The lesson is a series of stand-alone phrasal verb activities that can be used as a revision, warm-up or time filler. There are four types of activities, each with two parts and different phrasal verbs.
C1 / Advanced60 minStandard LessonUnlimited Plan
ASSOCIATIONS: Match phrasal verbs to categories
In this activity, students match phrasal verbs from the list to three categories (e.g. health, relationships, money). After that, they use the phrasal verbs from each category to describe a process or a few steps of an activity related to the categories (e.g. building relationships, getting ill, spending or saving money).
STORYTELLING: Create stories with phrasal verbs
These phrasal verbs activities focus on stories. Students receive a list of six phrasal verbs and the beginnings of two stories. They have to continue the stories using the phrasal verbs. Teachers can give some hints or some sentences for students to facilitate the process. Students can also compare their stories to those in a teacher’s version.
DIALOGUES: Rewrite sentences and build dialogues
In this activity, students rewrite sentences using phrasal verbs with the verb givine in brackets. Then, they put the news sentences in the correct order to create dialogues. Teachers can also ask students to create their own dialogues related to a different aspect of life.
TRIOS: Complete phrasal verb sentences and discuss
These phrasal verb activities are based on the phrases with the same verb or particle. Students read three sentences or questions related to a particular topic. Then, they complete them with the missing verb or particle. Finally, they discuss the questions or agree/disagree with the statements .
If you want to learn more about these phrasal verbs activities and why we have decided to choose these particular ones, read our blog post.
Subscribe to unlock these and many other Printable & Digital lesson plans with the Unlimited plan
Subscribe to unlock these and many other Printable & Digital lesson plans with the Unlimited planSubscribe