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  Communication Unit 2 Is there a cinema? Student A 1Look at the town map. Student B has a different town map. Ask and answer questions to find the similarities and differences between the two towns.2Compare your map with Student B’s map. Have you got all the differences? Useful phrases QuestionsAnswers Is there a / an … ?Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t. Are there any … ?Yes, there are. / No, there aren’t.How many … are there?There are …   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Student B 1Look at the town map. Student A has a different town map. Ask and answer questions to find the similarities and differences between the two towns.2Compare your map with Student A’s map. Have you got all the differences? Useful phrases QuestionsAnswers Is there a / an … ?Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t. Are there any … ?Yes, there are. / No, there aren’t.How many … are there?There are …  Communication Unit 2 Teaching notes Is there a cinema?Pairwork: Ask and answer   Students ask their partner questions to find the similarities and differences between the two town maps. Copy one sheet per pair andcut into A and B.  Review places in a town by asking students to describe what places are in the town they live in. Write the places on the board.  Put students into pairs and give each pair a worksheet. Make sure they can’t see each other’s half of the sheet.  Hold up the worksheet and explain that the pictures are different and they need to find the similarities and differences between the two towns. Do an example (pointing to the Useful phrases) and elicit a question about the map you are holding.  Give students five minutes to ask and answer about their pictures. Monitor and check that they are using the correct language.  Students compare their pictures and check that they correctly identified the similarities and differences.  Do class feedback by asking individual students about what they have on their map. Answers:Similarities:  Both of the maps have a café, a bookshop, a bridge and a river. Differences: Map A  has an office building, a cinema, a library, two cafés and a market. There are three trees. Map B  has a shopping centre, a monument, two restaurants and a theatre. There are two trees. Extension Use the map to practise giving directions. Tell students to identify a starting point and then give directions to a place on the map (that they think of but don’t say). Their partner follows the directions and identifies the place.
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