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Where are the Buildings? It is useful to know the names of buildings. Learn them using your letter-number coordinates just like using a street map. In this presentation you will also practice finding the correct squares using the letter and number system. Teacher’s page Buildings Dictionary Page church house bank library garage school hospital shop Practice page 2 1 a b c d Quiz page 2 1 a b c d 1. What is in square a1? (school, library, garage, house) 2. Is there a house in c2? (yes or no) 3. What building is to the right of c2? Is it a bank, church, or a school? 4. Is is true that the church is at d2? True or false 5. What is at d1? bank, a shop, a garage. 6. Which square is the library in? b1, c1, or b2 Well done! No O-dear - try again. Teacher’s Page Change these pages into the MFL language you require. Change as much or as little as suits your needs. You may just change the names of the buildings, change the instructions or change the feedback on the tick and cross pages. When you use the activity you may wish the children to give the grid references in English, or encourage them to use the numbers in the MFL being used, and say the names of the letters in the same language.