Punctuation Marks

jackbuen87 June 12, 2019

Filter Bubbles by ESL Brains - Anna’s favourite video quizzes EP 05

In this episode we are showcasing a video quiz by our user ESL Brains, a great blog written by two English teachers who produce lesson plans around hot topics that will be relevant for most of the adult students you teach. Apart from showing you parts of the quiz, we will also give you a quick tour of the ESL Brains blog and say what we particularly like about their lesson plans - and talk about our shared mission! :)

The original video quiz can be found here on our site: 

And here is the full lesson plan on the ESL Brains blog: 

Enjoy!

Anna Csíky, iSLCollective Teacher Trainer

Task description & scene summary

Task description:
The students will answer the question about punctuation marks. This video covers the four basic punctuation marks.
Scene summary:
These video covers the four basic punctuation marks. It includes the full stop, comma, question mark, and exclamation mark.
Video length: 1 minute 47 seconds
Video genre: Edu video or lecture, (e.g. amateur educational video, TedEd, TED talk)
Lesson type: Deep listening comprehension - Meaning check ("Do you understand what it means?")
Level:
Student types:
Grammar:
Copyright license: iSLCollective Copyright License
First published: 2019-06-12, 09:33:14 (GMT+1)

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KIERAN DONAGHY ABOUT ISLCOLLECTIVE VIDEO QUIZZES:

"iSLCollective Interactive Video Quizzes are highly engaging and motivating multimodal texts for English language students to learn vocabulary and improve their listening skills. They are the perfect complement to the creative and innovative lesson plans on Film English."

Kieran Donaghy,
Creator of FilmEnglish.com, a site with hundreds of high quality, free ESL/EFL lesson plans created around short films

Video quiz questions (printable)

1) What is the first punctuation mark?

  • period or full stop (.)
  • question mark (?)
  • exclamation mark (!)
  • comma (,)

2) What punctuation is used to ask a question?

  • period or full stop (.)
  • question mark (?)
  • exclamation mark (!)
  • comma (,)

3) When do we use an exclamation mark?

  • when we express strong feelings/excitement
  • when we want to give information(ข้อมูล)
  • when we list names of things, places, or a person
  • when we want to ask something

4) This is used to list names of a person, place, or things. This is also used to pause.

  • exclamation mark (!)
  • question mark (?)
  • comma (,)
  • period or full stop (.)

5) Which sentence shows the correct punctuation?Help

  • Help. There is fire.
  • Help, there is fire,
  • Help! There is fire!
  • Help? There is fire?

6) Which sentence has correct punctuation?

  • What does your father do.
  • What does your father do?
  • What does your father do!
  • What does your father do,

7) Which sentence has a correct punctuation mark?

  • My father works in the office.
  • My father works in the office?
  • My father works in the office,
  • My father works in the office!

8) Which sentence has the correct punctuation mark?

  • There are monkeys, cats, and tigers in the zoo.
  • There are monkeys? cats? and tigers in the zoo?
  • There are monkeys! cats! and tigers in the zoo!
  • There are monkeys. Cats. And tigers in the zoo.

About the author

KIERAN DONAGHY ABOUT ISLCOLLECTIVE VIDEO QUIZZES:

"iSLCollective Interactive Video Quizzes are highly engaging and motivating multimodal texts for English language students to learn vocabulary and improve their listening skills. They are the perfect complement to the creative and innovative lesson plans on Film English."

Kieran Donaghy,
Creator of FilmEnglish.com, a site with hundreds of high quality, free ESL/EFL lesson plans created around short films

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