Free Printable Lessons for English Teachers
Today, we are going to talk about what are the best and worst countries in the world for end-of-life care. It’s a bit of a morbid subject talking about death. Unless we die in an accident, have a heart attack or a massive stroke, we will all face the moment at some point in our lives. Perhaps we should think about where we might want to pop off?
End-of-life care is important. Many of us will die long before we get to this point. Those of us that don’t might be looked after by our children or grandchildren - assuming we have some that is. We might get home help and social help. When these aren’t enough we end up in care homes. These can be State run or privately run. The latter cost an arm-and-a-leg, whichever country you live in.
The article: Students should look through the article with the teacher. 1) What is the article about? 2) What do you think about the article? 3) Was this an easy or difficult article to understand? 4) Was this a boring or interesting article? 5) Discuss the article. -- Roleplay: In groups. One of you is the interviewer. The others are one of the following people. You are in the Discussion FM radio studio. Today’s interview is about: What are the best and worst countries in the world for end-of-life care? 1) An undertaker. 2) A care worker. 3) A doctor. 4) A social care worker.