This presentation works great as an introductory lesson. It explains what an antonym is, gives examples, tells why we need to learn antonyms, and gives students the opportunity to participate. Students use a white board or piece of paper to identify antonyms within a sentence, to replace a word in a sentence, and to generate their own antonyms from a given list of words. It also promotes student to student discussion and total engagement. This can also be used on your SMART board for a whole group lesson with participation.