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Asking for and Giving Locations in a Building
Services in the Neighbourhood
Locating Places in the Neighbourhood
Asking for Locations Around Town
Giving Locations
Asking for and Giving Locations of Services ( Map )
Mystery Locations
Using Need, Want, Have
Vocabulary Associations : Services
Requests for Services
Making Requests for Services
Directions with Symbols
Asking for Directions in a Building
Asking for and Giving Directions in a Building
Asking for and Giving Directions ( Airport Floor Plan )
Giving Directions in the Street
Asking for Directions in the Street
Asking for and Giving Directions in the Street
Role play – Asking for and Giving Directions ( using a map )
Directions Around You
Directions to Mystery Places
I need something. Where can I get it ?

Scenario 1 _________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Scenario 2 _________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Scenario 3 _________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Scenario 4 _________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ L1 – 1 . Write the questions where the person asks for directions.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 THEMATIC ILLUSTRATION A Listen to the four scenarios on audio. What does this person need. and where can this person obtain the service ? Scenario 1 What does the person need ?________________________________________________ Where can the person obtain this ? ___________________________________________ Scenario 2 What does the person need ?________________________________________________ Where can the person obtain this ? ___________________________________________ Scenario 3 What does the person need ?________________________________________________ Where can the person obtain this ? ___________________________________________ Scenario 4 What does the person need ?________________________________________________ Where can the person obtain this ? ___________________________________________ B Listen to the four scenarios again.

Write questions asking for the locations indicated. Q : _________________________________________ A : _________________________________________ Q : _________________________________________ A : _________________________________________ Q : _________________________________________ A : _________________________________________ Q : _________________________________________ A : _________________________________________ ROLE PLAY. fourth. last ) door just through the first ( second. 2. third. Write the answers. L1 – 2 . storage room C Asking for and Giving Locations in a Building Study. fax service 3. etc. fifth. washrooms 2. ) door 1. barber shop 4. Example : library 1. Take turns asking and answering where locations are in your school.MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 1 A WRITING / SPEAKING Giving a location ( more expressions ) on your left on your right just next to just past across from / opposite around the corner from at the end of the hall the first ( middle. Asking for location Where is / are … ? Is there a … around here ? B CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Q : _________________________________________ Where is the library ? A : _________________________________________ It’s just through those doors.

Hardware store n. High school h. Daycare centre c. Shoe store r. Library b. Medical clinic p. Hairdresser / Hair salon m. Fire station q. Computer store 16 L1 – 3 . Clothing store o. Bank f. Hospital g. Parking lot j. Dental clinic e. 1 2 5 6 9 10 13 14 17 18 3 4 8 7 11 15 � 12 a. Car rental agency i. Grocery store d. Bookstore k.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 2 VOCABULARY MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Services in the Neighbourhood Match each picture with the name of the appropriate service. Garage l.

a.behind B . . L1 – 4 f. and the school. It’s ___________________ the post office Yes.. Where’s the hospital ? It’s ________________________Green St.MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 3 A VOCABULARY CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Locating Places in the Neighbourhood Expressions of location. ________________________ the library.around the corner from ______ .on the corner of _____ Street and _______ Fill in the blanks with the appropriate expression of location. . Where’s the bank ? b. Where’s the movie theatre ? It’s _______________ Third Avenue and Main St. ______________ the bus station. Where’s the restaurant ? It’s ___________________________ the bank.between ____ and _____ .on ______ Street . It’s _________________________________ the fire station. Is there a supermarket in the picture ? Yes..across from _____ . It’s ____________________ the library. d. e.next to / beside the _____ . Is there a park in the picture ? c.

_______________________ a restaurant near here ? b. Sure.a. Excuse me. _______________________ the supermarket. Excuse me. it is.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 4 A LISTENING MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Asking for Locations Around Town Look at the ways of asking for locations below.a. It’s on Green Street. It’s around the corner from the fire station. Is there a ________ near / around here ? Excuse me. It’s on the corner of Green Street and First Avenue. It’s just across from the library. The next. please ? b. It’s between the Post Office and the school. b. Is the _________ around / near here ? Where is the __________.a. b. It’s not far. beside the library. Asking for location • • • • • B Excuse me. 6. 3. Is the movie theatre _______________________ ? b.a. Is it on this street or the next one ? Listen to the dialogues and complete the audio script below. The hospital… _______________________ this street or the next one ? b. 1. 2.a. Yes. 5. there’s one right next to the bank. across from the bus station. 4. _______________________ the bank.a. please ? Can you help me ? I’m / We’re looking for the / a _________. The _________. _______________________ help me ? _______________________ the park. That’s easy. L1 – 5 .

