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10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
10 Grade   Modals And Similar Expressions   Review
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10 Grade Modals And Similar Expressions Review

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  • 1. Unit 15: Modals and Similar Expressions: Review
    Part VII: Modals: Review and Expansion
  • 2. UnitOverview
    Studentswilllearn and practicemodalsforability, advice, necessity, assumptions, and futurepossibility. Modals are auxiliaryverbsthatexpress a relationshipbetweenthesubject of thesentence and itsmainverb as followsonthenextslide…
  • 3. UnitOverview
  • 4. Background Notes
    The appeal of reality TV might come fromdifferentaspects of humannature. We can imagine ourselves in thesamesituation as thepeopleon TV (strugglingagainstdifficulties, feelingtriumph). Another idea isthatifsomeoneelseisdying, suffering, feelinghungerorthirst, those of uswho are watching are not. A thirdreasonmaybethedesiretohaveanaudience, tobelikethepeopleonthe shows.
  • 5. Vocabulary
    Reality TV: TV programming in which real people show courage and fear
    Smash hit: verysuccessful new play, movie, song, or TV program
    Come in differentflavors: tobeavailable in manydifferentforms
    Tune in: towatchor listen to a particular radio or TV program
    Have a goodshot at something: tohave a betterthanaverage chance to do something
  • 6. Vocabulary
    Contestant: someonewho competes in a competition
    Turn up thevolume: tomake a TV or radio programlouder
    Getkickedout: tobeaskedtoleave a place like a restaurant or a place whereonelives
    Thecreeps: feeling of nervousness and fright
    Shipwrecked: tohavebeen in a shipthatwasdestroyedby a stormoranaccident
  • 7. ComprehensionQuestions
    Why do peoplewatchreality TV?
    Toseehowpeopleact and theemotionsthey show, tobeabletodiscuss TV withfriends
    Whendidreality TV shows firstappear?
    In 1997
    Whatwasthename of thefirstreality TV show?
    Survivor
  • 8. ComprehensionQuestions
    How do TV programproducers determine thepopularity of a show?
    Number of viewers and number of hits onthewebsite.
    What’sthedifferencebetween British and American reality TV?
    In American shows, thecontestantsmustbeglamorous.
  • 9. DiscussionTopics
    Are some of thethingspeoplehaveto do onreality shows cruel and embarrassing? Shouldpeoplewatchcrueltytoothers? Whyorwhynot?
    How do youfeelafteryouhavefinisheddoingsomethingdifficult? What are some of themostdangerous (ordifficult) thingsyouhaveever done?

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