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Task Description
getting the gist, acquiring new vocabulary and information about this new environmental problem : Face masks
Video details
Scene summary
Face masks: a growing pollution problem - Viewing comprehension. Different types of exercises to check students' understanding.
Video length
2 minutes 42 seconds
Video genre
Documentaries
Language goals
vocabulary
Vocabulary practice
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
Student type
This resource is intended for:High schoolers
high-school
High 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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Upload date
5/27/2020
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Choose the correct options.
What have Hongkongers been wearing since the coronavirus outbreak began?
face masks
face creams
plastic hats
plastic gloves
2. Choose the correct options.
Where can we find them?
rubbish bins
parking lots
streets
coastlines
rubbish trucks
3. Guess the end.
How does he call people who throw masks away?
4. Fill the gap.
The surgical masks can pose a threat with the seathe porpoises or the Chinese dolphins.
5. Guess the end.
What can happen to the animals that eat these face masks?
6. Choose the correct options.
How many face masks did he pick up and how long did it take?
29 masks for an hour
29 masks for half an hour
9 masks for half an hour
29 hours for half a mask
7. Correct the wrong word.
Used masks are not only polluting beaches but also hiding trails.
8. Unmix the sentence.
People
can
do
nothing
because
of
hygienic
reasons.
9. Fill the gap.
Recycling masks isbecause of possible contamination.
10. Fill the gap.
It takesof years to make a plastic mask to disappear.
11. Unmix the sentence.
Plastic
masks
are
incinerated
with
other
medical
waste.
12. Guess the end.
According to WWF what can be done to stop the use of masks?
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