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Task Description
The young learners are going to improve their listening skills and enrich their vocabulary.
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Scientists have developed glasses that can scan plants on forest floors, helping to preserve tropical rain forests. • The James Webb Space Telescope has produced spectacular new images of the universe. • Researchers have discovered woodpeckers' heads offer the birds no special protection when forcefully pecking trees!
Video length
3 minutes 8 seconds
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
06/09/2022
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Unmix the sentence.
Tropical
rainforests
are
some
of
the
world's
diverse
environments.
2. Fill the gap.
Young trees and shrubsforests' floorsunderstory.
3. Unmix the sentence.
Healthy
forest
understories
provide
food
and
shelter
to
a
wide
variety
of
animals.
4. Correct the wrong word.
Now a mature scientist.
5. Unmix the sentence.
Daniel
Gorczynski
has
come
up
with
a
new
way
to
study
the
health
of
understory
plants.
6. Correct the wrong word.
By testing mixed reality glasses.
7. Fill the gap.
The high-tech glassestheplants.
8. Unmix the sentence.
This
helps
the
wearer
to
view
different
layers
of
plant
life.
9. Fill the gap.
Scientiststhe informationthe glasses.
10. Fill the gap.
Tothe size andplants.
11. Correct the wrong word.
Following spontenious tests.
12. Unmix the sentence.
Glasses
could
soon
be
used
to
monitor
the
health
of
plants
and
forests
around
the
world.
13. Fill the gap.
In December 2021 NASAa newspace.
14. Correct the wrong word.
The James Webb Solar Telescope.
15. Fill the gap.
The powerful telescopedetailed new views of the universe.
16. Unmix the sentence.
This
summer
the
first
images
captured
were
shown
on
giant
screens
and
cities
around
the
world.
17. Correct the wrong word.
The stunning images include.
18. Unmix the sentence.
A
photo
of
five
huge
galaxies
that
appear
to
be
touching.
19. Correct the wrong word.
An origin of our galaxy.
20. Fill the gap.
Whereof gasnew stars.
21. Fill the gap.
And atheJupiter.
22. Unmix the sentence.
NASA
hopes
that
the
James
Webb
Space
Telescope
will
continue
to
capture
out-of-this-world
images.
23. Fill the gap.
To help usthe starsbefore.
24. Correct the wrong word.
Woodpeckers, the delicate sounding birds.
25. Unmix the sentence.
Knock
their
sharp
beaks
against
trees
to
dig
out
grubs.
26. Fill the gap.
Towoodpeckers bash their heads forcefully into a tree around 20second.
27. Unmix the sentence.
Scientists
have
long
thought
that
woodpecker
heads
have
built-in
shock
absorbers.
28. Fill the gap.
That stop theirbashing their heads so much.
29. Correct the wrong word.
But new report suggests.
30. Unmix the sentence.
That
woodpeckers
don't
actually
have
any
protection.
31. Fill the gap.
Resesrcherswoodpeckersmotion.
32. Correct the wrong word.
And found that the result of their beak hitting wood.
33. Fill the gap.
Sends atheirhead.
34. Correct the wrong word.
Scientists now suppose.
35. Fill the gap.
That although woodpeckers' heads offer notheir pecking.
36. Unmix the sentence.
Woodpeckers'
brains
are
so
small
that
they
don't
suffer
any
injuries.
37. Correct the wrong word.
So, fortunately for woodpeckers.
38. Unmix the sentence.
They
can
carry
on
pecking
without
getting
hurt.
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