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Task Description
Review of past tenses, a short biopic, good practice for achievement talk. Plenty of grammar practice and conversation cues under the mantle of a listening comprehension
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Scene summary
Summary of the life of Sir Christopher Lee and a strong case on why he could be considered one of the most interesting people ever. Or make student discuss the claim
Video length
14 minutes 56 seconds
Video genre
Documentaries
Language goals
grammar
Grammar practice
General topic
Grammar topic
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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Upload date
11/10/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
Hein many famous films.
2. Choose the correct options.
2. Lee [ ] many important things in his life
had achieved
has achieved
has achieve
3. Guess the end.
3. What is possibly more interesting than his acting career?
4. Unmix the sentence.
As
a
military
man,
he
volunteered
to
fight
in
WWII,
flew
planes
and
hunted
nazis.
5. Choose the correct options.
5. Why does he have a lot of records?
Because he was a spy.
Because of his movies.
Because of his cousin.
6. Fill the gap.
He hasfencing at a high level.
7. Guess the end.
7. What were the jobs and occupations of Lee's family and lineage?
8. Find the extra word.
He has been played a villain role in an old James Bond film.
9. Choose the correct options.
6. Lee has [ ] been in the right place at the right time.
always
never
almost
10. Choose the correct options.
Since June 17th 1939, public executions have been
allowed
shown
prohibited
Lesson Plan
Follow-up tasks
1. Re-do the exercise at home and check the vocabulary list.
Vocabulary list
live life to the fullest
vivir al máximo
retire from
retirarse de
portrayal
representación
to be knighted
ser nombrado caballero
earn
ganar, ganarse (respeto, sueldo)
release
lanzar (proyectos, canciones, albumes)
volunteer (for)
presentarse voluntario/a
break out
empezar (con violencia; un conflicto)
join
unirse
get into detail
entrar en detalle, explicar
during, while, later, next
Conectores de tiempo (look them up)
hold a record
tener (mantener) un récord
recount
contar, rememorar
pass away
fallecer
lead an (adj) life
llevar una vida + (adjetivo)
according to
según + (fuente de información; expertos)
spilled milk
un problema sin solución, no sirve quejarse
thug
matón
date back (to a date)
remontarse a + (fecha)
witness
presenciar como testigo
stumble
tropezar
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