Task-Based Lesson: How to Make Reservations in English

How to Make Reservations in English

Make Reservations in English

Vocabulary

  1. How can I help you?
  2. I’d like a room.
  3. How much is a single room?
  4. Is there a pool?
  5. What time is checkout?
  6. Do you accept VISA/Mastercard?
  7. How may I help you?
  8. Can I have your name please?
  9. How do you spell that?
  10. Would you like a single or a double?
  11. How many people are you traveling with?
  12. How many nights will you be staying?
  13. How will you be paying?
  14. Would you like a wake-up call?
  15. Is there anything else you would like to know?

Type of Hotel Rooms

  • Single: A room assigned to one person. May have one or more beds.
  • Double: A room assigned to two people. May have one or more beds.
  • Triple: A room assigned to three people. May have two or more beds.
  • Quad: A room assigned to four people. May have two or more beds
How to Make Reservations in English

Lesson Plan: How to Make a Reservation in English 

Schema Activation

Task

  1. Students turn on their cellphones.
  2. They google kahoot and visit this site using their phone browser.
  3. Students uses this kahoot to review the contents studied last week.

Pre-Task

Task #1

  1. Students are sent a polldaddy quiz
  2. They answer the quiz and inmmediately see the results

Task #2

  1. Students are sent a piece of paper with questions that hotel employees ask when making a reservation.
  2. Students make pairs and practice asking those questions 
  3. They change partners and practice with somebody else

Task #3

  1. Students are sent a PowerPoint Presentation with facilities and services offered by the hotel. 
  2. Student have to make question based on the picture. Such as:
    • Does the room have cable TV?
  3. They practice asking and answering questions

Main Task

  1.  Teacher chooses 5 students to be the front desk staff
  2. The rest of the students are customers
  3. The front desk staff ask questions to the customer and fill out a form.

Post-Task

  1. Teacher reviews common mistakes made during the previous tasks

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