L1 – 6 . library ?. . . on Third Ave. ______________________ the police station. and Clark St. b. The Centreplex Movie Theatre is ______________________ Avenue. 4. on Clark St. high school ? . . e. . Weston’s Department Store is ______________________ Second Ave. . 3. c. .MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 5 A CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM READING / SPEAKING Match each place listed below with its location.. The Post Office is ______________________ Street. . . . f.. . . . between First Ave. at the corner of Third Ave. 1. . . Look at the map on the next page and complete the sentences. B Giving Locations It’s … ( ___ ) ( ___ ) ( ___ ) ( ___ ) ( ___ ) ( ___ ) a. . . . on Third Avenue. and Fleet St. . The gas station is ______________________ the police station. ______________________ the parking lot on Clark. The Saturn Hotel is ______________________ Street. . . around the corner from the book store on Clark. . . . . between Parkhill and Kensington. . ______________________ the restaurant and Second City Bank... next to the department store. . . . police station ? . . d. . across from the Post Office. _____________________ from the Getaway Car Rental. 5. . . . book store ? . Use the map on the next page to find the answer. and ______________________ the Provincial Bank. 2. travel agency ? . . Where’s the… bus station ? . on Edgehill. . on Kensington St.

CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 L1 – 7 .

A STUDENT L1 – 8 First block florist park gift shop Second block church drugstore tailor Third block auto parts place car rental agency movie theatre Fourth block grocery store bicycle repair shop library . 2. Write each service name in its correct place on your map. Complete one city block at a time. Take turns asking for the location of the services listed below.MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 6 SPEAKING CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Asking for and Giving Locations of Services (Map) PAIR WORK 1.

Take turns asking for the location of the services listed below. Complete one city block at a time. 2. Write each service name in its correct place on your map.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 6 SPEAKING MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Asking for and Giving Locations of Services (Map) PAIR WORK 1. B STUDENT First block pet shop furniture store hotel Second block parking lot medical clinic hair stylist Third block electrician appliance repair shop film developing place Fourth block locksmith sports store travel agency L1 – 9 .

2. For the speaking part of this activity. across from the park. follow the example below and work with a partner. It's on Third Avenue.g. 1. _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ L1 – 10 . 3. Choose three "mystery" locations on the map. Example : Student A : It’s on Third Avenue. e. Write their exact locations below. Switch roles. it is.MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 7 WRITING / SPEAKING CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Mystery Locations PAIR WORK. / No. it isn’t. Student B : Is it the high school ? Student A : Yes. across from the park.

Want. – to the medical clinic 2. _______________________________________________ 2. – to the barber / hair salon PAIR WORK. You have a bad toothache. 2. 1. You need a haircut. Work with your partner and write the appropriate service where you can obtain what you need. You need a van to move some furniture. _____________________________________________ 6. _____________________________________________ 5. ____________________________________________ L1 – 11 . You need a hammer and an electric drill. ________________________________________ 10. Have Study. _________________________________________________________ 9. You want to borrow a book. You want to buy a new book. You need some milk and some bread.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 8 A B READING / SPEAKING MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Using Need. ____________________________________________ 8. Where do I go ? Student B : You go to a clothing store. You have a problem with your car battery. follow the example and practise variations of the ten items orally with your partner. You want a new hairstyle. – to the library 3. You want to buy a pair of winter boots. 1. You need a loan to renovate your house. ______________________________________________________ 3. You have a migraine headache. Then. You need childcare for your three-year-old son. ______________________________________________ 7. You have needs because : Where do you go to obtain the service? 1. You want to repair an old table. Example : Student A : I need a new pair of pants and a jacket. Imagine you have the 10 needs or problems listed below. ________________________________________________________ 4.

