The British Museum
In this lesson, students practise their reading skills by reading short texts based on the experiences of students who have visited the British Museum. They also revise the form and meaning of superlative adjectives and use these words when talking about museum objects.
- To give reading practice based on the accounts of students who have visited the British Museum
- To revise the formation of superlative adjectives and use them when speaking about museum objects
Length of lesson: About 90 minutes
Worksheets: worksheets that can be printed out for use in class (download at the bottom of the page)
- Worksheet 1 - a reading text & comprehension, vocabulary task, grammar task, follow-up speaking task, extension.
Other resources required
Access to British Museum website www.britishmuseum.org and pictures of museum objects identified in Task A:
The plans and worksheet are downloadable and in pdf format - right click on the attachment below to save it to your computer.
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