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Task Description
Listening and comprehension task over the true story of thanksgiving. Questions about vocabulary and historical facts.
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Scene summary
One of the family member explains the true story of Thanksgiving during dinner time
Video length
3 minutes 15 seconds
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Short films
Language goals
Listening comprehension
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Elementary (A1)
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This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers
Elementary schoolers
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1. Choose the correct options.
According to the old man, who helps the Pilgrims?
The King of England.
Other Pilgrims.
No one.
Native Americans.
2. Fill the gap.
Amade that.
3. Correct the wrong word.
not only were two-three of the Massachusetts tribes completely wiped out by European slave owners and diseases
4. Choose the correct options.
What did Squanto learn?
5. Choose the correct options.
Why did Squanto learn English?
To help the pilgrims.
To help the Native Americans.
To get away from the English.
6. Fill the gap.
Thanksgiving wasn't celebrated nationwide untilwhen this guy declared it a national holiday during the Civil War
7. Choose the correct options.
Why did Thanksgiving become a national holiday?
To thank the Native Americans.(為了感謝印地安人)
To bring Americans together.(為了凝聚國家意識))
To celebrate for the harvest.(為了慶祝豐收)
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