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    出国旅游英语速成 [2015 出国旅游英语课程]

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    Step Up Traveling Abroad ESL Curriculum

    Contents 目录 1. Meeting and Talking to people

    2. At the airport

    3. On The airplane

    4. Arrival & Transit:

    5. At the Bank

    6. Finding the way

    7. Taking a Taxi

    8. Travel by train

    9. At the hotel

    10. A t the hotel room

    11. I n the restaurant

    12. F ast Food

    13. S hopping information

    14. S hopping- in the Supermarket

    15. S hopping - Clothes, Bags and Shoes

    16. S hopping -Cosmetics

    17. S hopping- Jewelry and Watches

    18. A t the Post Office

    19. M aking Telephone Calls

    20. A t the Hospital

    21. S ightseeing

    附录:

    紧急情况用语 Emergency

    机场指示牌

    机票

    出(入)镜卡

    签证

    日期、数字、符号

    Adult ESL students are learning English for a variety of reasons. While some may need English for business purposes, others may want to learn a new language so that they can travel. With students" wide range of ages and skill levels, teachers must make students feel at ease by creating a comfortable environment conducive to open communication. Planning a variety of games and activities on the first day of class provides just such an environment, while also allowing students to learn more about one another and the teacher to assess each student"s ability level.

    Teachers get ready to greet their students, anxious to get started, and our young, or not-so-young, learners are nervous, wondering what their teacher’s like. Of course, first impressions count, and it’s essential to have a first day of class that will set the tone for what the rest of the year or course will be like. And it will be fun!

    The first day of class is a great opportunity to get to know your new students and find out a little more about them. No matter how old or how young your students are, there is always a little anxiety about having to speak a language that is not their own. To get the year off to a great start, try either of these icebreakers, and you"ll see your students will be more relaxed and less anxious about learning English.

    Topic 1: Meeting and Talking to people

    Objectives:

    1. To get to know each other on the class.

    2. To make both students and teachers are comfortable, to encourage each other.

    3. To start the traveling lesson by learning how to start a converstion with strangers on the trip. (Introduce the class to say “hello” and “goodbye” and to help them learn words and phrases that will help them to have conversation with people in their travelling life). Time: 1.5-3 hours (1-2 session) 1. Ice-breaking Game 1: Globe Activity

    2. It"s a great way to get to know your students and for them to get to know you.

    , write 10 (According to the size of the class and time, you can decide how many to write) things about myself on the board. I write some easy ones like: "Bob", "30", "swimming", etc... And then I write some more obscure ones like: ‘Sage", "Yes",

    "8/12/2005", etc...

    I get the students to guess the question to the answer that is on the board. So they would ask:

    what‘s your name?

    How old are you?

    What’s your hobby?

    what‘s your dog"s name?

    Are you married?

    When did you get married?

    ……

    down 3-5 things about themselves that maybe their classmates don"t know. Then they come up to the front of the class, I write their info on the board and the class guesses about the student.

    It’s a great activity because you really get to know a lot about your students and they learn a bit about you. Plus, it’s a lot of fun!

    3. My goals:

    Unlike most school courses, learning English as a second language is quite often something that is chosen by the students themselves. Adult students, at the very least, will be able to tell you why they’ve enrolled in an ESL course. But little ones may also have great reasons to

    want to learn English. So, ask each of them to share their reasons for signing up for the course, and what they hope to accomplish. You may ask them to write this down on the first page of their notebooks, so they can always have that to look back to.

    4.Pre-Question:

    Do you like to talk to strangers in your trip? If yes, how did you feel? (Can share one experience in the past)

    How would you like to start a conversation in your trip?

    What are some topics are good to talk when you talk to a stranger?

    Name, country, job, weather, hobby.etc.

    (Review a copy of some countries and jobs)

    5. To help you, here is a conversation that you could practice with your friends.

    Tom: Hi, how are you?

    You: Good, thanks. Are you also staying at this hotel?

    Tom: Yes, my wife and I are staying here. Where are you from?

    You :I’m from China. What about you?

    Tom: I’m from Poland. How do you like California?

    You: I like it very much. The weather is fantastic!

    Tom: Yes, it is. Are you traveling alone?

    You: No, I’m here with my husband.

    T om: Well, it was nice to meet you. .My name is Tom, by the way…

    You : Nice to meet you, Tom. I’m Linda. Enjoy your trip.

    Tom : Thanks, Linda! Take care!

    6. Role-play: with a partner, practice a conversation. Think carefully about what questions you would like to ask in each situation:

    1. Ted and Katie go to the same country, but they are strangers . They meet for the first time on the airplane.

    2. Ashley and Billy are strangers. They meet at the bus stop.

    3. Dana and Ben meet at the airport. They are friends . Then they meet Sara. Sara is Dana’s friend , but Sara doesn’t know Ben. Dana introduces Ben to Sara.

    7. Homework/Assignment/Announcement:

    Share a story when you travelled abroad.

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