Learn to use phrasal verbs in simple sentences & practice w/word cards & game. 30min: Introduce, explain, practice, game, wrap up.

You 21 Jan, 10:55:41

Create a 30 minute lesson plan for b1 level English learning university students on phrasal verbs. Include a game at the end.

Teacherbot 21 Jan, 10:55:41

- To understand how to use phrasal verbs in simple sentences
- To become familiar with a variety of common phrasal verbs
- To practice using phrasal verbs in context

- Blank pieces of paper
- Phrasal verb word cards
- Whiteboard

Timeline (total 30 min):

- Introduction (5 min):
- Ask students what they know about phrasal verbs
- Ensure they understand the difference between a single verb and a phrasal verb
- Help them remember the verb and prepositions by using memory techniques
- Explanation (10 min):
- Explain the use of phrasal verbs in simple sentences
- Provide examples of the different types of phrasal verbs
- Discuss various contexts in which phrasal verbs can be used
- Practice (10 min):
- Divide the class into pairs
- Each student is given a piece of paper
- Ask each student to draw a table with two columns
- Give each student 5 cards with phrasal verb words
- Ask each student individually to choose one word and write it under the ‘Verb’ column
- Ask them to create a simple sentence with the word and write it under the other column
- Go around the class and help the students with their sentences if necessary
- Game (5 min):
- Divide the class into two teams
- Place the cards in a pile
- Each team takes turns at drawing a card
- Ask the team to come up with a sentence using the phrasal verb
- The team that comes up with the most convincing sentence gets a point
- The team with the most points at the end wins
- Wrap up (5 min):
- Ask students to share the sentences they created during the practice
- Ask them to give feedback on each other’s sentences
- Ask them to share their understanding of the lesson
- Ask if there are any questions
- Stress the importance of practicing with phrasal verbs to become comfortable with them
- Thank the students for their participation.