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Its a Great Place
Hotel Reservation
Pairs. Student A, imagine you are a travel agent.
Student B, imagine you want to make a hotel
reservation. Use the conversation below as a model.
Kate: Can I help you?
Chris: Yes, I need a hotel reservation.
Kate: OK. What city?
Chris: Manhattan.
Kate: OK. When?
Chris: Next week. For three nights. The 7th, 8th, and 9th.
Kate: OK, lets see. How about the Northgate?
Its very convenient and its not expensive.
Chris: Okay, thats good.
Kate: And your name is . . . ?
Chris: Chris . . . Chris Redmond.
Information Gap: Find the Differences
Pairs. Student A, look at this page. Student B, look at page 24.
You have a picture of Josh. Student B has a picture of Tim. What is the same?
What is different? Fill in the table.
Use this language to describe your pictures:
A: Josh is ___________. B: Tim is ___________.
A: Josh has ___________. B: Tim has ___________.
Josh Tim
young or old?
short or tall?
thin or heavy?
happy or upset?
color of hair?
color of eyes?
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Role Play: Making a Hotel Reservation
Pairs. Student A, look at the form below. Student B, look at page 25.
You are a receptionist at the Grand Hotel in New York. Student B calls to make a reservation.
Fill in this hotel reservation form with Student Bs information.
GRAND HOTEL RESERVATION FORM
Last name First name
Number of people Single room or Double room Smoking or Non-smoking
Number of nights Dates
You begin the conversation. Use this language:
Grand Hotel. Can I help you? Smoking or non-smoking?
What nights? Single room or double room?
How many people? And your name?
You have a room for 2 nights, from June fourth to June sixth.
Sort Out the Words
Groups of 4. Each group uses one piece of paper. Make 3 columns.
Write 1st Syllable, 2nd Syllable, and 3rd Syllable at the top of the columns.
Listen to your teacher say each word. Is the stress on the first, second, or third syllable?
Decide together. Write the word in the correct column.
anything convenient hotel registration
available credit card Japanese reservation
baggage customers lobby reserve
city expensive location single
confirmation front desk porter travel
Pairs. Now write a conversation, using 2 words from each column on your paper.
GRAND HOTEL RESERVATION FORM
Last name First name
Number of people Single room or Double room Smoking or Non-smoking
Number of nights Dates
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Information Gap: Find the Differences
Pairs. Student B, look at this page. Student A, look at page 22.
You have a picture of Tim. Student A has a picture of Josh. What is the same?
What is different? Fill in the table.
Use this language to describe your pictures:
A: Josh is ___________. B: Tim is ___________.
A: Josh has ___________. B: Tim has ___________.
Josh Tim
young or old?
short or tall?
thin or heavy?
happy or upset?
color of hair?
color of eyes?
Ask and Answer
Pairs. Cover your partners side of the page. Student A, read the questions. Student B, listen
carefully to your partner, and then choose your answer.
Student A Student B
Hows your room? Im in Room 313.
Whats the name of the hotel? Its small, but nice.
What city are you in now? Its downtown, on Fourth Street.
What area of the city is the hotel in? Its 1:30 in the morning. Please call me
back tomorrow.
What room are you in? Its called the Athens Hotel.
What time is it there? Im in Plymouth.
Now put the questions and answers in the correct order to create a conversation. Then practice
the conversation. This time Student B begins.
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Role Play: Making a Hotel Reservation
Pairs. Student B, look at this page. Student A, look at page 23.
You phone the Grand Hotel in New York to make a reservation.
Student A is the hotel receptionist.
First, decide the following:
Kind of room you want
(single/double/smoking/non-smoking)
How many people
How many nights
Use this language:
I need a reservation for next week.
For 2 nights. From June fourth to the sixth.
GRAND HOTEL
Downtown location
Continental breakfast
Health club
Data port with high-speed Internet access
WebTalk
Groups of 4. Imagine you are in New York for the day. As a group, choose 5 places to visit. Use
the information you found on the web.
Decide where to go first, second, third, fourth, and fifth. Choose one student in your group to
write the places on a piece of paper.
Use this language:
First, we want to visit ___________.
Second, ___________.
Third, ___________.
Fourth, ___________.
Fifth, ___________.