【Instructions】 ask students to find out the patterns and expressions used for making reservations and checking in or out at a hotel
2. Warming up for the new class:
【Instructions】 1). students present their collections
2). teacher’s comment and put the collections into a data bank for students’ reference
3). presentation of new materials
4). Practice Dialogue 1 I Would Like To Book a Double Room and Dialogue 2 I Have a Reservation with You
【Instructions】 read and act out so that the students will be familiar with the patterns and expressions that are appropriate for making reservations and checking in or out at a hotel, teacher and the students work together and remember do not spend too much time on it
Part II. Putting in use
1. Dividing the students into groups of four or five
2. Offering the situations
Offer several situations for students to act out by referring to the data bank on the blackboard
【Instructions】 each group should choose one of the situations and work together to form a dialogue and then act out
Situations: 1). Place : in a room
Characters: Professor Smith, receptionist
Task: Professor Smith is leaving for New York tomorrow. He wants to make a reservation at a hotel there by telephone
2). Place: in a hotel
Characters: Mary, receptionist
Task: Mary wants to check into a hotel for which she has already made a reservation.
3).Place: in a hotel
Characters. Anne, Mary
Task: Anne wants to check out a hotel after a week’s stay there.
3. Acting out and comments
【Instructions】 after the act of each group, the teacher will ask the fellow students to make comments on the performance and the appropriateness of their English; and then it is the teacher’s task to summarize this part
Part III. Further Practice
1. Practicing and Furthering
【Instructions】 practice the dialogues on Page 57 of the Textbook in groups, and try to further them
【Instructions】 ask students to work in groups to complete by filling in the blanks on Page 58 of the Textbook (Exercises 1 and 3), and then the teacher checks the answers in class.
【Instructions】 practice Exercise 2 on Page 58 of the Textbook orally . Teacher offers the situation in Chinese, and ask the students to give the English equivalent , the whole class work together
(The script for the dialogue: )
R: Good evening! Welcome to Village Inn.What can I do for you?
R: May I have your name ,please?
Y: I’m Tom Addison.
R: Yes,Mr.Addison.You have made a reservation for one single room.______________?（我可以看一下您的护照吗？）
【Instructions】 in this part the teacher will mainly check the answers to 1 and 2, give brief explanations when students are in difficulty and ask students to score their own paper ; as for 3, the teacher will collect the paper and correct them after class.
Workbook P 55-5 & 6
Read fluently the passage on Page 62 of your Textbook New Practical English and try to understand it as possible as you can by using a dictionary.
Recite Practical Sentences for Tourism and the Passage in Unit 4
【Instructions】 in this part the homework is made up of two parts: A is to reinforce what they have learned; B and C is to get ready for the next Section
Section II Reading Comprehension
Part I. Leading in
ask several students to recite the practical sentences for tourism in Unit 4 and the others repeat
ask students to answer teacher’s questions according to the Passage for tourism in Unit 4
2. Warming up for the new class
ask students to work in groups of four to make reservation.
teacher makes comments
Part II. Comprehension and Practicing
1. Checking and Explaining
teacher raises some questions and ask students to say true or false according to the passage on page 62 of the Textbook New Practical English to see how much they’ve understood.
teacher raises some questions and ask students to answer in details according to the passage on page 62 of the Textbook New Practical English, at the same time explaining some language points.
Possible difficult words, phrases and sentences
lodge 1.n. small house which people stay in 小旅馆；
v. live in someone else’s house for only a short period of time 寄宿，临时暂住
Teacher’s: They went to a shooting lodge in Scotland for the weekend.
He had arranged for me to lodge with his daughter and son-in-law.
facilityn. equipment, building, services that are provided for a particular activity or purpose 设施,场所；
Teacher’s : She had no cooking facilities in her room.
accommodate v. provide people with a place to live or stay 提供食宿
Teacher’s: They can’t accommodate guests at the moment.
notev. pay attention to and remember 注意并记住
Teacher’s: Please note that this bill must be paid with in ten days.ys.
contact n. the condition of meeting, touching, or receiving information from 联系；
v. get in touch, reach by telephone, etc. 联系
Teacher’s: I feel uneasy when I come into contact with people who have had a good education.
