How to Make a Lesson ~ Procedures ~

 

1) Talk about the examples.

 

2) As a class, in groups, or in pairs talk about their meanings from your experience.

 

3) Select and answer any of the questions in your own way.

 

4) Take fair turns. Include as many students as possible. Endeavor to create a discussion.

      

Compound Nouns and Basic Phrases

 

1) Compound Nouns:

 

Compound nouns are formed naturally by combining two or more nouns (mail + man). Yet, the two parts also function on their own. The first part tells us what kind of object, person, or what its purpose is. The second part identifies the first part. Compound nouns always have a meaning that is different, usually more specific, than the two separate words. There are also separable compound nouns such as ‘flower pot’ and ‘cocktail party’...

 

 

Ex 1) Background = back or behind + ground or soil/earth

Defined as something not at the front, possibly powerless.

 

Sentences: Q and A Examples

 

A1)

 

 

 

Backlash

Baseball

Bathroom

Bedtime

Barnyard

Billboard

Bobcat

Brainstorm

Breakfast

Briefcase

Bulldog

Buttercup

Butterfly

Canopy

TLW ~ Fun English ~ Vocab Horizons ~ 4