Who? This class is for Upper-Intermediate members. Josh Billings, an American writer from the 19th Century, said, “Health is like money, we never have a true idea of its value until we lose it.” Even though he wrote those words almost two-hundred years ago, many people would still agree with him – but if you were taken ill, would you know what to do? If you were a patient (or even a hypochondriac) how would you describe your condition to a doctor? In case of an emergency, English Collective prescribes coming to this class!
What? In this class, we’ll start off by looking at some common illnesses, and what we would do if we suffered from them. Next, we’ll examine a dialogue between a doctor and a patient, and diagnose some conditions that other people might be suffering from. Finally, we’ll put on our doctor’s coats and strap on our stethoscope and roleplay doctors and nurses! Book Now»