Jan 6, 2022

News Quiz 2021 - Follow Up

Activities for reviewing and recycling the language from News Quiz 2021

Image credits: NASA [PD]; 
TapTheForwardAssist [CC BY-SA 4.0];
Glenn Francis [CC BY-SA 4.0]

I hope you enjoyed the latest edition of the News Quiz and didn't find too difficult. Like last year, the follow-up activities come in different formats, most of which can be edited and adapted for your needs. These include drag'n'drop activities on LearningApps, one matching activity on WordWall (Intermediate level only) and 'traditional' worksheets in PDF/editable Google Docs.


  • If you haven't seen News Quiz 2021 - click HERE

The activities are grouped by level according to the two versions of the News Quiz.

Online activities

Advanced (B2+/C1)

Drag'n'drop 1a  https://learningapps.org/watch?v=pb8myy57522 (preview below)




Intermediate (B1/B2)

Drag'n'drop 1:  https://learningapps.org/watch?v=pg9hvgqr522  (see preview below)

Worksheets

Paper-based worksheets, which can be adapted for online teaching.

Advanced (B2+/C1)

Click HERE to download Word doc or preview below:


 

Intermediate (B1/B2-)

Click HERE to download Word doc or preview below:

Discussion & Lexis

Like last year, Sally Hargreaves has come up with discussion questions containing the chunks from the quiz (highlighted in this colour) and which includes some additional chunks (highlighted in blue). This activity can be used to provide additional encounters with the target lexical items. I've adapted the same idea for the intermediate level with recycled chunks in this colour.

Advanced (B2+/C1) 
click HERE to download Word doc or preview below
(all credits to Sally Hargreaves)



Intermediate (B1/B2-)
click HERE to download Word doc or preview below


2 comments:

  1. Love your traditional News Quizzes! Thank you for the new one!

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    1. Thank you for your message. Glad you're enjoying them!

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