This FREE English reading lesson focuses on the beautiful Kampot in Cambodia! The lesson centers around a fictitious text message conversation between two Cambodian students talking about their Pchum Ben holiday. While reading, students interact with the text by answering a variety of gist, detailed and comprehension questions. The lesson challenges readers to think more critically about the hidden layers of meaning by Reading Like an Archaeologist and answering critical thinking questions. This reading was designed for anyone looking for materials that focus on Asia.
This Lesson in a Nutshell:
An English reading lesson that focuses on life in the idyllic Kampot, Cambodia, offering a variety of comprehension-checking activities, relevant topics of discussion, and opportunities for critical thinking expansion!
Why You’ll Love it.
This is a unique Reading lesson for your English Language Arts or ELL classes wanting material with an Asian Focus. The lesson centers around a text message conversation between two Cambodian students that your learners are sure to immediately identify with. Students who are from or interested in Asia will absolutely find this topic of interest and relatable. This lesson can be easily used as supplementary material or, even, integrated to an existing curriculum (with purchase of additional licenses).
GRADES: 6-12 (Secondary)
TIMING: 60 minutes of instruction
OBJECTIVES: Your students will be able to…
· …apply better skimming and scanning skills of a text.
· …read for main ideas & key details.
· …analyse sentences and answer comprehension questions.
· …build stronger reading skills by answering critical thinking questions.
· reading text
· skim & scan questions
· comprehension questions
· critical thinking questions
THE PACKAGE: 3 pages of materials and teacher’s notes
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