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Journey down the Mekong
Transcript of Journey down the Mekong
Length of stay
Scan the passage again.
Take the passage as an example and conclude
what should be included in
a travel journal.
Unit 3 Travel Journal
The geographical information
of the river.
The plan of the schedule for the trip
The dream of cycling along
the Mekong River
The Mekong begins in a ______ on a Tibetan Mountain.
Then, it becomes ______ as it passes through deep _____, sometimes it becomes a _______.
As it enters Southeast Asia, it runs slowly. It makes ______ or _________ to the ________.
At last the river ______ enters the ____________.
It begins at an altitude of
It runs through low valleys to the plains, and the river delta enters the South China Sea.
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The preparation they did for the trip: ________________
The difficulties they find about their journey: ___________________
1. Mountain bikes (line 4)
2. Planning the schedule for the trip (line 15)
3. Went to the library searching for information (line 27)
The journey will begin at an altitude of more than 5000 miles, where it is hard to breathe and very cold. （line 24）
The Chinese part of the river is called __________, while in other countries it's called __________.
The Mekong River flows through _______, _______, _______, _______, _______ and _______.
The Mekong begins in a
on a Tibetan Mountain.
Then, it becomes
as it passes through deep
, sometimes it becomes a
As it enters Southeast Asia, it runs slowly. It makes
At last the river
South China Sea
The Chinese part of the river is called
, while in other countries it's called
The Mekong River flows through
Choose one of your travel experiences and write a travel journal of your own. (100~150 words)
The friends or partners your traveled with.
The time you made your journey.
How many days you stayed.
Interesting traditions about your destination.
Special geographic information.
Interesting things you met during your trip.
Interesting people you met along the way.
Difficulties you met and how you overcame them.