This new version of Karate Kid in a pretty decent one. In fact, I prefer this one much better than the one from the 80's. This scene is perfect for basic learners to practice the use of phrasal verbs in a contextualized manner and have fun, playing a non-competitive game with it.
I. Before you watch the segment, try to match the verb and the preposition in order to make phrasal verbs. The object pronoun is the word JACKET (it). Remember: these phrasal verbs are separable and the word JACKET (or it) will come between the verb and the preposition. There is more than one possible matching.
II. Watch the movie segment and check your answers.
- Give each student a piece of clothing or ornament ( a handkerchief, a shirt, a jacket, a ring, a bracelet, etc).
- Student 1 tells the class what they are supposed to do with the objects, using the phrasal verbs above. He has to be fast and the other students have to perform the action. When someone makes a mistake, he/she will be the next one to give the instructions.
Ex: Put it on, take it off, put it on, take it down, pick it up, take it down, put it on, etc.
MOVIE SEGMENT DOWNLOAD - THE KARATE KID
Answer key: The instructions in the segment and the correct phrasal verbs are:
"Put on your jacket, take it off, hang it up, take it down, and pick it up" ~ Mr. Han