"¿Cómo se contamina el agua?" Authentic video activity and reading

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Placido Language Resources
Grade Levels
9th - 12th
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11 pages
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Students are so passionate about conservation topics like contaminated water! Thanks for this engaging resource created to support student language acquisition and growth in content areas!
I use this unit with my level 3 students to accompany Robo en la noche. Well developed and the lesson plans are easy to follow.
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This packet allows you to use authentic resources to teach students about water contamination. Suitable for students in level 2 and up.

This packet contains:
A novice-high reading about water contamination
Video transcript of the short video “¿Cómo se contamina el agua?”
Available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPG7cSgLgqg
A cloze listening activity for the video
Thinking questions for students to complete as they view or read
Answer keys
Links to 2 other videos that tie in well with this activity

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Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 days
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