permission / prohibition
Permission / prohibition
The following ESL resources are available for Permission / prohibition:
Students match beginnings and ends of sentences (questions) relating to obligation and permission and then ask each other the questions.
Students complete job cards by writing sentences using have to / don't have to / can and can't for a number of jobs. They then read these out to another group who have to guess the job. (18 cards)
Permission and requests
(173)Twelve-question multiple choice quiz focusing on degrees of politeness: Could you.../I don't suppose you could... etc.
General English course books (adults)
Sarah Cunningham Peter Moore
Photocopiable resource books
20 - Parent power Page 20 Fill in questionnaires ubout upbrining. Find out who had the strictest.
Grammar books with exercises
Mark Nettle Diana Hopkins
Speaking / listening skills books
General English adult course resource packs
26 My ideal world Page 26 Students complete statements about their ideal world beginning (person) must... e.g. 'A good friend must...'
Then compare with others
28 Written and unwritten rules around the world Page 29 Students have to decide whether various statements about what people can and can't do in various parts of the world are true or false. e.g. In England you can't leave school until you are 16.
30 Would you mind? Page 30 Twelve cue cards with picture and prompt
'close the window' etc. Tick or cross on back of card. Students mill, make request etc. Response depends on cross or tick.
10a & b Alphabet game Page 10 Ss must take a card and say a word according to the instructions on the card.