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Transcript of MODAL

9.8 Dilemmas
9.3 Desert island equipment
9.3 Desert island equipment
9.8 Dilemmas
9.8 Dilemmas
Teaching grammar
SHIN CHRISTINA
KIM INYOUNG
KIM HYUNAH
Focus

Age

Level

Time

Preparation



can / could / might to express possibilities

Any

Intermediate – Advanced

30 – 40 minutes

A set of ten small pictures of objects for each group
(see Box 9.3)
Procedure & Variation
Procedure

1

Tell the students they are stranded on a desert island.
They have a set of items saved from the shipwreck, for which they need to find uses.

2
Suggest, for example, ‘a table cloth’, and ask them what use they can suggest for it.
They might say:

We could use the tablecloth as a flag to signal to ships.
Or:

Someone might wear a tablecloth as a dress if they lost their clothes in the shipwreck.

3
Put the students into groups, and challenge them to find uses for all ten objects. They can also
think of uses that combine different objects.

4
When the first group finishes, stop everyone.

5
Share the ideas the different groups had for the different items.

Variation

The activity may be presented as a competition between students or between groups:
who can find the most, or the most interesting and original, uses?

9.3 Desert island equipment
Pros and Cons


- This is an
interesting topic
for any age of students.

- Students will have the opportunity to
brainstorm creative ideas
.

- It is a
student-centered
activity.



- It
may just focus on having fun

rather than learning modals.

- Some students who are not creative and
lack background knowledge
might
get bored
.

- There is
no device
for
fostering students
to use
various modals


Question for class discussion
How can we make students use various modals

and encourage all of them to participate actively?

All kinds of modals
Must * have to * should * ought to * may * might * could
To express
possibilities, obligation or necessity

Teenager - Adult

Intermediate - Advanced

20 - 30 minutes

A brief description of a dilemma shown on the board or copied for students (p.137)

Focus



Age

Level

Time

Preparation


1.
Teacher
: Present the situation of dilemmas

2.
Students
: Brainstorm comments and suggestions

3.
Teacher
: Note all the suggestions on the board

4.
Teacher & Students
: Discuss the ideas of a dilemma
Erase the less practical / useful ones
Decide the best ideas together
Variation
+ Teacher
: Explain the modals to be used in advance
+ Students
: Role play the situation in small groups

Take turns - A: Explain the problem
B: Offer advice / suggestions
ㅔ개
procedure
- All kinds of modals
must, have to, should, ought to,
may, might, could
can be used

- A variety of use of modals
possibilities, obligations, necessity
can be practiced

- Contexts can be connected to the real world -
practical / useful
- Some of the dilemmas & suggestions
may
NOT

be
interesting / practical / useful

e.g.) dilemma:
"You and your friends are mountain - climbing; you have been caught
in a sudden thick fog and are lost."

- Teachers have to conside many factors

Students' age, experience,
level of English, interests, and etc
.
for authentic and useful contexts (dilemmas)
Discussion Question
What are the
other activities of using Dilemmas
that can facilitate participation all students?
CONCLUSION
Suggestions
1. Give students a condition to use various modal.

E.g.
-Let students pick a modal card that they have to use.


-Let them use each modal at least three times.




2. Give each student a role in their group.


E.g.
Leader,
Note taker, Reporter, English monitor, and time keeper

can

could
might
Front
Back
Can
1. -------------
2. -------------
3. -------------
Leader
Note taker
Reporter
Time keeper
English monitor
1. Pair work with partner
Questions & answers

E.g

- Choose one Dilemma
situation from BOX 9.8

- write and practice questions & answers ( role play )
1. Q:
A:

2. Q:
A:

3. Q:
A:
Dilemmas
2. Use Visual Aids

- watch video clips or picures

-- students write suggestions
and do role play with partner
Suggestions
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MODALS
THE
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