All-inclusive or camping?
In this lesson students will learn how to name and describe different types of travel using quantifiers, adverbs and adjectives. They will also learn and practice a useful skill of getting out of travelling with their friends by coming up with fake excuses.
The lesson starts with a discussion about different types of vacation (e.g. all-inclusive resort, camping trip, city break, etc.).
Travelling vocabulary is introduced through a conversation that the student needs to complete using the word bank. In the following exercise the student completes a table with adjective equivalents of the nouns they used earlier. In order to practice describing different types of travel, the student uses adjectives from the list.
After quantifiers are introduced (e.g. too much, too many, enough, a few, etc.), the student sorts them out into three categories according to their use – countable, uncountable, and both.
The student then completes the list of rules with the correct quantifier, after which they choose the quantifier that best fits sentence examples.
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