Before you watch, think about the title, what dies it mean?
Next, check out the vocabulary...
Watch the video and answer these questions:
Bullying is a behavior that harms or ....... a person,
Physical abuse is a/an ....... bullying.
....... bullying makes someone feel invisible.
A ....... looks for ways to get power and control over another person.
Sending mean messages is a form of ....... bullying.
Have you ever heard someone say, "Bundle up or you'll get sick"? These pre-cautionary words echo around the world as the first step of prevention against colds and flu when temperatures dip. But does being cold really make you sick? In this lesson, we are going to learn more about how and why it can happen.
What the video then answer THESE questions...
Think of some questions to ask me in class
If bad words are taboo, why do they make up such a significant part of our daily conversations? And where do they come from, anyway? Vsauce explains what makes bad words so ... bad.
Watch the video then answer THESE questions.
Let's discuss these questions in class:
What would happen if swearing stopped being taboo?
What were you most surprised by in this video?
First, sit back, relax and watch this video....
Second, review these questions watch the video again and answer the questions:
Avocados, nuts, and Olive oil contain .......
a) saturated fats
b) healthy fats
c) unsaturated fats
Legumes are different kinds of .......
b) leafy vegetables
c) root crops
....... should top the plant-based food pyramid.
b) green leafy vegetables
c) healthy fats
Spinach and Kale are .......
a) green leafy vegetables
c) fibrous plants
The video points out that .......
a) all fruits and vegetables are healthy.
b) all fruits and vegetables aren't created equal.
c) all fruits and vegetables should be eaten.
Lastly, think about these questions, let's talk about them in class - also think of some of your own:
Have you always wanted to learn to dance the tango, do a magic trick, or skydive?
If so, perhaps you need a bucket list – a list of all the things you want to do before you die.
A list might sound great but they’ve also been accused of limiting the imagination by encouraging people to follow someone else’s idea of the perfect life.
Neil and Sam discuss the subject and teach you some useful vocabulary.
Review the question & vocabulary, then watch & listen...
Which of the following things is the most popular activity on a bucket list? - Is it:
a) Swimming with dolphins
b) Getting a tattoo
c) Seeing the northern lights
[The answer is at the end of the video]
bucket list = a list of all the things you want to do before you die
comfort zone = a situation where you feel safe and comfortable and where your ability is not being tested
empowerment = process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling your life
fooling yourself = trying to make yourself believe something that you know is not really true; deceiving yourself
‘kick the bucket’ = an informal way to say, ‘die’
spontaneous = doing something in a natural, impulsive or sudden way based without any planning or premeditation
Check out this video and then answer the questions below:
Siesta is an afternoon nap which usually happens .
a) before lunch
b) during lunch
c) after lunch
Around what time do the Spaniards have their Siesta?
a) around 2 to 3 p.m.
b) around 3 to 4 p.m.
c) around 4 to 5 p.m.
Why do Spaniards have an afternoon nap?
a) to rest after eating
b) to close their stores
c) to avoid other people
Why is Siesta sometimes called an 'Afternoon Power Nap?'
a) because it saves electricity
b) because it restores a person's energy
c) because afternoons give the most power
The Spaniards relax and hang with their friends after eating. This practice is called .
What did Drew Binsky learn after experiencing the Siesta Culture?
a) Siesta culture makes people stress-free
b) Siesta culture makes the streets less crowded
c) Siesta culture makes the quality of life much better
Let's discuss these questions in class - prepare a couple of questions for me!:
Watch the video then check out the questions below:
How do dogs interpret crying?
a) as dog whining
b) as dog wanting food
c) as dog being sleepy
Why do dogs often curl up when sleeping?
a) to conserve body heat
b) to their most valuable organs from predators
c) all of the above
How many words can dog understand?
a) 120 words
b) 140 words
c) 150 words
Of the millions of domesticated dogs in America, which ones are the most popular?
b) Border Collies
Which is likely not true according to the video?
a) Dogs are not capable of solving spatial problems.
b) Dogs can count up to 5.
c) Dogs know the location of hidden treats.
Think about these questions and prepare a couple of your own:
Water is essentially everywhere in our world, and the average human is composed of between 55 and 60% water. So what role does water play in our bodies, and how much do we actually need to drink to stay healthy?
First, sit back, relax and Watch the video...
Next, review and answer these questions - remember your result so we can talk about it in class.
Lastly, let's discuss these questions in class + you think of a couple of questions too: