(For GCSE, IGCSE, Middle Years Programme and adult learners)
These three student worksheets are based on interviews with Josie, an English nurse, who set up a temporary children’s hospital after the earthquake in Haiti. Each interview is followed by vocabulary practice and questions in English.
This covers Josie’s decision to work for MSF and her impressions of Haïti, shortly after the earthquake in 2010. Click on the image to download the worksheet.
Josie explains how she and a doctor colleague went about setting up the temporary children’s hospital. This included renting a building, ordering equipment and supplies and recruiting staff. Click on the image to download the worksheet.
Josie describes a typical day working in the children’s hospital and how she relaxed outside work. Click on the image to download the worksheet.
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