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    • Teaching demo Dr. Po-Yi  Hung Shing- Yu Lynn Tsai December 31, 2008
    • Welcome to English Grammar Training
    • Lesson Plan Being able to understand grammatical structures. Being able to distinguish/find out grammatical mistakes from paragraphs. 20 50 minutes
    • Lesson Plan Quizes Assignments Participation Midterm and final exams 2. Online blackboard Pass the GEPT basic level 1. Handouts
    • Inseparable and Separable Verbs
    • Procedure
      • Warm up
      • Article on
      • family
      • Introduction to
      • separable verb
      • Handouts of separable verbs
      • Online Exercise
    • Warm up Setting the context
    • Warm up
      • What are the people in the pictures?
      • What is the relationship between them?
      • What do pictures tell about their lifestyles?
      • The teacher provides the article
      • on family. There are some
      • separable verbs in the article.
      • Then students have to read it.
    • Article
      • Last week my oldest son, Bob, called me up .
      • He said, ‘’Mom, Jean and I had a great idea:
      • For your birthday, we’d like to take a family
      • paragraph. What do you think? ‘’ I thought it
      • over and decided it would be nice to have a
      • photograph of all my children and
      • grandchildren together.
    • Article
      • The photo was ready yesterday, so Bob
      • picked it up . And here it is! I must say, it’s
      • beautiful. That’s me, sitting in the center.
      • Over on the left are Jean and Bob and their
      • teenage son, Alan. Next to Bob, the woman
      • with the baby is my daughter Dawn. She
      • and her husband separated recently; I had
      • hoped that they would work out their
      • differences, but it didn’t happen that way.
      • Now Dawn is trying to bring up two children
      • by herself. It is not easy, so I help her out
      • whenever I can.
    • Article
      • Behind me in the picture are my daughter Patty,
      • her husband Steve, and their two kids. Such a
      • happy family; they enjoy doing things toghther,
      • and they always talk over their problems
      • without arging. And on the right you see my
      • youngest son, Michael. He alwyas wears such
      • strange clothes....I really can’t figure him out .
      • But he’s young; he’s still trying out different
      • ideas and lifestyles. He’ll be all right. My
      • husband and I worked hard to bring our kids up
      • well. They’re very different from one another,
      • but they’re fine people,and I love them all.
      • The teacher teaches some separable verbs and tell students how to use them.
      • Then the teacher
      • provides two handouts
      • of separable verbs.
      • Students have to
      • memorize them.
    • Introduction to Separable Verbs
      • With inseparable verbs, the verb and particle are a unit; they
      • must be together. However, English also has separable
      • phrasal verbs. With these verb+ particle combinations,
      • noun objectives may come after the verb+particle or
      • between them. Pronoun objects must come between verb and particle.
      Examples Meanings Inseparable My mother ran into Laurie. My mother ran into her. My mother saw Laurie. My mother saw her. Separable I called up my mother. I called my mother up . I called her up . I telephoned my mother. I telephoned my mother. I telephoned her.
    • Separable Verbs bring up Dawn is bringing her kids up by herself. raise ( a family) call up Yesterday my son called me up. telephone ( verb) drop off Could you drop me off downtown? take someone somewhere figure out I can’t figure out this problem. Understand, solve( a problem) find out Did you find out her phone number? learn, discover help out My mother often helps me out with her kids. assist, help look over Please look over your paper before you give it to me. read quickly, review pick out Did you pick out a present? Choose, select
    • Separable Verbs pick up I picked her up after class. Go to get someone take out Please take out the garbage. take outside talk over We talked the situation over. discuss think over I’ll think over your advice. Think about something carefully. throw away Did you throw yesterday’s paper away? put it in the garbage try out Let’s try out these new skis. Test, experiment with wake up The phone woke me up. Cause someone to stop sleeping work out I hope we can work it out. Find a solution
      • Underline all the
      • separable verbs in
      • the article family.
      • And with a partner,
      • ask and answer on
      • the separable verbs
      • of handouts.
      • EX: A: What does
      • mean telephone
      • someone?
      • B: call up
    • Online Exercise
    • Evaluation Grammar Participation Assignments Quiz
      • Assignment
      • Students have to make sentences with separable
      • verbs by handouts.
      • Ex: Let’s talk over our presentation.
      • Students have to
      • memorize all of the
      • separable verbs and their
      • meanings.
      • Students have quiz next
      • time.
    •