Travel and tourism
pre-intermediate -B level
• To provide gist and specific information in the context of conversation in public places.Students will have had the opportunity to develop their oral fluency
By the end of the lesson ,students will also have revised question and answers different public places .
Procedure (53-64 minutes)
Book closed .using the OHP to show them three different places to airport, information desk and train station. I will ask individual students who tend to be silent if you are in these three places in what are the 4 different questions about the train route, timetable and ticket cost. Put students in pairs to discuss. Find out how students prefer to ask for information: by Phone, online or in person. Put students in pairs to discuss. Encourage them to explain their reasons. I will get a WCF then I will ask one or two students to summarize the advantages of each. Encourage them to explain their reasons.
In this stage students answer question 1-a,b in pairs, which will probably take from 7-10minutes, feedback inthe first thing I am going to do is eliciting some information about the picture they see. Where do you think they are? Do they seem happy? and then I will explain what is going on on this audio and try to explain the whole scene happening.cluded.
Matching exercise will be given as(cut-ups) to focus on listening for details .Finally , students will share all about their answer with the other group .
Tell students that sometimes it’s challanging to understand a person speaking English because they seem to speak very quickly. Explain that often it is about the way they join words together when they speak. Clarify this with an example, exaggerating the way the words are joined, e.g. my friend Annie (my friend, Annie). Check students know the difference between a consonant sound and a vowel sound and then play the recording of the questions for students to complete the rule and answer the question. Model the questions and ask students to repeat.
teacher will ask students to form questions to be asked to your partner .Students will form questions and check in pairs after that they will ask these questions as a discussion .they may have a role play one of them is a passenger the other is an information desk clerk.In pairs, students choose a tourist attraction that they know in the local area and write a section for a guidebook in the style of FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions). Give them an example of this: Q: Where is the museum? A: It’s in the High Street, opposite the church. Put students into pairs and assign them A and B roles. Student A reads card 1 in 6b. Student B reads card 1 on SB p.128. They prepare what they are going to ask/say. Monitor and help with vocabulary as necessary. Each pair role plays the conversation. Student B starts by asking: How can I help you? Monitor and check that students are using appropriate language. After the role play, point out any common mistakes with the class. Now Student A reads card 2 in 6b and Student B reads card 2 on SB p.128. Monitor and point out errors for students to self-correct.