Lesson #2

If you have not submitted your 10 sentences from Lesson #1, please email them to me. That helps me to know who is actively engaged, and it gives you a chance to receive feedback and error correction.


Now that you have practiced using some new vocabulary about COVID-19 food handling and cleaning, let's continue. Watch the video from Lesson #1 again and make a list of the steps he takes. Then, in your own words create a set of instructions for bringing in groceries or bringing fast food into your home. You can do both if you'd like. Use the sequencing vocabulary and modals of advice from the list below to help you. Pretend that you are telling a friend about these great tips you've learned.

Sequencing Beginnings

  • Initially...

  • At first...

  • To start with...

  • First of all...

  • Firstly...

  • To begin with...

  • In the beginning...

Sequencing Middles

  • Secondly...

  • Thirdly...

  • Later...

  • Then...

  • Afterwards...

  • At this point...

  • Meanwhile... <two actions happening at the same time.>

  • Next...

  • After that...

Sequencing Endings

  • Finally...

  • Eventually...

  • In the end...

  • Ultimately...

  • Lastly...

Modals of Advice

  • Should

  • Ought to

  • Had better

  • Must

  • Shouldn't / Try not to

  • Don't forget / Remember

  • Be careful

Here is a link to help remind you about modals of advice.

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When you are finished creating your instructions email me a copy of your sentences. Or if you prefer, email me a video of you giving the instructions orally.