. . . . . . . . . _______________________ 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _______________________ 18. . . . . . . . . . . _______________________ 6. . . . . . _______________________ 20. . . . . . . . . . . Hospital. . . . Travel agency . _______________________ 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sports store. . _______________________ 5. . . . . . . . Dental clinic . . Hairdresser / Hair salon . . . . _______________________ 3. . . . . . . . . . . Movie theatre . Day care centre. . . . . . . Barber shop . . . . . . . _______________________ 8. . Bakery . . . _______________________ 2. . . . . . Garage. . . . . . _______________________ 15. . .MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 9 A CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM ALL SKILLS Vocabulary Associations : Services 1. . . . Laundromat . . . . Super market. . . Drugstore . . . . _______________________ L1 – 12 Bread Teeth Money order & cheques Haircut ( women ) . . . Look at the words in the box. . . . . . . . . . . . Associated words Stamps Medication Magazine Meals Haircut ( men ) Books pants Children Dogs & Cats n Vacation pla Surgery / Sickness Popcorn Brakes & mufflers Beer Dirty clothes Groceries Books Running shoes Services Associated Words 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Post office. Clothing store. . . . . . . _______________________ 17. . . . _______________________ 13. _______________________ 12. Look up words you don’t know in the dictionary. . . . . . . . 2. . What words do you associate with each of the services listed below ? Write them beside the appropriate services. _______________________ 10. . . . . . _______________________ 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Restaurant. Library. . . . . . . _______________________ 16. . . Pub . _______________________ 9. . . . . _______________________ 19. _______________________ 7. Veterinary clinic . .

5. What do you do at a …? Samples What do you do at a supermarket ? You / I buy groceries at a supermarket. buy mail drink 1.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM B MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Use the sentence samples and the vocabulary below . 2. … a laundromat ? _______________________________________________________________ 9. … a video store ? _______________________________________________________________ 10. … the Post Office ? ____________________________________________________________ 11. … a restaurant ? ________________________________________________________________ 8. compare your answers with a partner. L1 – 13 . C PAIR WORK. Example : Student A : What do you do at the laundromat ? Student B : I wash clothes at the laundromat. 3. … a bakery ? __________________________________________________________________ 7. Practise the Part B activity orally. read get order eat cash borrow fill up talk rent have wash and dry work out try on … a bookstore ? ________________________________________________________________ … a coffee shop ? ______________________________________________________________ … a clothing store ? _____________________________________________________________ … a bank ? ____________________________________________________________________ … a gym ? ____________________________________________________________________ 6. 4. … a gas station ? _______________________________________________________________ Now. … the hardware store ? __________________________________________________________ 12. What do you do at a drugstore ? You / I get medicines and vitamins at a drugstore. Write an answer to the question.

. . . . please ? b. . we can make requests for things in different ways : – I’d like a coffee. . . . . . . Could I have a reservation on the next Travel Tour to France. . . ) – May I have a coffee. . ____ 5. please ? d. please ? e. Escape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . please ? i. . . ____ 6. Grocery store . . please ? h. . . . . . . . please. Barber shop. Library. please. . . . please ? – Could I have a coffee. . ____ 2. . . . Bank . .MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 10 GRAMMAR FOCUS Requests for Services Study. Hardware store . . . please. . Can you repair my car. Canex. ____ 3. ( a contraction of I would like ) – Can I have a coffee. . . ____ L1 – 14 Request a. . . . The New Earth. . . ____ 8. . . . . Bar . . . . Grammar A CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Requests for Services : In English. please. I’d like the new action DVD. . Can I have a short military haircut. . . please ? ( Could is more formal than can. . please. B Match the request with the appropriate service or place. ____ 9. I’d like a new electric drill. Travel agency. May I have a book of blank cheques. Service 1. please ? g. please ? j. Garage . . please ? ( polite request ) – I need six coffees to go. . I’d like a beer. . . . Can I have a case of 24 beers. . . . . . . . ____ 7. ____ 10. c. . ____ 4. . Video / DVD store . . . . . Could I buy this TV. f. . Could I borrow the book. .

