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Guy Fawkes Night - history and traditions - A2

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Task Description
Students watch the video about the Gunpowder Plot and Guy Fawkes Night celebrations and do some comprehension and vocabulary tasks.
Video details
Scene summary
There is a brief story of Guy Fawkes and his plot and a focus on modern celebrations on Bonfire Night
Video length
2 minutes 43 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
General topic
Grammar topic
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
Student type
This resource is intended for:High schoolers, Elementary schoolers, Adults
high-school
High schoolers
elementary-school
Elementary schoolers
adults
Adults
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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 Nadiena under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
Upload date
11/3/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Unmix the sentence.
They
are
talking
about
Guy
Fawkes
night
2. Choose the correct options.
The story of Guy Fawkes night begins in
1505
1605
1965
3. Choose the correct options.
Who was King of England at that time?
James I
George I
John I
4. Guess the end.
What religion did James I follow? What religion did some people want to have in the country?
5. Match the two halves.
the Houses
of Parliament
to kill
King James
made
a plot
6. Fill the gap.
They put 36 boxes ofin a room underneath the Houses of Parliament.
7. Fill the gap.
The King'sfound Guy Fawkes and the gunpowder. They sent him toIn January 1606 Guy Fawkes and his friends were killed.
8. Choose the correct options.
When people heard that the plotters were dead, they
tried to kill the King James again.
celebrated with fires in the streets.
were very sad that the King was alive and well.
9. Guess the end.
What do people in Britain call the figures they make with old clothes and paper?
10. Fill the gap.
They say 'afor the guy' and ask people forfor fireworks.
11. Guess the end.
Where do people usually have parties with bonfires and fireworks displays?
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