Повідомлення про робочий день фармацевта. Розвинути діалогічне мовлення. Вивчити теперішній перфектний час. Включити засвоєний лексико-граматичний матеріал в активне спілкування. Stages of the Lesson



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Методична розробка для студентів

до самостійної позааудиторної роботи №11

по темі «Му Future Career»

(Фармацевтичний факультет (заочна форма навчання),

курс І, семестр І)
Text: Career of a Pharmacist

Grammar: The Present Perfect Tense
Мета самостійної позааудиторної роботи №11

              1. Вивчити лексичний матеріал, що стосується теми.

              2. Ознайомитися з особливостями професії аптекаря.

              3. Робити усне повідомлення про робочий день фармацевта.

              4. Розвинути діалогічне мовлення.

              5. Вивчити теперішній перфектний час.

              6. Включити засвоєний лексико-граматичний матеріал в активне спілкування.


Stages of the Lesson
I. Active Vocabulary


career

pharmaceutical

prescription drugs

side effect

compounding

ingredient

dosage

interaction

manufacturer

marketing

sales

expertise

owner

skilled

vital

intermediary

healthcare provider

to implement

sterile

dangerous

gloves

protective

equipment

professional ethics

професія, рід заняття

фармацевтичний

ліки, що відпускаються за рецептом

побічна дія

приготування (лікарськ. засобу)

складова частина, інгредієнт

дозування, доза

взаємодія

виробник

збут, торгівля, маркетинг

продаж, реалізація продукції

компетентність, спец. Знання

власник

досвідчений, кваліфікований



дуже важливий

посередник

медичний працівник

здійснювати

стерильний

небезпечний

рукавиці

захисний


обладнання, оснащення

професійна етика



II. Read the text «Career of a Pharmacist».
Answer the following questions on the text.

  1. What do pharmacists do?

  2. Do they advise patients, physicians, and other health practitioners on the selection, dosages, interactions, and side effects of medications?

  3. What is compounding?

  4. Can pharmacists diagnose or treat health conditions?

  5. Some pharmacists are involved in research for pharmaceutical manufacturers, aren't they?

  6. Can pharmacists work in marketing or sales?

  7. What may pharmacists own?

  8. What makes pharmacists a vital part of any healthcare team?

  9. Where and how do pharmacists work?

  10. What higher educational establishments are pharmacists trained at?

  11. What subjects are students taught?

  12. Is it necessary for students to spend time working with experienced pharmacists? Why?


III. Do the following vocabulary and speech exercises


                  1. Explain the meaning of the following words and word-combinations. Use them in the situations of your own.

Prescription drugs; side effects of medications; safely and effectively; compounding; pharmaceutical company; harmful drug interactions; research; small-business owner; healthcare team; to spend most of the workday on feet; protective equipment; professional ethics; experienced pharmacists.


                  1. Say if the following statements are true or false. Correct the false statements to make them true.

1. Pharmacists are health professionals who practice the art and science of pharmacy.

2. Sometimes, pharmacists mix the medicine themselves.

3. Pharmacists don't ensure the safe and effective use of medications.

4. Pharmacists have many areas of expertise and are a critical source of medical knowledge in clinics, hospitals, and community pharmacies throughout the world.

5. Pharmacists can't legally own the chemist's.

6. Many pharmacists must stand while they work.

7. Pharmacists mustn't wear gloves and masks when they work with dangerous chemicals.

8. Some pharmacists are employed full time or part time as university lecturers, teaching classes and performing research in a wide range of areas.




                  1. Supply as many facts as possible to prove the following.

  1. Pharmacists take direct responsibility for patients and their disease states, and medications.

  2. Pharmacists are responsible for the accuracy of every prescription.

  3. To become a good specialist in future a student must study hard.

  4. Being a pharmaceutical student one must learn professional ethics, concepts of public health, and business management.




