HIV/ AIDS : ARE YOU AT RISK?
1.To learn basic information about what HIV/AIDS is. 2. How it is contacted and how to protect oneself from getti
ng the disease. 3. Your attitude towards AIDS and AIDS patients. StepⅠ: Lead-in Question: Do you know the three biggest killers in the world? Step II : ? ? ? Background introduction
By the end of 2003, an estimated 42 million people around the world were living with HIV/AIDS. More than 7 million people in Asia and the Pacific are living with HIV/AIDS.There are about 28 million people are living in Africa The world health organization regarded the December 1 of each year as World AIDS Day in1988 , because the first AIDS cases are first diagnosed in December 1, 1981.
Quiz : background knowledge ? Q1. Roughly how many people worldwide are living with HIV ? A.about10 million. C.about30 million ? ? ? A. Africa A.1982 A.1981 Step III: Task 1: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Task 2: Choose the best answers. B. Through hugging, touching or kissing. D. Through visiting someone with AIDS. 1) How does HIV spread? A．Through blood and other body fluid. C．Through mosquitoes. B. Europe B 1988 B.1982 B. about20million D . about40 million C. USA C. 1991 C.1993 D. Asia D. 1993 D.1985
Q2. Which region has most people living with HIV/ AIDS? Q3. When is the first World AIDS day? Q4. When did doctors in the USA first became aware of AIDS? Reading ------- HIV/ AIDS : ARE YOU AT RISK? Listen to the passage and find the main idea for each part Ways to protect yourself. Some wrong statement about AIDS. Background information about HIV / AIDS.
2) The word “homosexuals” means _____. A. people only attracted by the same sex C. people who are very sexy. 3) We can infer from the passage that ____. A. HIV is equal to AIDS B. HIV is different from AIDS C. HIV weakens a person’s immune system D. People can have HIV in their blood for quite a long time 4) In order to stay safe, you _________. A. should not share needles with someone else. B. have to avoid using anything else that the person has used while injecting drugs. C. should use a condom if you have sex with another one. D. All of the above. Task 3: Read the text, then answer the questions: 1. What’s a virus? 2. How does HIV affect people’s health? 3. What is the difference between AIDS and HIV? Step IV: Summary B. people who don’t care about themselves D. people who often have sex.
HIV is a _____. It weakens a person’s ________ system. The _____ of the illness is called AIDS. HIV is spread through ______ or the _____ that the body makes during sex. Until now, scientists do not have a _____ for the disease. So, you need to _______ yourself. If you inject drugs, do not share your ________ with anyone else. If you have sex with a male or a female, use a _______. If one sexual partner has HIV, the other partner could become ________. You can not tell by _______ at someone whether or not they have HIV. Step V: Discussion (Discuss in groups of four) How should we act towards people who have HIV/ AIDS? What can we do to help them?