Monday, November 3, 2014

How to enjoy your trip while stuck in the Airport - English Lesson

Have you ever been stuck in the Airport?  Some people are able to take the delay in stride, while others get very upset.  In fact, if you are stuck for more than eight hours going to or from Israel, or your flight was cancelled, you may be able to get compensation!  Go to this link and check it out!  For the rest of us, who are stuck only for a short period of time, read more here:

Key Terms
 scan down 
 serious torture and agony
make the best of it
down time
required documents
 window shopping
deadly project
front to back
packing strategically
cozy jumper

When was the last time you were stuck in an airport? 
What happened with the plane? 
How long were you waiting in the airport?
How did you pass the time? 
Which of the strategies given in the text, have you followed in the past? 
Which one would you want to take advantage of in the future? 
Which one is the least convenient for you? 
Which one is the most exciting for you? 
How often do you travel? 
Which do you do more, traveling for business or pleasure?
In your opinion, are planes delayed or cancelled more now or in the past? 
Do the airlines really pay compensation? 
If your flight were delayed more than eight hours would you try to get compensation from the airline? 

Lesson Plan by Rachael Alice Orbach - Professional English Teacher 

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