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Students are introduced to the hunt for the Loch Ness Monster and some new vocabulary to go with it.
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The video shows us a group of scientists searching for the Loch Ness Monster and follows their research.
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3 minutes 26 seconds
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Language goals
Vocabulary practice
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers
High schoolers
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1. Choose the correct options.
What is DNA?
It contains the genetic code of organisms
It is the blood of an organism
It is a type of organism foudn in water
2. Choose the correct options.
What does mystery mean?
Something that is easy to explain
Something difficult or impossible to explain
Something that is only found in Scotland
3. Choose the correct options.
What does definitive explanation mean?
To provide a final solution or answer
To need further explanation
To be unexplainable
4. Choose the correct options.
What does plausible mean?
Seeming to be incorrect
Seeming to be reasonable
Seeming to be questionable
5. Choose the correct options.
What does unconvinced mean?
Not certain that something is true
Not happy about something
Completely certain that something is true
6. Choose the correct options.
What does unidentified mean?
Not true
Not recognised
Not usual
7. Fill the gap.
Theis a mystery.
8. Fill the gap.
Thefound no definitive explanation for Nessie.
9. Guess the end.
Do you think that it is plausible that a monster lives in the loch?
10. Fill the gap.
One long time Nessiewas unconvinced by the findings.
11. Fill the gap.
More than 20% of the
12. Guess the end.
What kinds of environmental DNA was being collected from the loch?
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