ASSIGN VIDEO QUIZZES AS HOMEWORK

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1. Click on "Assign as homework" below the video.

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Zootopia- Sloth scene

mermaid72 January 30, 2018

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Task description & scene summary

Task description:
The students are going to improve their listening skills. They will work with basic verbs of action and prepositions.
Scene summary:
The officer is in a hurry to run a plate, but it happens that all the staff are sloths, which are famous for being very slow.
Video length: 0 minutes 0 seconds
Video genre: editorlang.
Lesson type: Basic listening comprehension - Hearing check ("Can you make out the words being said?")
Level:
Student types:
Copyright license: iSLCollective Copyright License
First published: 2018-01-30, 12:34:56 (GMT+1)

About the author

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Video quiz questions (printable)

1)

Put the words in order: sloths. What? They all are

2)

Put the words in order: document. stamping is sloth This the

3) Tap the stapler.

4) This sloth is about to ... a photo.

  • do
  • make
  • take

5)

Put the words in order: be going You it was quick. said to

6)

Fill the gap: Buddy, it's ________________________ to see you.

7)

Put the words in order: Nice too. to see you

8) Flash, I'd love you to ... my friend.

  • make
  • meet
  • meat

9)

Put the words in order: name. Darling, your I forgot

10)

Put the words in order: as I'm doing just can. well I as

11)

Fill the gap: What ________________________ for you?

12)

Put the words in order: you run for hoping plate a was I can us.

13) We are ... a really big hurry.

  • at
  • on
  • in

14) What's a ... number?

  • page
  • plate
  • place

15)

Put the words in order: joke? hear a Flash, to want you do

16)

Fill the gap: What do ________________________ a three-humped camel?

17)

Fill the gap: I ________________________ know.

18) The sloth is about to ...

  • cry.
  • laugh.
  • whistle.

19)

Put the words in order: funny. we It's focus very on... Can just

20) Tap the glasses.

21)

Put the words in order: But to I have you. you. love We I owe hustle.

About the author

DIGITAL CLASSROOM E-BOOK COLLECTION

Check out Digital Classrooms - an eBook Bundle for Language Teachers (Click here) by Nik Peachey, our Advisory Committee member, a special  collection of e-books that will help you teach better with videos.

Also make sure to check out Nik's free e-books: Nik Peachey's free e-books on technology in education.

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mfilo
2018-01-30 14:27:29
Thank YOU!