Online English Club
Welcome speech: Akmal Akbarov
When the quarantine measures were introduced in my country, I started teaching all of my students online. Keeping them engaged was the most challenging aspect of online teaching. So what I did to ensure my students were busy trying to improve their English was to handpick some of the most interesting, trending and educational YouTube videos and create mini-tasks. The effect was fantastic! Not only did they improve their English, but they also discovered the world around them and enlarged their worldview. I kept these videos and quizzes locked for a year, but only now decided to make them all public so that you can use them either to learn or teach English. Enjoy!

Important! Some quizzes might contain minor mistakes. Please excuse me for that. I will improve everything step by step.

About quizzes: All the quizzes contain multiple-choice questions. Once you have watched a particular video and completed the quiz, please press the Submit button. Then press the View score button in order to see your overall score and mistakes. You can do the quizzes several times.

About videos: Most of the videos last from 15 to 20 minutes and are mostly suitable for Intermediate level students. Feel free to watch the videos several times before completing the quiz.

Saroo's incredible journey to find his long lost family
Few life stories involve such impossible odds, incredible love, and sheer determination as Saroo Brierley's. Born into a poor family in central India, Saroo became lost when he was just five years old. A terrifying train ride took him to the other side of the country. And with no way home, Saroo ended up among the millions of desperate kids living on India's streets.

Saving the world from plastic
As UN climate change talks get underway, Click asks if policy or technology will save the world.

Why Dunkin' Is Taking On Starbucks And Betting On Coffee
Dunkin' (formerly known as Dunkin' Donuts) is spending $100 million to become a major player in coffee. CEO Dave Hoffmann says espresso is going to be key to fueling the company's long-term growth. The shift in strategy comes at a time when traffic in stores has slowed and annual comparable store sales have taken a dip since 2017.

Was the Moon Landing Faked?
We're joined by Martin Kenny, who believes the landings were faked, and Dr Sarah Bosman who dismisses conspiracy theories as nonsense.

Mohammad Al Gergawi in a conversation with Elon Musk during WGS17
UAE Minister of Cabinet Affairs and Chairman of the World Government Summit (WGS), Mohammad Al Gergawi in a conversation with Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, during the fifth edition of WGS in 2017.

Mark Zuckerberg : How to Build the Future
Mark is a cofounder of Facebook. Facebook is one of the most influential companies in the history of the world. Over 1.1 billion people use it every day.

Zoom company story: How Eric Yuan defeated Skype
These are strange times and, if you are in your house (which you should be!) chances are you've used some sort of video call to talk with family, friends or even go to school. And, most likely, it's been Zoom. Why is everybody using Zoom? Let's find out how it became successful in this episode. This is the Zoom company story: How Eric Yuan defeated Skype

Working online and traveling the world - digital nomads
Working online whilst traveling the world sounds like a dream job for many people. But what exactly is a digital nomad? Pete and Supi live as digital nomads. They travel the world permanently, work on the road and are always online. Their lives epitomize the digital revolution and how it is changing how we work live.

Meet Germany's first robot lecturer
German University has hired a new assistant professor: Yuki, the robot. Jürgen Handke is known as a pioneer of digital teaching methods. The German professor has an unusual assistant: a humanoid robot named Yuki.

The Rise of AI
There's an AI revolution sweeping across the world. Yet few people know the real story about where this technology came from and why it suddenly took off. In this ground-breaking episode of "Hello World," the story of AI's rise is told in detail for the first time, as journalist Ashlee Vance heads to the unexpected birthplace of the technology, Canada.

Is Wealth Inequality Actually a Problem?
The wealthiest among us today live a life unparalleled by any other human throughout history. The greatest Kings and emperors could only dream of the life afforded to today's billionaires. It doesn't end there, even mere multi-millionaires are living through a time where they have access to limitless information, unhindered mobility, and personal comforts

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