1 jun. 2015

Five Practical Activities for Practicing Phrasal Verbs

Co-organizan: Instituto de Enseñanza Superior en Lenguas Vivas “Juan Ramón Fernández” y la Embajada de los Estados Unidos en Argentina

Speaker Keith Folse

How is it possible that TAKE and OFF can combine into one lexical item?  And why can TAKE OFF mean “remove an item of clothing” or “fly into the air”?  Any why isn’t TAKE ON the opposite of TAKE OFF?  If you can “take off your coat,” why can’t you “take on your coat”?  Understanding phrasal verbs is difficult, but it is a necessary component of any English course.
For English learners at all proficiency levels, phrasal verbs are in fact one of the most difficult components of the English language, so it is not surprising that most learners simply avoid them. There are hundreds of very common phrasal verbs, so the lexical plight that our learners face is tremendous.
In this session, we will demonstrate five practical activities that practice phrasal verbs.  For each activity, we will briefly provide an overview, including materials needed, preparation time required, class time required, and challenges. 

Idioma: Inglés

Fecha: Miércoles 3 de junio 

Horario: 9.30 a 10.45 hs

Lugar: Instituto de Enseñanza Superior en Lenguas Vivas “Juan Ramón Fernández”, Salón de Conferencias (edificio matriz), Av. Carlos Pellegrini 1515

Más información: http://ieslvf.caba.infd.edu.ar

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