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Teach your students advanced passive structures and discover the world of weird conspiracy-thinking and tin-foil hat men.

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  1. This lesson is very interesting, but I don’t like how the video provided no subtitles in English. I had to find another video on youtube to supplement to video that still worked within the lesson.

  2. Unfortunately, not all YouTube videos have CC – sometimes the uploaders disable the auto-captioning service (I don’t know why)

  3. I think students improve their listening ability with no subtitles. By showing them they just focus on reading. They hear but don’t listen.


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