Integrated Skills Program 2
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L4T1F - It's a mystery.
In this lesson, you're going to learn about the Lost City of Atlantis mystery.
Task One: Click on the link. Watch the video about today's mystery.
Task Two: Watch the video and practise saying the words.
Task Three: Write the words under the pictures.
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Task Four: Ed Winchester presents a show called "It’s a mystery". Every week he talks about a different mystery.
This week, Ed is talking about the Lost City of Atlantis mystery. Listen to the show and choose the best words to complete the sentences below.
1. Plato wrote about Atlantis about __________ years ago.
2. Atlantians built great buildings, palaces, and __________.
3. The capital city of Atlantis was on a hill, surrounded by rings of __________, then fields, and finally beautiful mountains.
4. Ignatius Donnelly thought that the story of Atlantis was true and wrote a book about it in the year __________.
5. Some people think that Atlantis is under the sea between Spain and __________.
6. Other people think that Atlantis is a __________ because we can only find it in Plato’s writings.
Task Five: Listen to Kelly. What does she think about the mystery?
Task Six: Are the statements below true or false?
Kelly deosn't think that Atlantis was a real city.
Kelly thinks that Plato wanted people to believe his story.
Kelly says that the natural disater that destroyed Atlantis destroyed many cities around the world.
Clear selection
Task Seven: Listen to Greg. What does he think about the mystery?
Task Eight: Are the statements below true or false?
Greg thinks that Atlantis is real.
Greg says that people on expeditions may have found buildings from Atlantis.
Greg doesn't think that there are many secrets in the oceans.
Clear selection
Task Nine: Watch the video and answer the questions with your own ideas.
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