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ISIC card – Reading and speaking

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1 Look at the ISIC card and say what information you get there:

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2 Now read the following article and decide whether the following statements are true or false:

1 When you travel with your ISIC card, you don´t have to have your ID or passport with you.

2 Everybody can save money with the card.

3 The ISIC card is good not only for travelling abroad.

4 Only young people can get the ISIC card.

5 IYTC card is for people who have finished their studies and are younger than 26.

6 They have changed the ISIC card to make it more attractive.

The ISIC Student ID Card

ISIC, the student lifestyle card
The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is your passport to fantastic discounts and services at home and around the world.

The ISIC card is the only internationally-recognised student ID and ISIC card holders are members of a truly global club. Every year more than 4.5 million students from 120 countries use their student card to take advantage of offers on travel, shopping, museums and more, worldwide.

What can the ISIC student card do for me?
You'll use your ISIC card to save money as you travel the world on a well deserved break from college. And it's just as useful back home. There are tens of thousands of student discounts on offer, so check what's available at your local restaurants, cinemas and shops. The ISIC card is a real student lifestyle card. Keep it in your pocket wherever you go – it'll come in handy time and time again. 

Who can get an ISIC card?
Any full-time student aged 12 years and over, at high school, college or university is eligible for an ISIC card. As long as you're a student, it doesn't matter whether you're 12 or 112.

I'm not a student any more – is there a card for me?
Anyone under 26 can get an International Youth Travel Card (IYTC), which gives you access to similar offers to the ISIC card.
If you've left your student years behind you and now work full-time as a teacher or professor, the International Teacher Identity Card (ITIC) also gives you great discounts and services.
You can get your IYTC and ITIC cards at the same places that issue the ISIC card.

Where can I get my ISIC card?
There are offices all around the world which will issue your ISIC student card straight away. All you have to do is bring proof that you're a student, and don't forget a passport-sized photo.

Why does the new ISIC student card look different?
We've redesigned the International Student Identity Card to make it even more fresh and distinctive, reflecting the fact that it is a student lifestyle card as well as student ID.

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3 Discussion:

  • Do you have your ISIC card?
  • Is it good to have one? Why?
  • Look at the advertisement for the ISIC card above. Do you like it? Why?
  • Is it good that students can buy cheaper tickets and goods with the help of the ISIC card? Why?
  • Which other groups of people can buy tickets at reduced prices?
  • What documents do people use while travelling?
  • In what situations do we have to prove our identity?

 

( http://www.isic.org/student-card/the-isic-student-card.aspx)

 

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