Lawyer gives up job to cycle around the world
To provide clarification, review and practice of Phrasal verbs in the context of lawyer gives up job to cycle around the world
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of phrasal verbs.
Procedure (32-41 minutes)
I will try to elicit the phrasal verbs: gave up / set out / stopped off / getting by / run into. I will tell the story; In 2016 I was very fat and I felt very bad about it that I stopped looking in the mirrors. So I decided to change my self. I (stopped eating there is word for it) ____________ . I ______________ health program. There were many fast food shops on my way to gym and home but I never _______________ for a minute. It was very hard but I was ______________ . One day I was coming back and I(suddenly met ummmm) ___________ my old friend and he was shocked.
Step 1 CCQs: Gave up 1- Did I continue eating junk food? No 2- Did I stop eating junk food? Yes Set out: 1- Does it mean I started something? yes 2- Does it mean I started without aim? no 3- Does it mean I started with an aim? Yes Stopped off: 1- Does it mean I stop something? no 2- Does it mean I stop at some place for a short time? yes Getting by: 1- did I manage to do the hard work? yes Run into: 1- Does it mean I run? no 2- Does it mean I met suddenly...? yes Step 2: HO Give them a handout to match the phrasal verb with it's definition. Step 3: FB ask students what the first match and so on.
1- Give them rubber bands. 2- ask them to follow the beat and stretch the band where the stress is high. 3- Gave up - I gave up fast food. Set out - I set out for health program stopped off - I never stopped off for a minute. getting by- I was getting by. run into - I ran into my friend. Give up ---- verb + adverb /phonetic script/ ( Transitive because it takes direct object) set out ----- verb + adverb /phonetic script/ (transitive) stopped off ----- verb + adverb /phonetic script/ (intransitive) getting by ----- verb + adverb /phonetic script/ (intransitive) run into ----- verb + preposition /phonetic script/ ((transitive)
Controlled practice. 1- give a text to students. 2- gap fill activity. (students' fill the gaps of the text with appropriate phrasal verb) 3- FB first pair check. second class discussion. 4- display the answers on the board.
Before producing the target language, Ss get some time to prepare. They write about themselves in respond to some questions on the HO and then they talk to each other by asking them these questions.