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Task Description
To identify and practice passive voice. Students should be able to transform active sentences into passive.
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Students learn different categories of fossils, about the process of fossilization and its impact on human history
Video length
4 minutes 8 seconds
Video genre
Documentaries
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:Elementary schoolers, High schoolers
elementary-school
Elementary schoolers
high-school
High schoolers
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Upload date
07/04/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
Fossils are remnants or impressions of ancient organisms thatnaturallyin stone.
2. Unmix the sentence.
they
are
often
grouped
into
two
major
categories,
3. Choose the correct options.
These methods are largely grouped depending on whether the organisms ... during the fossilization process.
were altered
are altered
have altered
4. Fill the gap.
Among many methods, this group includes organisms thatbeen, preserved in tar pits, and mummified.
5. Fill the gap.
This process begins when an organismin tree sap.
6. Unmix the sentence.
its
soft
tissues
to
be
remarkably
preserved
7. Choose the correct options.
Other fossilization methods change the specimen as it
has been preserved
is being preserved
is been preserved
8. Guess the end.
Change the following sentence into passive: "...fossilization can preserve crucial information about an organism."
9. Fill the gap.
Insects encased in amber have been so well preserved that their genetic materialextracted and partially
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