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Lesson Plan  - Giving and Following Directions + Imperative Tense
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Students are introduced to the topics above with a Warm-Up session to discuss about places in Philadelphia, how to get to those places, etc.

Then, using a real Philadelphia map, the students will learn how to give and follow directions, and also learn some useful expressions related to directions.

The next part of the class is about the explanations of a grammar topic which is used to give and follow directions: the Imperative Tense.

The closing activity will talk about the cardinal directions, which are another way to talk about directions.

As an assessment, the students will write and perform, in pairs, a dialogue about directions using the Imperative Tense.

The total time to complete this lesson is 150 minutes (2 hours and a half).

Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Ana Clara de Lena Costa Andrade
LUCIANE MONTEIRO
Date Added:
08/19/2019