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The Lucky Necklace

Quiz by: rmd    

Description: Sharing is caring.
Low Intermediate
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1. What did the boy receive in the mail?
2. What happened to the boy when he fell out of the tree?
3. Who sat next to him?
4. What did he do in class?
5. Why did the three bullies run away from him?
6. What did the boy make with his mother?
7. What did the boy and his father buy?
8. What did the boy give the old man?
The Lucky Necklace
Marcel is a young boy who loves stories about American Indians.
His parents give him a present -- an indian necklace.
The next day Marcel wears the necklace. He falls out of a tree, but he doesn’t get hurt.
Marcel looks closely at the necklace. He thinks the necklace is lucky.
On the school bus, a cute girl sits next to him.
After school, Marcel protects a classmate from bullies.
Marcel feels strong when he wears the necklace.
One evening, Marcel and his father go shopping for a Christmas tree.
They see a homeless man who looks cold and lonely. Marcel’s father gives the man some money, and Marcel gives the man a present too.
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cold and lonely       it's       strong       His       who       Lucky       doesn’t get hurt       protects       go shopping for       him


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1.) Do you have a lucky necklace?
2.) Were you surprised that Marcel gave the necklace to the homeless man?
3.) Why do you think Marcel gave him the necklace?

The Lucky Necklace: A Heartwarming Tale of Sharing and Caring

Discover the magic of sharing and caring in this video where luck is intertwined with the values of compassion and generosity.

The video explores the idea that sharing is caring, and how objects can hold special significance in people's lives. It's a heartwarming tale that teaches us the importance of kindness and empathy.

This video is perfect for ESL learners at a low-intermediate level who are interested in learning about different cultures and beliefs. It can be used in the classroom to spark discussions about superstitions, traditions, and the value of sharing.
Category

Grammar

Grammar

Present Simple

Keywords

good luck charm

talisman

sharing

caring

compassion

generosity

Discussion Questions

1.) Do you have a lucky necklace?
2.) Were you surprised that Marcel gave the necklace to the homeless man?
3.) Why do you think Marcel gave him the necklace?

Vocabulary

lucky

sharing

caring

bully

homeless

necklace

American Indian

Native American