ESL Conversation Lesson: Glamping
As this ESL conversation lesson is on 'glamping' me and my dad made a stop along the river to Seoul to talk a bit about the different types of camping. We also talked about his hobby of rock hunting, and how camping has become a huge trend in South Korea.
In the travel themed ESL conversation lesson I've provided below, you can further discuss the various types of camping available popular these days with your ESL students. Just scroll down to the end of this blog and click the image if you'd like to download this free ESL conversation lesson pdf, and if you find it useful I've made a book format as well which includes 24 lessons.
Our lesson format includes: imagery, table topic, hypothetical table topic, guided conversation questions, two conversational activities, and a homework project.
Some ESL conversation questions include:Do you like camping? Why or why not? What do you think of glamping?
What type of camping do you enjoy? Can you share about a camping experience you've had? Were there any types of camping we talked about today that you would like to try? Why or why not? What is the least desirable type of camping in your view? What's your favorite camping destination? Where would you like to go camping abroad? What type of camping would you do there?
glamping: a type of camping that is more comfortable and luxurious than traditional camping (this word is a mixture of the words 'glamorous' and 'camping')
primitive camping/back-country camping: being without neighbors, electricity, running water, etc. and camping in a remote location while providing everything for yourself
Primitive camping was so peaceful. I was glad to be free of noisy neighbors.
survivalist camping: camping where the only aim is to be completely self-sufficient
canoe camping: a combination of canoeing, long-distance travel, and camping
backpacking - the activity of travelling or going camping while carrying your clothes and other things that you need in a backpack
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