Modal Verbs - Advisability - Should - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan Make a Copy

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ESL students Teachers lesson plan modal verbs pre-intermediate advisability 1 grade 2 grade 3 grade English English


What are modal verbs?

A modal verb is a type of verb that indicates likelihood, ability, requests, suggestions, or any other modality. Modal verbs are different from other verbs because they come before the infinitive of another verb (without the word to). Common modal verbs include can, could and should but there are many more of them that you’ll go over with your students.

Advisability – Should

Also designed for pre-intermediate ESL students, this lesson plan guides teachers and students through the use of the modal verbs should and shouldn’t for suggestions, duties, responsibilities, and/or expectations. Students will also practice forming questions and speaking using should express expectations.

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