It seems counterintuitive that a small piece of cloth can stop a deadly killer. It is even harder to believe that less than a year ago if you walked into a grocery store with a mask you would have probably caused all kinds of suspicious looks and anxiety. For some masks represent a new way to express individuality, for others a necessary nuisance and for others still a political statement. One thing is for sure, during the coronavirus pandemic, carrying (and wearing) masks areas necessary as taking your keys and wallet. In this lesson, I offer a digital handout of True or false statements about wearing masks to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus based on the PBS video "It's OK to be Smart". The lesson is based on the Whole Language Approach to teaching second languages in that it uses a first language resource to initiate more authentic and engaging discussions.