Answer the Questions - Find them in the structure of a sentence. Then prepare to write your own sentences.
Properly Using Phrasal Verbs - These are some of the best phrases you will come in contact with on an average day.
Identify By Definition - You might need to think a little on these. You have a lot of creative room here for your students.
One = Multiple Meanings - Some of these phrases can be taken three or four different ways. You will express the intended message and then how it could be interpreted differently.
Brainstorm & Write - Create a brain box filled with phrases that match this class and go from there. Then, create a 5‐6 sentence passage (part of a story) using at least 4 of the terms from the box that you came up with. Turn to your partner and read your story.
Fill in the Missing Part - Fill in the blanks using the word bank. Those three dots are called ellipsis. They indicate words that were omitted to not diminish the meaning of the words.
Trial & Error - Read the sentence three times (once with each option) and circle the best option.
Chart It - Fill out the chart by writing the correct phrasal verb above each meaning. Do not mind the length of what is being explained.
Read & Identify - Read the story, and write all the phrasal verbs you can find on the lines below. With a partner, take turns verbally explaining what each phrasal verb means.
Same Verb, Different Meaning - Someof these can mean many things. Read each sentence and pay attention to how this specific part of speech is used.
Fill-in-the-Blank by Definition - Fill in each blank with the correct term based on the definition given. In some cases the definition is longer than the sentence.
Writing & Identifying Them - Write 8 sentences that contain a this form of terminology. Switch papers with a partner and see if they can identify and circle them in the sentences.
Matching the Columns - Match the sentence to the part that is completely missing and would complete the thought for the sentence.
Common Everyday Use - You use phrasal verbs every day! Write down as many phrasal verbs as you can think of on the lines below.
Define These Terms - With a partner, define each of the underlined verbiage we have been studying in this section. You may need to write more than was originally intended.