FUN activity with authentic use! Get your students up and moving around with this "away mission", as I call it in class.
Students practice commands, find their letter in the hallway with the code under it, write directions from the classroom door to their code, then erase the letter and swap with another group to see if the other group can follow their directions to the code.
1) Print out the page of letters and codes, chop up, and tape in the hallway outside your classroom (or around your classroom in different areas if that is not possible)
2) Print out a class set of the directions. I put mine in dry-erase sheets and handed out dry-erase markers.
3) Review affirmative commands with students, and ask them to put the six words on their paper into affirmative tu commands.
4) When students finish (optional: and the teacher approves it), students in pairs go out into the hallway to find their letter (and write down code 1). Then they go back to the classroom door and write directions. (Continue straight, turn left, go 20 steps etc).
5) When they have finished with the directions, erase their original letter and switch with a partner. Following the first group's directions, can they make it to the same letter? Write the second code down to find out.
Teachers will know which code is correct simply: If the student went to letter A, his code starts with "1", letter B with "2" etc.