1. Topic

Vocabulary and terms about traveling and giving directions while
we are traveling the World's famous cities. 


2. Content

Turn, left, right, go across, go along, street, avenue, city, center,
mall, near, next to the, on the street, behind, in front of, path. 


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

1.Learning vital terms about cities
2.Not to have any troubles while traveling
3.Finding famous places easier with the required terms. 


4. Objectives

1.Learning the basic terms about finding a place.
2.Learning the keywords while you get lost in a foreign city.
3.Learning the vocabulary about receiving direction. 


5. Materials and Aids


6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1.Explaining the importance of these terms.
2.How to learn them easily.
3.Why we are learning these terms. 


B. Development
1.Explainig the process of the teaching and the plan.
2.Explaining and teaching the meanings and how they are used.
3.What happens when you get lost without these terms and when you
know them. 


C. Practice
1.Asking students to give directions using the all the terms they
learned.
2.Find the terms you learned from the video that shown in the class.
3.Using them in a different content. 


D. Independent Practice
1.Write a paragraph which gives the directions of Sultanahmet from
Beyazıt.
2.Then record a video while you were giving the directions.
3.Finally hand the assignment with the pictures of the places. 


E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)
1.Giving directions by writing.
2.Giving directions by explaining.
3.Giving directions by drawing and explaining. 


F. Checking for understanding
1.Asking them questions about directions.
2.If they are wrong, explaining the correct ones.
3.If they need, repeating the terms and their meanings. 


G. Closure
1.Repeating the terms and asking them.
2.Practicing them with dialogues in the class. 


7. Evaluation

1.Giving a sheet of paper and want them to giving the directions
of a place that they know well.
2.While evaluating, considering the terms' usage. 


8. Teacher Reflection

Evaluating and reviewing the lesson, and deciding whether the objectives
are fulfilled or not. 

