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# November 12 -31. modals for necessity and conclusion

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• 1. Grammar 1 Fall 2013 IECP Nikki Mattson
• 2. Would you rather…
• 3. Agenda • 1B = Unit 23 Test + Past Continuous • 1A = modals for advice, necessity, and conclusion
• 4. 1B • Distribute practice letters • Unit 23 Test
• 5. Past Progressive/Continuous Brainstorming • What does this tense look like (form)? • How is this tense similar to the present continuous? • How is this tense different from the present continuous? • Why do we use this tense?
• 6. Introduction • Read pg. 294 + complete B+C (whole class) • Read/review charts on pgs. 295-296
• 7. Practice • Pg. 296, ex. 2.1 • Pg. 298, ex. 2.2
• 8. Practice ∗ A Day in the Life of an IECP student…
• 9. When and While ∗ When + while can be use to show a long action that is interrupted by a short action. ∗ When I was eating my dinner, Ruth called me. ∗ While I was eating my dinner, Ruth called me. ∗ Ruth called my when/while I was eating my dinner.
• 10. When Only ∗ When (not while) can be used for one action that happens immediately after another. (boom boom) ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ When I got home from class, I took a nap. I took a nap when I got home from class. When I called my friend, she told me she couldn’t talk. My friend told be she couldn’t talk when I called her.
• 11. When Only ∗ When (not while) can be used for a short action that happened during a longer action. ∗ I was sleeping when the phone rang. ∗ I was eating when you texted me. ∗ When you called me, I was driving.
• 12. Practice ∗ Pg. 302, ex. 3.1 ∗ Pg. 303, ex. 3.2
• 13. Practice ( White Boards) ∗ 1. Use when or while to show that a long action was interrupted by a short action. ∗ Example: When/While I was eating, my friend called me. ∗ 2. Use when (only) to show that one event happened immediately after another event. ∗ When I got home from class, I took a nap. ∗ 3. Use when (not while) to talk about a short event that happened during a longer event. ∗ I was sleeping in my chair when my friend called.
• 14. Editing Race ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 1. What you were doing when Obama became the president? 2. I watching TV all day yesterday. 3. What was you doing yesterday morning? 4. I was listen to the radio and talking on the phone. 5. I was sleeping while the phone rang. 6. When you was called me, I was driving. 7. While I ate dinner, Ruth called me. 8. When I call my friend, she told me she was being busy. 9. While I was sleeping when the phone rang. 10. While I was drive my mother called me.
• 15. Form and Function Handout
• 16. Grammar in Context Handout ∗ Guess + listen
• 17. Game Boards
• 18. 1A
• 19. Editing Race 1. I need help in class. How I should tell the professor? 2. We should shares class notes. 3. When we should meet at the library? 4. We ought to probably meet in the cafeteria. 5. You should not probably bring a big textbook. 6. You should to be ready for a lot of questions. 7. When we are done, we ought see a movie. 8. I had better to go, I have to prepare. 9. We should to study together more often. 10. We ought to probably go to the library.
• 20. Practice (Advice) Survey on Tuition Survey on Class Size How much tuition did you pay this year? When you were in high school, how many students were in your class? Do you think university education should be free for everyone? Do you think students ought to be given student loans from the government at zero interest? What should the maximum number of students per class be in high school? Would you be willing to pay more tuition for smaller class sizes? Survey on Homework How much homework do you do everyday? How much homework should university students be given everyday? How much homework should high school students be given everyday?
• 21. Practice (Advice) Survey on Tests Do you think there ought to be a university entrance exam? What do you think should be the most important thing for university students? Tests, essays, or projects? What punishment should students receive if they get caught cheating on a test? Survey on Teachers Do you think high school students should be able to choose their own teachers? What do you think is the most important quality for a good teacher? Do you think teacher should be paid extra if they have good student evaluations? Survey on Punishment What is the worst punishment you have ever received? Should corporal punishment be allowed in school? Should students be given failing grades for plagiarism?
• 22. Practice (Advice) Survey on Grades Survey on Technology Have you ever received an F grade in a university class? Do you ever use the internet to do research? Do you think teachers should mark students on a bell curve? Do you think students ought to be given internet access in class? Do you think teachers ought to fail some students every semester? Should students be required to do multimedia presentations like Power Point in class? Survey on Being Late How often are you late for class? How often is your teacher late for class? What should the teacher do if a student comes late?
• 23. Modals for Necessity and Conclusion • Use have to, need to, and must for things that are very important to do. – – – I have to finish my paper before class tomorrow. I need to go to the office to get a new application. I must get an A if I want another scholarship. • Try each of these modals with your partner. Make 3 sentences each. • Use must and have to for conclusions. – – Today is Monday, so tomorrow must be Tuesday. Today is Monday, so tomorrow has to be Tuesday. • Try each of these modals with your partner. Make 3 sentences each. • Do not have to/ Don’t have to means that it is not necessary. – – • You don’t have to pay for these classes. You don’t have to ask to leave the room. Try this modal out with your partner. Make 3 sentences each.
• 24. Grammar in Reading • Read pg. 372 out loud with your partner and complete B+C
• 25. Practice • Tell your partner 3 obligations that you have. (have to, have got to, must, need to) – • I have to help my parents this weekend. Tell your partner 3 obligations that you had last weekend. (had to) – I had to help my parents last weekend. • Complete these sentences. • • • • • When I don’t know the meaning of a word, I’ve got to… English is important nowadays, so we’ve got to… For this class, you’ve got to… If you rent an apartment, you’ve got to… If you want to drive a car, you’ve got to…
• 26. Practicing Modals through Film • Handout • Video
• 27. Practice • Pg. 376-377, ex. 2.1 A and B • Pg. 378 B
• 28. Oral Practice • Make conclusions about the pictures with your partner. Use “must.” Write 5 conclusions.
• 29. Practice • Grammar in Context handout
• 30. Practice • Pg. 379, ex. 2.3 A
• 31. Editing Race 1. Does Jack needs to have a lot of skill to play? 2. No, he has to has a lot of luck. 3. How many times does he has to win? 4. He have to win three times. 5. He won eight times, so the record must to be 10. 6. Yes, the world record needs to be 10. 7. Does he need to has a certain time to win? 8. No, he must to have a certain number of points. 9. He also has to wins five games in a row. 10. He doesn’t needs to play it every day.
• 32. HW • 1B = WB 164-165 • 1A = WB 208-213 and Unit 29-30 Test = Thursday