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Task Description
Learn background information about big cats to prepare for reading lessons. Answer basic listening comprehension and vocabulary questions.
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Scene summary
Learn about different big cats, including how they are the same and different. Activate background knowledge about big cat names and descriptions.
Video length
8 minutes 41 seconds
Video genre
Documentaries
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers, High schoolers, Adults
elementary-school
Elementary schoolers
high-school
High schoolers
adults
Adults
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Upload date
6/29/2020
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Choose the correct options.
Big cats are carnivores, meaning they hunt and eat ______.
meat
bread
rice
insects
2. Choose the correct options.
Is this a female lioness, or a male lion?
female
male
3. Fill the gap.
Theis the largest wild cat in the world. Theis the second largest wild cat.
4. Choose the correct options.
A tiger's coat serves as camouflage. The stripes help tigers blend in with tall grass. In this sentence, 'camouflage' probably means ...
something that makes an animal hard to smell
something that makes an animal hard to see
something that makes an animal hard to hear
5. Choose the correct options.
A cheetah often has to run SO fast to catch its prey that after hunting, it has to take a break. In this sentence, "prey" probably means...
an animal that hides in tall grass
an animal that is a good swimmer
an animal that is killed by another animal
6. Choose the correct options.
Which two big cats are good swimmers?
lions and jaguars
tigers and jaguars
lions and tigers
all cats hate to swim
7. Choose the correct options.
When cubs are 18 months old, they leave their mother. In this sentence, "cub" probably means...
a baby animal
an adult animal
an angry animal
9. Fill the gap.
Jaguars have rosettes with spots in the middle, and leopards have open rosettes. They are called "rosettes" because they look like
10. Fill the gap.
Most snow leopards are solitary, except when female snow leopards are raising their
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