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Task Description
The young learners are going to improve their listening skills and enrich their vocabulary.
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Scene summary
• Climate change is warming ocean waters and threatening the breeding grounds of humpback whales. • Ammonia is being tested as an environmentally friendly fuel to power tractors. • Scientists in Japan have developed eclectic chopsticks that simulate the taste of salt.
Video length
3 minutes 31 seconds
Video genre
Documentaries
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for: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.
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This resource is licensed by mermaid72 under the iSLCollective Copyright License.
Upload date
7/4/2022
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Unmix the sentence.
Humpback
whales
can
be
found
in
oceans
all
around
the
world.
2. Correct the wrong word.
But in the late 20th century.
3. Fill the gap.
Theyhuntedextinction.
4. Unmix the sentence.
Fortunately,
as
a
result
of
whale
hunting
bans,
their
numbers
have
recovered.
5. Fill the gap.
But nowisthe whale's survival.
6. Unmix the sentence.
Every
year
thousands
of
humpback
whales
migrate
from
cold
northern
waters
to
warmer
waters
further
south.
7. Choose the correct options.
Nearer the ...
pole
equator
islands
8. Fill the gap.
Thesenewborn calves warm.
9. Fill the gap.
Allowing themgrowing strong and healthy.
10. Choose the correct options.
However, scientists have ....
reported
proclaimed
predicted
11. Unmix the sentence.
That
rising
ocean
temperatures
could
cause
water
in
these
areas
to
become
too
warm.
12. Fill the gap.
That coulditthe whales.
13. Unmix the sentence.
To
find
an
area
of
water
that
is
suitable
for
young
calves.
14. Fill the gap.
Leadingtheironce again.
15. Unmix the sentence.
But
if
we
can
successfully
tackle
climate
change.
16. Fill the gap.
Oceanstemperatures.
17. Unmix the sentence.
That
will
allow
humpback
whales
to
thrive
well
into
the
future.
18. Correct the wrong word.
Tractors are very important in farming.
19. Fill the gap.
But because they'refossil fuelsdiesel.
20. Fill the gap.
They canthe environment.
21. Unmix the sentence.
Unlike
cars
tractors
can't
rely
on
electric
batteries.
22. Correct the wrong word.
Because they're so huge.
23. Unmix the sentence.
And
therefore
they
require
a
lot
more
energy
to
power.
24. Fill the gap.
Now engineersanother waytractors.
25. Unmix the sentence.
By
using
the
liquid
form
of
a
gas
called
ammonia.
26. Correct the wrong word.
Ammonia is expensive to produce.
27. Unmix the sentence.
And
scientists
are
working
to
do
so
sustainably.
28. Fill the gap.
Itdoesn'tgreenhouse gases.
29. Correct the wrong word.
When it is used by energy.
30. Unmix the sentence.
Engineers
have
tested
the
ammonia
by
adding
a
special
tank
to
a
tractor.
31. Correct the wrong word.
Topping it up to the fuel.
32. Fill the gap.
Andan ammonia-powereddrive.
33. Fill the gap.
If furthersuccessful.
34. Unmix the sentence.
Ammonia
could
soon
transform
more
tractors
into
clean
green
farming
machines.
35. Correct the wrong word.
Japanese food is very delicious.
36. Unmix the sentence.
But
sometimes
it
can
contain
a
lot
of
salt.
37. Fill the gap.
Andpeoplesalt.
38. Correct the wrong word.
It can ruin their health.
39. Unmix the sentence.
To
tackle
this
problem
a
team
of
scientists
has
created
a
unique
solution.
40. Fill the gap.
Electric chopsticks thatthesalt.
41. Fill the gap.
The high-techtransmitting ions.
42. Correct the wrong word.
Small natural particles.
43. Correct the wrong word.
From the salt to the user's mouth.
44. Unmix the sentence.
These
ions
cause
very
weak
electricity
to
pass
through
the
user's
mouth.
45. Fill the gap.
Whichthe taste oftheir tongue.
46. Unmix the sentence.
The
salty
sensation
created
by
the
chopsticks
means
that
less
salt
can
be
added
to
food.
47. Fill the gap.
But diners can stillflavours.
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