LEVEL: Upper Intermediate - Advanced

TYPE OF ENGLISH: General English


GOING VIRAL

In this lesson, students watch Kevin Allocca, the trends manager at YouTube, talk about how and why online videos go viral. Phrasal verbs and other words/expressions used in the talk are studied and practised. Students discuss the worksheet topic at the end of the lesson.

Iphone/ipad users: Install and open the free TED app on your mobile device. Search for ‘Kevin Allocca’ and select the video Kevin Allocca: Why videos go viral.




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Going viral

Type: Video based

Level: Upper Intermediate - Advanced

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