6. Have students choose one person, click on that person and
read the information.
7. During the reading have students look for the following
b. words associated with the family
c. words associated with education
d. Words associated with hobbies
8. Have students answer questions about the reading (see students
9. Have students share information on the person they read
about (using expert groups).
10. Have students (in groups of 4) write questions and answers
to be used as a game (competition) for the class.
Applications and extensions
An evening at the Palace: Have students imagine that they
spent an evening at the Palace, with the Royal Family. Have them
describe what they did, what the Royal Family wore, how they
acted, describe the dinner, etc.
Diary entry retelling their experiences of sharing an evening
with the royal family
Talk show (hot seat): Have students write questions, in groups,
to ask the Royal Family. Then one of the members will be the
host and the others will act as the Royal family members.
Letter to character: Have students write a letter to The
Royal Family to thank them for their hospitality.