please.... .. Work with a partner. ....... ? . .... ? ....... ? .. . 2.. ? .. .. ... ? .. OR I’d like some stamps. Oral drill sample : Student A You are at the Post Office..... Student A provides the service locations one by one.. Student B requests an appropriate service..... ? . .... .... ? ... ..CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 11 SPEAKING MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Making Requests for Services PAIR WORK.. ? ...... Switch roles. ... ? ... 1... .... ? .... please ? Could I have a 50 cent stamp.. L1 – 15 .... . ? ..... Can I have / buy some stamps... ? .. please ? May I have ten stamps........ please. please...... Student B ... . Go over the oral drill sample below. ? . .... 3. ? ............... ? .... please ? I need a book of stamps... What do you ask for ? Student A …Canex… …movie theatre… …bank… …library… …restaurant… …pub… …hairdresser / barber… …drugstore… …post office… …video / DVD rental store… …clothing store… …hardware… …garage… …sports store… …travel agency… …computer store… Student B Requests : Two fifty-cent stamps... . ? ...

write down different ways of expressing the directions. _______________________________________ Walk straight ahead. Beside each symbol.MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 12 WRITING CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Directions with Symbols 1. 2. Example : _______________________________________ Go straight ahead. _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ L1 – 16 . Study the direction symbols below.

Give directions .Go straight ahead. .What is the way to … ? .How do I go / get to … ? .It’s just through / past / after the door.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 13 LISTENING A MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Asking for Directions in a Building Listen to the audio and write down what kind of service the customer needs in each situations.Take the stairs down to the basement . .Turn right at the end of the hall. .Where is the … ? .What are the directions to … ? .Please tell me the directions to … .Are the washrooms near here ? L1 – 17 . Ask for directions . .I’m looking for the … .Take the elevator up to the top floor.Go along the corridor / hall.How can I get to… ? also : .Go up to the fifth floor. . .Go through the door. Situation 1 : ____________________________________________________________________ Situation 2 : ____________________________________________________________________ Situation 3 : ____________________________________________________________________ B Listen to the audio again and write down all sentences (questions or statements) that ask for directions. Situation 1 : ___________________________________________________________________ Situation 2 : ___________________________________________________________________ Situation 3 : ___________________________________________________________________ 14 A WRITING Asking for and Giving Directions in a Building Study the language in the box below.

1. of the corridor. Practise asking for and giving directions orally. Quarters for Op SLAM 4. Example : Washrooms me. Then write down an appropriate conversation. Instant Teller Q : _________________________________ _________________________________ A : _________________________________ _________________________________ Q : _________________________________ _________________________________ A : _________________________________ _________________________________ 2. Sports Centre 3. Are the washrooms Q : Excuse ____________________________________ near here ? ____________________________________ A : Yes. Orderly Room Q : _________________________________ _________________________________ A : _________________________________ _________________________________ Q : _________________________________ _________________________________ A : _________________________________ _________________________________ L1 – 18 .MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 B CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM PAIR WORK. ____________________________________ Just turn left at the end ____________________________________ .

L1 – 19 . MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Asking for and Giving Directions (Airport Floor Plan) Use the Airport Floor Plan and create dialogues such as the following: Student A : I’m in the Souvenir Shop. just after the… It’s behind the … etc.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 15 SPEAKING PAIR WORK. How do I go to Gates H-M ? Or How do I get to Gates H-M from the Souvenir Shop ? Student B : Go out of the Souvenir Shop. Turn left. Go down the corridor. It’s on your left.

• It’s on your left / right. turn right / left. What are the appropriate directions in the situations below ? ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ L1 – 20 . • At the intersection / traffic lights. • Go up / down… to… • You go along … to… • Walk/drive (that way) until you see Benson Ave. • Go up / down… for… blocks. you turn right / left. • Turn right / left at / on… • Don’t turn there. • At the corner of… and… . • Continue in the same direction until ( you get to ) the stop sign. Expressions for Giving Directions • Go straight ahead. • It’s the second building on the / your right / left.MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 16 A B CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM VOCABULARY / SPEAKING Giving Directions in the Street Study the expressions below.

