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Task Description
This task is for pre-intermediate students. The objective is to comprehend, aurally, implicit information, with varied structures, presented in the video to answer the questions.
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Scene summary
Jake Shimabukuru, a North American ukulele virtuoso and composer, presents some practical hints on how strumming properly or differently the ukulele to produce different sounds. To see the full video go to the youtube video.
Video length
2 minutes 29 seconds
Video genre
Tutorials, how-to & educational videos
Language goals
Listening comprehension
General topic
Grammar topic
Other pedagogical goals
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Adults, High schoolers
High schoolers
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This resource is licensed by ArturoLeandro under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
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Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Guess the end.
Where is he and how does he feel?
2. Guess the end.
Which is the most important thing for the ukulele?
3. Guess the end.
What does he like to use to strum?
4. Guess the end.
What does he get using the thumb?
5. Guess the end.
Until when does he recommend using the nail for strumming?
6. Guess the end.
Why do you think he plays a C major chord?
7. Guess the end.
What does he think about that chord?
8. Guess the end.
How does he change chords and which chords does he play?
9. Guess the end.
Why does he present those 4 chords?
ArturoLeandro is from/lives in Chile and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2015-06-02. ArturoLeandro last logged in on 2023-01-26, and has shared 128 resources on iSLCollective so far.
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