This activity provides short listening practice based around a conversation between a customer and sales person. The conversation is to enquire about excursions. 

In this lesson, students will listen to a dialogue in a travel agents. They will put the dialogue in the correct order and listen to check answers. There are also suggestions for developing the theme of travel to practise specific areas of grammar.

Aims:

  • To practise listening skills
  • To improve students’ vocabulary and speaking skills

Age group:

Adults

Level:

CEF level A2-B1

Time:

30 minutes plus time for developing the theme

Materials:

The lesson plan, transcript and student worksheets can be downloaded in PDF format below

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Audio (MP3): 
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Author: 
Derek Spafford

Comments

Hello

I would like to know - what's the purpose of dialogue cut up? How can one use dialogue cut up?

Hi Pavan

In the lesson plan it suggests that when students listen a second time to the audio, they should work in pairs totry to put the dialogue in the correct order.

Enjoy the lesson,
Cath

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