Description: How can I go to the train station?
Students race to find all the places on the map. This is a first year friendly take on World Rally.
Blindfolded kids are guided by their teammates through a map to find a place. This game uses the directions: right, left, up, down, back and stop.
Students A and B each have half of a school map. They play Janken in a race to finish their map.
Blindfolded students are guided through an obstacle course while listening to their partner's directions to avoid 'dangerous' desks.
A powerpoint for practicing directions
Students work in pair teams; one blindfolded while the other issues commands to move around the room and avoid getting caught by the Oni (Devil) team.
Spice up that boring direction class with a little unadulterated racing goodness.
Students work in pairs and ask/answer questions to various destinations.
A blindfolded student is guided by his peers to his chosen destination.
A map of a town with a worksheet.
Quizzes, maps and worksheets to be used for giving train directions.
This is a simple listening exercise for students to learn how to ask for directions and draw on the map while famous places in San Francisco are being introduced to them.
Students practice giving and receiving directions while playing Othello.
Pair activity to practice comparatives.
Three activities I use with this lesson, a 'janken' card collecting game, a distance quiz and then making and memorizing dialogues.
A pair activity that allows students to practice giving directions in a real world situation.
A pair activity that allows students to practice speaking to their partners in a real world situation.
Giving direction at a train station. To be used with New Horizon 3, pg 68 (or a similar dialogue)