Unit 6 – Directions Kids English Lesson
Unit 6: Directions
- Children will learn how to ask for and give directions.
- English learners will learn how to ask for directions using the question formats 'Where is' and 'How do I get…?'.
- They will also learn to use the imperative mood to give directions - go straight, turn right, Walk down Maple Street.
- Students will also learn to use prepositions of place to respond to questions related to places and location with this kids English lesson.
Main Lesson Materials & Study Steps
Freddie and Lisa leave for the city with the expressed purpose of watching a game at the stadium. While in the city, they have difficulties finding the stadium. They stop and ask two strangers for directions who help them find their way to the stadium.
|straight, right, left, intersection, street, turn, places around, bank, park, restaurant, bus stop, opposite|
Prepositions of Place for Directions
Question Word Questions for Places and Location
Imperative Sentences for Giving Instructions – The imperative mood usually begins with the base form of the verb.