I’m definitely going to use this in my next lesson on giving directions. Check it out; ).
Last week one of my Pre-Intermediate adult students asked if I could teach some expressions for asking for directions. Another chimed in, “Yeah, and then can we go outside and practice?” I’d been thinking about doing something like that for a while, and but that student’s idea gave me the push I needed to finally create these worksheets to help take language outside:
Asking for Directions – A real world worksheet <– (Click there to view and print it for yourself).
Here’s how I’m planning to teach this lesson:
- Ask students: If you got lost, what question would you ask to get directions? List their ideas on the board.
- Distribute handout and read through the questions and responses in the chart at the top of the page. Check that students understand and know how to use them.
- Write a simple sample directions dialogue with the whole class.
- Ask students to imagine that they are lost in your…
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