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The spanish flu

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  • 1. The Spanish Flu
  • 2. Pre-reading
    What is inlfuenza?
  • 3. Vocabulary
    Burden
    Dishonor
    Epidemic
    Immune system
    Infection
    Inuit
    Medical certificate
    Mutate
    Pneumonia
    Virus
  • 4. P1
    How fast did the flu found in Kansas spread?
    What were the symptoms of the flu?
  • 5. … typical of … (L5)
  • 6. P2
    How did the flu spread?
    What was the U.S. criticized for?
  • 7. Of all the ways …, this was the worst: by air. (L17)
    Early on, the American government should have done something … (L20)
  • 8. P3
    Why was the infection more severe in some remote areas?
  • 9. …, because they were too weak to gather and prepare food. (L50)
  • 10. P4-5
    How did the rich protect themselves? How was the result?
    What did the government do to stop the spread of the disease?
  • 11. Millionaires,
    boarded ships to cross the Atlantic Ocean,
    thinking that the sea air would be healthier,
    but an average of 7 percent of the passengers died
    before the ship reached the next port.
  • 12. Just as had been the case during The Black Death, there were not enough coffins or grave diggers to bury all the dead.
    When you have just made a statement,
    you can use asas a conjunction to indicate that
    the statement also applies to another person, thing, or group. After as you use be, have, an auxiliary, or a modal, then the subject.
    e.g. Our daughter feels that way, as do our sons.
  • 13. P6-7
    The U.S. and Spain, which country was most affected?
    What was the consolation about the disease?
  • 14. … but some estimates put the figure as high as 80 million.
  • 15. P8-10
    Why were the viruses of the disease so deadly?
    Could the disease be worse if it happens today?
  • 16. … similar to … (L106)
    … because a pig’s anatomy is so similar to a human’s (anatomy).
    Mutate into (L108)
    Leap to (L109)
    Extensive network (L112)
    Instead of (L114)