Phrasal Verbs (literal & idiomatic)
To provide practice for phrasal verbs in general and to provide clarification of the difference between idiomatic and literal phrasal verbs
To provide practice for productive skills
Procedure (32-50 minutes)
SS will be shown a slide. T asks SS one question for each photo and SS discuss in pairs.
T will give SS verb and preposition cards. (see handout 1) SS will work in groups to match the verbs with prepositions. First group to finish says banana. Elicit by miming as SS as they have the matched phrasal verbs. SS do ex 1 ) and peer check. T nominates one student from each table. First, Students will be shown a picture from exercise 2, SS talk in pairs ‘ then, given a list of phrasal verbs “Sometimes object goes before the noum” marker sentence do ex 3 PROJECT EX 2 on WB After discussion, they will do exercise 3 by using the HO previously given.
PROJECT plane taking off SS discussin groups What did the plane do? (Took off) T takes someone’s phone or pencil What did I do? (Took his/her pencil) “if meaning changes, it is idiomatic phrasal verb” T gives pencil back What did I do? (Gave the pencil back) T tries to touch the ceiling’ Then gives up “ I gave up” did the meaning change?(yes) so it is not idiomatic?(faking it)(yes)
Project ex 4 on WB. Discuss it in groups. T gives SS idiomatic phrasal verbs. SS are nominated to match. DO EX 5 SS are given questions. 3 minutes. then check with peers. T nominates a student. if the answer is correct. students gets to choose another student for the next question. In the meantime, hot error correction if necessary. & Drilling Talking about you SS are given HO. given 3 minutes for the task.
T demonstrates the activity. Requires celta trainees' help