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Task-Based Language Teaching: Asking for and Giving Directions

by Aasha Rani Bendi | 07 Sep 2021
Resource Description: This lesson plan helps the teacher to facilitate the students to acquire the language expressions in the situation of asking for and giving directions in a task-based approach. The tasks suggested here are graded and easy to conduct in the classroom.   
Audience: Adult, Elementary, University
Audience Language Proficiency: Beginner, Intermediate
Duration: 50 Minutes
Language Skill: Listening, Speaking
Content Area: ESL
Outcome(s): At the end of the task, the students will be able to use the correct expressions of language in asking for directions and giving directions.
Procedure: See the attached document.
Differentiation: This TBLT lesson plan proves to be fruitful if the tasks are given in order. The teacher as a facilitator must be able to link the real life situations that are beyond the classroom. More tasks with variations will help the students in achieving the desired goals.     
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TESOL Interest Section: Second Language Writing, Teacher Education