Check the video for revision:

Just some basic aspects of the video you should take into account:

Lucy mentions that there exist modals (may, might, must, can, could, will, would, shall, should) and semi-modals (be able to, ought to, need to, have to). Remember we are studying both types at the same time. You have the complete list with examples and information on your student's book, pages 122-123.

Lucy explains also the auxiliary verb shall, that is not on page 122. Shall is also very commonly used for.

As the chart on page 122 is really clear enough, I am not going to upload or photocopy any other so as not to confuse you. Just include shall on your list for offers, confirmation or promises. 

Finally, we are also including perfect modals this year (we didn't study them on Year 4 ESO). Watch these two videos:



Finally, I include the link to the padlet with songs using modal verbs that we created last year:

And some practice: