The tourism industry including hotels, travel services, airlines and airports and related services have a lot of specific terminology. This essential vocabulary can be taught with the help of listening activities, pictures of items, equipment, locations commonly encountered these working environments. . Role plays and speaking activities can help practice common conversational interactions and prepare students for internships or jobs in the tourism and hospitality fields.
In this conversation, one woman asks her friend about the resort she stayed at on her vacation.
Subscribe to get full access to the latest and best resources from eslflow.com. There are no ads in the newsletter and you will receive entertaining, high quality, and up-to-date teaching resources regularly. And, if you subscribe, you will be supporting the eslflow website.
This is an elementary exercise introducing or reviewing basic hotel reception/front desk conversational language.
This is a hotel reception counter conversation exercise introducing and exploring hotel language and vocabulary. Students try to complete the conversation. Then they can listen to the conversation and check their answers.
This is an English language listening/speaking activity introducing and exploring hotel language and vocabulary. First, students listen to the audio and match the items to the pictures. Then, students try to match the vocabulary with the appropriate pictures. Or!! It can be done the other way around.
This is an English listening/speaking activity. Students try to complete the short dialogues using the speech bubbles. Then they listen to the audio and compare answers.
This is an ESL listening/speaking and writing lesson for practicing basic language for booking a room in a hotel. Students look at the pictures and write an appropriate conversation for booking a room. The they can listen to the audio and compare their answers.
This is an English language exercise introducing and exploring the language and vocabulary of hotels. Students try to match the vocabulary with the appropriate pictures.
The picture sheet can be used in various ways. The teacher can randomly dictate the words from the second page, using sentences to give context and the students label the pictures with the appropriate vocabulary. Or the vocabulary can be scrambled on the board or on a sheet (see PDF page 3).
This is an English language exercise introducing and exploring short hotel conversational exchanges, usually involving guests asking for information. Students try to complete the dialogues with their own ideas.
This is an ESL speaking and writing lesson for practicing basic language for hotel telephone reservations. The students fill in the boxes with the appropriate conversational language
This is an English language exercise introducing and exploring the language and vocabulary of staying in hotels. Students try to match the vocabulary with the appropriate pictures. This can be followed up by a speaking activity in which students have to explain what is happening in each of the pictures.