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Answer the question before the video. Watch the video completing the tasks. Take notes of new vocabulary.
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Evelyn talks about how to take care of yourself. If you don't take care of yourself, no one else will. So take all of these soft skills we've talked about and add this last little bit to make sure you can either avoid or bring yourself back from burnout.
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10 minutes 40 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
Listening comprehension
General topic
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:Business/professional students, High schoolers, Adults
Business/professional students
High schoolers
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1. Fill the gap.
Unless we get all the basic things that we need -- like food, water, and a non - toxic-- we'll suffer.
2. Correct the wrong word.
With proper nutrition, a bit of exercise, and some work-life balance, we can all avoid burnout -- or uncover if it happens.
3. Fill the gap.
Intro Music Plays Work and school are.
4. Choose the correct options.
Things have to get ____, whether you have the time or not.
5. Choose the correct options.
When given the choice between work, sleep, and an actual social life, it might feel like you can only _____ two.
6. Choose the correct options.
the 'hustle culture' is:
this busy and noisy world we live in
popular dances and music
7. Unmix the sentence.
8. Choose the correct options.
'to distinguish smth from smth' means:
to recognize differences between 2 ideas/things
to compare;
9. Fill the gap.
We've allor even pulled an all - nighter to work, but it's not good for our brains.
10. Choose the correct options.
The word 'impairment' means:
a state when you're unable to see/hear etc.
level of alcohol in your blood
11. Fill the gap.
Arianna Huffington, the entrepreneurial mind behind HuffPost, is aof naps.
12. Choose the correct options.
So, take the _____or go for a quick walk outside if you can.
13. Fill the gap.
And while unhealthy food can be comforting or convenient, we should try to eatmeals.
14. Choose the correct options.
I'm not going to list out any diets or food plans -- that's a personal decision that you have to research. 'list out' means:
enumerate, provide you with a list;
cross out;
15. Fill the gap.
It's important to take somefor simple things that make us happy.
16. Fill the gap.
And itthat social connection is the most reliable predictor of which countries are the happiest.
17. Fill the gap.
There are plenty of free community activities
18. Find the extra word.
Let's face it, we can't all afford fancy dinners every single night.
19. Choose the correct options.
even if a plant gets the right amount of water, sunlight, and nutrients, it still won't thrive if there's lead in the soil. 'THRIVE' means:
to grow very well, or to become very healthy
to die
20. Fill the gap.
We all rush around when deadlinesor clients make last - minute changes.
21. Choose the correct options.
And you don't have to tolerate significant sources of stress like an abusive boss or an unfair power structure. 'abusive boss' is:
the one who is rude to you;
the one who beats up his children;
22. Fill the gap.
And sexual harassment is unfortunately more common than it should be -- it often goes unrecognized and is tough to
23. Choose the correct options.
But some sources of unhealthy work stress "slip under the radar?".
go unnoticed;
are the hardest;
24. Choose the correct options.
… or a coworker who always "talks down to you" or interrupts you.
to speak to one as if they are less intelligent
to stand on a chair and talk to someone;
25. Fill the gap.
If we're in a situation long enough, it might seem normal because we can'tit to anything else.
26. Fill the gap.
You and your coworkers get along super well -- you do weekly trivia together, and even went to a renaissanceone weekend.
27. Choose the correct options.
But your current boss is really 'nosy'.
trying to find out private things about others
having a long nose
28. Fill the gap.
… like Do you think Mark 'sis affecting his work?
29. Fill the gap.
Together, you go to HR andabout your boss's behavior, and you hope it gets better over the next few weeks.
30. Fill the gap.
But you can try thinking of a big change as an opportunity to move from a job to a.
31. Fill the gap.
For example, you may value the ability to make a contribution and to see your workother people or the world.
32. Choose the correct options.
A lot of work might not produce a tangible impact right away, so you have to be patient. 'tangible' is:
something real and can be seen;
something positive;
33. Fill the gap.
Depending on your passions, it may bethat risk.
34. Fill the gap.
Like, you may want to work for a famouslike Google or Amazon, or an agency like NASA.
35. Choose the correct options.
So whether you're considering a career shift or a side-hustle, think about what matters to you. 'what matters to you':
what's important to you;
what's difficult for you;
36. Guess the end.
'to thrive' means:
Vocabulary list
to thrive
to grow very well, or to become very healthy or successful
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