Quiz

 

Age: Older Teens & Adults

The activity designed for the song “I WISH YOU WERE HERE” is very simple. It´s just a guessing game. First, students learn about the author by taking a short quiz. Then, they listen to the song and find out its name. Finally, they check comprehension of the new words.


Age: Older Teens & Adults

The song “VINCENT” is about the painting Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh. First, students share in pairs their opinion about studying art in school. Then, they answer a quiz about various artists. After that, based on pictures of famous paintings displayed on the walls, they listen to the song and guess which painting the song is describing and who painted it. After that, they share their opinion.


Age: Older Teens & Adults

The activity designed for the song “FAST CAR” is an excuse to wrap up a lesson on Transportation. First, students share what they think the benefits of having a car are. Then, they listen to the song and guess whether the author has a car or not. After that, they take a quiz to check comprehension. Finally, they say whether they liked the song or not.


Age: Adults

The song “PHOTOGRAPH” is good to wrap up a lesson on Relative Causes or Inferring Meaning. First, students take a quiz and share their answers with a peer. Then, they fill in the blanks with suitable words. After that, they listen to the song and check whether they are right about the words they used. Next, they reflect on the relationship described in it and guess what kind of relationship that is. In the end, they find at least 5 relative clauses in it and personalize them.

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