That student writes another pair of antonyms and passes the paper to the next person, and they keep it going around their group until the two minutes are up. The goal is for each group to list as many antonyms as they can. Encourage students to help one another if anyone in the group is having difficulty thinking of a pair of words. Have each group read their list aloud. Let the class decide whether the words in each pair have opposite meanings.
3. Give each student a blank Antonym Matching Game Board (attached). Have students think of any five antonym pairs and write one word in each box, making a matching game. Students can cut the words apart, lay the cards face down, and flip them over, two at a time, to try to find a match that are antonyms.
Write some words on the blackboard and ask the students to identify them. The students are to say what antonyms they can act. Split the students into groups of three or four. Every member of each group to write a pair of antonyms on a piece of paper, and teamwork is encouraged. Students to be given a blank antonym matching game board and match the antonyms.
Handout a worksheet to the students containing fill-in sentences on the left end of the paper, as well as a list of words on the far right side which will serve as antonyms for the fill-in sentences. After submission, the students will be coached on how to figure out the correct for every question on the ...Show more