TP 3 Lexis
To provide clarification of phrasal verbs in the context of everyday conversation
To help students become familiar with phrasal verbs in everyday conversation and be more comfortable using them.
Procedure (33-45 minutes)
- T will let Ss know the lesson will be a phrasal verb lesson. - T will share on Zoom (sharing the T screen) a Google Slides presentation that will have the questions "Have you ever been sick in bed for days?" & "Who takes care of you?" with pictures of people writing on a notebook. - T will nominate Ss to answer. - T will ask Ss follow up questions to build rapport.
- T will share screen to a Google Forms page with a conversation between a Mother and a Daughter taking care of a sick family member. -T will share a link to a Google Form page and have the Ss read the conversation and select the sentence most relevant to the conversation. - T will have Ss discuss their answer on Zoom´s breakout rooms. - T will nominate Ss to answer and justify their answers.
- T will share screen to a Google Slides presentation and with the phrasal verbs that we will be covering on this lesson. - T will work with the Ss to complete MFP stage, as a team. - First phrasal verb is ´looking after´. T will cover MFP as follows: - M: When you make sure that someone/something is safe and well. To take care of someone (or something) by doing what is needed to keep them well or in good condition. CCQ: Does it mean I am watching someone? No. Can I look after my brother? Yes. Can I look after a car? Yes. - F: Looking after. Verb + Preposition (Transitive & Inseparable) - P: Looking after.ˈlʊkɪŋ ˈæftər Look-ing af-ter (4 syllables) - Second phrasal verb is ´Go away.´ T will cover MFP as follows: - M: Go away: to leave your home for a period of time, especially for a vacation. CCQ: Is it temporary? Yes. Will I come back? Yes. - F: Go away. Verb + Adverb (Transitive & Inseparable) - P: go away /goʊ əˈweɪ/ go a-way (3 syllables) - Third phrasal verb is 'Turn down.' T will cover MFP as follows: - M: Turn down: produce less sound, heat, or light. CCQ: Can I turn down the radio? Yes. Can I turn down the lights? Yes. - F: Turn down Verb + Preposition (Transitive & Separable) - P: /tɜrn daʊn/ turn down (2 syllables)
- T will share link to a Google presentation. - Ss will see a questionnaire with blank areas and also phrasal verbs on the right to fill out the blank spots. - Ss will work indivudually to solve the activity. - T will then have Ss work in pairs, through Zoom´s breakout rooms and share answers. - Ss will share answers, thus solve the activity as a group.
- T will share screen to the questionnaire used in the last activity. - T will instruct Ss that they will be answering the questions. - T will demo what answers to expect from the Ss. - Ss will work in pairs, using Zoom breakout rooms, and discuss the questions. - T will ask and nominate Ss to answer a couple of the questions. - T will monitor, looking throughout this stage and look for errors to be correctly adressed in the next stage.
- T will share screen via Zoom - Ss will be able to see some sentences T observed from the previous stage. - T will ask Ss what they think the mistakes are and provide the apporpiate correction to the mistakes.