How do I get there?
Asking and Giving Directions
Grouping: Groups of 4 students
(The students form the groups)
Handing: before the Presentation Session
using a flash-drive in class or by
Map and Instructions in Powerpoint:
Groups A & B – First session
Group C&D – Second session
1. Think of a name of a city.
2. Design a map of your city.
3. Invent the name of the streets.
4. Look for images of the Vocabulary of the Unit.
5. Distribute the places in the city on the map.
6. Thing of the name of your hotel and the directions to get to.
Places in Cities
movie theatre / cinema
chemist’s / drugstore
newsstand / newsagent
Imagine you have a hotel
Divide yourselves: 2 students have a hotel. You need
to explain how to get to that hotel.
The description needs to be included in your Power
Point Presentation (writing)
Imagine you are a tourist
2 students are tourists.
Call the hotel and have a conversation to ask for
directions. You are lost and want to get to that
Use the expressions we have learned in this unit to
give the directions.
Use the model on page 64. Vocabulary B
It must contain the following information:
The names of the Places in cities (page 64)
At least 2 affirmative sentences and 2 negative
sentences using the imperative (page 65).
At least one example of each Preposition of Place
Add a mean of Public Transportation (page 68)
Have to/ don’t have to
Walk two blocks until Walford Street.
Get a bus on Madison Street and after two blocks
get off the bus on Primary Avenue.
Take a bus at Liverpool Station and get off the bus
at the second stop in front of the museum.
You have arrived to your destination!