Beginner EFL/ESL Lesson Plan-Asking for and Giving Directions (A1)

Beginner EFL/ESL Lesson Plan-Asking for and Giving Directions (A1)



This English lesson is for you if:

English learners
  • Your English level is a beginner level (A1).
  • You want to learn English at home.
  • You can learn without the help of a teacher.
ESL/EFL teachers
  • You work with beginner level (A1) English learners.
  • You follow the CEFR standards of teaching.
  • You would like to introduce a different voice and pronunciation to your students.

Audio sample:


The package includes:

  • English Lesson for beginners. (.pdf) – 9 pages
  • Answer Sheet (.pdf)
  • audio file (.mp3) – female voice

About the lesson (plan)

  • Target English Grammar: Asking for and giving directions and there is/ there are
  • Target Vocabulary: Buildings

Presentation: (page 2, 3, 4)

  • 1.Connect the words with the pictures.
  • (focus vocabulary exercise.)

  • 2.Read the text. Where is Sandeep going? Write numbers on the buildings on the map.
  • (Reading/ vocabulary exercise.)

  • 3. Mark the statements T for true, and F for false.
  • (Reading comprehension exercise. Related to the previous exercise.)

Grammar Box (page 5)
    • full grammar explanations with graphics.
    • usage explained and illustrated with suitable examples

Practice: (pages 6, 7)

  • 1. Look at the map again. Underline the correct word.
  • (Vocabulary/ Grammar exercise)

  • 2. Listen to the directions. Fill in the blanks.
  • (Listening comprehension, targets grammar and vocabulary.)

  • 3. Put the conversation in order. Write a number in front of each sentence.
  • (Reading exercise. Targets grammar and vocabulary. )

Production (classroom activities – page 8) – 3 assignments: pair work, team competition, and interview.

Credits (page 9)



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