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Kód ITMS projektu: 26110130519 Gymnázium Pavla Jozefa Šafárika – moderná škola tretieho tisícročia. Holidays. Holiday activities. Translate the words. Look at the pictures and match them with the words below.

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  1. Kód ITMS projektu: 26110130519 Gymnázium Pavla Jozefa Šafárika – moderná škola tretieho tisícročia Holidays

  2. Holiday activities • Translate the words. Look at the pictures and match them with the words below. • go: camping, cycling, fishing, sailing, sightseeing, skiing, snorkeling, surfing, swimming, rafting, hiking, scuba diving, water skiing, dancing, jogging, bird-watching , sunbathing hitchhiking, backpacking • play: football, tennis, volleyball, badminton, hockey, squash, table tennis, chess, cards • take: photography/photo , up summer job • do: karate, boxing

  3. Holiday division According to the vocabulary, name what activities can you do on these kinds of holidays. What kind of holiday do you prefer? SUMMER WINTER HOLIDAY SIGHTSEEING ACTIVITY RELAX CRUISES

  4. Types of holiday Match the words with the definitions. campingholiday packageholiday cruise trip touristresort tour a short journey to a chosen place a place where you can meet many holidaymakers a holiday where your travel and accommodation are arranged for you a holiday spent on a ship visiting different places at the seaside a holiday spent in a tent or in caravan a holiday spent travelling to different places

  5. Holiday by the sea • Describe the dawing on the right. Use some, any, no, a lot of and the nouns below. • balls • cliff • rocks • beach umrella • towel • beach • waves • yacht • sea • sand • birds • trees

  6. A sightseeing holiday in the city • Translate the new vocabulary and match the words with the photos. Which of these places do you usually visit or go to when you are on holiday? Which of them are historic monuments? • Palace Watch tower • Market Mint • Temple Manor-house • Statue City Walls • Castle Pyramides • Cathedral Concert • Church Art gallery • Museum Bastion • Tourist shop • Restaurant • Old town square

  7. Tourist attractions • Choose the right word from the box and write it down next to the adjectives.

  8. Types of accommodation Wherecanyoustayduringholidays? Translatethewordsandmatchthemwiththepictures. • Hotel • Youthhostel • Guesthouse • Bed&breakfast • Campsite • Pension • Boarding house • Motel • Houseboat • Caravan • Cottage

  9. Things to do on holiday I Join the words from column I with the words from column II to make collocations. Then use the collocations in your own sentences. take put up rent speak go visit buy stay have eat a foreign language exotic food sightseeing a tent souvenirs in a hotel a good time museums photos a car

  10. Things to do on holiday II Write down the right word given below into the correct box.

  11. Useful phrases • Match the words in the box with the list below. Use the new vocabulary in your own sentences.

  12. Holiday disaster I Translate the new vocabulary. Match the words with the definisions. Where could occure these kinds of natural disasters? Do you know the countries? a long period of time with no rain a large amount of water that covers an area which is normally dry a strong circular wind that sucks things up and causes a lot of damage a process when molten rock, ashes and gas burst from a mountain the shaking of the ground a large mass of snow that falls down the side of a mountain Huge area of woods which are alight • avalanche • earthquake • drought • flood • forest fire • tornado • volcano eruption

  13. Holiday disaster II What are the names of these natural disasters? Could you name other disasters which can occure on holiday?

  14. Discussion • Can you describe your last holiday? • What is your worst travelling experience? • Would you like to work as a travel guide? • What do you think of hitch-hiking? • Which countries would you like to visit? • What kind of holiday do you prefer? • Would you like to try an advanturous holiday? • What kind of activities did you do on your last holiday? • Where can you stay on holiday? • What tourist attractions do we have in our district? • Do you visit the tourist attraction of our country? • What natural heritage do we have in our counry? • What sightseeings are worth to see in our country and region? • What do you think abou tourism in our country? • How can we increase the number of tourists in Slovakia?

  15. Použité zdroje • http://www.trackonix.co.uk/documents/caravan_tracking.html • http://www.coolcamping.co.uk/campsites/uk/england/lake-district/cumbria/277-great-langdale-national-trust-campsite • http://www.cliftonvacationcourses.com/index.php?id=24 • http://www.fly-fishing-discounters.com/fly-fishing.html • http://www.visitbritainshop.com/world/tours/city-sightseeing-tours/product/big-bus-london-sightseeing-tours.html • http://erinhillmyblog.com/2010/08/13/watercolour-on-ceramic-tile-and-a-beach-drawing/ • http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g60795-d143541-Reviews-Joan_of_Arc_Statue-Philadelphia_Pennsylvania.html • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Khajuraho-Lakshmana_temple.JPG • Mugglestone P.: Challenges 2 Teacher's Handbook.Pearson Longman, 2007, page 57. • Falla T. Davies P.A.: SolutionsPre-IntermediateStudent‘sBook.OxfordUniversity Press,2012, page 14. • RedmanS.:Englishvocabulary in Use – Pre-intermediate and intermediate.Cambridge, 2005, page 183, 186 • Manko E.: Angličtina Maturitní zásoba.Infoa,2009, page 82,83,84 • Watcyn-JonesP.:Targetvocabulary in use.PenguinEnglish, 1994, page: 91

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