This reading lesson centers about the topic of the Big Ben Landmark in London, England. Reading to learn about this famous landmark should spark your students’ curiosity as well as sharpen their reading comprehension and vocabulary skills. The lesson includes 1 ½ pages of informational text, followed by 20 questions about the information. There are three sets of questions: 1) Vocabulary 2) Multiple Choice – Comprehension and 3) True & False – Comprehension. Instead of labelling the sentences T or F, students are asked to circle four of the sentences that are true. Reading comprehension skills emphasized are: Recognizing Details, Relating Causes to Effects, and Drawing Conclusions. The vocabulary words included are: chime, bell clapper, pendulum, parliament, cast, and lantern. Three color photographs and a British flag reinforce the selection content, and the 6th page is the answer key. The lesson can be used to test reading skills, reading practice, and/or to prepare students in taking high-stakes standardized tests. The lesson can also be used in a learning center or for homework.