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This is the final section of modal verbs. There are currently
98 activities for teaching and practicing should and ought to
Using the materials found here, you can combine giving advice using should and ought to with health and body related topics
. There are three sets of cards and instructions for three different games but you may decided just to play one game or use the first set of cards to make flashcards for introducing different vocabulary words. Talking about illnesses is a perfect opportunity to practice giving advice and using modal verbs so even if you do not use this worksheet, you might still want to combine these topics during your lessons. Since all the worksheets on Busy Teacher are free and easy to download, be sure to look at several before selecting one. You can also edit worksheets to better suit your students. Remember that this is only one section of modal verbs; you should take a look at the main
modal verbs section
if you do not find what you are looking for here or if you need a review activity.
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Let me present you my handout on the topic of the last years – a selfie. This lesson gives your students an opportunity to talk about something they do every day - especially young learners ...
This worksheet is about illnesses. It contains two activities. First, the students are asked to complete the sentences using common problems, such as sore throat, backache, stomachache, etc. Secon ...
This is the first time to upload my file here. This is a PPT for modal verbs review quiz game. Each row in the second page means the level of the question and you get different points for correct ...
Thia worksheet will allow students to start a debate about painful relationships and broken hearts. First, they have to spot the extra word in some verses and then guess the meaning of some idioms ...
This is a song that I used to introduce the modal verbs "must", "should" and "could". Students are asked to first complete sentences with the words they listen to (only modals) and then they are a ...
This worksheet contains brief explanations of each modal verb (can- have to- must- should) and some graphic examples that illustrate each of them. There are lots of exercises to practice. You can ...
This PowerPoint deals with some vocabulary items that we can find in a first aid kit, such as ice pack, thermometer, bandages, etc. It follows with some questions about when we should use these it ...
A test for emotions and modal verbs for 8th grade students. It contains grammar exercises and some activities matching emotions with pictures. Some exercises of completing sentences and gap comple ...
Here you will find exercises about modal verbs and vocabulary from compound nouns and other that can be very useful for teachers and students. This can be used as a worksheet or as a test for your ...
This worksheet is to practise talking about regret while working on the pronuncation shudda (should have). Students start by reading a review of gig, then they have to identify at least ten proble ...
This worksheet contains a reading comprehension exercise about smoking and the consequences it has for someone's health. It also has some grammar excercises to complete using should ,shouldn't, ...
Students read the advice column. Teacher can guide students through new vocabulary, idioms and expressions. There are discussion questions at the end, but teacher should feel free to ask more ques ...
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 ...
The worksheet is designed with problem sentences for learners to be practising "should and shouldn't". It is followed by a quiz where paired students have to choose between two answers to a given ...
The worksheet contains three activities about modal verbs. The first task is complete the sentences. Use can, can't, could or couldn't. The second task is the same but you have to use can, can't, ...
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 ...
This presentation introduces how to give advice using the modal forms could - should - and must as well as to suggest and to recommend. I had ss work in pairs or small groups to come up with idea ...
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 worksheet is aimed at students who already know a little bit about structure and functions of modal verb should affirmative and negative. It is composed of 4 activities. The first 2 are filli ...
This activity is suitable to intermediate and advanced students in practicing how to persuade and/ or dissuade the other person. It is better done as a role playing activity. This will motivate ...
This is an intermediate worksheet aimed at giving students a revision of modal verbs by means of a short listening activity. The worksheet includes the lyrics of two contemporary songs. Students a ...
It's a nice speaking exercise to practise "should / shouldn't". Cut the cards, put them face down and make students work in pairs. Each student draws one card, reads it aloud and another student m ...
This worksheet deals with the topic of dreams. It does not focus on any grammatical aspect in particular. It consists of a fill-in the blanks listening about analyzing dreams that I adapted from h ...
This is an activity for free practice of the modal should and other expressions of advice. The students usually love moving around and being in role. It's a fun, dynamic activity, with minimal tea ...
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