Mlabri Hilltribe

The Mlabri Hilltribe is the last hill tribe left in the north of Thailand. They are shy jungle hunter-gatherers, who wear only loin-clothes and leave their dead on the tree-top for the birds. Thai people call them “Spirits of the Yellow leaves,” because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.

Of the Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago, only about currently 200 survive in Nan, and recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. Even though they seem primitive, the Mlabri are light-years ahead of modern science in terms of their astounding knowledge of jungle plants and herbal cures.

To preserve this hill tribe, Amphur Wiang Sa, in cooperation with the Hill Tribe Development Village, built a village for them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning. People can learn the Mlabri’s ways of living here. The village is worth visiting.

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Active Tasks

Part A: Reading comprehension

Answer the questions.

1. Where do the Mlabri live in Wiang Sa?

2. Why do Thai people call the Mlabri “Spirits of the Yellow leaves”?

3. Where did Mlabri migrate from?

4. Where in Wiang Sa did the Mlabri migrate to?

5. What does the government do to preserve the Mlabri?

6. How do the Mlabri change the way of living nowadays?

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Part B: Vocabulary

Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.

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contact           survive           preserve       worth         migrated

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1. Everyone should………………………..the environment for a better life.

2. Mlabri………………………..from Muang Chaiburi of Lao 100 year ago.

3. Nan is ……………………………visiting.

4. Some Chinese people ……………………………..from the last earthquake.

5. Mlabri don’t like to …………………………….with the modern world.

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  1. 1. Where do the Mlabri live in Wiang Sa?
    = in cooperation with the Hill Tribe Development Village, built a village for them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
    2. Why do Thai people call the Mlabri “Spirits of the Yellow leaves”?
    = they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks)
    3. Where did Mlabri migrate from?
    = Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago,
    4. Where in Wiang Sa did the Mlabri migrate to?
    = Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
    5. What does the government do to preserve the Mlabri?
    = The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. Even though they seem primitive
    6. How do the Mlabri change the way of living nowadays?
    = People can learn the Mlabri’s ways of living here. The village is worth visiting.

    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4. survive
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  2. Active Tasks
    Part A: Reading comprehension
    Answer the questions.
    1. Mlabri live in Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning,Amphur Wiang Sa.
    2. Thai people call them “Spirits of the Yellow leaves,” because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.
    3. Mlabri migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R.
    4. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. The Mlabri are light-years ahead of modern science in terms of their astounding knowledge of jungle plants and herbal cures.

    Part B: Vocabulary
    Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4. survive
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  3. Part : A
    1. Ampher Wiang Sa Nan Province.
    2. because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.
    3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. Even though they seem primitive.
    6. People can learn the Mlabri’s ways of living here. The village is worth visiting.

    Part : B
    1. preserve
    2. survive
    3. worth
    4. migrated
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  4. Active Tasks
    Part A: Reading comprehension
    Answer the questions.
    1.Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3.Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago
    4.Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
    5.Tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. They can study and when they have knowledge,they can develop their’s lifes.

    Part B: Vocabulary
    Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4. survive
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  5. Active Tasks
    Part A: Reading comprehension
    Answer the questions.
    1.Mlabri live in Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.
    3.Mlabri migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
    4.Mlabri migrated to Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. Mlabri life should continue to be studied. , Wearing AND contact with people more.

    Part B: Vocabulary
    Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.
    1.preserve
    2.migrated
    3.worth
    4.survive
    5.contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  6. Active Tasks
    Part A: Reading comprehension
    Answer the questions.
    1.Mlabri live in Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.
    3.Mlabri migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
    4.Mlabri migrated to Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. Mlabri life should continue to be studied. , Wearing AND contact with people more.

    Part B: Vocabulary
    Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.
    1.preserve
    2.migrated
    3.worth
    4.survive
    5.contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  7. Part:A
    1.1.Mlabri live in Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.
    3.Mlabri migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
    4.Mlabri migrated to Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. Mlabri life should continue to be studied. , Wearing AND contact with people more.

    Part B:
    1.preserve
    2.migrated
    3.worth
    4.survive
    5.contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  8. part a
    1. Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3. Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.
    part B
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4. survive
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  9. part a 1. Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3. Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.

    part B
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4. survive
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  10. part a
    1. Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3. Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. 6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.

    part B
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4. survive
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  11. part a 1. Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3. Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. 6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.
    part B
    1. preserve 2. migrated
    3. worth 4. survive 5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  12. Part A: Reading comprehension
    1.Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits
    3.from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago
    4.Tambon Mae Khaning
    5.To preserve this hill tribe, Amphur Wiang Sa, in cooperation with the Hill Tribe Development Village, built a village for them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    6.People can learn the Mlabri’s ways of living here. The village is worth visiting.

