ESL Conversation Lesson: Multi-generational Travel

ESL Conversation Lesson: Multi-generational Travel

As this ESL conversation lesson is on multi-generational me and my dad reflected on the imagined difficulties of traveling with family in the video above.

In the travel themed ESL conversation lesson I've provided below, you can further discuss the aspects of multi-generational travel 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:

Have you ever experienced 3G travel? How was it?  If you had to plan for multi-generational travel, where would you go and what kind of plan would you make?
When is the last time you felt a strong sense of togetherness? Can you tell me about your extended family? Do you have any favorites or any you can't really get long with? What do you think of the term 'PANK'? Do you know of any instances of it? What's the most enriching experience you've had? What's the most enriching experience you've had while travelling?  How can we make life more enriching in our every day lives?

 

Lesson topics

 

 

 

 

multi-generational travel (3G travel): three generations of family members vacationing together
 
extended family: a family unit that includes grandmothers, grandfathers, aunts, and uncles, etc. in addition to parents and children
 
togetherness: the pleasant feeling of being united with other people in friendship and understanding
 
enriching: to improve the quality of something by adding something else
 
PANK: abbreviation for: Professional aunt, no kids; an aunt without children who shows a lot of attention and spends a lot of money on her nieces and nephews


 

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