City College of New York – Educational Lesson - Level 1
Of the City College’s 23 institutions of higher learning, the City College of New York is the oldest. With 10 Nobel Prize winners among its alumni and a neo-Gothic campus that was primarily designed by George Browne Post, the City College is one of West Harlem’s many crown jewels. Originally founded in 1847 by Townsend Harris, the Board of Education’s president and a wealthy businessman, this combination of a college and prep school provided free higher education to the poor and immigrant children.
Now, students can enjoy reading comprehension lessons which reflect on the history and heritage of the City College of New York, with questions.
Three fun facts about City College of New York:
- It was the first free institution of higher learning in the United States.
- Women were first allowed to enroll in 1930, but only in graduate programs.
- It has more graduates who have gone on to win the Nobel Prize than any other public college.
Harlem Roots Lesson: Level One
Perfect for students starting to read full paragraphs. Level one lesson contains two short reading comprehension lessons approximately sixty plus words with three questions each as well as the answer key.
Enjoy the video on City College of New York below
Pay a visitor to their website City College of New York