Students often need plenty of practice giving directions using prepositions of place. Our lesson of the week, New Town, is a great place to start! This four-page lesson includes three maps: one with two dialogues (audio included), one with a short reading and comprehension questions, and one with a crossword puzzle for comprehension. New Town is available in both print and digital versions! This lesson also includes different grammar targets including prepositions of place, the simple present, the present progressive (continuous), and clock time.
You’ll find plenty of related resources on our site to go along with this lesson. On Tuesday, I blogged about the grammar involved with giving directions and prepositions of place. On Thursday, Tara blogged about some fun activities to practice directions: Where Is Sprout? Games for Practicing Preposition of Place.
Other related resources:
- Prepositions of Place: If you log in and type “prepositions” into the search bar, you’ll see 17 lessons and flashcard sets about prepositions of place and direction.
- Present Progressive (Continuous): There are 65 lessons in our Grammar School, Library, and Conversation Station on this verb tense.
- Simple Present: There are over 100 lessons in our Grammar School, Library, and Conversation Station on this verb tense.
- Time: If you log in and type “time” into the search bar, you’ll see 11 lessons and flashcard sets about time.
Find this lesson in the Library – Present Continuous Stories.
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