Learners listen to the video and answer multiple choice or open-ended questions to check their deep understanding.
If you don't have 9 minutes in your class, just copy & edit the lesson (See copy & edit button below the video) and you can crop out the part after the last question in one click, which will make this lesson only 5 minutes long.
The lady speaks quiet fast and the language is complex at times, but the subject and message itself is quite simple and illustrated with photos, so I think you can use this video quiz from upper-intermediate (B2) through proficient (C2) level.
This is a 9-minute PBS video piece about the origins of associating pink with girls and blue for boys. Questions raised and answered are:
Was there always certain colors associated with genders?
Did boys always wear the kinds of clothes as today?
When did pink get assigned to girls and blue to boys?
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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