madam. Yes. 5. Don’t turn there. Drive to the end of the street and the HQ is there. in front of you. Sure. ____________________________________ from here ? b. Go straight down this corridor. It is in the building after the Recreation Centre. We’re looking for Building D-100. It’s on your right. ____________________________________ the delivery depot. What are the directions to ……. Go down the corridor .CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 17 LISTENING / WRITING A Asking for Directions in the Street Study Asking for Directions • Where is the … from here ? • Excuse me sir. sir. I am looking for … How do / can I get there ? • Do you know the directions to … ? • Pardon me. Yes. Captain. a. Go to the stop sign. ? • What is the way to … ? B MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 • How do I go / get to … ? • Please tell / give me the way to … • Can / could you help me ? I want to go to … • Can you give me directions to … ? • Could you tell me the way to … ? * Can / could you tell me how to get to … ? * Advanced Listen to the dialogues and write in the expressions that you hear. Corporal. Continue on this road and turn right. Go in the main door. Turn right there. Go straight ahead and turn left at the intersection. Refer to the expressions above as necessary. Yes. a. Then.to the end. b. Turn left. please. Excuse me. 4. Sergeant. Stay on Dieppe Street. a. Go to the second stop sign in that direction. ____________________________________ to the Canex ? b. Turn right at the next corner. 8. ____________________________________ to the Base Sports Centre. Captain. You can’t miss it. Yes. go out the front door. please ? b. Take the stairs to the second floor. Private ? ____________________________________ HQ from here ? b. Go down First for one block. 1. You are going in the wrong direction. Turn left on First Avenue. 2. 3.. Continue straight ahead. ____________________________________ room number E-202? b. Excuse me. The sports centre is in the big building across the street. a. a. Can you help me. ____________________________________ the Base Cinema ? Is it near here ? b. Excuse me. it is. It’s on the other side of this building. a. Go down Dieppe Street for three blocks. On the corner of First and Remy you have the Officers' Mess. __________________________________ the Officers' Mess. a. L1 – 21 . It’s on your left. It’s at the next intersection on your left. 7. 6. please ? b. a.

MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 18 LISTENING A CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Asking for and Giving Directions in the Street HOW DO I GET TO THE LIBRARY ? Four people at the bus station ask for directions to one of the places listed below. Write the letter corresponding to each place / destination on the appropriate line. The Saturn Hotel _______ 2. Mirage Travels L1 – 22 _______ . 1. The Bethune Hospital _______ 4. Computers Unlimited _______ 3. Listen to the conversations and follow the directions on the map.

a. Go down Second. (11)_____________ Edgehill to Third Avenue. (22)_____________ Kensington. Mirage Travels is (30)_____________ the block. (26)_____________ the street. b. turn left and (13)_____________ north (14)_____________ three blocks. Go (23)_____________ . on the corner of Second and Parkhill. Go (28)_____________ Third and (29)_____________ Clark Street. 3. b. Excuse me. (12)_____________ Third. (24)_____________ you (25)_____________ me directions to Mirage Travels ? b. No problem. a.. That’s Third Avenue. that’s close to the bus station. (8)_____________ the corner. Computers Unlimited ? b. (16)_____________ is the Bethune Hospital (17)_____________ here ? Well. (9)_____________ is the (10)_____________ to the computer store. a. Oh. (1)_____________ help me ? I (2)_____________ to go to the Saturn Hotel. b. Just (3)_____________ east on Edgehill to the corner. At the traffic light.. Excuse me. turn left onto Kensington. (4)_____________ left at the intersection and (5)_____________ one block to Clark Street. Sure. go (20)_____________ the corner of the block and turn left onto Fleet Street. on the corner. Go down Edgehill to the corner. L1 – 23 . a. Turn left there. (18)_____________ do I (19)_____________ there ? Well. (31)_____________ the Base Street intersection. The computer store is (15)_____________ . (21)_____________ the first light. uh . 1. it’s on Second Avenue. Continue down Edgehill to the (27)_____________ street. 2. The hospital is on the left.CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM B MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Listen again to the conversations and fill in the missing words and expressions. That’s Fleet Street. 4. The main entrance of the hotel is there (7)_____________ . turn right onto Second Avenue. a. Then turn left onto Clark. near the park. Turn right (6)_____________ Clark.

