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This lesson contains 42 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 3 videos.

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Slide 1 - Slide

Do you know
who Elon Musk
is?

Slide 2 - Mind map

Slide 3 - Video

The company received its name after which famous scientist?

Slide 4 - Open question

Elon Musk started the company alongside Eberhard and Tarpenning
A
TRUE
B
FALSE

Slide 5 - Quiz

The Tesla Roadster used ______ battery cells and could reach _____ miles per charge

Slide 6 - Open question

Elon Musk announced the Tesla Model S before he became CEO
A
TRUE
B
FALSE

Slide 7 - Quiz

Tesla Model X was announced about 3 years after the model S.
A
TRUE
B
FALSE

Slide 8 - Quiz

Google almost bought Tesla in 2013
A
TRUE
B
FALSE

Slide 9 - Quiz

Tesla has _______ vehicles on the road and_______ supercharging stations.

Slide 10 - Open question

1. What is stated about Tesla in paragraph 1?
A
Elon Musk was one of the cofounders of the company.
B
It was initially established as an engineering business.
C
Tesla, Inc. was named after a famous person.
D
It started back in 2004.

Slide 11 - Quiz

2. The phrase "set up" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to
A
put
B
found
C
arrange
D
prepare

Slide 12 - Quiz

3. The word "furthermore" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to
A
additionally
B
because
C
thus
D
but

Slide 13 - Quiz

4. What is stated about the Tesla Roadster in paragraph 2?
A
It is still produced.
B
It was released in 2006.
C
It can travel 200 kilometers per charge.
D
It took longer to sell it to the public than it’d been planned.

Slide 14 - Quiz

5. What is stated about the Model S in paragraph 3?
A
The vehicle has a feature that allows it to drive itself.
B
It had some problems with its software and hardware.
C
It was massively produced and was inexpensive.
D
Model S was released before the Roadster.

Slide 15 - Quiz

6. What is stated about the Model X in paragraph 4?
A
It is smaller than the Model S.
B
It does not include the autopilot feature.
C
It is a very spacious car.
D
It’s not a safe car in case of an accident.

Slide 16 - Quiz

7. What picture represents the Falcon Wing doors
mentioned in paragraph 4?

Slide 17 - Drag question

Which of the
cars described
above would you
buy if you could?
The Model S
The Model X
The Model 3
Tesla Roadster

Slide 18 - Poll

Slide 19 - Slide

How long do you
spend watching
Netflix per
week?

Slide 20 - Mind map

Slide 21 - Video

Read the following statements and say if they are true
or false. Support your choice.

Slide 22 - Slide

1. Netflix is present in almost all the countries.

Slide 23 - Open question

2. Netflix was founded in 2007.

Slide 24 - Open question

3. Since the very beginning, Netflix has produced their own content.

Slide 25 - Open question

4. Netflix is the most important streaming service in the world.

Slide 26 - Open question

5. Netflix’s interface is pleasant.

Slide 27 - Open question

6. The “Play Something” button is used to access movies you
have saved in your to-watch list.

Slide 28 - Open question

Slide 29 - Slide

Slide 30 - Link

What is your
favorite series at
this moment?

Slide 31 - Mind map

Slide 32 - Slide

Slide 33 - Slide

Do you use any
other search
engine apart
from Google?

Slide 34 - Mind map

Slide 35 - Video

What is the meaning of the word "googol"?

Slide 36 - Open question

How often does Google acquire a new company?

Slide 37 - Open question

Where does Google's income mainly come from?

Slide 38 - Open question

What is the name of the umbrella company Google created back in 2015?

Slide 39 - Open question

Slide 40 - Link

CONTRAST
SEQUENCE/TIME
ADDITION
CONSEQUENCE
OPINION
PURPOSE
EXAMPLE
REASON
RESULT
Look at the red words in the text. Classify those connectors
depending on their function.
However
Moreover
while
Firstly
Later
as
At the time
Next
Despite
even
Initially
unfortunately
Consequently
Luckily
eventually
in spite of
also
After
Thus
in order to
such as
Besides
for instance

Slide 41 - Drag question

What kind of
information do
you usually
search for on
Google?

Slide 42 - Mind map