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Unit 10 Traveling

Published by Aj. Dr. Phirunkhana (Aj. Faa), 2020-07-30 18:32:19

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Unit 10: Traveling 10.1 Vocabulary Lesson: Traveling, Transporting, and Weather Lesson objective: Learners are able to use vocabulary related to making a plan and reservation in composing sentences and in speaking activity. Instructions: Have students find meaning and fill part of speech of each word and then use at least 5 selected words to compose sentences. Traveling Cancellation (_____) Transporting Dock (_____) Weather EDO vocabulary Destination (_____) Delay (_____) Arrival (_____) Rail (_____) overcast (_____) Immigration form(_____) Flight (_____) Boarding (_____) Departure (_____) Cab (_____) humid (_____) Vacation(_____) Insurance (_____) Landing (_____) commute (_____) limousine (_____) drizzling (_____) Abroad(_____) Baggage (_____) Passenger (_____) Public transportation (_____) Vehicle (_____) downpour (_____) Foreigner(_____) A round-trip (_____) Ferry (_____) drought (_____) Suitcase(_____) Sentence 1:_______________________________________________________________________________________ Sentence 2:_______________________________________________________________________________________ Sentence 3:_______________________________________________________________________________________ Sentence 4:_______________________________________________________________________________________ Sentence 5:_______________________________________________________________________________________

10.2 Listening Lesson: Making a reservation Lesson Objective: Learners are able to identify specific information from the conversation. Instructions: Select students to read aloud the dialog below and then answer the questions ( specific information). Hotel Agent: Thank you for calling Worldwide Hotels in Manhattan. How can I help you? Ms. Lee: I need to book a hotel for a business trip to New York. Hotel Agent: When will you need the accommodations? Ms. Lee: July 8 and 9. Hotel Agent: So, you’ll need a room for three days and two nights. You’ll be departing on July 10, correct? Ms. Lee: Yes, that’s right. Hotel Agent: We do have vacancies. Would you like to make a reservation? Ms. Lee: Yes, I would. Hotel Agent: Do you want a king or a double? Ms. Lee: I’ll be traveling alone,so a room with a king-size bed will be fine. Hotel Agent: Do you prefer a smoking or non-smoking room? Ms. Lee: Non-smoking, please. Hotel Agent: We do have a non-smoking, king room available for those nights in July. Would you like me to hold that for you? Ms. Lee: Yes, please. Hotel Agent: Your name, please? Ms. Lee: Yu-ping Lee. Hotel Agent: Okay, Ms. Lee, we’ll hold the room until 6:00 pm on July 8, and you’ll be able to check in at 3:00pm. Checkout time is noon on July 10. Ms. Lee: Can I please request a late check-in? My flight doesn’t arrive until 8:00pm. Hotel Agent: Of course. We’ll hold the room until 10:00pm. Ms. Lee: Thank you. Does the hotel have a restaurant? Hotel Agent: Yes, it has two. It also has a room service menu if you prefer to eat in your room. Your hotel room fees include a complimentary continental breakfast served in the lounge by the lobby. Ms. Lee: That’s wonderful. Thank you. What else do I need to do to reserve the room? Hotel Agent: I’ll need a credit card number in order to reserve it,and then you’ll be all set. We accept Master Card, Visa, and American Express. Ms. Lee: I’ll use my Visa. The number is 1234 4321 9999 0000. Hotel Agent: The expiration date? Ms. Lee: September 2018. Hotel Agent: Great. The room is reserved. We’ll see you on July 8. Please let us know if you need anything else. Ms. Lee: Thank you.

1. Where is Ms. Lee going? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. When will she be there? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. How long will she need a hotel room? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Are there rooms available? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 5. What kind of bed does Ms. Lee request? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 6. Does she smoke? How do you know? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 7. What time must she check out? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 8. Why does she need a late check-in time? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 9. How late can the agent hold the room? _________________________________________________________________________________________ 10. How much does the continental breakfast cost? _________________________________________________________________________________________

10.3 Speaking Lesson/Practice: Role-play booking and checking-in a hotel Lesson Objective: Learners are able to demonstrate booking and checking-in a hotel through role-play activity. Instructions: With a partner or in group, prepare and perform a role-play of booking and checking-in a hotel. Using the given information and your own ideas to create a situation and then perform the role-play. I’d like to book a double room for this coming weekend please. Could I see your passport, please? Also may I ask you to Is breakfast included? Do you have any vacancies? fill out this form, please? Good evening; we got a reservation in the name of Thomas Smith What’s the rate for a double room? At what time is the checkout? How long will you be staying? Does the room have Wi-Fi? With a credit card. 10.4 Reading Lessons: Hotel Advertisement Lesson Objective: Learners are able to comprehend and discuss the presented advertisement. Instructions: Read the hotel advertisement and then complete the tasks.

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10.5 Grammar Lesson: Present Progressive vs. Future Simple: “Will”, “to be going to” Lesson Objective: Learners are able to differentiate between and apply the use of Future Simple Tense ‘ will’ and ‘ to be going to’ . Both refer to the future and there is a slight difference between the two though in most cases they can be used interchangeably with no difference in meaning. Even if you misuse them, a native speaker is going to understand you without any problems.

Grammar Exercise: Instructions: Fill in the blanks using ‘will’ or ‘to be going to’ 1. When she gets her driver license, she_____________ buy a car. 2. Tomorrow morning, I________________ play golf with him. I've just decided it. 3. Do you think they ______________win the championship? 4. OK, I agree. We ________________ eat at the restaurant, tomorrow evening. 5. If you need that medicine now, I ___________get it for you.

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