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From the world’s longest word to the first language, language and literature are filled with fascinating world records. Scroll down to see more!
Explore the Amazing World Records of Language and Literature
Republic of India
Aboriginal or Khoisan
Sumerian List of Kings
China in 1040 A.D. by the intellectual Bi Sheng
“Ch’ang-sha,” written by Chairman Mao Zedong in 1925
The Satanic Verses
United States Library of Congress
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All of the items on this page have lessons in Amazing World Records of Language and Literature, a teacher resource book published by Sunflower Education. Each chapter addresses a particular world record and opens with a teacher’s page that provides objectives, teaching tips, and extension and enrichment activities. Each chapter includes three reproducible student activity sheets.