                  1. Using the information given below speak on a day in a pharmacist's life.

On a typical day a pharmacist will

  • advise physicians and other health practitioners on the selection, dosages, interactions, and side effects of medications;

  • monitor the health and progress of patients in response to drug therapy;

  • advise patients and answer questions about prescription drugs, including questions about possible side effects and interactions among different drugs;

  • provide information and make recommendations about over-the-counter drugs;

Pharmacists may also

  • give advice about diet, exercise, or stress management;

  • help patients manage conditions such as diabetes, asthma, smoking cessation, or high blood pressure;

  • advise patients about durable medical equipment and home healthcare supplies.




    1. Memorize the meaning of the following term-element.

Pharm(aco) - combining form of Greek origin denoting drug or medicine


    1. Read the definition and fill in the blanks with the words given in brackets. Consult the glossary.

      1. The scientific study of medicines and drugs used for treating medical conditions.

      2. The science of the preparation and dispensing of prescribed drugs - … .

      3. Someone whose job is to prepare medicines for sale in a shop or in a hospital -.

      4. The study of medicines derived from natural sources - … .

      5. The place where drugs are prepared, dispensed, or sold - … .

      6. Relating to pharmacy or pharmacists - … .

      7. A mania for medicines - … .

      8. A book containing a compilation of pharmaceutical products with their formulas and methods of preparation - ... .

      9. Treatment of disease through the use of drugs - ... .

(Pharmacognosy, pharmaceutics, pharmaceutical, pharmacist, pharmacomania, pharmacology, pharmcotherapy, pharmacy, pharmacopeia)
IV. Do the following grammar exercises


The Present Perfect is NOT used with the following adverbial modifiers of time:

  • yesterday, the day before yesterday, last week, two days ago

I have bought the tablets today, but I bought the tablets yesterday.

  • on Monday, in July, in 2005

I have been his patient since 2006. but I was his patient in 2006.

Where have you gone? but When did you go?


I. Make the following statements interrogative. Translate into Ukrainian.

    1. They have already discussed what profession to choose.

    2. The pharmacist has just counselled the patient on optimal use of drugs.

    3. She has answered questions about prescription drugs, including questions about possible side effects.

    4. The patient has already taken cough mixture.

    5. The chemist's manager has painted in the details the dispensing pharmacist's duties.

    6. The students have written a test on module one this week.




      1. Replace the infinitives in brackets by the Present Perfect or Past Indefinite.

        1. ... you ever (to hear) ... of pharmacists' duties and responsibilities?

        2. Two months ago I (to have) ... practice at the chemist's and (to get) ... to know the job duties of a pharmacist.

        3. He (to work) ... as pharmaceutical sales representative since 1995.

        4. This pharmacist (to work) ... for health insurance company last year.

        5. Last month he (to supervise) ... pharmacy students serving as interns.

        6. I (to study) ... for the professional examination since Monday.

        7. The students (to do) ... everything ordered by the pharmacist. Now they can leave the chemist's.

        8. Two years ago students of the pharmaceutical department (to learn) ... professional ethics, concepts of public health, and business management.

        9. Yesterday they (to wear) ... gloves and masks working with dangerous pharmaceutical products.

        10. Recently I (to spend) ... most of my workday on my feet.




      1. Translate into English.

  1. Вчора вона ходила в аптеку, щоб купити мазь від болю в спині.

  2. Сьогодні вранці вона пішла в аптеку, щоб купити мазь від болю в спині.

  3. Подивись! Олена йде в аптеку, щоб купити мазь від болю в спині.

  4. Олег часто ходить в аптеку купувати мазь від болю в спині.

  5. Студент усе ще друкує реферат про професію фармацевта.

  6. Студент уже надрукував реферат про професію фармацевта.

  7. Іван надрукував реферат про професію фармацевта минулого тижня.

  8. Марія друкує дуже швидко.

Методичну розробку складено викладачем Цебрук І. Ф.



Методичну розробку обговорено і затверджено на кафедрі мовознавства. Протокол № від
Зав. кафедри мовознавства, професор Голод Р.Б.


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