I am looking for… How do / can I get there ? • Do you know the directions to… ? • Pardon me. • Walk / drive ( that way ) until you see Benson Ave. Asking for Directions • Where is the… from here ? • Excuse me sir. • At the intersection / traffic lights. turn right / left. • Go up / down… to… . Example 2 : Student 1 : I am at the Home Drugstore. PAIR WORK. Role play with a partner and follow the two examples below. Then Student 1 asks how to get to a certain place. In each example : Student 1 begins by stating where the directions will start from. How do I get to the Tom Thompson Café ? Student 2 : First you go down … etc. • It’s the second building on the / your right / left. Is there one near this place ? Student 2 : There is one on the corner of Edgehill and Third. • At the corner of… and…. Student 1 : What are the directions ( to this gas station ).MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 19 SPEAKING A CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Role play – Asking for and Giving Directions (using a map) Review different ways of asking for and giving directions. please ? Student 2 : You go down Second Avenue to Clark Street. I’m looking for a gas station. • Don’t turn there. you turn right / left. Use a map such as in Activity 5 to practise asking for and giving directions. • You go along… to… . Then… L1 – 24 . What are the directions to… ? • What is the way to… ? • How do I go / get to… ? • Please tell / give me the way to … • Can / could you help me ? I want to go to… • Can you give me directions to… ? • Could you tell me the way to… ? * • Can / could you tell me how to get to… ? * Advanced B Expressions for Giving Directions • Go up / down… for… blocks. Student 2 responds by giving the directions orally. • Continue in the same direction until ( you get to ) the stop sign. • Turn right / left at / on… . • It’s on your left / right. • Go straight ahead to… . Example 1 : Student 1 : I am at the Second City Bank.

. . . 1. it's on the corner of Main and Morton. . and two places in town. Make a list of two places in the (school) building. . Use a variety of expressions you have learned in previous activities. . It's in the middle of the block on the right. ___________________________________________________________ 2. ___________________________________________________________ 4. (Note that you are new on the base. Your classmates will give you the directions orally. am I right? c) You go down Dunn Street and turn left on Blair. . . . . . L1 – 25 . Example list : PLACE 1. Examples: a) So. Circulate among your classmates. the cafeteria . . 4. base arena. Thank partner for the directions. . . . . . demonstrate that you understand where the place is. . To confirm that you understand the directions. . .) Ask for directions to the places on your partner's list. ___________________________________________________________ 5. Am I correct? 5. two places on the base. Exchange lists with a partner. ___________________________________________________________ 6. . . Java Dance Bar . . . right? b) It's beside the Mega Cinema. . . Repeat as much as you are able. . . . B Choose any three places ( in town or on the base ) and write directions FROM each place TO the school / classroom. . . . Room 201 . ___________________________________________________________ 2. extreme sports store . . . ___________________________________________________________ 3. . . . 3. . Building HD4 .CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 20 SPEAKING / WRITING A MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 Directions Around You How many of the places below are in town or on the base near your school ? bookstore music store discotheque / bar movie theatre drugstore grocery store or supermarket gymnasium arena club shopping mall restaurant sports store music store hospital sports centre mess maintenance section bank park video arcade coffee shop clothing store Canex swimming pool post office etc. .

B Write down the directions to a mystery place in another building on the base. L1 – 26 . Your partner writes the location in the provided space. C Write down the directions to a mystery place off the base.MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 21 A WRITING CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM Directions to Mystery Places Choose a mystery palce in your building. Let your partner read them and attempt to write down the location. Directions: ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Mystery location : ___________________________________________ You need more space to write directions? Use a piece of scrap paper. Let your partner read them and attempt to write down the location. Write down clear directions to this location on the lines below. Then give these directions to a partner. Directions: ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Mystery location : ___________________________________________ You need more space to write directions? Use a piece of scrap paper. Directions: ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Mystery location : ___________________________________________ You need more space to write directions? Use a piece of scrap paper.

then move on to another partner and another scenario. ? . Student A : Close the conversation. Student B : Give the directions.Where is the ….I want some tickets for the Oscar Peterson show. B ROLE PLAY.I need a new car battery. . Dialogue Guide Student A : Open the conversation. Student A : Ask for the directions. . Ask for the location of a place of service ( in your area ). .CFEC – CANADIAN FORCES ENGLISH CURRICULUM 22 LISTENING / SPEAKING MODULE 2 – LESSON 1 I need something. Exchange roles ( A / B ) with your partner. Role-play with a partner.etc. Follow the dialogue guide below. Where can I get it ? A Listen to the four dialogues you heard at the beginning of the lesson in the Thematic Illustration. .I have a headache. ? .. State a need / want / problem. Thank.Is there a ….etc. . / Make contact. L1 – 27 . Student B : Give the location.

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