The teacher announces the discussion topic (Best Places to Visit in Poland / Nailepsze miejsca do odwiedzania w Polsce) to the students and gives them the YouTube address.
1. Students watch the material (about 10 minutes) and write down, using Polish and English subtitles, expressions, difficulties.
2. The teacher invites the students to think about the answers given by the interviewees and to choose the answer which, in their opinion, is the most interesting.
3. Next, the teacher initiates a guided conversation, asking students to think about: a) the age of the respondents, b) their occupation (as they can guess from the video). How has the pandemic changed the situation in tourism? What are some of the consequences of restrictions? What are the new opportunities?
4. Students are challenged to think about how ‘Best places to visit’ is understood in the cultures from which they come and to give an answer each. What cultural differences can they see? Which do they find most important?
1. Students are invited to work in groups of 3 or 4, in the roles of interviewer, respondents and to record material (audio, video) of 5 minutes each, about a place they think is worth visiting.
2. Together with the teacher, students search online and analyse a presentation of one of the places mentioned by respondents.
3. They are invited to think about and discuss the topic “What is interesting for Poles can attract foreign tourists as well?”.