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Task Description
Vocabulary listening. Students will learn about the role of the potato in history.
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Animated history of the potato. Fascinating story of the potato and the amazing agriculture of the Andean peoples.
Video length
15 minutes 48 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:High schoolers
high-school
High schoolers
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This resource does not contain any images, words or ideas that would upset a reasonable person in any culture.
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This resource is licensed by e104546 under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
Upload date
6/9/2020
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
What amazingthat they have, and how did potatoes and bird poop create the modern world?
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Then one of Europe's richest countries suffered aand eleven famines between 30 and 71 and 1791 England lost 10 of his …
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The Native Americans were eating beans corn potato, cassava chocolate and squash,with much much more.
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And this further up in North, America, traditional farming centred on a smallcalled a milpa, oh, by the way.
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The corn plants leavesthe beans from the Sun,
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Some grew in the.
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theyfind you live in a drought region,
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So the Native Americans weregood farmers and made a bunch of different kinds of potatoes.
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Sometimes they demand too much or too littleor water that couldn't be provided these plants are needy and picky,
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This means that each farmer could produce more foodworker,
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… the conquering armies of Catrin and Friedrich, the great stomped across Europe, forging newrealities.
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… many of which grew in regions once considered in hospitable corn grows, where rice, and we won't rice,semi - tropical zones.
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no one adopted American plants faster than the Chinese sweet potato arrived in Chinathe 1560s,
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but it's Africa more than anywhere else hasfrom American crops.
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Cassava has also soared in popularityto being one of the most drought,
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Native American food plants transformed every nation's cuisinethat we imagine people have been eating for thousands of years …
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bird poop is some magical.
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They went guano crazy soon thousands of ships crisscross in thefilled to the brim with poop in 1841 Britain imported 1880 …
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Last hundred years have seen some incredible innovations of Agriculture farms produced more thanbefore.
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Hope you enjoyed this video and don't forget tothe link in the description to step back history's video,
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