    Part B
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4.survive
    5.contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  13. Part A: Reading comprehension
    Answer the questions.
    1. The Mlabri Hilltribe a village for them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3.from Muang Chaiburi of Lao
    4.To preserve this hill tribe, Amphur Wiang Sa, in cooperation with the Hill Tribe Development Village, built a village for them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6.By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.

    Part B: Vocabulary
    Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.
    1. preserve 2. migrated 3. worth 4. survive 5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  14. part a 1. Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning. 2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact. 3. Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao 4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning. 5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. 6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.
    part B
    1. preserve 2. migrated 3. worth 4. survive 5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  15. part a 1. Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning. 2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact. 3. Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao 4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning. 5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. 6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.
    part B
    1. preserve 2. migrated 3. worth 4. survive 5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  16. Active Tasks
    Part A: Reading comprehension
    Answer the questions.
    1.Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3.Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago
    4.Moved to Nan.
    5.recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6.They must try to adapt to modern times.

    Part B: Vocabulary
    Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.
    1.preserve
    2. migrated
    3.worth
    4.survive
    5.contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  17. Part : A
    1. Ampher Wiang Sa Nan Province.
    2. because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.
    3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. Even though they seem primitive.
    6. People can learn the Mlabri’s ways of living here. The village is worth visiting.

    Part : B
    1. preserve
    2. survive
    3. worth
    4. migrated
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  18. Chadaporn Jaijan

    1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2. because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact
    3.Mlabri migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao 100 year ago.
    4.Tambon Mae Khaning
    5.Amphur Wiang Sa, in cooperation with the Hill Tribe Development Village, built a village for them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    6.some of them in Hmong-style villages.

    1. Everyone should preserve the environment for a better life.
    2. Mlabri migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao 100 year ago.
    3. Nan is worth visiting.
    4. Some Chinese people survive from the last earthquake.
    5. Mlabri don’t like to contact with the modern world

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  19. part a
    1. Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3. Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.
    part B
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4. survive
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  20. Part A: Reading comprehension.
    1.Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2..because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3.Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao.
    4.Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5.Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.

    Part B: Vocabulary.
    1.preserve.
    2.migrated.
    3. worth.
    4. survive.
    5. contact.

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  21. part a
    1. Them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3. Mlabri who migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. Recently the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. By studying the life of the current redevelopment U of M but still unique to Lap Lee.
    part B
    1. preserve 2. migrated 3. worth 4. survive 5. contac

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  22. Part A
    1.at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
    3.from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago
    4.Tambon Mae Khaning
    5.To preserve this hill tribe, Amphur Wiang Sa, in cooperation with the Hill Tribe Development Village, built a village for them at Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    6.People can learn the Mlabri’s ways of living here. The village is worth visiting.

    Part B
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4.survive
    5.contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3. worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  23. Part : A 1. Ampher Wiang Sa Nan Province.
    2. because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.
    3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
    4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. the government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages. Even though they seem primitive.
    6. People can learn the Mlabri’s ways of living here. The village is worth visiting.

    Part : B 1. preserve 2. survive 3. worth 4. migrated 5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3.worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  24. Active Tasks
    Part A: Reading comprehension

    Answer the questions.
    1. Mlabri live in Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.

    2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.

    3. Mlabri migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.

    4. Mlabri migrated to Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.

    5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.

    6. Mlabri life should continue to be studied. , Wearing AND contact with people more.

    Part B: Vocabulary
    Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.
    1. preserve
    2. migrated
    3. worth
    4. survive
    5. contact

    • Part A
      1. Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
      2. Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow and they vanish into the jungle like spirits, when anyone comes to make contact.
      3. Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
      4. Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning
      5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
      6. They changed their daily lives to be the same as people in the plain.

      Part B
      1. preserve
      2. migrated
      3.worth
      4. survive
      5.contact

  25. Active Tasks
    Part A: Reading comprehension
    Answer the questions.
    1.Mlabri live in Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    2.Because they live in banana-leaf shelters until the leaves turn yellow (2 weeks) and they vanish into the jungle like spirits.
    3.Mlabri migrated from Muang Chaiburi of Lao P.D.R. 100 years ago.
    4.Mlabri migrated to Moo 6, Ban Huay Yuak, Tambon Mae Khaning.
    5. The government has tried to “settle” some of them in Hmong-style villages.
    6. Mlabri life should continue to be studied. , Wearing AND contact with people more.
    Part B: Vocabulary
    Fill in the blanks with the vocabulary below.
    1.preserve
    2.migrated
    3.worth
    4.survive
    5.contact

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