As soon as we find anything, we’ll contact you.
loungen. room in a hotel, club, etc. where people sit and relax 休息室，客厅
Teacher’s: In the lounge of the hotel, drinks are usually more expensive than in other place
emergencyn. an unexpected and difficult or dangerous situation 紧急情况
Teacher’s: These bells are supposed to be used only in emergency.
apologizev. say one is sorry ,as for a fault or for causing pain 道歉
Teacher’s: I apologize to her for stepping on her foot.
inconveniencen. a stage of difficult when things don’t suit one 不便，不便之处
Teacher’s: It causes a lot of inconvenience when buses don’t come.
lackn. shortage, absence 短缺，缺乏；
v. be without, not having enough of 没有，缺乏
Teacher’s: His department was shut down for lack of funds.
Large masses of people lack the necessary of life.
additionala. extra or more than those mentioned or already there 另外的，附加的
Teacher’s: This was additional proof of his ignorance.
jotv. write quickly, esp. without preparation 草草记下，匆匆写下
Teacher’s: I jotted down the name of the book that he was talking about.
1. (Para. 1) We are fortunate to have this beautiful facility to accommodate very special guests of Miami University.
to have this beautiful facility…is used as an adverbial of reason , modifying are fortunate.
Example: Miss Wang is very fortunate to have chance to do her research work in Britain.
2 . (Para. 2) On the lower level of Climer you will find an ice machine , a canned beverage machine, a lounge area and kitchenette where coffee and tea and a light continental breakfast are provided.
Where introduces a relative clause modifying the antecedent kitchenette. In which can be used instead of where.
Example: This is the famous small town where (in which) Einstein once lived and worked.
3 . (Para. 2) Upon departure, please leave in your room.
Upon departure is a prepositional phrase used as adverbial of time, meaning immediately after departure. Upon is the same as on in this case.
Example: Upon departure, please check your luggage again in case something is left behind.
4 . (Para. 2) No need to dial the 52 prefix.
In this sentence there is is omitted. The whole sentence should be: There is on need to dial the 52 prefix.
Example: No work to for the time being.
5 . (Para. 2) At the tone ,you may enter your calling card number .
At the tone is used as an adverbial of time , meaning when or as soon as you hear the tone.
Example: At the news of LINCOLN’s being murdered, the whole nation was in deep sorrow.
6 . (Para. 3) …weekend guests will be provided with extra towels to make your stay more comfortable 为了使您居住更加舒适，我们为周末住宿的客人提供了备用毛巾。
To make your stay more comfortable is an infinitive phrase used as an adverbial of purpose meaning in order to …
Example: They went to the hospital by taxi (in order ) to get there as soon as possible.
7 . (Para. 3) An iron and ironing board is available upon request.
Upon request is used in the similar way as upon departure. This is a useful phrase in business English.
Example: Breakfast can be brought to the room upon request.
8 . (Para. 4) May we have your comments and suggestions?
This is a more polite way to use an interrogative sentence to ask someone’s favor than to use an imperative sentence.
Example: May we have your address and the telephone number?
2. Retelling the story
ask students to read the passage again
ask them to retell the story
Part III. Further Practice
1. Simulating and translating
Do exercise 6 on page 65 of the Textbook
Pay attention to the italicized parts in the English sentences and translate the Chinese sentences by simulating the structure of the English sentences
Do excises 8 on page 68 of the textbook
Write a summary of the passage in about 150 words by focusing on the following points.
1) The services the president promises to provide for its guests
B: Ask students to collect some hotel advertisements and reservation cards.
Section III Writing and Translating
Part I. Leading in
Checking the assignment
Check the answers to comprehension exercises on the workbook orally and comment
Answer students; questions found in Passage 1
Warming up for new class
Ask the students to present their collections hotel advertisements and reservation cards.
Put their collections into the data bank on the blackboard
Part II. Putting in use
Dividing the students into groups of four or five
Presenting new materials
THE UNION CLUB
APPLICATION FOR ROOM RESERVATION
PURDUC MEMORIIAL UNION
WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA 47906-3584
Reservation (800) 320-6291
www. hotel. purdue. Edu
PLEASE RESERVE FOR: (Please print. If children included, please list names and ages.)
