Interchange 2. Unit 5: Going Places


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-Future plans
-“be going to” and “will”
-Travel advice
-Modals for necessity and suggestion

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Interchange 2. Unit 5: Going Places

  1. 1. Workbook Page 47, no. 7
  2. 2. UNIT 5: GOING PLACES• Future plans• “be going to” and “will”• Travel advice• Modals for necessity and suggestion
  3. 3. What do you like to do on Vacation? Types of vacations: Go abroad Travel around the world Take a bicycle tour Visit relatives Relax Go skiing Go on a cruise Have fun What kind of vacation doyou with you could take?
  4. 4. What are you going to do?Books closedLook at the picture. Are these people friends? How old are they? What do they do? What time of year is it? How do they feel?
  5. 5. What are you going to do?Books closedJulia is the 1st speaker.Nancy is the 2nd speaker.1. What is Nancy going to do?2. What is Julia going to do?3. What sport is Julia going topractice?4. What does Julia do to helpNancy?
  6. 6. What are you going to do?Page 30, no. 2Part B. Listen. Where are they going tostay? How will they get there?
  7. 7. Grammar Focuspage 31, no. 3Things you’ve decided onBe + going to + verbWhat are you going to do?I’m going to relax at the beach.We’re going to go surfing every day.I’m not going to do anything special.
  8. 8. Grammar Focuspage 31, no. 3Before you’ve made a decisionWill + verbWhat are you going to do?I’m not sure. I guess I’ll just stay home.Maybe I’ll watch a few DVDs.I don’t know. I think I’ll go camping.I probably won’t go anywhere.
  9. 9. Grammar Focuspage 31, no. 3For possible plans, use: I guess… I think… Probably I suppose… I expect.
  10. 10. Travel Planningpage 32, no. 4
  11. 11. Workbook page 26, no. 2 I’m going to paint myapartment. I’m going to rent a car Maybe I’ll visit my sisterJoanne. I think I’ll go to themountains I’ll probably catch up onmy studying. I’m going to relax on thebeach.
  12. 12. Perspectivesbooks closed
  13. 13. Perspectivesbooks closedTrue or False? It’s necessary to have exact change for the bus. True You must be 21 or older to rent a car. True Travelers should try eating at stalls in the street. False It’s OK to drink water from the tap. False You should keep a copy of your credit card numbers. True
  14. 14. Perspectivespage 32, no. 6 Look at the advice. What topic is each person talking about?
  15. 15. Modals for necessity & Suggestionpage 33, no. 7Describing NecessityYou must have a driver’s license.You need to make a reservation.You have to get a passport.You don’t have to get a visa.
  16. 16. Modals for necessity & Suggestionpage 33, no. 7Giving SuggestionsYou’d better avoid the stalls on the street.You ought to pack a first-aid kit.You should try some local specialties.You shouldn’t carry a lot of cash.
  17. 17. Practice exercise A Modals for necessity & Suggestionpage 33, no. 7
  18. 18. Tourist Tipspage 34, no. 9 Planning a trip Tours Safety Money
  19. 19. Getting Away from it allpage 35, no. 12 Guess the topicbased on the words: Camping Clothes Wind Equipment Backpack Fun
  20. 20. Travel Suggestions You are on vacation inyour favorite place. Write a letter to yourfriend telling about yourplans and giving advice. It must be 10 sentences. You must include: Future with”be” (p. 31) Modals (p. 33)
  21. 21.  This is your discussion for Unit 5. It is due 4 July.Dear Emily,I arrived in Santiago, Chile, yesterday! I love it!Today I’m going to visit La Moneda and after that, maybeI’ll eat lunch in Plaza de Armas. I hope you can come visit!If you come, you must have your passport, but you don’thave to have a visa. You should bring plenty of warmclothes, because it is very cold in Chile right now! Youshouldn’t carry too much cash, because it can bedangerous in the big city. Tomorrow I am going to go toMercado Central for some authentic Chilean food. Youought to try some Chilean seafood—it’s the best in theworld! I hope you’re doing well in the U.S.! See you soon!Love, Brittany