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- Common English Words: Permission, Obligation, Prohibition
- 1.Expressing Command and Prohibition.ppt
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In Speculation, players buy and sell shares of stock, trying to have the most money at the end of the game. Modal verbs are generally used to indicate likelihood, ability, permission and request. Then they throw three dice and the advice they receive for their problem depends on the number they throw. Can I sit here? You can turn it into an interactive grammar competition with its timer and answer buttons.
Common English Words: Permission, Obligation, Prohibition
Interactive Version - This modals of obligation interactive worksheet helps students learn how to use 'have to' and 'has to' to express obligation. Interactive Version - In this 'have to' breakout room activity, pairs of students practice the different forms of 'have to' in an information gap and writing exercise. Interactive Version - This modal verbs of prohibition interactive worksheet contains a variety of exercises to help students learn the prohibition modals 'mustn't', 'can't' and 'may not'.
Interactive Version - In this free modal verbs of obligation and prohibition interactive worksheet, students do an exercise to help them practice the modals 'must' for obligation and 'mustn't' for prohibition. Interactive Version - In this modals of obligation and prohibition interactive PDF, students create ten rules for learning English online. Interactive Version - In this modals of obligation and prohibition interactive worksheet, students do an exercise where they use modal verbs of obligation and prohibition to write rules for staff and guests in a hotel.
Interactive Version - In this modals of obligation and prohibition interactive worksheet, students join sentence parts together to create a set of school rules in order to practice modal verbs of obligation and prohibition.
Interactive Version - In this modal verbs of obligation breakout room activity, pairs of students use modal verbs and expressions of obligation to show and discuss how strongly they agree or disagree with certain statements. Past Simple Present Perfect Continuous. Essay Writing Punctuation. Paragraph Writing. Referenced Essays. The Writing Process. Online Membership Download the Entire Library. David's Day. This free modals of obligation worksheet helps to teach students how to express obligation with 'have to' and 'has to'.
Give each student a copy of the worksheet. The students write sentences about what David has to do today by looking at items on his desk and using verbs and nouns in a box to write sentences with 'has to'.
When the students have finished writing, check the answers with the class. Afterwards, the students write a short paragraph about what they have to do today using 'have to'.
The students then read their paragraphs to the class and feedback is given. Who has to do what? Divide the students into pairs A and B and give each student a corresponding worksheet.
The students begin by asking each other questions to find out which person on their worksheet has to do which household chore, e. When the students have found out who does each household chore, they complete sentences with the correct form of 'have to'.
After that, students decide who said different statements about what they have to do. Finally, students write about the household chores they have to do and then tell their partner about them. Class Contracts. In this modals of obligation and prohibition activity, students write an imaginary contract for their teacher. Give each group of three a copy of the worksheet. The students read a student contract on the worksheet. Highlight the use of modal verbs of obligation and prohibition in the contract to the students.
The students then write a teacher contract about all the rules and regulations they think you should follow. The contract shouldn't be too serious. Instead, encourage the students to create an amusing or imaginative set of rules.
When everyone has finished, each group reads out their teacher contract to the class. After each group has presented, you and the group members sign the contract. How to In this intriguing modals of obligation activity, students complete sentences expressing obligation for 'How to Give each pair of students six 'How to The students think of six 'How to When the students have finished writing, the pairs take it in turns to read out their sentences to another pair.
The other pair has to guess the 'How to For each correct guess, pairs score one point. The pair with the most points wins the game. Afterwards, each pair reads one set of sentences to the class and they try to guess the 'How to It's the Law. Here is an insightful modal verbs speaking activity to help students practice 'can' for permission and 'can't' for prohibition. In the activity, students discuss British laws and guess the ages people can and can't do certain things.
Give each pair of students a copy of the worksheet. The pairs discuss the British laws on the worksheet, choose one age for each law, and circle it.
When the students have finished, each pair joins with another pair to make a group of four. Each group discusses the British laws and reaches a consensus about the ages people can and can't do the things shown on the worksheet. Afterwards, groups give their answers and the correct age for each law is revealed to the class. The students then discuss which laws surprised them the most. Finally, the groups compare the list of British laws on the worksheet with the laws in their home country.
Modal Verbs of Prohibition. In this modals of prohibition worksheet, students practice 'can't', 'mustn't' and 'may not' to communicate prohibited actions in a variety of situations. Give each student a copy of the two-page worksheet. Students begin by matching prohibited actions with corresponding locations. Next, students read a list of strange old laws from countries around the world. The students then decide if they think the laws are real or not, writing T for true or F for false next to each law.
After that, students use expressions from a box to complete the prohibition for each situation shown. In the last exercise, students write three things that are prohibited in their home using can't, mustn't and may not. When the students have finished, check their answers. Obligation Game.
In this modals of obligation game, students make sentences about what people must do or be if they want to be successful in a particular job. Divide the class into teams of three and write the name of a job on the board, e. The teams have five minutes to write down as many 'You must When the time limit has been reached, the teams swap papers for marking.
For each grammatically correct and appropriate sentence, teams score a point. Play several rounds with different jobs and other modal verbs and expressions of obligation. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Perfect People. In this free modals verbs of obligation and prohibition activity, students write and discuss how they would like people to behave in a perfect world using the modal verbs 'must' for obligation and 'mustn't' for prohibition.
Working alone, students complete sentences about how they would like different people to behave using 'must' and 'mustn't'. When everyone has finished writing, the students discuss and compare their answers in groups. The students then discuss what qualities each person on the worksheet should have. Afterwards, the groups give feedback to the class on their findings. Ten Rules for English Class. In this modals of obligation and prohibition activity, students write ten rules for studying in English class.
Working in their pairs, students write ten rules for studying in English class using modal verbs of obligation and prohibition. Students also explain the reason for each rule. When the students have finished writing, they take it in turns to read out their rules to the class and feedback is given. Afterwards, the students work together as a class to come up with a list of ten rules that they all agree on.
The Modal Hotel. In this modal verbs of obligation and prohibition activity, students use modal verbs to make rules for guests and staff in a hotel. Divide the students into groups of three and give each student a copy of the worksheet. Tell the students that they have taken over the management of a hotel and that they are going to decide what rules to have in the hotel for guests and staff.
In their groups, students use the prompts in the first column of the table on the worksheet to create a set of rules. Students write the rules in the second column using modal verbs of obligation and prohibition.
Groups also think of extra rules for guests and staff and write them in the 'Other rules' box. When the students have finished writing, each group joins with another group and compares rules, taking note of rules which are the same and different. Finally, the groups explain their rules to the class and the class tries to agree on one set of rules for the hotel. Where is it? In this modal of obligation and prohibition speaking activity, students play a guessing game where they describe places and situations using modal verbs and expressions of obligation and prohibition.
Give each pair of students a card. Students describe the place or situation on their card by writing five sentences with modal verbs and expressions of obligation and prohibition, e.
When everyone has finished writing, pairs take it in turns to read their sentences to the class.
1.Expressing Command and Prohibition.ppt
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