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Task Description
Extreme weather vocabulary and listening activity from YouTube video - Education
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Scene summary
Severe weather explanation, vocabulary focus
Video length
4 minutes 26 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
Vocabulary practice
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers
High schoolers
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Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
is pretty excited because today's episode is all about it.
2. Choose the correct options.
Which one counts as severe weather?
Some light rain
A thunderstorm with heavy rain and lightning
3. Guess the end.
What examples of extreme weather does she mention? (say at least 3)
4. Choose the correct options.
What speed can tornadoes reach?
130 km/h
300 km/h
200 km/h
100 km/h
5. Match the two halves.
a flood
it happens when it rains too much and a river overflows
a hurricane
storms with high winds and heavy rain forming over warm oceans
a blizzard
a snow storm
a tornado
a spinning column of air from a thunderstorm cloud to the earth surface
6. Guess the end.
Extreme weather can be dangerous for...
7. Guess the end.
What can be a consequence of a drought?
8. Fill the gap.
Really strong thunderstorms can sometimes bringand high winds that can damage trees.
9. Choose the correct options.
Can be a consequence of heavy rain
a hillside
a mudslide
a slope
10. Guess the end.
What extreme weather conditions can you remember?
Discussion questions
1. What do you think the weather will be like in your country 50 years from now?
2. How has the weather in your country changed in the last ... years?
3. Is there anything humans can do to stop climate change or prevent extreme weather conditions?
Vocabulary list
ground that has a natural incline, such as the side of a hill
consequence of heavy rain, when a slope or hillside collapses
a brilliant flash in the sky during a storm
a loud noise produced during a storm. We hear it after lightning
a violent, spinning windstorm that forms on the earth surface
a storm with snow, dry winds and intense cold
a violent tropical storm forming over warm ocean waters
a great flowing or overflowing of water, esp. over land not usually submerged
a long period of dry weather
Agriculturethe plant, or the product of a plant, produced while growing or when harvested
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