By the end of the lesson students will be able to use the functional language learned to give/receive directions to/from each other.
Listening and speaking
Procedure (41-50 minutes)
What do we say when we want to give directions? -Turn right/left (at the 1st/2nd/3rd corner). -Go straight. -You’ll see it on the right/left. -It’s across from (the school, the park, the post office) -It’s next to (the police station, the playground, the library)
Before I Play (2.23) Think: "Where does she want to go?" "How far is it?" Pass out HO and ask students to look at question 2. Where is Anne Frank's house?
A) Give students sequencing task - put directions in order using the map Demo on WB Have students give the answers. "if you, you'see see, turn right, go along, when you..." B) Listening to check. Play (2.23) again Go over some expressions on the WB Go down/Go along = same thing Use future tense to talk about going places = You'll see, you'll come to, you'll go past... Give examples for these expressions using the map. Ask students to fold the paper - only show the map. In pairs give the same directions to your partner. Switch. Write on board - "Turn left, right" "Go down/along" "Go past" "You'll see" "You'll come to" "When you get to"
Play recording (2.24) 'out' ends with a consonant - so it links to the vowel after it Drill sentences, practice saying, linking. Have students complete part 4b. Play 2.25 to check answers.
Have students pick two places on the map and mark them. They will think about how to give directions to them. In pairs they practice giving directions to each other.
Pass out WS #2 and have them work in pairs.