All Unit Activities

Below you will find all course units and their respective description, activities and downloads
Unit name Reading Vocabulary Activities Downloads
1. The Human Body
This unit discusses the organs of the human body.
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2. Medical Equipment
This unit discusses hospital medical equipment.
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3. In the Hospital
This unit discusses hospital terminology.
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4. Diagnosis I
This unit discusses the TV show House and how doctors make diagnoses.
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5. Diagnosis II
This unit discusses diagnostic methods and modern techniques.
20 8
6. Diseases and Illness
This unit discusses common diseases and trends in medicine.
20 8
7. Anatomy
This unit discusses the most important bones and muscles of the human anatomy.
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8. Surgery
This unit discusses surgery vocabulary.
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9. Mental Health
This unit discusses general mental health vocabulary.
20 8
10. Dentistry
This unit discusses basic dentistry.
20 8
11. English For Nursing I
This is the first of three units on nursing. It includes basic nursing vocabulary and an interview with a nurse.
20 8
12. English for Nursing II
This unit will train nurses and other medical staff how to discuss key tasks and challenges nurses face in their daily work. The unit features 20 new vocabulary terms and part 2 of the interview with a nurse.
20 8
13. English for Nursing III
This is the final unit on nursing. It contains more nursing vocabulary and a reading on the role of nurses.
20 8
14. Routine Checkups
This unit discusses basic routine checkups.
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15. At the Pharmacy
This unit discusses pharmacies and drug vocabulary.
20 8
16. English for EMT's I
This unit discusses basic EMT vocabulary.
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17. English for EMT's II
This unit discusses even more basic EMT vocabulary.
20 8
18. Elderly Care
This unit discusses caring for the elderly.
20 8
19. Hospital Administration
This unit discusses hospital administration.
20 8
20. Medical Slang
This unit discusses slang used in the medical field.
20 8
21. ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome
This unit discusses ADHD and Asperger's, two common but unfortunately underrepresented psychological disorders.
20 8
22. Coronavirus COVID-19
People who are [infected] with the Covid-19 virus often have flulike symptoms, such as fever, coughing, sore throat and difficulty breathing. This unit includes some useful vocabulary to discuss the coronavirus.
20 8
23. Epidemics, Viruses, and Pandemics
Smaller than bacteria, viruses are microscopic organisms that need another living thing - a host - to live and multiply. This unit teaches the most important vocabulary to discuss viruses as well as the dramatic spread of illnesses to cause epidemics and even pandemics.
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