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Men's Brains and Women's Brains with Mark Gungor

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Video Length: 5:09

Updated on: 04/01/2020

Lesson Time: 1–2 hrs.

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Lesson Description

In this ESL lesson plan for teens and adults, students watch a video on a stand-up comedy performance about the difference between men's brains and women's brains. It includes discussion and conversation activities about gender differences, stand-up comedy, and how to use the verb 'tend'. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic and do an activity using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do exercises on the first conditional. There is also a quiz & review activity.

Video Description

Mark Gungor, a comedian, demonstrates the differences between how men's brains and women's brains work and how they're very different from each other. Definitely worth a good laugh.

Lesson Activities

Gender Differences, Stand-up Comedy
Short Answers, Multiple Choice
Phrases, Verbs, Adjectives, Context Usage
First Conditional
Quiz & Review

Lesson Topics

Men's Brains & Women's Brains

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