Leisure English - Travel and Holidays - Booking a Hotel

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In this EFLT Direct conversation English lesson learners will hear that when we are on holiday and we choose where to stay, we need to be selective about that choice. We also discuss the language of hotels and guest houses and use adjectives to assist with sentence construction. Learners are encouraged to interact with classmates and demonstrate understanding in role-play.

The ideal student will already be able to interact at a basic to intermediate English speaking level. This topic may be studied as a single topic or combined with other topics for broader understanding.

Learners may study it in a group or as an individual learner. EFLT Direct English Training Online will write a topic or course if required. Contact us on courses@efltdirect.com or http://efltdirect.com


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PowerPoint Presentation : I’m on a budget, which hotel? - Adjectives Travel and Holidays Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Intermediate Learner

PowerPoint Presentation : Know Your Goal What’s your ideal holiday location? Focus on places. Is shopping around necessary when choosing somewhere to go? How important is planning ahead when you want to take a holiday? Taking advice from friends and colleagues is an important factor when making a choice about where to go for a holiday. Let’s discuss. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : Step Ahead What type of accommodation do you prefer when travelling for leisure or business? Let’s discuss. Would you use the same type of accommodation for both? Is cost important when choosing a hotel? What’s your understanding of first class accommodation? Let’s compare budget accommodation with first class. Name some differences. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : Vocabulary Focus Let’s discuss the group “both” Positive Negative Both Fantastic Outstanding Spacious Poor Cramped Slow Dirty Expensive Cheap Excellent Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Excellent Fantastic Poor Outstanding Spacious Cramped Slow Expensive Cheap Dirty Use adjectives to describe some positive and negative points of a budget holiday Now put these words into groups and explain why you make your choice.

PowerPoint Presentation : Grammar Focus Use some of the adjectives on the previous slide to fill the gaps in the text. Outstanding Spacious Poor Cheap Cramped Expensive During my last vacation I was disappointed when I arrived at my hotel and the hotel manager showed me my small and compact room. It was very with ventilation. However, as soon as I settled and relaxed with a coffee, I realized that I really did get a good deal. Indeed, the hotel was and well situated close to the forest, with views of the mountains. Local transportation was with slow services but tour buses were very . cramped poor cheap outstanding expensive spacious Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : Sentence Builder Construct a sentence using the vocabulary learned today. Keep your sentences relevant to holidays and travel. For example: The hotel was very dirty, even though it was expensive and busy. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : Where will you go on your next vacation? I’m thinking about the South of France. Now it’s your turn. Use the language that you have learned in this topic to interact with your classmate. Do you know where you’ll stay? Well, It’s going to have to be somewhere cheap because I don’t have a big budget. we could…. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Student Interaction Student A Student B

PowerPoint Presentation : Summary In this lesson learners heard that when we choose where to stay while on holiday, we need to be selective about that choice. We also discussed the language of hotels and guest houses and used adjectives to assist with sentence construction. Learners were encouraged interact with classmates and demonstrate understanding in role-play. Copyright (c) 123RF Stock Photos Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

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