Giving directions - places in town An easy to follow handout for students to practice Asking For Directions, Giving Directions, and Places vocabulary.EXERCISES INCLUDED: a) Asking about facilities: Is there a post-office near here? Are there any banks in the town?....b) Asking for directions: Where´s the ….?
English Reading Practice - Educational Stories, Articles and Exercises English reading practice is very important if you want to improve your English reading skills. This section contains articles on different subjects for you to read. Each article has contains an exercise too. Click Here for Step-by-Step Rules, Stories and Exercises to Practice All English Tenses Describing photos (comparing, contrasting and speculating) You are going to practise language for; Describing photosComparing and contrasting photos (discussing similarities and differences)Speculating on what might be happeningReacting to photos (giving opinions) Discuss Look at the presentation. Follow the instructions and talk about some of the photos Write The language used here for comparing and contrasting / speculating is also useful for writing discussion / argument essays. Plan:
Giving directions in town A set of flashcards, suitable for elementary students, for teaching asking for and giving directions, places in town and prepositions.Each card contains illustrations and the corresponding words/expressions: bridge, car park, statue, avenue, traffic lights, pavement, bus stop, restaurant, turn right, turn left, opposite, as far as, straight ahead and much more. 24 ESL Conversation Questions and Topics for Adults [Download This Guide] Text Version: When you’re having a conversation with a fellow ESL student, it can sometimes be challenging to get started. Even if you and your classmate are great conversationalists in your native language, you may have trouble coming up with questions to ask each other that will lead to more than just a one-sentence response in English.The next time you’re stuck coming up with a good conversation starter while practicing your English, try picking something from this list of ESL conversation questions for adults. You can even print the questions out so you can easily reference them.
Parker -Delivering a Persuasive Speech The Internet TESL Journal Douglas Parkerbps2 [at] capital.net Level:Upper-intermediate to advancedOverview:Students need to understand that how they say something and how they physically present themselves are just as important as what they say. By understanding the dynamics involved in effective persuasive speaking, students will improve their overall confidence in communicating.Purpose:The purpose of this lesson is to improve studentsâ speaking skills by understanding persuasion proficiencies. The Handout for the Students Treasure Hunt: Giving Directions Pairwork Activity Student A: You and your partner are racing other pairs of students to win a prize for being the first pair to reach the finish line. The winner will receive some treasure! You can only tell each other the directions you have to take from one place to the next on the map.You cannot read each other's directions. You must match the directions so that they go in order from Start to 10.Write the building number you come to on the blank in each clue.As soon as you think you have matched the clues to the correct building,tell your teacher the order of your clues.If your clue order is correct,your team wins.
101 Conversation Starters (Also see How to Start a Conversation) Ice Breakers Where did you grow up?Do you have any pets?Do you have any siblings? Giving Directions in English Giving directions in English is one of the most useful functions there is. Everyone understands that this is the function they are likely to use on the street, literally, and therefore the motivation is usually quite easy. To be able to give directions you need to learn a set of phrases which you later combine into a conversation. To teach the phrases we offer you the following. A simple drill (teaching the basic phrases), an infographic, several worksheet activities and an interactive quiz. Giving Directions in English – Video