Modals and Phrases to express permission, obligation and prohibition
Language Focus[review and extension] modals & phrases to express permission, obligation & prohibition
Speaking using modals and phrases
To further develop listening and speaking skills
Procedure (29-47 minutes)
Write one sentence on the w/b: We had to wake-up early today. Next, I will ask Ss what "had to" means. Acceptable answers synonymous with obligation would be acceptable. Ss will then be asked to think of substitutes to "had to" --needed to, were obliged to, were required to, were bound to, were forced to......
Ss will be given ex 1 and told to rewrite sentences using the phrases given without looking at the book. The Ss will be put in pairs or groups depending on the number present. 1. Ss will peer-check the answers 2. Ss will check book for correct answers.
Teacher will make demo chart with appropriate heading of each relevant phrase and instruct Ss to put correct phrase in corresponding column.
Give Ss HO of ex 5, but with the modals deleted and have them fill-in the blanks. After which elicit FB and ask why "to" is appropriate in some but not in other
Give Ss ex 1 and ex 2 from workbook to work on in pairs. Put ANSWERS ON WALL!!!!!
1.Ss listen to a story about alternative therapists. Ss make notes about main event of story then check ideas in pairs quickly 2..Ss listen again. Jot down KEY words. NOT whole sentences! PLAY CD AGAIN. 3. Now put Ss in pairs or groups depending on size of class and REWRITE story in own words. 4. When finished have them check with other pairs/groups 5 When finished give original version from tapescript to check against.