədʒi/

Example: If you have a skin rash, you should visit the dermatology department.

  • Pediatrics (n) /ˌpiːdiˈætrɪks/

Example: The pediatrics department is for children.

  • Surgery (n) /ˈsɜːrdʒəri/

Example: He needs surgery on his knee.

Medical Tools :
  • Stethoscope (n) /ˈsteθəskəʊp/

Example: The doctor listened to my chest with a stethoscope.

  • Thermometer (n) /θəˈmɒmɪtər/

Example: The nurse used a thermometer to check my temperature.

  • Syringe (n) /sɪˈrɪndʒ/

Example: The doctor used a syringe to give me an injection.

  • Bandage (n) /ˈbændɪdʒ/

Example: The nurse put a bandage on my cut.

  • Scissors (n) /ˈsɪzəz/

Example: The doctor used scissors to cut the bandage.

  • Scalpel (n) /ˈskælpəl/

Example: Surgeons use a scalpel to make incisions.

  • Forceps (n) /ˈfɔːsɛps/

Example: Forceps are used to hold or grasp objects during surgery.

  • Wheelchair (n) /ˈwiːltʃeər/

Example: He needed a wheelchair after his surgery.

  • Crutches (n) /ˈkrʌtʃɪz/

Example: She used crutches to help her walk after she broke her leg.

  • Microscope (n) /ˈmaɪkrəskəʊp/

Example: The scientist looked at the bacteria under a microscope.

  • X-ray (n) /ˈeks reɪ/

Example: The doctor took an X-ray of my broken arm.

  • Stretcher (n) /ˈstretʃər/

Example: They carried the injured player off the field on a stretcher.

Phrases to communicate in hospital:

  1. I need to see a doctor.

  2. I'm feeling sick.

  3. I have a headache/stomachache/fever.

  4. I think I broke my arm/leg.

  5. I need some pain medication.

  6. I'm allergic to …..

  7. Where is the bathroom?

  8. Can I have some water?

  9. When will the doctor see me?

  10. How long will the surgery take?

  11. Will I need to stay overnight?

  12. What are the side effects of this medication?

  13. How often should I take this medicine?

  14. What kind of tests do I need to have?

  15. I need to make an appointment.

Part 2: Guessing Game

Can you guess the word?

  1. I wear a uniform and help the doctor. I take care of patients. (Nurse)

  2. This medical tool is used to take your temperature. (Thermometer)

  3. This person performs operations in the hospital. (Surgeon)

  4. This person answers the phone and schedules appointments at the hospital. (Receptionist)

  5. You might need this to help you walk if you break your leg. (Crutches)

  6. This department takes care of people who have been in accidents. (Emergency Room)

  7. This medical tool is used to see very small things, like bacteria. (Microscope)

  8. This is a picture of your bones that a doctor m

  9. ight take if they think you have a fracture. (X-ray)

  10. You lie on this if you are being taken to the operating room. (Stretcher)

Part 3: Questions

  1. Why would someone go to the emergency room?

  2. What do you do if you have a high fever?

  3. Which department would you go to if you had a skin problem?

  4. Name three different medical tools and their uses.

  5. What would you say to the receptionist when you arrive at the hospital?

  6. What does a surgeon do?

  7. Why might someone need to use a wheelchair?

  8. What questions could you ask the doctor about your medication?

  9. What are three things you can do to stay healthy?

  10. What do paramedics do?

  11. What is the difference between a doctor and a nurse?

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