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Unit 2. Health. Lesson 3. A closer look 2

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The Healthy Habits Song For Kids
Match the health problems in the box with the pictures:

sore throat
He should eat less.
He should sleep less.
He should exercise more.
Grammar: Imperatives with more and less
b. Use:

V + O + MORE / LESS + N.
We can use the imperative for direct commands, orders or suggestions.

+ Do more exercise.
+ Eat more fruit / vegetables
+ Sleep more.
+ Wash your hands more
+ Eat less junk food.
+ Sunbathe less
+ Watch less TV.
+ Spend less time playing computer games.
1. Look at the pictures. Which advice would you give to each of these people? Use the imperatives with more or less.
- Eat more fruit / vegetables.
- Sleep more.
- Wash your hands more.
He is having a flu.
+ Spend less time playing computer games.
He has problem with his eyesight.
Do more exercise.
Eat less junk food.
She is overweight and she is obese now.
Sunbathe less.
She gets serious sunburns.
2. Top health tips for teens
Look at the health tips in the yellow box. Which six do you think are the most important to you and your classmates? Explain why?
Ex: I think the tip “Watch less TV” is the most important because most of the students in my class spends so much time watching TV.
We asked doctors and health experts around the world for their top health tips. Do you want to know how you can stay healthy? Then read on!
3. Look at the article on the Teen Health website. Fill in the blanks to complete their top six health tips.
1. ________________________________
Staying in shape is our most important tip. You can play football, or even go for long walks. It’s OK, but make sure it’s times a week or more.
2. ________________________________
Getting plenty of rest is really important! It helps you to avoid depression and it helps you to concentrate at school. You’ll also be fresher in the morning!
Do more exercise.
Sleep more.
3. ________________________________
You are what you eat! So make sure it’s healthy food like fruit and vegetables, not junk food.. It can help you to avoid obesity too.

4. ________________________________
It’s so easy to get flu. We should all try to keep clean more. Then flu will find it harder to spread.
Eat less junk food.
Wash your hands more.
5. ________________________________
There are some great things to watch. But too much isn’t good for you or your eyes.
6. ________________________________
Many of us love computer games, but we should spend less time playing them. Limit your time to just one hour, two or three days a week, or less.
Watch less TV.
Spend less time playing computer games
What are these words “AND, OR, BUT, SO” called?
They are called coordinating conjunctions.
What is a coordinating conjunction used for?
It is used to join two simple sentences into one.
What do we call a sentence combined from two sentences?
We call it a compound sentence.
Compound sentences:
a. Form:
Simple sentence,
b. Use:
when we want to join two ideas, we can link two simple sentences to form a compound sentence. We can do this using a coordinating conjunction like and (for addition), or (for choice), but (for contrast), or so (for a result)
Simple sentence.

4. Make compound sentences by joining the two simple sentences. Use the conjunction given. Remember to add a comma.
1. I want to eat some food. I have a sore throat. (but)

2. The Japanese eat healthily. They live for a long time. (so)

3. I feel tired. I feel weak. (and)

4. You can go and see the doctor. You can go to bed now and rest. (or)

 I want to eat some food, but I have a sore throat.
 The Japanese eat healthily, so they live for a long time.
 I feel tired, and I feel weak.
 You can go and see the doctor, or you can go to bed now and rest.
5. Match the beginnings of the sentences with the picture that completes them.
1. Nick washes his hands a lot , so ….
2. David eats lots of junk food, and ….
3. The doctor told Elena she should sleep more, or
4. My sister plays computer games, but …
She should try to relax more.
She does exercise too.
He doesn’t do exercise.
He doesn’t have flu.
1. Hung washes his hands a lot, so...

2. David eats lots of junk food, and...

3. The doctor told Elena she should sleep more, or…

4. My sister plays computer games, but...
6. Now, complete the second part of the compound sentences.
doesn’t have flu.
he doesn’t do exercise.
she should try to relax more.
she does exercise too.

+ Learn the structures by heart.
+ Do exercises B1,2,3,4,5,6,7/ page 10,11,12
+ Prepare for Communication.
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