esl efl lesson plan for teachers - a2 lower intermediate English Lesson Plan - Phrasal Verbs - Work and daily activities

esl efl lesson plan for teachers - a2 lower intermediate English Lesson Plan - Phrasal Verbs - Work and daily activities

ESL/ EFL A2 Lower Intermediate English Lesson Plan

Lesson Functions: Phrasal Verbs
Target Vocabulary: Work and Daily Activities

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Audio sample:
 

Presentation:

1. Listen to the text. Fill in the blanks.

(Voice Message)
Hi, Amy. It’s mom. Listen, our car broke down. Sorry, but you have to go to your Spanish
__________ by bus today.
So, at 4.45 go to the bus stop __________ the street. Get on the 24 bus at 4.48. Get off the
bus 15 __________ later at Katy’s Flower Shop, which is near your friend Loren’s house,
you know the __________.
Don’t __________ to pick up your aunt’s cat from her place after the lesson.

2. Mark T for True and F for False.

  1. Amy’s mother called to tell her that their car broke.
  2. Amy must take the bus to go to her Spanish lesson.
  3. The bus she must take is 24.

 

3. From the text above find the phrasal verbs and write them down in the box below.

1__________2__________ 3__________ 4__________
  • Grammar Box:

Phrasal verbs consist of a verb and one or more prepositions. The meaning of phrasal verbs is often different from the meaning of the verb alone.

1. Some phrasal verbs do not need an object.

A2 lower Intermediate English Lesson Plan - Phrasal Verbs - Grammar - Phrasal Verbs that do not need an object
2. Some phrasal verbs need an object.
A2 lower Intermediate English Lesson Plan - Phrasal Verbs - Grammar - Phrasal Verbs that need an object

Practice:

1. Match the phrasal verbs in Column A with their meanings in Column B.

                       Column A                    Column B
wake up to collect someone/something
get up to stop working (for example a machine)
break down to get out of bed
pick up to stop sleeping

2. Use the words from the boxes to complete the sentences. (May be used more than once.)

verbs: wake | get | pick | look          prepositions: up | on | out | off
  1. I ________ at 6.30 every morning to get ready and go to work.
  2. My sister is leaving for Spain. I have to _____________ her two dogs while she’s gone.
  3. When you _______ the bus, cross the street and turn left. My house is around the
    corner.

Production:

1. Write a small text (5-6 sentences) about your day. Include the following phrasal verbs:

wake up | get on | get off | pick up | look after


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