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Watch the video and answer the comprehension questions. Quiz by T. Naves, X. Vazquez and J. Pérez
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Sharpeville massacre was a turning point in anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa.
Video length
2 minutes 48 seconds
Video genre
Documentaries
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2)
Student type
This resource is intended for:High schoolers
high-school
High schoolers
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Upload date
3/19/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Choose the correct options.
She lost her father on a protest. What was it against?
Apartheid
Segregation in the USA
Violence against women
Forced labour
2. Choose the correct options.
When did the protest against Apartheid take place? It took place on
March 21st, 1960
May 1st, 1960
March 1st, 1916
May 1st, 1916
3. Choose the correct options.
How many people joined the protest?
300
3,000
30,000
4. Choose the correct options.
What was the most hated restriction against the nation's black majority?
Pass books
Coursebooks
Banned books
5. Choose the correct options.
What were black citizens forced to do if they had visitors?
They had to inform the police
They weren't forced to do anything about it
6. Choose the correct options.
Was the protest in front of the Police station against pass books peaceful? What was the goal?
No, it wasn't. They didn't want to be arrested.
Yes, it was and the goal was to be arrested
No, it wasn't and they wanted to be arrested.
Yes, it was but they didn't want to be arrested.
7. Choose the correct options.
What did the police do?
They opened fired to unarmed peaceful protestors
They protected unarmed peaceful protestors
8. Choose the correct options.
Where was he shot?
He was shot on his back
He was shot on his knee
He was shot on his shoulder
He was shot on his left foot
9. Choose the correct options.
How many bullets did the police fire in just two minutes?
1,300
13,000
130,000
10. Choose the correct options.
How many people were killed by the police? ___________ people were killed by the police
Less than 65
Over 65
11. Choose the correct options.
Who delivered the casquets on the beds of trucks?
The government
The demonstrators themselves
12. Choose the correct options.
What did the families complain about? They complained about not having the chance
to see their loved ones before burying them
to choose the casquet they wanted
13. Choose the correct options.
Shaperville massacre is said to be a turning point in the fight against Apartheid. Why? Because the whole world
finally condemned the South African racist regime
saw what happened but did little about it
14. Choose the correct options.
Shaperville massacre is also regarded as a turning point because it put an end to three decades of protests and riots
True
False
15. Choose the correct options.
Nelson Mandela became President of South Africa after being in prison. How long was he imprisoned?
He was imprisoned for almost 20 years
He was imprisoned for almost 30 years
16. Choose the correct options.
Nelson Mandela was the first black President of South Africa. Where did he sign the new Constitution?
In Johannesburg
In Cape Town
In Shaperville
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