Let’s talk about travel and tourism in English.
Can you name some…
…reasons to visit your region?
…special plants and/or animals in your area?
…local traditions and beliefs in your culture?
…fun or interesting things to do where you live?
…dishes to try from your community?
Hotel Room – Find the differences
Say any country. Talk turns saying something that you associate with the country. Repeat all of the associations and add one more.
READING AND COMPREHENSION
Margaret’s Vacation – Reading and quiz (Present and Past Simple)
The Electric Typewriter – Select an article.
A, An, The or Nothing? – Review the articles in a paragraph about San Andres Island.
In, On, and At and giving directions – Talk about the town and fill in the correct words
Cluttered Shelf Game – Examine the shelf, learn compound nouns, review prepositions of place, and talk about where these people have traveled.
Prepositions at the end of sentences – Learn about prepositions and word order
Prepositions at the end of sentences – Quiz and discussion about travel
Questions ending in prepositions – quiz and conversation about travel
There is/are in mixed tenses – quiz
At Least it Looked Great on Facebook! – Phrasal Verbs Gap Fill Game
SPEAKING AND CONVERSATION
What do you know about these countries? – Jump board game
What Can I Say? – Players try to speak for up to three minutes on topics related to travel and tourism.
Conditional Chain Game – Suitable to practice any of the conditionals.
Discuss your writing.
ASSIGNED BY LEVEL
1.) Design a free walking tour of your city.
2.) Imagine that you are an interdependent travel agent. Design a package/tour to sell to clients.
3.) Write a synopsis of your article.
4.) Write an essay. (Style assigned)
Lonely Planet – Select a destination to read about.