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Lesson 1: Airports
Go down the escalator.

I can listen to and understand directions.

INTRODUCE

When you’re lost in a new place, it’s important to know how to ask for help.

PRESENT

STEP A VOCABULARY

I. Listen and repeat.

turn left/right

go straight

take the stairs

pass the [thing]

go up/down the escalator

go to the [ordinal number] floor

II. You’re in your bedroom. You want to go to the road outside of your house/apartment. Which of the actions above will you do to get there?

III. Practice reading the words.

/ʊə/

/u/

tour

food

poor

root

moor

mood

STEP B GRAMMAR TIP

Use imperatives to give orders.

Imperative sentences use the dictionary form of the verb. These sentences have no subject.

X

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You go up the escalator.

Go up the escalator.

  • Pass the coffee shop.
  • Turn left at the bathroom.

UNDERSTAND

LISTENING

Saori and Catherine are on vacation in Hong Kong. They want to take a limousine from the airport, so they asked an airport attendant for help.

TRIVIA

The term limousine bus is actually Japanese English. In natural English, this is only called a bus. Limousines are actually large luxury cars. Celebrities and other rich people often use them, but regular people can rent limousines too.

bus
limousine

PRACTICE

STEP A EXERCISE

Complete the sentences using the pictures and words in the box.

go up
take
turn right
go straight

1.  _____ at the sign.

2. _____ the stairs to the third floor.

3. _____ to the end of the hall.

4. _____ the elevator.

STEP B EXERCISE

Choose the correct words in the parentheses.

  1. (Pass / Take) the post office.
  2. (Turn / Go) to the seventh floor.
  3. (Turn /Take) left at the corner.
  4. (Go up / Go) the escalator.

CHALLENGE

Challenge 1

You and your friend are at the airport. He/She wants to buy coffee, but you don’t know where the coffee shop is.


Listen to the airport attendant’s directions. Then, tell your friend how to get to the coffee shop.

Today's grammar tip

  • imperatives

Challenge 2

Discuss your ideas.

If Time
Allows
1

DIRECTIONS

2

AIRPORTS

1

DIRECTIONS

  1. Are you good at giving directions?
  2. Do you use your phone for directions?
  3. When was the last time you asked someone for directions?
  4. Where did you ask directions to?

2AIRPORTS

  1. What’s your favorite thing in airports (ex. restaurants, duty-free shops)?
  2. What do you not like about airports?
  3. What’s your favorite airport?
  4. When was the last time you went to an airport?

FEEDBACK

I can listen to and understand directions.

LESSON GOAL ACHIEVEMENT

  • 4
    Very Good

    Could complete the task with ease

  • 3
    Good

    Could complete the task with some clarifications

  • 2
    Fair

    Could complete the task with additional instructions

  • 1
    Poor

    Could somehow complete the task with difficulty

PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK

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