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  1. 1. Material 1
  2. 2. Respiratory Disease is the term for diseases of the respiratory systemA doctor who specializes These includein respiratory disease is diseases of the known as a lung, pleural pulmonologist, a chest cavity, bronchial medicine specialist, a respiratory medicine tubes, trachea, upperspecialist, a respirologist respiratory tract and or a thoracic medicine of the nerves and specialist muscles of breathing Respiratory disease Respiratory diseases The study of range from mild and respiratory self-limiting such as the common cold to disease is life-threatening such known as as bacterial pneumonia or pulmonology pulmonary embolism Graphics organizer: Refer to material number 1
  3. 3. Material 2
  4. 4. Inflammatory lung disease Obstructive Benign tumors lung diseases Chronic ObstructivePleural cavity Pulmonary diseases Disease (COPD) Respiratory diseases Pulmonary vascular Asthma diseases Respiratory Restrictive tumors lung diseases Respiratory tract infections Graphics organizer: Refer to material number 2
  5. 5. Material 3
  6. 6. * Chronic bronchitis, defined by a long-term cough with mucus Persons with COPD *must stop smoking. This Emphysema, defined byis the best way to slow destruction of the lungsdown the lung damage. over time Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) Smoking is the leading cause of COPD. The more a person The best test for COPD smokes, the more likelyis a simple lung function that person will develop test called spirometry COPD although some people smoke for years and never get COPD Since the symptoms of COPD develop slowly, some people may be unaware that they are sick. Graphics organizer: Refer to material number 3
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  8. 8. Objective To systematically review the evidence that smoking cessation after diagnosis of a primary lung tumour affects prognosis In 9/10 Influence of included studies, most smoking cessation Study selection Randomised controlled trials or observational longitudinal studies thatpatients studied after diagnosis of measured the effect of quitting smoking after diagnosis of lungwere diagnosed early stage lung cancer on prognostic outcomes, regardless of stage at as having an cancer on presentation or tumour histology, were includedearly stage lung tumour prognosis Two researchers independently identified studies for inclusion and extracted data Graphics organizer: Refer to material number 4
  9. 9. Material 5
  10. 10. Your overall health condition will be deteriorating even though you are alive and cancer free. Your breath will Your smell and people stamina is may keep a distance when lessened. you speak. The You are disadvantages Your teeth areunable to do of smoking stained and instead of physical white, they will be looking like activities something yellow long brown Your breath The continuous becomes cough and phlegm is shorter and another profit shorter. from smoking. Graphics organizer: Refer to material number 5
  11. 11. Script
  12. 12. Reflection In my work to done this task, I had reaches many trouble. I can‟t find thematerial about my forum topic. My forum topic is „Smoking Is a Bad Habit „. So I tryto find another way. I try to find the material of smoking disease, pulmonary defectionand Influence of smoking cessation after diagnosis of early stage lung cancer onprognosis. I also cannot find the best material in the books from library because it not auniversity level but academic books in primary school only. After that I try to write thegraphic organizer from all my materials. I tried to use the material to identifiedsupporting details that can use in my forum script. Besides that, I also stuck when I do this task because of the task‟s question. Icannot understand what is the task exactly wanted. So I decide to see my lecturer,madam Nagamah to ask her kindness to show me what are this task really want On Wednesday, 28.9.2010 I have done my forum with success. I try to givemy best in the forum and talk properly. My group was the second group and we took30 minutes to finish my forum. At last, I very happy because we have done our forumabout „ smoking is a bad habit „. I feel much enjoyed when doing the task because I can learn many thingssuch as how to find books in the library, how to search internet and the outline of thereport. All of it can help me in my studies to become an English teacher soon.Because of her, now I have understand what to do and then I do it on my own andcompletely done before the date of submission. I really thankful to all of who hadhelped me to did my work.
  13. 13. Appreciation I feel very happy because I have finished my English Language Proficiencycoursework before the submission date. Many information and experience I get fromthe coursework. For the example I know how to do forum, graphic organizer basedon article and how to makes a script. I can approve my English grammar andspeaking. I want to give a thank you to my lecture, Madam Nagamah because she helpsme a lot to complete my coursework. Also to my parents because give a support tome. Next, I want to give a thank you to my friends MohdFaiz B Dhamanhuri andMohdNur B Mohamad because give me information‟s to finished my coursework. I‟m very grateful to god because my English Languages proficiencycoursework was finished before the submission date.
  14. 14. Lung specialist scriptLung specialist: Respiratory disease is common disease in the world. Smokingcan damage our respiratory system. Respiratory Disease is the term for diseases ofthe respiratory system. These include diseases of the lung, pleural cavity, bronchialtubes, trachea, and upper respiratory tract and of the nerves and muscles ofbreathing. Respiratory diseases range from mild and self-limiting such as thecommon cold to life-threatening such as bacterial pneumonia or pulmonaryembolism.Lung specialist: The study of respiratory disease is known as pulmonology. Adoctor who specializes in respiratory disease is known as a pulmonologist, a chestmedicine specialist, a respiratory medicine specialist, a respirologist or a thoracicmedicine specialist.Lung specialist: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of themost common lung diseases. It makes it difficult to breathe. There are two mainforms of COPD: Chronic bronchitis, defined by a long-term cough with mucus Emphysema, defined by destruction of the lungs over timeMost people with COPD have a combination of both conditionsLung specialist: The causes is form exposure to certain gases or fumes in theworkplace, exposure to heavy amounts of second-hand smoke and frequent use ofcooking gas without proper ventilation.Lung specialist: Cough with mucus, shortness of breath (dyspneadyspnea) thatgets worse with mild activity, fatigue, and frequent respiratory infections andwheezing. Since the symptoms of COPD develop slowly, some people may beunaware that they are sick.
  15. 15. Lung specialist: The best test for COPD is a simple lung function test calledspirometer. This involves blowing out as hard as one can into a small machine thattests lung capacity. The test can be interpreted immediately and does not involveexercising, drawing blood, or exposure to radiation.Using a stethoscope to listen tothe lungs can also be helpful, although sometimes the lungs sound normal evenwhen COPD is present. Pictures of the lungs (such as X-rays and CT scans) can behelpful but sometimes look normal even when a person has COPD. Sometimes it isnecessary to do a blood test (call a “blood gas”) to measure the amounts of oxygenand carbon dioxide in the blood.Lung specialist: There is no cure for COPD. However, there are many things youcan do to relieve symptoms and keep the disease from getting worse. Persons withCOPD must stop smoking. This is the best way to slow down the lung damage.Medications used to treat COPD include: Inhalers (bronchodilators) to open the airways, such as ipratropium (Atrovent), tiotropium (Spiriva), salmeterol (Serevent), or formoterol (Foradil) Inhaled steroids to reduce lung inflammation

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