Going for a Bite: Giving Directions to a Restaurant-- ESL Lesson by Lanternfish
English Language Arts, English as a Second Language
Intermediate, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade
The purpose of these materials is to get the students to practice giving directions to a restaurant based on street names and other buildings in the vicinity: It's on Pine Street next to the post office.
In short, students will call up their classmates and ask if they want to go for a bite. The student who receives the phone call will suggest a restaurant and give directions on how to get there. This activity also reviews the superlative (best, tastiest, hottest) and nationality adjectives (Korean, Italian, Japanese).
Access the lesson plan and worksheets at: http://bogglesworldesl.com/directions.htm
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