Listen to a conversation between two students.
M: What’s up, Karen?
W: Oh, hey, Bill. I’m just trying to figure out what to do.
M: About what?
W: Well, I volunteer at the local elementary school because, you know, I’m an education major and I help children with homework there after school. We also plan some fun activities with them on weekends.
W: Yeah, it’s a great program and the kids really love it. So I was planning to take them on a picnic outside tomorrow. I was going to bring along fruit, sandwiches and have their parents drop them off at the park so we can all eat together.
M: Sounds like fun as long as the weather’s good.
W: Well, that’s the thing. Turns out it’s supposed to rain all day tomorrow.
M: Ah oh, what are you gonna do?
W: That’s what I’m trying to figure out. I could reschedule the picnic, call everyone tonight and see if they could come to the park next weekend. The weather would probably be better then but I doubt they’d all be able to make it.
M: Yeah, I see what you mean. Some of them might miss out.
W: Or, you know, I could have their parents drop them off at a local restaurant and have everyone meet there instead of doing a picnic.
M: Right, in that way, you could still do it tomorrow so you wouldn’t have to cancel.
W: But the thing is that it may not be as much fun to eat inside because you know it wouldn’t really be a picnic then.
Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then state which of the two solutions from the conversation you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.