Презентация "TRAVELLING" 10 класс


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TRAVELLING

TRAVELLING

Read and express your opinion. Do you agree with the thoughts of the famous people?

  • Travelling is one way of lengthening life.
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • He that travel far knows much.
  • John Clarke
  • Be glad of life because it gives you the chance to love, to work, to play and to look up at the stars.
  • Henry Van Dyke

IF YOU WANT TO GET SOMEWHERE YOU CAN GO THERE BY…

  • camper
  • coach
  • raft
  • ferryboat
  • ship
  • jet
  • airplane
  • helicopter
  • hot
  • air
  • balloon
  • train
  • car

Find the names of means of transport:

  • T
  • J
  • B
  • C
  • S
  • H
  • I
  • P
  • T
  • C
  • R
  • E
  • U
  • A
  • R
  • A
  • F
  • T
  • R
  • A
  • A
  • T
  • S
  • R
  • T
  • A
  • X
  • I
  • A
  • M
  • M
  • B
  • I
  • K
  • E
  • F
  • R
  • B
  • I
  • P
  • A
  • I
  • R
  • P
  • L
  • A
  • N
  • E
  • N
  • E
  • F
  • E
  • R
  • R
  • Y
  • B
  • O
  • A
  • T
  • R
  • H
  • E
  • L
  • I
  • C
  • O
  • P
  • T
  • E
  • R

While travelling we often go sightseeing. As a rule, tourists visit some of these places:

  • cathedral church theatre palace
  • park monument statue bridge

THINGS THAT TOURISTS OFTEN DO ON HOLIDAYS:

  • look round;
  • take photographs;
  • spend a lot of money;
  • buy souvenirs;
  • do shopping;
  • lose their way;
  • go sightseeing;
  • have a good time.

Act the situation using the following key phrases:

  • What time does this plane get to New York, please?
  • Which platform does the 9 o’clock bus go from, please?
  • Is there a train to Oxford at about 11 o’clock, please?
  • How much does the return/one way ticket to Paris cost, please?
  • When is the next train to London, please?

Have you ever been to these places? Which of them would you like to visit most of all?

It’s interesting to know…

  • In Pakistan you mustn’t wink. It’s offensive.
  • In the Middle East you must never use the left hand for greeting, eating and drinking.
  • In Thailand you shouldn’t pat a child’s head.
  • In Singapore chewing gum is banned.
  • Bowing is the usual way of greeting in China.
  • In Poland you should never take chrysanthemums to a party. They are only given at funerals.
  • If you are invited to a meal in Brazil, you should arrive some time after the stated time.

What does travelling mean to you?

  • Develops our outlook
  • Helps us to relax
  • Gives us adventures
  • Helps us to make friends
  • Helps us to study foreign languages
  • Gives us knowledge about the country
  • Develops our imagination

These are the extracts of two letters. Sort them and you will get two stories about ideal and disastrous holidays

  • Dear Jane A
  • I am going to tell you about
  • my last journey. I was ready
  • to travel to Paris when one
  • day I was knocked down by
  • a car and broke my arm. But
  • I decided to go anyway.
  • My Dad promised to give
  • a ride to the station, which
  • was far from our house.
  • Yesterday I decided B
  • to have a look round the
  • shops and I bought some
  • souvenirs. Today I’ve
  • been to a couple of very
  • interesting art galleries.
  • On my way back to the
  • hotel I discovered a
  • really fascinating market.
  • I’m afraid I’ve spent too
  • much money.
  • We planned to set C
  • off very early to catch
  • the 7 a. m. train. In the
  • morning the car couldn’t
  • start. When we finally
  • left it was 6.30.My dad is
  • a very slow driver and I
  • asked him to speed up.
  • When we were doing
  • 120 km/h the police
  • stopped us. We had to
  • pay a rather heavy fine.
  • To make things worse our D
  • car began to jerk as we had
  • run out of petrol.
  • We finally got to the station
  • at three minutes to seven. I
  • kissed my father goodbye and
  • jumped on the train. But as
  • soon as I reach the next
  • station I realized that I had
  • got to the wrong train.
  • Hope your holidays were
  • better than mine.
  • Tomorrow I am going to E
  • see London from London
  • Eye. I was told the view
  • from it is unforgettable.
  • Finally, I should say that
  • London is fantastic. I’ve
  • taken a lot of photos.
  • You’ll see them when I
  • get back home.
  • See you later.
  • Dear Nick F
  • I’ve been to London for
  • almost a week now and
  • I’m having a great time. I
  • spend the first few days
  • going sightseeing –
  • Houses of Parliament,
  • the Tower, Buckingham
  • Palace and all the usual
  • attractions.

WHAT KIND OF HOLIDAY DO YOU PREFER?

  • 1. You are on holidays. Now you
  • can. . .
  • a) go to bed late
  • b) do what you want
  • c) visit unknown cities.
  • 2. You are on a desert island. The
  • first thing you do is. . .
  • a) look for food and water
  • b) look for place to sleep at night
  • c) explore the island.
  • 3. You are leaving for holidays. Your
  • luggage is. . .
  • a) one suitcase
  • b) two suitcases
  • c) one bag.
  • 4. Holidays are the right time to . . .
  • a) relax
  • b) do shopping
  • c) go for a walk somewhere.
  • 5. Your most enjoyable holiday is. . .
  • a) a sea cruise
  • b) in a hotel with a swimming-pool
  • c) in the wood or near the lake.
  • 6. Why do you go on holidays?
  • a) to relax
  • b) to see something different from
  • everyday life
  • c) to discover new places.
  • MOSTLY A’s
  • You don’t like holidays that are full
  • of activities. You prefer relaxing in
  • a quiet place. Holidays mean you at
  • last have time to read a good book.
  • MOSTLY B’s
  • You want an unusual holiday full of
  • fun and friendly people.
  • MOSTLY C’s
  • You love nature and adventures. The
  • best holiday for you is camping.

New vocabulary:

  • a journey – путешествие
  • an attraction - достопримечательность
  • a camper – домик на колёсах
  • a coach - автобус
  • a jet – реактивный самолёт
  • a raft – плот
  • a ferry boat – паром
  • to sightseeing - осмотр достопримечательностей
  • to explore – исследовать, изучать
  • to develop the outlook – расширить кругозор
  • to develop the imagination – развивать воображение