EnglishCentral does this well and teachers can get a downloadable transcript/lesson plan for each video - click "Video Details" on any video page.
Find here in this category short intensive lessons that your students and you can use as "snacks".
Here is a first one about Bob Dylan and Watson. The lesson delivery is simple for all these.
1. Watch the short clip. Maybe prior, ask a few background questions. (ex. Does anyone know who Watson is? Who is Bob Dylan? )
2. Hand out the worksheet. Students fold so they can't see the transcript at the bottom. They have a few minutes to answer the questions.
3. Watch again and take up. Pausing the video as necessary. Students check their answers.
4. Practice. Students in pairs practice the transcript/dialogue. Maybe even rewriting it by changing some answers to make their own interview. Present to the class.
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I love this documentary about a bicycle collector! For higher levels and has a solid Australian accent to challenge student listening. But they'll learn lots about the history of bicycles. Discuss bikes and learn bike parts (see flashcards attached you can also cut up and use).
See this presentation to teach bicylce parts