I am introducing my students to some various prefixes. One of which is the prefix -pro. As an example, I use being proactive. The students immediately make a connection to this, which is wonderful. We enter...
R: "Proactive? You mean like that cream for people with nasty skin?"
Mr. A: "Well, actually that's a good correlation, because the Proactiv cream can be used early as a preventative measure for further outbreaks, so it works for the prefix."
R: "T be needing that for her greasy skin."
T: "Boy, I know you ain't calling me greasy with yo' banana boat looking self!"
Mr. A: "Ah, nonsensical name calling...that takes me back."