Flying with Qantas
STEP 1 : STUDY THESE WORDS
- Strap (n): a narrow piece of leather or other strong material used for fastening something or giving support
- Buckle (n): a piece of metal at one end of a belt or strap, used to attach the two ends together
- Infant (n): a young child
- Inflate (v): to fill with air
- Leg rest (n): a support for a seated person's leg
- Pouch (n): a small bag
- Aircraft (n): any vehicle, with or without an engine, that can fly, such as plane or helicopter
- Detector (n): a device used to find a particular substance or thing
- E-cigarette (n): an electronic device that looks like a cigarette and allows someone to breathe in nicotine using vapour rather than smoke
STEP 2 : LISTENING AND COMPREHENSION
- What type of plane did the guy in the hot air balloon mention?
- When do you fasten your seat belt?
- Where are the life jackets?
- When can you smoke?
STEP 3 : DISCUSS THESE QUESTIONS WITH A LANGUAGE PARTNER AND OR LEAVE A COMMENT
- Did you notice the way they pronounce Qantas?
- Do you know what Q-A-N-T-A-S stands for?
- Do you think that planes are safe?
- What do you think about the safety video?
- Is there anything you would like to change or add to the video?