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Phrasal verbs can be very difficult for ESL students (ELLs). The way adding a particle can change the meaning of a verb makes phrasal verbs especially difficult. Then phrasal verbs also have multiple meanings as well!
This Jeopardy game has two rounds. In the first round students choose a verb and a point value. The “question” then gives them a particle to add to the verb. Their task is to define the phrasal verb. When multiple definitions are possible, I tried to include several of them, but ultimately I tell students that I will be the final judge and if an answer is given that I deem correct, but is not on the slide, points will still be given. In the second round students again choose a verb and a point value. The “question” then gives them a definition. Their task is to give the complete phrasal verb (chosen verb + participle).
Each slide is labeled with the column number and point value so if you, like me, forget how many points a question is worth, the value is in the upper left hand corner.
This is a non-editable .ppsx file. If you do not have PowerPoint on your computer, you will need to use the now retired PowerPoint viewer, PowerPoint for the web, or PowerPoint mobile to view it. If you prefer a Google Slides file, that is available as Phrasal Verb Jeopardy GS.