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listenings exercises > I shouldn´t be alive! A true survival story
 

I shouldn´t be alive! A true survival story

 

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I shouldn´t be alive! A true survival story
by Rossana Mandich

Date: 14 - Oct - 2009
Level: intermediate
Age: +14

Description:
This video from Discovery Channel tells the true story of Dave and Crystal, who got lost in the Amazon jungle. This activity works well with unit 4b of New English File Upper Intermediate, but it can be used to supplement any coursebook.


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Roclam
Rossana Mandich
Italy
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adrianaf
Italy

          posted by adrianaf 0
Engaging topic and good listening practice for intermediate students.


Zora
Canada

          posted by Zora 0
Good job.


fernandasobral
Portugal

          posted by fernandasobral 0
I have a worksheet about same subject called "Missing bagpacker found safe" and I also did a powerpoint but cannot load it.
Great work.


mistick
France

          posted by mistick 0
Great job!! very interesting topic, I´m sure my students will like it. Thousands of thanks for sharing


Pam_D
Chile

Thank you!! :D          posted by Pam_D 0
Very interesting. The warming up activity is appropriate and engaging. Good questions, too.


Nereis
Argentina

Great OE,Rossana!!! Very useful and attractive          posted by Nereis 0


Cartuxa
Portugal

thanks a lot! :)          posted by Cartuxa 0