Directions- Flashcard Memory Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

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Grammar Topic: General
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Published: 5th Apr 2021

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Directions- Flashcard Memory Game

Choose one of the sets of cards below. Lay them face up in a square, in any order. Say the
words as you turn then face down. Put the start arrow next to one of the cards and give 
instructions to your partner on where to go from there. When they reach the card that you 
chose, say 
“Stop” and see if your partner(s) can remember what is on the other side. If 
they are correct, leave the card there face up. 

Useful phrases for giving directions
Go straight (ahead).
Go forward (one square/ two squares). – Go back (one square/ two squares).
Turn right. – Turn left.
Go past…
It’s next to…
It’s behind…– It’s in front of…
It’s between… and…

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Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2021

Cards to cut up, put in a square and turn face down

Start

bank

big wheel

chemist’s

hospital

library

post office

school

souvenir shop

station

supermarket

taxi rank

the cinema

toilets

zoo

Gate 3

bookshop

bathroom

bedroom

bicycle

bucket

cupboard

dining room

fridge

garage

living room

photograph

radio

sink

sofa

telephone

TV

video games

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Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2021

Australia

Brazil

Britain

China

India

Indonesia

Japan

North Korea

Russia

South Korea

Spain

Taiwan

Thailand

The

Philippines

The USA

Vietnam

a cook

baseball

breakfast

cousin

dinner

French fries

grandfather

homework

lunch

mum

picnic

some bread

some flour

spaghetti

tie

uncle

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Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2021

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