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Task Description
The young learners are going to improve their listening skills and practise Present Tenses.
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Scene summary
When you go to outer space, your body changes. Your spine gets longer, your heart doesn't work as hard and your vision gets worse. Leland lets us in on his body-morphing experiences as a NASA astronaut.
Video length
2 minutes 0 second
Video genre
Documentaries
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
Other pedagogical goals
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
05/12/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Correct the wrong word.
When you travel to space.
2. Unmix the sentence.
Because
you're
in
a
zero-g
environment.
3. Fill the gap.
Somethingsyour body.
4. Choose the correct options.
I grew an ...
inch
yard
metre
5. Correct the wrong word.
Just now I'm 5,11.
6. Fill the gap.
ButI was 6tall.
7. Unmix the sentence.
On
the
ground
gravity
compresses
your
spine.
8. Fill the gap.
Ityou down, thevector going down.
9. Unmix the sentence.
In
space,
without
gravity
pulling
your
spine
down,
every
vertebrae
has
a
chance
to
move
up.
10. Fill the gap.
Whichyourof height.
11. Correct the wrong word.
After my height elongated.
12. Fill the gap.
When Ibednight.
13. Correct the wrong word.
I had some back pain.
14. Fill the gap.
Aways a bodyspace are.
15. Correct the wrong word.
The liver gets smaller.
16. Unmix the sentence.
And
changes
its
shape
because
it's
not
having
to
pump
as
hard.
17. Fill the gap.
To pull theyour feet.
18. Unmix the sentence.
Because
now
things
are
just
floating
and
working
inside
your
body.
19. Unmix the sentence.
Without
gravity
your
bones
can
change
shape
as
they
lose
calcium.
20. Choose the correct options.
And they become more ...
brittle
bruised
bulky
21. Unmix the sentence.
So,
we
run
on
the
treadmill
that
you
strap
yourself
down
to.
22. Fill the gap.
Youthe treadmill to actuallyloads into your bones.
23. Choose the correct options.
To keep them ... atrophying.
out of
from
against
24. Unmix the sentence.
And
losing
bone
density
of
calcium.
25. Fill the gap.
Forpeoplespace.
26. Unmix the sentence.
Your
inter-cranial
pressure
changes
with
pushes
on
your
eyeball.
27. Correct the wrong word.
And it breaks its shape.
28. Unmix the sentence.
Therefore
requiring
you
to
wear
glasses
in
space.
29. Fill the gap.
So weprescriptions ofonboard.
30. Unmix the sentence.
Just
in
case
someone's
vision
changes.
31. Fill the gap.
Any changes in our bodies andspace.
32. Unmix the sentence.
It's
worth
it
for
the
spirit
of
exploration.
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