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```							•   Any volunteers?
•   Can the rest of the people direct
him/her to his/her wallet without
touching him/her?
•   Are there any other ways to give
him/her directions to where he/she
needs to go?
8-point compass
Primary Four

Miss Grace Ong
Miss Wang Ai Pei
•   Introduce 4 basic directions. Use the
mnemonic ‘Naughty Elephants Spray
Water’.

•   Introduce NE, NW, SE, SW.

•   Practise these 8 directions in class.
Mission:
has planted a nuclear bomb and you have
to retrieve a code to stop the bomb from
detonating.
1. Work in groups of 4 – 5 pupils.
2. Each group will be issued a map of the
school, an instruction sheet and a
marker.
3. Your enemy has left his mark behind with
this symbol (       ). Use the instruction
sheet and map to find the symbol.
A

4. There is a letter beside each symbol.
Write all the letters to form a code.
•   Point out where north is.
•   Give pupils an estimated time to
•   Tell pupils not to run for safety
reasons.
•   Expected behaviour.
•   Confined area.
B       C

D

E           A       F

G   H

I                   J

OFF YOU GO!!
1. Map
2. Instruction sheets
3. Symbol cards
5. Water-soluble markers
6. PowerPoint Slides for the lesson
1.   Get a school map
-    Simplify the map such that only
items/locations that the kids need
are on it. (Can be done as you do
the next step.)
-    Indicate North on the map. (Need
not be the real north.)
2.   Identify a starting point
-    Find a starting point that will be
easy for kids to start off such as an
open space.
-    From the starting point, look for
obvious spots for clues . (Use spots
that you can easily plan the routes.)
3. Planning of routes
- Plan different routes leading to the
same locations.
 To avoid everyone running in the
same directions.
 To prevent herd syndrome
4.   Form clues
-    Give only easily solved clues
-    Confine locations to a manageable
area for safety reasons and
keeping the task to a reasonable
lesson time.
4. Come up with all the possible
5. Laminate all the clue cards and
letters (to re-use in future).
1. Put up the laminated symbols only
on the day itself before the lesson.
2. Conduct a pre-activity briefing
informing pupils of the task, rules of
the game and safety rules.
3. Do a demo practice in class to give
the class an idea of what to expect.

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