Finding Carter: Questions in the Simple Past

Finding Carter (2014 – 2015)

A teenager finds out she was abducted as a toddler and returns to her biological family.

Creators: Terry Minski, Emily Silver

Source

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Season/Episode: 02/24

Level: Intermediate

Age: Teens/Adults

The segment was extracted from an episode of Finding Carter. It is a short dialogue with several sentences in the simple past. It is an opportunity for students to practice their listening, since the characters are emotional and do not speak so clearly.

 

VIDEO SEGMENT DOWNLOAD

ACTIVITY SHEET DOWNLOAD

Suggested procedures:

Before watching: have students do task 1 in pairs.
While watching: get students to answer the two questions while watching the video segment. You may need to play it twice.
After watching: have students do this last task in pairs. After they finish, they can role play a situation using the questions they created.
Time: 20 minutes.
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4 thoughts on “Finding Carter: Questions in the Simple Past

  1. Fernanda Amaral Lopes

    Boa tarde

    Vocês não disponibilizaram o video

    2016-10-17 9:19 GMT-02:00 TV Series 4 Learning :

    > Otávio Silva posted: “Finding Carter (2014 – 2015) A teenager finds out > she was abducted as a toddler and returns to her biological family. > Creators: Terry Minski, Emily Silver Source Season/Episode: 02/24 Level: > Intermediate Age: Teens/Adults The segment was extracted fro” >

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  2. Henrique

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