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. The worksheet combines have to and must; it includes lesson notes for an entire fifty minute lesson as well as all the required handouts and answer keys. Since there are four individual practice activities, feel free to pick and choose what you want to use in class; there is no need to use the whole lesson and choosing just certain activities gives you much more freedom to include your own material. It is that easy! If your students are working on specific vocabulary not included in this lesson, you can simply use these activities as inspiration for your own worksheets which you could tailor to your students’ interests. Busy Teacher would like to see your worksheets; if you have worksheets on this topic, please upload them and help out fellow teachers around the world.
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It's an introduction to modal verbs - first some basic rules, then the rules for forming past (not all modal verbs have separate forms for past, some use perfect infinitive - in my experience it i ...
This is a powerpoint presentation of modals and modals perfect for esl B1-B2 level. There are no grammar rules, only examples and pictures that better explain the use of modals. A teacher can use ...
I use the following youtube clip (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1D7VUIf8bU) to practice using modals (possibility), especially might. The students listen to the sounds of the clip and try to gu ...
Here is a power point presentation I did for my English class with the definition of modal verbs, a list of them (must, must not, can, could may, might, need, need not, should/ought to, had better ...
This is a worksheet for pre-intermediate and intermediate students for filling the blanks with conditional 0 or 1 and some modal verbs, and turning active sentences into passive ones. It's 30 minu ...
This is a 2- page worksheet for teaching or revising modal verbs at elementary level. There are 4 different activities in which students are asked to rewrite the sentences, using a form with got i ...
This NYC tipping guide is taken from the research of Waitbutwhy.com, original available here http://waitbutwhy.com/2014/04/everything-dont-know-tipping.html. I used the chart to start a discu ...
Practice modals of necessity (have to- has to) by filling in the blanks using proper have to structure and match the examples with the pictures. The exercise also contains the practice where the s ...
The following activity will help your students practice modal verbs and phrases. It should be completed in pairs. Students A and B have gaps in different sentences. As Student A completes his sent ...
This is a PowerPoint presentation about the modal verbs. Includes usage rules with example sentences. Jokes from the website http://englishthroughjokes.wordpress.com/ and a creative writing promp ...
When teaching past necessity, I have found this critical path very helpful. It helps students differenciate between necessary and unnecessary actions in the past and how to express whether they we ...
This is a worksheet for FCE students to practise needn't have or didn't need to. It has 13 situations with images and a sentence where students have to choose the correct form of the verb: needn't ...
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This worksheet was created to Unit 10 of the New Total English Elementary 2 course book and aims to practice school subjects, expressions in connection with learning and modal verbs (have to, don' ...
This is a worksheet for revising must and have to at intermediate level. There are 2 activities in which students are asked to fill in the blank spaces with a suitable modal verb and fill in ...
A test for esl secondary school students on be allowed to, must, mustn't and have to. There are 5 different activites including a short reading, a multiple choice, correct the mistakes and a short ...
Some pictures of unusual signs. I use it with modals. I put them in groups an show them the pictures. Then I have them create sentences using the modals to explain the idea of the sign. They ...
This reading comprehension has been designed to test Ss' knowledge, understanding and use of must/ have to and their negatives. It may also be used to introduce travel documents vocabulary. ...
This is a test I´ve created to check the knowledge of usage of modal verbs: have to, must, can and might. It is an elementary level and it includes vocabulary connected to household chores. ...
Help students gain practice with past modal verbs! This worksheet for intermediate students gives both introductory information and follow-up exercises about using modal verbs to speculate about t ...
This worksheet can be helpful if: - you don't know how to teach have to or it seems challenging for you. - you want to use an indirect approach to teach. - you have already taught it and now you w ...
This is a writing aimed at pre-intermediate and intermediate level students. They have to describe life in the year 3012, using modal verbs to talk about different things like: education, jobs, ci ...
This power point was designed to practice students' speaking on Modals or Auxiliary Verbs, as well as to help them differentiating the function of modal verb. There are 20 questions slides for you ...
Intermediate Level. To practice coming to conclusions: "must be" and using "have to, don't have to" in the context of jobs. 1. Cut up the jobs and the adjectives and put them in separate columns ...
This is not an in- depth look although with more time it could be used to help write a letter to Facebook for instance or together with a look at the film the Social Network. This tries to look at ...
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