Subject: Asking for directions
1. Topic-
How to ask for directions in public places and prepositional phrases used in giving directions
2. Content-
Asking for directions and understanding directional responses

Learn Prepositions such as
-in front of
-next to
-Under neath

and learning different words for street

3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.How to ask for directions.
2. The importance of understanding responses and what to ask.
3. Learn how to interact with strangers.
4. Objectives-
!. Learn how to ask directions
2. Become comfortable asking strangers for directions
3. Learn Prepositions
5. Materials and Aids-
Students will read various scenarios and act out how to ask and understand directions.

-Video aids of people in film/television asking for directions will be played as a learning aide.

-Reading real life scenarios that would prompt people to ask for directions
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Direction is defined as the course along which a person or thing is moving or must move to reach a destination.

We will focus on how to ask for directions towards a desired location.

Directions are sometimes informal, so keep in mind you might need to use more than just your directional English vocabulary to understand responses.


B. Development-

1.Doku Desu Ka?
2.The importance of asking directions and understanding potential responses
3.Proper phrasing
4. Start your question in a polite way by saying "please" or "excuse me"

C. Practice-

There are various ways to ask for directions using the following phrases

-Where is (insert noun/Place)
-Can you please tell me where to find (insert noun/place)
-How do I get to (noun/place)
-Can you tell me how to get to (noun/place)

- Do you know where is the (inert/noun)

-Play game I will have a map and you will ask how to get a location on the map


D. Independent Practice-

1. Read scenarios aloud
2. Engage in role play
3. Receive feedback on role play

Checking for understanding-

1. Repeat what are the three common ways to ask for directions.

2. Define the word direction.

3. What are key words to remember.

4. Understand the various responses.


It is important to know where you are located and to understand the concept of location

Don't be afraid to ask
7. Evaluation-
As students engage and ask questions, I want to ensure they understand what they are asking and how to understand a response.

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