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Task Description
The young learners are going to improve their listening skills, revise Passives, enrich their vocabulary.
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Scene summary
Scientists test-drive a new rover that's set for the Moon • Flamingos in Chile are at risk from lithium mining • And animals from the ice age are digitally reconstructed!
Video length
3 minutes 27 seconds
Video genre
Documentaries
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers
elementary-school
Elementary schoolers
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This resource does not contain any images, words or ideas that would upset a reasonable person in any culture.
Copyright license
This resource is licensed by mermaid72 under the iSLCollective Copyright License.
Upload date
5/31/2022
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
Ina new NASAmission.
2. Unmix the sentence.
Engineers
have
designed
a
potential
new
lunar
rover.
3. Fill the gap.
Named Flex, the roverastronauts Chris Hadfield.
4. Fill the gap.
ThewereCalifornia desert.
5. Unmix the sentence.
A
dry
rocky
landscape
that
closely
resembles
the
surface
of
the
moon.
6. Choose the correct options.
The rover's .... design.
futuristic
fantastic
flexible
7. Unmix the sentence.
Will
allow
it
to
carry
astronauts
and
transport
cargo
around
the
lunar
surface.
8. Fill the gap.
Perhaps one day thecoulda moon base.
9. Fill the gap.
Chilethousands of flamingos.
10. Unmix the sentence.
It
is
also
where
most
of
the
world's
lithium
is
produced.
11. Fill the gap.
Lithium is abatteriesphones.
12. Unmix the sentence.
Giant
artificial
lakes
located
in
Chile's
deserts
store
mineral-filled
water.
13. Choose the correct options.
As the sun .... the water.
dries
evaporates
enriches
14. Choose the correct options.
Lithium ... are left behind.
wastes
fields
deposits
15. Unmix the sentence.
Which
can
then
be
used
to
help
make
batteries.
16. Fill the gap.
Unfortunately, the lithium production process is causingChile'sdesert ecosystem.
17. Unmix the sentence.
The
process
is
causing
the
desert's
natural
lakes
to
be
drained
of
water.
18. Fill the gap.
Climate change means thatis fallingthe lakes.
19. Correct the wrong word.
So, creatures such as flamingos.
20. Fill the gap.
Are strugglingfood andto survive.
21. Correct the wrong word.
However, scholars believe.
22. Unmix the sentence.
If
flamingos
can
be
transferred
to
lakes
located
away
from
lithium
production.
23. Fill the gap.
Theircouldrecover.
24. Unmix the sentence.
During
this
time
glaciers
covered
huge
parts
of
the
planet.
25. Fill the gap.
And manyanimals,mammoths.
26. Choose the correct options.
..... the land.
Wandered
Roamed
Rode
27. Unmix the sentence.
Now,
scientists
have
teamed
up
with
a
group
of
video
game
designers.
28. Fill the gap.
To3D reconstructions of theseanimals.
29. Unmix the sentence.
Each
reconstruction
is
based
on
up-to-date
scientific
research.
30. Fill the gap.
Andwhatwould have looked like.
31. Correct the wrong word.
The special computer graphics include.
32. Choose the correct options.
A .... tiger.
sharp-toothed
saber-toothed
sword-toothed
33. Fill the gap.
Athat would haveNorth America.
34. Unmix the sentence.
A
colombian
mammoth,
an
elephant-like
animal
that
was
hunted
by
early
humans.
35. Fill the gap.
And a territorn, aof prey.
36. Fill the gap.
With a wingspanthe length of a car.
37. Unmix the sentence.
The
graphics
will
be
used
in
a
Los
Angeles
museum.
38. Fill the gap.
Topeople'sice age animals look like.
39. Fill the gap.
Evena few speciestoday.
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