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Analysis of an article on the traits of thalasemmia

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TABLE OF CONTENT TITTLE PAGE TABLE OF CONTENT INTRODUCTION ARTICLE GRAPHIC ORGANISER ANALYSIS TABLE PERSONEL RESPON REFLECTION BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDIX 1 2 3-6 7-12 13- 14-15 16-17 18 19 ________________ INTRODUCTION For this semester, English Language Proficiency coursework must be done in a pair and I choose Dymphana Johnmy as my partner to do this coursework. This course work instructed us to analyse an authentic article based on several themes that have been set. So we chose to analyse an article on health, entitled Traits Of Thalassaemia. With the selection of these articles we get a lot of information about thalassaemia disease without realizing the possibility that we have it. Moreover, by reading these articles also increase our knowledge about health. Besides that, this coursework also need us to analyse the selection article about their main points and the supporting details. In addition, we need to recognize the type of sentences and the types of tenses that used in the article. In this coursework also we need to give the personal respons from our reading about the article. ...read more.

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Besides that, this article also teach me that for those who have this disease, they also can lead normal lives, marry and have the children. Having thalassaemia is no reason for decreasing your quality life. Although they can live as a normal family, but they must follow several steps that have been recommended by doctors to remain in a healthy way of life. As a conclusion these article give me or anyone who read the article the knowledge about this thalassaemia disease. Moreover, by reading these article I can correct back my perceptions about thalassaemia patients. ________________ REFLECTION By : Razuwa Farahin Binti Rosman Alhamdulilah, at last I managed to finished this coursework on time. I have been given opportunity and strength to finish my English Language Profiency Coursework for semester 1. Furthermore, thanks to the English Language lecturer Pn. Kurotul Aini in helping me to complete this assignment. For this semester the coursework must be done in pairs and I choose Dymphana Johnmy to be my partner. Thank you for your cooperation during these tasks. ...read more.

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5. They lead normal lives, marry and have children. 1. Often, no treatment is required for the milder forms of the disease although doctors do prescribe folic acid for fatigue and patients also recommended to take certain vitamins to boost their immunity and strength. 2. With each transfusion, a significant amount of iron is added to the body and over time, these iron deposits build up in the liver, heart and endocrine glands thus causing ?iron overload?. 3. For patients who have had their spleen removed, there is a higher risk of infection as the spleen is involved in the production of white blood cells that produce antibodies. Tenses Types Sentences Progressive Tenses Present continuous tenses Past continuous tenses 1. Anaemia in turns lead to lack of oxygen in your organs as your blood is not carrying enough oxygen and this can leave a person fatigued. 2. When one gene coding of the alpha globin protein is missing, he person is considered as a silent carrier with no symptoms and no reduction in haemoglobin levels. 3. If you just got married or are thinking of expanding your family, it is always a good adea to go for thalassaemia screening. 1. ...read more.

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