Lesson 25: Watch Out! | ESL Video

Lesson 25: Watch Out!

Quiz by: rmd    

Description: Anna learns about a new game, "Catch Americana." She walks around the memorials to U.S. Presidents and learns fun facts by playing the game.
Low Intermediate
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1. How does Anna give advice to Dan?
2. Why does Dan tell Anna to play the game?
3. How does Dan give advice to Anna?
4. What does Dan say about the game?
5. What does Anna say about the U.S. Presidents?
6. How many points did Dan get for finding the American flag?
7. How many letters did Thomas Jefferson write in his lifetime?
Anna: Hello from Washington, DC! This city has many monuments and memorials.
Today I am visiting the ones built in memory of our Presidents: Washington,
Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt.
I want to learn more about them.
Hey! Watch out!
Dan: Sorry! I didn’t see you.
Anna: You were not looking. You should be more careful.
Dan: I know I should be more careful. But this game is really fun.
Anna: What kind of game?
Dan: You have to find things that aren’t really there.
Anna: How can you find things that aren’t really there?
Dan: They’re in your phone. See?
Anna: I see. It’s like a scavenger hunt.
Dan: That’s right!
Anna: I don’t have time for games. I want to learn about U.S. presidents.
Dan: Then you should play this game! When you find an American symbol, you win
points and a Fun Fact about a U.S. President.
Anna: I have time for this game!
Dan: Here are the symbols that I caught: the Statue of Liberty for 20 points, Uncle
Sam for 40 points and the American flag for 60 points.
Anna: What symbol are you looking for now?
Dan: I am looking for the bald eagle. That is 100 points! It should be near the
Washington Monument.
Anna: This game is awesome.
Dan: You ought to buy the app right now. It’s called “Catch Americana.”
Anna: Got it. Catch Americana.
Anna: Thanks! Good luck!
Dan: Good luck to you too!
Anna: This is the Jefferson Memorial. I know that Thomas Jefferson signed the
Declaration of Independence! Now, where is that symbol?
Anna: Here it is! My first one. It’s an American flag! I won 60 points!
Anna: An American flag works well for Thomas Jefferson. I see lots of American
flags on Independence Day!
Where is my Jefferson Fun Fact?
Voice: In his lifetime, Thomas Jefferson wrote about 19,000 letters!
Anna: I did not know that. Where is the next symbol?
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Let's Talk!

1.) Who was the first President of the United States?
2.) Do you play video games on your phone?
3.) What app do you use the most often?

Discovering U.S. Presidents: A Fun and Educational Journey

Join Anna on her adventure through Washington, DC as she explores monuments and memorials dedicated to U.S. Presidents. Learn about American symbols and Fun Facts while playing the engaging game 'Catch Americana'.

This ESL video introduces vocabulary related to history, symbols, and presidential facts. It's perfect for students looking to enhance their knowledge of American culture and traditions.

This video is ideal for low intermediate ESL learners interested in history and travel. Use it in the classroom to spark discussions about U.S. Presidents and engage students in interactive learning activities.



Present Simple


U.S. Presidents

American symbols

educational game


Discussion Questions

1.) Who was the first President of the United States?
2.) Do you play video games on your phone?
3.) What app do you use the most often?




scavenger hunt


bald eagle

Declaration of Independence

American flag

Fun Fact

Independence Day