unit 6: where are the jazz cds?language goalin this unit students learn to ask for and give directions inside a building and talk about favorites.new languagewhere is the pop music? go upstairs and turn right.it's next to the jazz.where is the jazz? go straight. it's between the pop and the country.where are the dance cds? go upstairs and turn left.they're behind the country cds.names of musical styles such as classical, dunce, jazz,pop, country.section aadditional materials to bring to class:blindfoldsamples of various kinds of music mentioned in this unit.ask twelve students to come to the from of the room and stand in four rows, leaving a few feet between students.stand in front of this group. ask and answer questions about where each student is standing. where is (lin li)? he's between (cao xin and zhang li). where is (sun bei)?she's behind (lin li).then cover a student's eyes and lead the student around the room by the arm. give directions using the words go straight ahead, turn left, and turn right and then help him or her to follow the directions you used.la this activity introduces the key vocabulary.focus attention on the picture. ask students to tell what they see. guide students to understand that the picture shows different types of music. name the musical types and ask -students to repeat- ask students to name a singer, song or composer for each musical type.examples: yo-yo ma is a classical musician. janet jackson is a dance singer. celinc dion is a pop singer. garth brooks is a country musician. kenny g is a jaz2 musician.point out the numbered list of words. say each one and ask students to repeal.then ask students to match each picture with one of the words. say, write the letter of each picture next to the wonts on the left. point out the sample answer.check the answers,1 b this activity gives students practice in understanding the target language in spoken conversation,draw a set of stairs on the board. at the top of the stairs,write jazz in a box on the left and classical in a box at the right. write dance in a box at the left below the stairs.point to the three conversations. read the first conversation with a student. then read it a second time as you use your fingers to "walk" up the stairs and turn left to the jazz section. ask various students to read the other conversations. use your fingers to walk to each section mentioned.play the recording the first time. students only listen.play the recording a second time. this time, ask students to listen to the recording and write the number of each conversation in the correct box. point out the sample answer.