Ability Modals Level 2-A Unit 13-ESL Fun Class!
Try out our Ability Modals Level 2-A Unit 13.
This 48-page grammar unit is part of a five-semester course. The unit is split into two sections. One for students and one for teachers.
The student section has 24 pages which contain a front cover page, an index, a structure and use page which explains positive statements, negative statements, contractions, yes/no questions, short answers, information questions and long answers.
Each unit uses the same 35 to 60 core words or phrases in all of the activities. This was done intentionally in order to give students a solid base on which to build their language experience.
Next, there are three exercise pages which include 10-photo, multiple choice, fill-in-the missing words, correct or incorrect, spot the error and discussion questions for a total of 60 questions.
It has three more pages which include a reading section, a conversation section, and a writing section.
After that, there are crossword and word search puzzles, a missing word and scrambled sentences worksheet and a study sheet.
The section finishes with a board game, two sheets of notebook paper and a back cover.
The teacher section has 24 pages which contain a front cover page and an index.
The following pages include answer keys for the three exercise pages, the reading, conversation and writing pages, the crossword puzzle, the missing word worksheet, the scrambled sentences worksheet and the word search worksheet.
Next, the section includes four pages which have 36 flash or playing cards.
Finally, the teacher units have a multiple-choice exam and a blank answer sheet along with answer keys for both. The unit finishes with a back cover.
How to Use the Unit:
Students will follow the directions and perform the tasks for each activity.
Teachers will use the answer keys, cards and exam to instruct and correct their students.
The unit can be printed and handed out to students in the class.
The unit also works great for extra homework practice, extra credit or material for substitute teachers.
You can save on printing costs by posting the unit on your platform. Have students complete it with a PDF editing program. You can also project the material on a wall in the class and have students write down the answers in their notebooks.
Be sure to download the sample page and zoom in to see all of the exercises clearly.
Also, download our free sample grammar and vocabulary units.
Look at our free syllabus to see how this unit dovetails with a vocabulary unit and how it plays a part in the course.
The complete course is available as of August 2018.
Most of the material in the student and teacher sections are sold on this site separately.
Use our board, card and Jeopardy games, worksheets, or our PowerPoint presentations as complementary activities for this unit.