[PDF/PPT] Handy Situations: At the Hotel

English for tourism! This lesson plan combines English Language Arts, ESL, ELL, Hotel, Grammar: Comparative and Superlative adjectives, Functional Language, Role-Plays, Functional Langauge for making a reservation, speaking, projects, and research in one lesson. It's great for food-themed classes, especially for teenagers and adults.

4/30/2023

English for tourism!

This lesson plan combines English Language Arts, ESL, ELL, Hotel, Grammar: Comparative and Superlative adjectives, Functional Language, Role-Plays, Functional Langauge for making a reservation, speaking, projects, and research in one lesson.

It's great for food-themed classes, especially for teenagers and adults.

What is it?

  • a no-prep lesson plan for teenagers and adults

  • speaking

  • vocabulary

  • grammar

  • functional language

  • real-life content

  • ESL levels: A2/B1

  • PDF and PowerPoint

What's included?

  • a fully designed lesson for at least 90 minutes that requires no preparation - 4 pages full of various activities

  • a fully animated PowerPoint presentation (same content - some elements are not editable!)

  • in both A4 and US letter formats

  • the key is included

Activities:

  • Warm-up

    • discuss the pictures; types of hotels

  • Brainstorm

    • pros and cons of hotels; adjectives

  • Vocabulary

    • hotel vocabulary, match; fill in the gaps

  • Vocabulary+

    • Brainstorm hotel facilities

  • Functional Language

    • dialogue - make a hotel reservation

  • Role-play

    • pairwork: book a room

    • Grammar

    • adjectives: comparatives and superlatives

  • Grammar+

    • compare hotels

    • freer practice: finish the sentences

  • Project

    • research local hotels

Aims:

  • to improve communication by discussing various topics related to hotels, hostels, making a reservation, travelling, hotel vocabulary, and more!!

  • to improve thematic vocabulary skills

  • to practise adjectives, comparatives and superlatives

  • to practise giving opinions

  • to practise polite questions

  • to practise real-life situations