Mr. Bean Wanted Part 1

vsp910 February 25, 2018

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Task description & scene summary

Task description:
Students watch a video and answer various questions, in past and present. Comprehension, questions and answers
Scene summary:
A prisoner escapes and enters Mr. Beans house. Mr. Bean and the prisoner look alike and Mr. Bean ends up in prison.
Video length: 5 minutes 38 seconds
Video genre: Cartoon / tale for kids (e.g. Tom & Jerry, Simon's cat, Peppa Pig, Mr. Bean)
Lesson type: Asking about the visuals ("What can/could you see?")
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Student types:
Copyright license: iSLCollective Copyright License
First published: 2018-02-25, 21:04:12 (GMT+1)

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Video quiz questions (printable)

1) What did he say?

Answer the question using your own words

2) How many dogs did you see?

Answer the question using your own words

3) Name the furniture in the bathroom

Answer the question using your own words

4) What almost fell on the floor?

Answer the question using your own words

5) What time is it?

Answer the question using your own words

6) What is Mr. Beam doing?

Answer the question using your own words

7) Where is the robber (prisoner)?

Answer the question using your own words

8) What is in front of Mr. Bean's door?

Answer the question using your own words

9) What did he say?

Answer the question using your own words

10) How many prisoners are there (including Mr. Bean)?

Answer the question using your own words

11) What sport does this prisoner "play"?

Answer the question using your own words

12) What did Mr. Bean make?

Answer the question using your own words

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