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Ch 4: Discussing Travel with ELL Students

About This Chapter

It's easy to talk with your ESL students about vacations, travel and other related topics with this lesson plan chapter. Our resources are accessible on any mobile phone, tablet or computer 24 hours a day so you can work on your classroom and lesson plans at whatever time works best for you.

Discussing Travel with ELL Students - Chapter Summary

Our instructors introduce you to ways you can teach and talk to your ELL students about travel related subjects in this fun chapter. Topics covered here include airports, travel guides and maps. We also provide some questions you can use to prompt effective class discussions about travel, vacations and airports. These lessons have been written specifically for the needs of your ESL students and are tailored to helping you communicate well with them in and out of the classroom.

How It Helps

  • Covers a variety of subjects: These lesson plans cover airports, maps and travel guides, so you can give your students well-rounded instruction about travel.
  • Gets students involved: Use the discussion questions included in this chapter to engage your students and get them talking about travel, airports and vacations.
  • Designed for ESL students: Rather than tailoring lessons to the unique needs of your students, these lesson plans and resources allow you to use curriculum that has been specifically created for them.

How It Works

This helpful resource offers teachers lesson plan resources with relevant tools to make planning travel discussions with ELL students easy.

  • Use lesson plan outlines for specific travel topics you want to cover in class.
  • Formulate your ESL class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
  • Share the related travel lessons with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
  • Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important travel concepts from the lessons.
  • Engage your students with relevant travel-related activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.

11 Lessons in Chapter 4: Discussing Travel with ELL Students
ESL Discussion Questions About Travel

1. ESL Discussion Questions About Travel

If you are teaching ESL, chances are, conversation is a big part of your daily routine. Take a look at this lesson for engaging discussion questions and ideas centered on a travel theme. Read on to learn more about getting your ESL students talking!

ESL Conversation Questions About Vacations

2. ESL Conversation Questions About Vacations

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? This question is a great way to get your ESL (English as a Second Language) students thinking about vacations. This lesson will provide you with vacation-related conversation questions students can practice answering with a partner or on their own.

Camping Questions for ESL Students

3. Camping Questions for ESL Students

In this lesson, teachers will learn about engaging English as a Second Language (ESL) students in a discussion about camping. A list of discussion questions related to camping will be included.

ESL Airport Lesson Plan

4. ESL Airport Lesson Plan

This lesson plan is designed to equip English as a Second Language learners with phrases and vocabulary related to airports through the use of individual and group activities.

Airport Questions for ESL Students

5. Airport Questions for ESL Students

Looking for some airport-specific questions for ESL students? This lesson introduces the concepts of airports and air travel and provides question ideas to engage ESL students. Questions and useful language for use both in the classroom and at the airport are offered.

At The Airport ESL Vocabulary

6. At The Airport ESL Vocabulary

Airport vocabulary is necessary when ESL students travel and it can also lend itself to fun classroom activities. This lesson offers some basic airport vocabulary and some engaging activities for your ESL students.

ESL Travel Guide Lesson Plan

7. ESL Travel Guide Lesson Plan

Pack your bags and prepare to travel! In this lesson plan for English Language Learners, your students will investigate vocabulary related to travel and tourism and will research and create materials to encourage others to travel to selected locations.

ESL Map Lesson Plan

8. ESL Map Lesson Plan

Teach your ESL (English as a second language) students map skills and associated vocabulary with this lesson plan. Activities and hands-on learning make concepts fun and easy to learn using materials you can easily find.

ESL Map Reading & Directions Activity

9. ESL Map Reading & Directions Activity

The ability to read a map and follow directions is a vital skill for ESL learners. This lesson provides teachers with classroom map reading and directions activities for students of all ages.

ESL Travel Vocabulary Lesson Plan

10. ESL Travel Vocabulary Lesson Plan

In this lesson plan, ELL students will be exposed to vocabulary words about travel. After initial exposure to the words, students will apply their knowledge to play an engaging vocabulary identification game, followed by a real-world writing prompt.

ESL Vacation Writing Prompts

11. ESL Vacation Writing Prompts

Vacation time and vacations are always exciting and therefore they make great topics to get your ESL students writing. This lesson provides prompts based on the vacation theme; they can be used with various class levels.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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