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CBSE Assessment of Speaking and Listening ASL, New Task and Speaking Test Examples (ASL) with conversation and Questions and Answers for Class 10 and Class 11. Test No 7

 

A VISIT TO THE DOCTOR’S OFFICE

 

Situation:Laura has not been feeling well lately. Today she goes to see her doctor for a physical checkup.

Laura: Good morning, I have an appointment with Doctor Clark at 8:30.

Clerk: Let me pull your record. In the meantime, please sign-in and have a seat.

Nurse: Laura Nicholson.

Laura: Here

Nurse: Follow me to Room A please.

Nurse: Here we are. What are your reasons for seeing Doctor Clark today?

Laura: Well, lately I have been feeling tired, and occasionally I have had really bad headaches and an upset stomach. On top of that, I have had this persistent cough for the last two weeks.

Nurse: When did you start having these symptoms?

Laura: I started feeling tired about two months ago; then, a little bit after that the headaches came. I got the upset stomach long before feeling tired.

Nurse: Are you taking any medications?

Laura: Only my vitamins.

Nurse: What vitamins are you taking?

Laura: I am taking a multi-vitamin tablet and extra Vitamin C every day.

Nurse: OK, let me take your vital signs.

Laura: How am I doing?

Nurse: Everything is good—normal blood pressure and no high temperature. Please wait here for a minute. Doctor Clark will be with you in a moment.

Laura: Thank you.

Doctor: Good morning, Laura.

Laura: Good morning, Doctor.

Doctor: I see here that you started feeling tired two months ago, and then you started having bad headaches. You also have had an upset stomach and a persistent cough. Did you run a fever too?

Laura: No, doctor.

Doctor: Let me do a quick physical check up.

Doctor: Please take a deep breath, hold your breath, and exhale. Do it again please.

Doctor: Were there any changes in your diet or your weight lately?

Laura: I ate the usual things, but I lost five pounds recently.

Doctor: Did you suffer from insomnia?

Laura: Well, it is pretty hard for me to fall asleep when I go to bed. I also woke up many times

during the night.

Doctor: Do you drink? Do you smoke?

Laura: No.

Doctor: How are things at work?

Laura: There was a change of ownership three months ago, and I had to work a lot of overtime, even during the weekend.

Doctor: It looks like you have pneumonia. Other than that, I do not see any problems. You are probably under stress from changes at work, and the stress causes headaches, upset stomach, and sleeplessness. For now, try to relax and exercise. It may solve your problems. Come back to see me again if the symptoms persist, and I will do further tests. I am going to give you a prescription for your pneumonia. Are you allergic to any medications?

Laura: Not to my knowledge.

Doctor: OK, take this medication three times a day after you eat. Also, I want you to have some blood tests. Stop by the laboratory on your way out and have the nurse draw your blood.

Laura: I am anxious to know my cholesterol level. When will I get the results of the blood test?

Doctor: The results will be available in two weeks. Don’t stress yourself. I think everything will be OK.

Laura: Thank you, Doctor.

Doctor: You are welcome.

 

EXERCISES

1) Conversation Practice

Step 1: Have the students listen to the recorded dialogue.

Step 2: Have the students read along to the recorded dialogue.

Step 3: Divide your class into groups of three students. Have one student plays the role of Clerk and Nurse, another the role of Doctor and another the role of Laura.

 

2) Questions/Answers Practice

Pair the students and have them practice the following questions and answers. Ask them to come

up with similar questions and answers.

Q: How do you feel? A: I feel fine. I think I have the flu. I have a cold.

I have a runny nose.

I feel sick.

I have a headache.

Q: Did you get a flu shot this year? A: Not yet, but I am thinking about it.

Q: Why did they rush him to the hospital? A: They rushed him to the hospital because

they thought he had a stroke.

Q: Why did they take you to the emergency room? A: They took me to the emergency room because I kept on throwing up.

Q: Why did they take your vital signs? A They always take our vital signs when we

go to the doctor.

Q: What seems to be the problem? A: I had severe stomach aches and diarrhea.

Q: What should I do to stay healthy? A: You need to eat a healthy diet and to stay active.

Q: What are the possible side effects of this A: You might feel dizzy or weak after medicine? taking the medicine.

Q: What might lead to heart diseases? A: Smoking, high blood pressure, and high level of cholesterol in the blood.

Q: What is good for my health? A: Increase your physical activity and maintain a healthy weight.

Q: Are you going to give me a prescription for A: You do not need a prescription for my headache? Aspirin.

Q: Do I need to make another appointment? A: No, we will mail the test results to you.

 

 

 

3) Comprehension test

  1. a) What time is Laura’s appointment with the doctor?
  2. b) Where does the physical checkup take place?
  3. c) Why does Laura want to see Doctor Clark?
  4. d) When did Laura start feeling bad?
  5. e) What kinds of medications is she taking?
  6. f) How are Laura’s vital signs?
  7. g) What kind of information is Dr. Clark trying to get from Laura?
  8. h) What happened at work? What happened to Laura after that?
  9. i) What is Dr. Clark’s diagnosis?
  10. j) What will happen if the symptoms persist?
  11. k) What does Dr. Clark want to know before he gives Laura a prescription?
  12. l) How many times a day does Laura have to take the medicine for pneumonia?
  13. m) What else does Dr. Clark want Laura to do?
  14. n) When will Laura get the results of her blood test?

 

 

4) Discussion

  1. a) How often do you go to the doctor for a physical checkup?
  2. b) What kind of illness do you usually have? How do you treat it?
  3. c) How important is exercise to good health?

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