Listening based on video segments

Listening segment 1

Watch the following video and take notes to answer the questions. You can watch it as many times as you need to answer all the questions to the best of your ability.  Please bring the questions to class.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s93ywqFa6CM

Questions

  1. How does stress begin?
  2. How does it feel?
  3. What is stress response?
  4. What are the benefits of stress response?
  5. What is the problem?
  6. What is the good news?
  7. How can you bust stress?
  8. What are the benefits of controlling stress?

 

Listening Segment 2:

Introduction: Read the introduction and look up words you may not know.

The goliath tarantula of South America is the biggest spider in the world.

Tarantulas are slow and deliberate movers, but accomplished nocturnal predators.

Insects are their main prey.

A tarantula may spin a trip wire to signal an alert when something approaches its burrow.

VOC:  Fang= long sharp tooth that animals such as dogs and snakes have.

 

Note: Listen carefully to the pronunciation of :’ goliath tarantula”

View the video as many times as necessary to answer the questions.

http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/tarantula_goliath

What is being said about the goliath tarantula?

How do they hunt?

How many eyes do they have?

What is meant by “it’s like a dinner bell”

Are they dangerous for humans?

 

Listening segment 3

Watch the following video and take notes to answer the questions. You can watch it as many times as you need to answer all the questions to the best of your ability.

http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/news/140408-eyes-health-vin?source=relatedvideo

What can you see if you look an eye with a microscope?
What does it mean if you see a yellowed area in the eye?
What do the little brown spots indicate?
What does a little spot of blood in the white part of the eye indicate?
Why is the eye called a window to our bodies and our health?

 

Listening segment 4

Watch the following video and take notes to answer the questions. You can watch it as many times as you need to answer all the questions to the best of your ability.

Why did the researchers go to Australia?

What is the purpose of the Enduring Voices project?

What happens every two weeks according to the video?

What are they trying to do?

What does the endurance of language depend on?

Why did they researchers visit the young man?

What is the use of the technology kits?

 

 

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