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Меdical care: to pay or not to pay? Lessons 13-14 11th form Map of the lesson Tell the news; Practice vocabulary; Check your homework; Repeat general information about the Welfare state; Get some information about the system of health care and medical insurance in Great Britain, Russia and the USA. What’s the news? Tell the news; Listen to your classmates; React the news; Tell the teacher what was the news about. The first pupil Told us about… The second Said that… Thanks to the third pupil (Pavel) I have learned that… I’ve got some information about… Give me the English equivalents to the following: People who don’t work because of their age.People who can’t find work.People who are not healthy.People who have lost their husbands or wives.Old people.People who have serious problems with their health. Whom do we call the elderly the widowed the unemployed the retired the disabled the sick the rich the young the poor? What is the English for? Он принимает антибиотики.Это экстренный случай.Нам нужен врач скорой помощи.Давай пойдем к терапевту.Давай перейдем на платное медицинское обслуживание.Они ограничены в финансах.Моя сестра- транжира.Он часто теряет самообладание. Match the abbreviations with their Russian equivalents. BUPA физическая культура DSS терапевтNI Объединенная Британская ассоциация частного медицинского страхования NHS информационные технологииGP Отдел социальной безопасностиMC Фонд национального страхованияIT Медицинский советPE Национальная система здравоохранения в Британии AIDS Королевское общество защиты животных в БританииUN Синдром приобретенного иммунодефицита(СПИД) USA Национальное общество защиты детей в БританииUK Объединенное КоролевствоEU Соединенные Штаты АмерикиRSPCA ООН(организация Объединенных Наций)NSPCC Кинематографическая Ассоциация АмерикиMPAA Европейский Союз Answer these questions: What kind of state is a Welfare state? What are the main indicators of it? Who has the main responsibility for the determination of social policy in the country? What benefits do people receive in Great Britain(the USA, Russia)? What benefits are your family members entitled to? Health care service in Britain State funded NHS but it has private sector, too;Has simple administration;System of medical service works well despite…;Medical insurance is compulsory and in spite of being poor, you can get good medical care in Britain;People may complain to the Medical Council if they are not satisfied with diagnoses or treatment.Benefits are available to different categories of citizens: the unemployed, the sick, the retired, the disabled, the widowed and the children. The National Insurance fund is responsible for them; Social Security covers a wide range of payments, such as single parents, the long term unemployed, pensioners, whose pension is too low and people in full time work whose earnings are below a certain level.7. There are doctors on salary and doctors which receive money for each patient visit. There is a little cooperation between them;the shortage of money, UK spends only 7 % of GDP on the system of social welfare; people have to wait to be operated for many years;3. People must pay for teeth and eyes treatment;4. Emergency doctors don’t work well;5. GPs are overworked. Pronounce the words correctly Health care service in Russia Medical service is state funded but it has private sector, too; Medical insurance is compulsory and in spite of being poor, you can get good medical care in Russia; There are doctors on salary and doctors which receive money for each patient visit. There is a little cooperation between them; the private health care costs much and it may be not qualified;People must pay for teeth and eyes treatment;People have to wait to be operated for many years;GPs are overworked.Emergency doctors don’t work well;Russia spends only 4% of GDP on health. Health care service in the USA The system of medical care security is not state funded. America has private insurance-based system;The private health care costs much;It doesn’t provide health care for all. What country would you prefer to visit if you are ill? Have you ever heard about the medical tourism? What country has the best opportunities for the sick? Why do you think so? Explain.