Jan 7, 2023

News Quiz 2022: follow up

Activities for reviewing and recycling the language from News Quiz 2022

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 I hope the latest edition of the News Quiz provided some learning opportunities for your students and you're ready to do some further language-focused work.

Like in the past two (pandemic) years, the follow-up activities come in different formats. Below you will find drag'n'drop activities on LearningApps, one matching activity on WordWall (Intermediate level only) and 'traditional' worksheets in editable Google Docs. As a lead-in, you can show this BBC News video and ask students which stories mentioned in the video appeared in the News Quiz.

  • If you haven't seen News Quiz 2022 - 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=p5x2ntowt23 (preview below)

Intermediate (B2+/C1)

Drag'n'drop 1  https://learningapps.org/watch?v=pbzcciqx523  (preview below)


Collocation match: https://wordwall.net/resource/919323 (preview below)


Paper-based worksheets, which can be adapted for online teaching. Answer keys appear in the second parts of the documents.

Advanced (B2+/C1)

Click HERE to download Google doc or preview below. 

Intermediate (B1+/B2-)

Click HERE to download the Google doc or preview below:

If you spot any mistakes or encounter any difficulty accessing any of these, do let me know in the comments below.


  1. Great follow-up activities as well! Thanks a million!

  2. Amazing Leo, I love it and I will use it. Thank you so much for sharing.


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