In this food and travel ESL lesson students will discuss their travel experience and plans. They will watch a ten-minute video and learn about different etiquette rules.
We can’t travel anywhere(even if we can, it’s still very limited) because of the current Covid-19 pandemic, however, there are plenty of activities we can do – we can go for a walk, do sports, read books, watch Netflix. Wondering what to recommend to your students?
Try these shows, they are educational, suitable for school but still fun to watch. You can share opinions, start a discussian, revise vocabulary.
If you don’t have time to crate your own, you can use this ready-made lesson based on a Netflix show called The Mind Explained. This lesson is on the topic of anxiety, which could be helpful as many students struggle with mental issues and anxiety during these days.
So, even if we can’t travel, we can plan our future travels. Traveling and food are very popular topics for students of any age. Your students will enjoy this food and travel ESL lesson and the video – 12 Unexpected Etiquette Rules from Around the World.
- Which interesting places have you visited so far?
- Which three dream destinations would you put on your bucket list?
- When you travel, do you like to taste local food? Why?
- What are the etiquette rules associated with food in your country?
Watch the video
Etiquette Rules Around the World – True and False Quiz
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TEDtalk Video ESL Lesson Plan: What Makes Something Go Viral
TED Talk ESL Video Lesson Plan: How To Grow New Brain Cells.
Online and digital resources:
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Digital and Online Teaching Resources for Teachers Who Teach English from Home
Online Vocabulary Activity With Pictures.
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