Advisability in thePast<br />Part VII: Modals: Review and Expansion<br />
UnitOverview<br />Studentswilllearn and practicethe use of shouldhave, oughttohave, couldhave, and mighthave, as well as t...
Background Notes<br />Whenthe magazine PsychologyTodaywasfirstpublishedabout 35 yearsago, mostpeoplethoughthatthewriterswo...
Vocabulary<br />Destructive: causingsevereor irreparable damage.<br />Regret: sadnessthatyoufeelaboutsomethingbecauseyouwi...
Vocabulary<br />Fire: tomakesomeoneleavehisorherjob.<br />Inconsiderate: notcaringaboutotherpeople’sneedsorfeelings.<br />...
ComprehensionQuestions<br />Where do feelings come from, accordingtopsychologists?<br />Fromthewaywethinkaboutreality, not...
ComprehensionQuestions<br />How can feelingdeepregretbedestructive?<br />Somepeoplethink so muchaboutmissedopportunitiesth...
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10 Grade Advisability In The Past

  1. 1. Advisability in thePast<br />Part VII: Modals: Review and Expansion<br />
  2. 2. UnitOverview<br />Studentswilllearn and practicethe use of shouldhave, oughttohave, couldhave, and mighthave, as well as thecorrespondingnegativeforms, toexpressadvisability in thepast.<br />
  3. 3. Background Notes<br />Whenthe magazine PsychologyTodaywasfirstpublishedabout 35 yearsago, mostpeoplethoughthatthewriterswouldquicklyrunout of topicstowriteabout. Totheirsurprise, the magazine has grown in popularity and scope, coveringsubjectslikedealingwithregrets.<br />
  4. 4. Vocabulary<br />Destructive: causingsevereor irreparable damage.<br />Regret: sadnessthatyoufeelaboutsomethingbecauseyouwishithadnothappenedorthatyouhadnot done it.<br />Paralyzed: unabletomoveorfunctionproperly.<br />Disorder: diseaseorillness.<br />Cognitivepsychologist: scientistwhostudieshowthoughtsaffectouremotions.<br />
  5. 5. Vocabulary<br />Fire: tomakesomeoneleavehisorherjob.<br />Inconsiderate: notcaringaboutotherpeople’sneedsorfeelings.<br />Jog: torunslowly and in a steadyway, especially as a way of exercising.<br />Letsomeonego: tomakesomeoneleavehisorherjob.<br />Confront: try tomakesomeoneadmitto a mistake.<br />
  6. 6. ComprehensionQuestions<br />Where do feelings come from, accordingtopsychologists?<br />Fromthewaywethinkaboutreality, notrealityitself.<br />How can pastmistakeshelpus?<br />We can learnfromthem and improve.<br />
  7. 7. ComprehensionQuestions<br />How can feelingdeepregretbedestructive?<br />Somepeoplethink so muchaboutmissedopportunitiesthattheybecomeunableto do anythingtoimprovetheircurrentsituations.<br />How can a personletgo of regrets?<br />Byrealizingthat he orshereallyhad no control overthesituationanyway.<br />

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