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Task Description
- Listening and comprehension - Build the vocabulary - Review the grammar - Start a discussion about the subject of the video
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Scene summary
This lesson uses a TedEd video as a tool to boost the vocabulary, improve the grammar and talk about vampires.
Video length
5 minutes 6 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Adults, High schoolers
adults
Adults
high-school
High schoolers
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This resource does not contain any images, words or ideas that would upset a reasonable person in any culture.
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This resource is licensed by garo91 under the iSLCollective Copyright License.
Upload date
10/26/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
More than 100 years after his creator was laid to rest, Dracula lives on asfamous vampire in history.
2. Unmix the sentence.
But
that
was
far from
the beginning
of
vampire
myths.
3. Choose the correct options.
The term's first known____mention comes from the 11th century.
write
wrote
written
writing
4. Choose the correct options.
Vampires originated because people didn't know some diseases.
true
false
5. Choose the correct options.
"This gave rise to many rituals intended to prevent the dead from rising" What is a "ritual"?
a ceremony
a religious prayer
a funeral
a superstition
6. Fill the gap.
Vampire lore remained aphenomenon until the 18th centurySerbia was caught in the struggle between two great powers.
7. Correct the wrong word.
He investigated and put an beginning to the rumors by publishing a thorough, scientific refutation.
8. Choose the correct options.
This book would____influence a young Irish drama critic named Bram Stoker.
great
greatly
greater
greatest
9. Choose the correct options.
"There, she described victims buried alive in mass graves." What does "to bury" mean?
To put on the ground
To put under the ground
To put next to the ground
To put in the ground
10. Fill the gap.
… or Vlad the Impaler, the association isjust that they share a name.
11. Choose the correct options.
Other elements and characters ____directly and indirectly by various works in the Victorian Era, such as "The Mysterious Stranger." "
inspired
had inspired
were inspired
had been inspired
12. Choose the correct options.
But a _____copyright battle would completely change Dracula's fate, and catapult the character into literary renown.
critical
new
insignificant
13. Choose the correct options.
The movie "Nosferatu" wasn't in any way based on the book "Dracula".
true
false
14. Choose the correct options.
"Stoker's widow decided to establish copyright over the stage version of "Dracula" " What did the Stoker's widow copyright?
The book "Dracula"
The play based on "Dracula"
The vampire "Dracula"
The movie "Dracula"
15. Choose the correct options.
"it became a classic, thanks largely to Bela Lugosi's performance on Broadway." What's a synonym of "performance"?
acting
hiding
faking
16. Fill the gap.
And since then, Dracula hasagain in countless adaptations, findinglife far beyond the humble pages of his birth.
Lesson Plan
Pre-tasks
1. View the vocabulary list.
2. Ask your students their opinions about the topic of the video.
Follow-up tasks
1. Review the vocabulary's words studied before quiz, add more if needed.
2. Review the questions that seemed too difficult by reviewing the grammar and/or vocabulary.
3. Ask your students if their opinions changed after the video.
Discussion questions
1. What do you think of vampires?
2. Do you have vampires in your country's folklore?
3. Do you know any other famous vampire?
Vocabulary list
myth
a traditional story, a legend
folklore
traditional customs, tales, sayings, dances, or art forms preserved among a people
misinterpretation
a failure to understand correctly
ritual
a ceremony, usually a religious one
to bury
to put inside the ground
to influence
the power to change or affect someone or something
performance
an activity (such as singing a song or acting in a play) that a person or group does to entertain an audience
eternal
for ever
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