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Fear Vocabulary Practice

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Task Description
Watch a video about how fear affects the body and study some vocabulary related to it.
Video details
Scene summary
Someone are explaning what happens to the body when someone is afraid of something or someone.
Video length
2 minutes 13 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
grammar
Grammar practice
Grammar topic
Other pedagogical goals
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
Student type
This resource is intended for:High schoolers
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.
Copyright license
This resource is licensed by GraziBraga under the iSLCollective Copyright License.
Upload date
08/04/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
Your palms
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You're.
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When you're
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your brain sets off an elaborate andresponse even if there's no threat.
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Thesechanges, from deep inside your brain all the way to the muscles in your legs, happen in seconds.
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That's because of yournervous system, or your fight or flight response.
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It's part of yournervous system, which manages reflexes like breathing, digestion and your heartbeat.
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Yourglands secrete adrenaline,
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Your amygdala, a morepart of your brain, takes over.
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Your heart rate and blood pressure increase, you breathe faster and your musclesup.
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Blood flows away from your extremities, making your hands cold and clammy, and making you feeland sweaty.
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Your body doesn't know the difference between athreat and a perceived threat.
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That's why your fight or flight response kicks in during things likespeaking or being in a crowd.
14. Fill the gap.
It's just trying to keep you.
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GraziBraga is from/lives in Brazil and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2016-10-30. GraziBraga last logged in on 2022-12-08, and has shared 1 resources on iSLCollective so far.
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