UNIT 10 Travel

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Travel
Where do you want to go
to on your next trip? Who
would you bring with you on
your next trip?
Planning a Trip
Where in the world would you like to go on a
trip? Why?
FAMOUS CITIES
• With your partner, guess the cities!
ROME, ITALY
CAIRO, EGYPT
PARIS, FRANCE
LONDON,
ENGLAND
BEIJING,
CHINA
Discussion:
---Share your traveling experience
• Do you like traveling? How often do you
travel? When do you usually go traveling?
• Where did you go? What was your
favorite place? Why?
• Where and when did you go for your last
trip? Who did you go with? What did you
do / see on that trip?
• Where do you want to go for your next
trip?
On page 124, Do Activity A: Label each
picture with the correct phrase in the box
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Get a vaccination
Get Sightseeing information
Apply for a visa
Talk to the travel agent
Buy a ticket
Apply for a passport
Make a reservation
Check the itinerary
On page 124, Do Activity A (on the bottom):
Circle the correct option for each sentence
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
needs to
must
had to
must
has got to
don’t have to
On page 125, Do Activity B: Look at the car rental rules in the
chart. Work with the person next to you to make sentences
using expressions of necessity that we had done on page 124.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
You don’t have to tell the company where you’re going to.
You don’t have to make a reservation.
You have to have a driver’s license/You must have a driver’s license.
You must pay with a credit card/You have to pay with a credit card.
You must be 25 years old/You have to be 25 years old.
Complete Exercise A on the Worksheet using either CAN or
CAN’T.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
can; can’t
can
can; can’t
can’t
can’t
can
can’t
can; can’t
Complete Exercise B on the Worksheet using either CAN/CAN’T or MUST/MUSN’T.
1.
MUST
2.
MUST
3.
MUSTN’T PICK; CAN’T PICK
4.
MUSTN’T EAT; CAN’T
5.
CAN
6.
CAN’T
7.
CAN’T UNDERSTAND
8.
CAN
9.
MUST
10. MUST
11. MUST
12. MUST
13. MUSTN’T SPEED/CANNOT SPEED
14. MUST
15. CANNOT TOUCH
16. CAN
17. CAN’T COME
On page 125, Do Activity A: Close your book and listen to the
conversation. Where is Peter going on his vacation?
South Africa
On PAGE 126, COMPLETE ACTIVITIES B AND C. LISTEN TO THREE PEOPLE TALKING
ABOUT THEIR VACATIONS. WHICH COUNTRY ARE THEY GOING TO? WHICH KIND OF
VACATION WILL THEY TAKE?
Carla:
1. Italy; learning vacation
Marcus:
1. Thailand; relaxing vacation
Julie:
1. New Zealand; adventure vacation
--- Plan for your dream trip
• Do you prefer to travel alone or in a group? Why?
• Do you prefer to travel by train, bus, plane or ship?
• What do you need to do when you plan for a trip?
• Where to stay
• Where to eat
• What to see
• How to get around
On the worksheet, Do Activity C
1.
don’t have
2.
mustn’t
3.
mustn’t
4.
don’t have to
5.
had to
6.
must/have to
7.
have to/must
8.
don’t have to/mustn’t
9.
had to
10. must/have to
11. don’t have to
12. mustn’t
13. don’t have to
14. have to
15. must/have to
16. has to
On the worksheet, Do Activity D
1. can
2. could
3. does not have to
4. must; have to
5. had to
6. mustn’t
7. have to/must
8. could
9. can; could
10.mustn’t
On the worksheet, Do Activity E
1. mustn’t; can’t
2. cannot
3. must; has to
4. must
5. can’t
6. mustn’t; needn’t
7. needn’t; mustn’t
8. must; has to
9. doesn’t have to; needn’t
10.mustn’t
On the worksheet, Do Activity F
1. mustn’t
2. must
3. must
4. mustn’t
5. mustn’t
6. must
DO ACTIVITY A ON PAGE 128. THEN FROM YOUR ANSWERS
FROM ACTIVITY A, COMPLETE ACTIVITY B ON PAGE 128
1. Security check
2. Carry-on bag
3. Baggage claim
4. Airline agent
5. Departures
6. Terminal
7. Gate
8. Boarding pass
Write sentences using MUST, MUST NOT, AND CAN’T about the signs
on the right.
1. You can’t smoke here; you must not smoke here.
2. You can’t bring scissors or a knife here; you must not
bring scissors or a knife here.
3. You must show your passport.
4. You must leave fruit and plants here/you must throw
away fruit and plants here.
5. You can’t take pictures here/you must not take
pictures here.
Complete the sentences for Activity B about things to
remember when going to the airport. Use your own
ideas.
Close your book and listen to the conversation. What time will the
traveler get on the plane?
10:15
Role play: My dream trip!!!
• Student A: You are a travel agent. You
introduce a city / a place to your customer and
answer their questions about a trip.
• Student B: You want to have a trip next week.
You go to a travel agency, ask questions and
make a plan for your trip.
Read PAGES 130-131 and COMPLETE ACTIVITY B.
1. What did Khumbu look like 50 years ago?
a)
Thick forests
b)
Mountains covered with red and pink flowers
2.
What does much of Khumbu look like today?
A desert
3.
What problems are caused by tourists in Khumbu?
a)
Trails are destroyed
b)
Crowded guesthouses
c)
Leave water bottles and soda cans everywhere
d)
Deforestation
4.
What actions are people taking in Khumbu?
a)
A program to sell cheap kerosene
b)
Planting a million trees
Read PAGES 130-131 and COMPLETE ACTIVITY C.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
D
E
C
B
A
Read PAGE 132 regarding the PROS and CONS of Tourism in Venice,
Italy. Create a PROS and CONS list.
PROS
CONS
1. Money
2. Energy and activity
3. Culture from other
places
1. Crowds, traffic,
pollution
2. Higher prices
3. Rude behavior
Create a list of the PROS and CONS of tourists visiting your
hometown. Work with a partner. The other person will
read the PROS and CONS list. TAKE NOTES AND PAY
ATTENTION!
Watch the video and ANSWER ACTIVITY A AND B
ACTIVITY A
ACTIVITY B
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PACKING FOR A TRIP
Task:
1. With your partner, decide where you will go on your next trip.
2. What will you need to bring with you? To help you, a handout will
be given to you and your partner.
3. You will then present to the rest of the class.
4. Good luck and enjoy!
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Things to bring:
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Place to go:
Things to bring:
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