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Unit 5 Traveling abroad 

        Listening
Pre-listening----prediction (1m)


                   Lima, the capital of 
                  Peru, lies in the north 
                  on the Pacific coast.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                , runs runs , 
                                                                                , in the South theSouth in , 
, Capital City, lies lies  City,  ,Capital
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Ocean, the longest Ocean,        world the in  mountain
Lima                            coast west the on                               Cuzco                           the  area,  Mountainous          capital ancient   siteof       civilization of Inca                             Mountain Andes                 Pacific to parallel 


                                                                                                      Andes Moutain
Cuzco ,the ancient Inca capital, and now  is 
a lively city where both Indian and Spanish 
culture and art can be seen.
Listening----(5m)
Listen to the tape for the first time and while listening, 
tick out the things that Lia says she likes doing.
  □  visiting places on her own            
  □  trying different kinds of food 
  □  going to historical sites                      
  □  cycling
  □  visiting museums 
  □  swimming
  □  climbing mountains 
  □  looking at wildlife
  □  learning about country’s culture               
  □  staying in expensive hotels
 Listening----answering the following questions (5m)
 Listen to the tape and answer 
 the following questions.

1. Has Lia been to Peru before?
  No.

2. Why doesn’t Lia want to go on a tour?
  Because she likes to be independent.
  Listen to the tape and answer the 
  following questions.
3. Why does the travel agent advise her not to 
  travel alone?
  She might feel lonely. She might find it 
  difficult because it’s her first visit.
4. Why does the travel agent recommend for 
  Lia to visit?
  Cuzco combines may of the things Lia
  likes doing. She can stay on her own in 
  a hotel and take tours when she wants 
  some company.
  Listen to the tape and answer the 
  following questions.

5. How will Lia know about tours from Cuzco?

  The travel agent gives her a brochure.
 Listen to the tape again and 
 complete the sentences.
1. I _____________independent.like to be
2. But you ____________________might find it difficult  because it’s your 
 first time.
3.But I also__________________.love mountains
4.You ____________fromcould fly  Lima, the capital of Peru, 
 to Cuzco.
5.We __________________intocould book you  a hotel in Cuzco.
Unit 5 Traveling abroad 


            Reading II
Warming up----Brainstorming (2m)

                   Warming   up
 Peru

Lima,the capital of 
Peru, lies in the north 
on the Pacific coast.

Cuzco ,the ancient Inca capital, and now  is 
a lively city where both Indian and Spanish 
culture and art can be seen.

  Andes Mountains, runs parallel to the 
Pacific coast, and it is the longest Mountains 
in the world.

Reading I----scanning& skimming (2m)
Read the passage and answer 
the following questions: 

1. Why is Cuzco popular with tourists?

2. What is special about Lake Titicaca?

3. What do you think the two official 
  languages of Peru are?
1. Why is Cuzco popular with tourists?
  Cuzco is popular because it is close to Machu 
  Picchu and is a good place to see both Spanish 
  and Indian culture and art.
2. What is special about Lake Titicaca?
  Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable 
  lake in the world.
3. What do you think the two official 
  languages of Peru are?
  Spanish and Indian.
Reading II---- detail reading(3m)
                reading
1. Which tours would best suit people who like 
 an active holiday and don’t need first class 
 accommodation?
 Tours 1 and 4.
2.What kind of people would enjoy Tour 2?
 People who enjoy learning about the culture 
 And lifestyle of the country they are visiting ,
 People who enjoy beautiful scenery but prefer to 
 see it through the windows of a comfortable bus.
3.On which tours do you visit Machu Picchu?
 Tours 1 and 3.
4. If you spent two weeks in and around Cuzco, 
  Which tour would be best to do last?
 Tour 2 would be best to do last because 
 it ends in Lima, the capital.
   Discussion


Imagine your group plans to spend eight in and 
around Cuzco. Discuss which two tours you will 
take:
1 First discuss what you like to 
do when you  are on holiday.
Use expressions like:
I like / don’t like doing / to do….
I prefer to….
I enjoy / love / hate doing….
2 Then discuss which tours best suit you.
Use expressions like:
We could /might…
It would be possible to ….     
It isn’t impossible to …
…could /would be a perfect place for us .   
 I don’t think you’d enjoy …   
… would probably suit us.
It’s out of the question.
Unit 5 Traveling abroad 

     Speaking and writing
Speaki
 ng
Speaking (4m)
          Speaking task:

                              education
transportation

lifestyles     Traveling abroad     ……

communication             culture and customs
Topics 

Have you ever traveled abroad? What kind of 
things would you learn best by being a tourist in 
a foreign country?
How difficult or easy do you think it is to adjust to 
living or traveling in another country? What kind 
of differences might you experience?
What did you find unusual or difficult about the 
life in the foreign countries? 
The following sentence patterns are helpful for you:
  You might…                           
  Most probably,…
  It’s a possibility…                      
  It’s likely/unlikely that…
  Probably,…  probably,…
  It’s not very likely…  I doubt it.
  It’s (very) possible…                 
  He/She/They will probably.
  It could happen.
Writin
g
Brainstorming for writing (3m)

 food      study   accommodation


        Culture difference transport


         adapt (how)
Pre-writing (3m)
 Imagine you American penfriend has decided 
 to come to China to study Chinese culture and 
 language at a university near you. Write a 
 letter to him or her giving information about 
 what life will be like.
 Information included

1.What he/she will find different in China (include 
  things like food, study, transport, accommodation, 
  etc); 
2.How easy or difficult it will be to make friends;
3.The best way to learn Chinese and about Chinese 
  culture;
4.Things you can do to help him/her settle in.
Dear Bob,

  I’m really pleased that you will be coming to 
China to study the language and culture. Living 
in China might seem a little strange at first, but 
I’m sure you’ll soon fit in.

  I think most things here are cheaper than in 
your country. Our food is tasty but some might 
be oily, but we have Western food too. KFC and 
McDonald are very popular here.
  Chinese people are very friendly and 
easygoing, so if you are sociable, it’ll be easy for 
you to get used to the life here. I’ll introduce 
you to my family and friends and you won’t feel 
lonely, I’m sure. Besides, it’ll help you to learn 
Chinese and Chinese culture.
  In a word, I’ll try my best to make you feel at 
home, and I’m looking forward to meeting you.
Yours, 
Li  Fang
     Homework

Write a story similar to the four 
stories on page 83, according to 
the pictures given on page 84.
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