Students will be able to
- use should in its affirmative and negative (should not/shouldn’t) forms,
- use should with closed interrogatives (e.g., Should I do my homework now or later?),
- use should with open interrogatives (e.g., What should tourists visit first?),
- use should and shouldn’t to give advice and make suggestions,
- use should and shouldn’t with the base form of the verb (e.g., You shouldn’t watch TV so late),
- understand that should doesn’t change its form with singular or plural subjects (e.g., I should eat healthy food/They should eat healthy food).