TDC 1Pedagogical GrammarClass 8
Modal VerbsGet in groups of three students.Choose one of the stations and sit down with yourcolleagues.Discuss the questio...
Modal Verbs1. What is a modal verb?2. Give eight examples of modal verbs.3. Give two reasons why modals are difficult for ...
Modal Verbs5. What is one of the disadvantages of presenting modalsone by one?6. What is the reasoning for teaching modals...
Modal Verbs8. Come up with your own sentences to illustrate the useof various modal verbs in the meanings of request,permi...
Modal Verbs 8. ...Meanings Modals                ExamplesPermission can              could              would             ...
Modal VerbsRead the chapter “ELL Grammar Key 12: Modals”(Book Pages 224 – 228).In pairs, answer the questions you discusse...
Modal Verbs1. What is a modal verb?2. Give eight examples of modal verbs.3. Give two reasons why modals are difficult for ...
Modal Verbs5. What is one of the disadvantages of presenting modalsone by one?6. What is the reasoning for teaching modals...
Modal Verbs8. Come up with your own sentences to illustrate the useof various modal verbs in the meanings of request,permi...
Modal Verbs 8. ...Meanings Modals                ExamplesPermission can              could              would             ...
Modal VerbsIn pairs, do the exercises in the Workbook onpages 179 and 180.
Infinitives and GerundsGet in pairs.Choose two of the sub-sections taped to thewalls, read the chapter “ELL Grammar Key 10...
Infinitives and Gerunds1. Form and Function of Infinitives and Gerunds2. Subject of the Sentence3. Infinitives to Show Pur...
Infinitives and GerundsIn pairs, answer the questions and do theexercises in the Workbook on pages 166 – 170.
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  1. 1. TDC 1Pedagogical GrammarClass 8
  2. 2. Modal VerbsGet in groups of three students.Choose one of the stations and sit down with yourcolleagues.Discuss the questions in each station.You will have five minutes in each of the stations.
  3. 3. Modal Verbs1. What is a modal verb?2. Give eight examples of modal verbs.3. Give two reasons why modals are difficult for ELLs asvocabulary words.4. Give three reasons why modals are difficult for ELLsgrammatically.
  4. 4. Modal Verbs5. What is one of the disadvantages of presenting modalsone by one?6. What is the reasoning for teaching modals one by oneto lower-proficiency students and grouping modals bymeaning for higher-proficiency students? What is youropinion?7. The modal verb “could” has five meanings, whereasthe modal verb “would” has three. Come up with yourown sentences to illustrate each meaning.
  5. 5. Modal Verbs8. Come up with your own sentences to illustrate the useof various modal verbs in the meanings of request,permission and possibility.Meanings Modals ExamplesRequest can could would may might
  6. 6. Modal Verbs 8. ...Meanings Modals ExamplesPermission can could would mayMeanings Modals ExamplesPossibility may, might, could should, ought to must will
  7. 7. Modal VerbsRead the chapter “ELL Grammar Key 12: Modals”(Book Pages 224 – 228).In pairs, answer the questions you discussed inthe stations (Workbook Pages 176 – 178).
  8. 8. Modal Verbs1. What is a modal verb?2. Give eight examples of modal verbs.3. Give two reasons why modals are difficult for ELLs asvocabulary words.4. Give three reasons why modals are difficult for ELLsgrammatically.
  9. 9. Modal Verbs5. What is one of the disadvantages of presenting modalsone by one?6. What is the reasoning for teaching modals one by oneto lower-proficiency students and grouping modals bymeaning for higher-proficiency students? What is youropinion?7. The modal verb “could” has five meanings, whereasthe modal verb “would” has three. Come up with yourown sentences to illustrate each meaning.
  10. 10. Modal Verbs8. Come up with your own sentences to illustrate the useof various modal verbs in the meanings of request,permission and possibility.Meanings Modals ExamplesRequest can could would may might
  11. 11. Modal Verbs 8. ...Meanings Modals ExamplesPermission can could would mayMeanings Modals ExamplesPossibility may, might, could should, ought to must will
  12. 12. Modal VerbsIn pairs, do the exercises in the Workbook onpages 179 and 180.
  13. 13. Infinitives and GerundsGet in pairs.Choose two of the sub-sections taped to thewalls, read the chapter “ELL Grammar Key 10:Infinitives and Gerunds” and prepare to present itto your colleagues.You will have twenty minutes for yourpreparation.
  14. 14. Infinitives and Gerunds1. Form and Function of Infinitives and Gerunds2. Subject of the Sentence3. Infinitives to Show Purpose or Reason4. Infinitives or Gerunds Following Certain Verbs5. Verbs Followed by Infinitives or Gerunds - SameMeaning6. Verbs Followed by Infinitives or Gerunds - DifferentMeanings7. Verbs Followed by Nouns/Pronouns and Infinitives8. Gerunds Following Prepositions
  15. 15. Infinitives and GerundsIn pairs, answer the questions and do theexercises in the Workbook on pages 166 – 170.
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