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People and PlacesTravel
Asking questions
Students practice asking object questions through a series of activities based on a conversation with a tour guide/operator. Particular attention is given to expressions that help students check and confirm information when they didn’t hear or understand. Expressions introduced in this Handout I’m sorry, could you speak more slowly please?…
People and PlacesTravel
Asking questions, Grammar, Vocabulary
Students review adjectives to describe holidays and practice asking questions with the auxiliary verb ‘do.’ Do questions are usually answered with ‘Yes, I do’ or ‘No, I don’t.’ Sometimes the question asks about a choice. Students will be able to construct, ask, and answer the different ‘do’ question patterns to…

Reading Restaurant Menus

A2, A2+
3 Pages
60 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - Reading-restaurant-menus
Food and RestaurantsTravel
Vocabulary
Choosing something off a menu without pictures can be difficult. Students learn and practice vocabulary, in particular adjectives, used on restaurant menus. Students will be able to visualize the dish ingredients, preparation, cooking method, and presentation of menu items and discuss them. If you slice cheese in a slicer it is…

Booking a Hotel Room

A2, A2+
4 Pages
120 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - Booking-a-Hotel-Room
People and PlacesTravel
Asking questions, Conversation, Reading, Vocabulary
Students learn vocabulary for hotel facilities and amenities and how to ask about them using ‘would like’ and ‘would like to’ forms. Students practice role-playing a conversation between hotel reception and a guest booking a hotel room.

Asking Questions at a Restaurant

A2, A2+
4 Pages
120 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - Asking-Questions-at-a-Restaurant
Food and RestaurantsTravel
Asking questions, Conversation, Reading
Students practice asking questions with ‘How much … ?’ to ask about price as well as forming questions and sentences used for making requests, offering, and checking information with focus on ‘would like’ and ‘would like to’ to be polite.

Let’s Go to a Museum

A2, A2+
2 Pages
90 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - Lets-Go-to-a-Museum
People and PlacesTravel
Asking questions, Conversation, Vocabulary
Talking about museums, art, and exhibitions. Example Questions in this Handout Who are some famous artists in your country? What kind of art do they do? Most museums don’t allow recording devices. Do you agree or disagree with this? How do you think museums could be more interesting for young…

Places to Live and Visit

A1, A2
3 Pages
90 mins
People and PlacesTravel
Asking questions, Conversation, Grammar, Reading
Students are introduced to common places in a village, a town, and a city. They will be able to say what ‘there is’ and ‘there are’ as well as what ‘there isn’t’ and ‘ there aren’t’ when talking about singular and plural nouns. Articles are also reviewed. Students can talk…

Write about your Experiences

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A2, A2+
2 Pages
90 mins
People and PlacesTravel
Asking questions, Reading
Students read about a trip abroad and practice using linking words and, so, but, because, and then to create a narrative. Questions and answers help students write a story about their last trip.

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