To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of giving direction and transportation.
To provide practice of using where for asking about locations in the context of how to get to places.
Procedure (37-49 minutes)
In this stage, i'm going to start with a story about myself about being lost in a new city and asking for direction. Then i ask student if they are good at giving directions and talk about their experiences and being in a city for the first time and asking for locations.
For this part, i'm going to make students familiar with some vocabulary related to places and giving directions by showing and reading them in the handout and giving pair works for practice.
In this stage, students are going to learn about using where for asking about the location of a place and using it to replace the names of places for answering.
For controlled practice, i prepared a game for practicing vocabulary and also some exercises that are provided in the handout.
For this part, i prepared a video that is for practicing understanding giving directions and also some exercises that are provided in the handouts.
For free practice, i prepared two activities. for the first one i will put photos of some places on the whiteboard the i will blindfold a student and ask another student to give directions to him or her for a place and the other one should listen and draw it on the board. For the second one, i will make pairs and give every pair a printed maze, then ask one of them to close their eyes and the other one to give directions to exit the maze. The pair that finishes first is the winner.