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Task Description
Gap-filling exercise to build vocabulary about recycling waste. It tells what can and cannot go into recycling.
Video details
Scene summary
An ambassador for Voice Ireland showing which items of household waste can or cannot be recycled.
Video length
3 minutes 1 second
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
Listening comprehension
General topic
Other pedagogical goals
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
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This resource is intended for:Adults
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Published 12/01/2022
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
hi I'm Michele, Hallahan, I work with Voice Ireland on the recycling Ambassador Program. So, I'm going toa few items here...
2. Fill the gap.
This of course can go into yourrecycling bin.
3. Fill the gap.
the lidbecause that's a different type of plastic.
4. Fill the gap.
It's gotall around us.
5. Fill the gap.
thatempty completely, and now that's ready to go into the recycling bin.
6. Fill the gap.
Now, if the box is clean , you canthe top of this.
7. Guess the end.
And now you've got just a cardboard piece that can go in your bin, empty out the liquid rinse this with a little ....
8. Fill the gap.
… more flexible plastic hose it's got a harderplastic, and then inside the nozzle there's, actually a metal spring.
9. Fill the gap.
It means it can be recycled where there areto do it.
10. Fill the gap.
Anything that you can
11. Fill the gap.
There's actually a very thinof plastic around the outside of this.
12. Fill the gap.
Whatdo we have in here? Oh toilet roll cores.
13. Fill the gap.
and of course, the eminently recyclable aluminum
14. Fill the gap.
We don't want tothatthe recycling bin. Ever. Even if it's clean.
15. Fill the gap.
… you see how small the nozzle is, any kind of atube like that, I'm not gonna be able to clean the inside of that.
16. Fill the gap.
This would just geton a conveyor belt.
17. Fill the gap.
However, you can bring this to any store that sells electronicBuy another set of headphones .....they will recycle it for free.
18. Fill the gap.
Receipts! It's not pure paper, it's amaterial.
19. Fill the gap.
So, that's it! Thanks so much forand good luck with your recycling.
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