NAME(S) Nancy Brown
STREET 100 Cannon Hill Road
CITY, STATE Cincinnati,OHIO
ZIP CODE OH45029
PHONE NUMBER 513-979-2600
Check out hour: 1:00 p.m.
If we are unable to confirm ALL of the rooms as requested do you wish us to confirm those that are available?
√Yes ______ No
Room reservations are cancelled at 6 p.m. unless guaranteed or held by advance deposit.
Room Type Number of Persons and Price
(CIRCLE PREFERENCE) 1 2 3 4
TWO DOUBLE BEDS-DELUXE $94.00 $104.00 $111.00 $120.00
DOUBLE BED & TWIN BED $78.00 $85.00 $93.00 ..----------
QUEEN BED $78.00 $85.00 --------- ----------
LUXURY SUITES--------- $180.00 $290.00 --------
Family rate for children with parents: same room, no extra charge; two rooms, single rate each room. Please limit individual request to maximum of three per weekend. If you fell that your request needs further explanation, please attach a separate note. Please mail completed form to The Union Club, Reservations, Purdue Memorial Union, West Lafayette, IN 47906-3584
Hotel Reservation Card
Guest’s name: David Smith
Check in: 3/5/2002
Room type: single
Room rate: US$169.00 per night
Payment: Credit Card (Number: 537 496 823549)
Travel agent: Susan Brown
Agent’s fax number: 021-40508462
【Instructions】 while showing the cards , students are to read and understand the English , the teacher should point out the difference between English and Chinese in expressing the room reservation.
Giving the rules for a room reservation
The teacher should remind the students what they have to pay attention to when they read or make a room reservation card.
Reading and simulating
Ask the students to 1) read the samples of room reservations on Page 69
2)complete the application form according to the information given in Chinese.
Ask the students to work together to write a short passage of about 100 words to introduce the person according to the information in the sample hotel acceptance form.
Part IV Aptitude Test and Guidance
Ask the students to read their passage
Teacher comments and points out the grammatical errors
Grammatical rules concerning the Subjunctive Mood
Fill in the blanks with the verbs given in the brackets, paying special attention to the subjunctive mood.
a. If I were you , I (accept)_____________the job.
b. If they were here tomorrow, the problem (solve)_____________.
c.Luckily I was wearing a seat belt. If I had’t been wearing one, I (injure)_________________seriously.
d. Were it for their help, we (not overcome) ___________________ the difficulties.
e. If we don’t got everything ready by now ,we (have)___________a terrible time tomorrow.
f. He works with such enthusiasm as if he never(know)________fatigue(疲倦)。
g. He wouldn’t have been saved even if he (send)______________to hospital at once.
h. If only I(take)____________your advice at that time!
i. We wish that people everywhere (show)________more concern for the environment around them.
j. Modern business and industry demand that every manager (know)_____________much about economic management.
k. It is desired that rule (obey)__________________ by everyone working here.
l. It is a great pity that he (be)_____________so stubborn(顽固).
m. It is high time that you (learn)___________English and computer well.
n. I would rather that Mr. Williams(make)___________the speech at the conference instead of the dean that day.
o. He would sooner you (not see) _____________him any more in the future
correct the errors in the following sentences
The sentences are:
a. If you would buy one box at the regular price, you would receive another one at no extra cost.
b. Since her blood pressure is much higher than it should be, her doctor insists that she will not smoke any longer.
c. If you had gone to last night’s game, you must have enjoyed seeing our team win.
d. It is advisable that she may leave for Madrid as soon as possible.
e. --Did you visit Los Angeles your vacation?
-- If I would have a week off
f. It is desired that she was promoted to the position of the manager.
g. I wish that they did’t leave so early that day.
h. I could buy the ten-speed bicycle myself, but my mother promised to give it to me on my birthday.
i. I would rather that Miss Evans taught us English literature last semester.
j. “Don’t you think it is time that you work hard at your lessons?”the mother said to Tom.
translate the following sentences into English, paying attention to the sentence structure
The sentences are:
3. Self-assessment and Guidance
1) and 2) are printed on the paper. After the teacher checks the answers, the students can score their own paper; as for 3) the teacher can collect the paper and correct after class if time is not permitted.
Textbook Page 73-7
Collect some menus of the restaurant.
Write down all the expressions and patterns of making and taking orders at a restaurant