A pair work activity for students to practice giving directions using a mapSugerencia de uso
1. Download the file and make copies for students. Divide the class into pairs (A and B).
2. Ask the students what question they would use to ask for directions. Elicit the question: Can you tell me the way to...?
3. Give each student a corresponding A or B worksheet.
4. Tell the students that they must keep their worksheet secret until they have finished the activity. Explain that both students have the same map, but each student has different places missing.
5. The students' task is to ask their partner for directions to eight places and write the locations on the map. Check the students know where they are on the map (at the top of North Road). This is where they start giving directions from each time.
6. Student A goes first and asks Student B for directions to one of the places written on the worksheet.
7. Student A listens to their partner's directions and marks the location by writing the name of the place on the map. When Student A has found all eight places, the students swap roles.
8. Afterwards, the students compare their maps and check to see if they have marked the places correctly
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