Are black holes the source of dark matter?

ESL news-based lesson plan

Lesson Overview

Welcome to this exciting ESL science lesson on the topic of space and space travel. The main focus of this lesson is to help students understand the relationship between black holes and dark matter. In this lesson, not only will students learn how to describe black holes and dark matter, but they will also be exposed to a range of language structures and vocabulary that are particularly useful for talking about astronomical elements, making the lesson perfect for ESL students who have a keen interest in the field of physics or space in general.

This comprehensive lesson has been specifically designed to cater to the critical skills of reading, speaking, collaboration, and critical thinking, while also being suitable for mixed-level classes, including intermediate and upper-intermediate English language learners. Whether you are a university teacher or a student, this lesson can be easily adapted to suit your needs and can be completed as a flipped ESL lesson that takes approximately 90 minutes, or as two 90-minute lessons spanning over 3 hours.

So, if you want to broaden your knowledge about black holes and dark matter, join us in this interactive lesson and get ready to take your language skills to the next level!

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