#1
So,how does it works?Is it just the same as constructing a progression from a major/minor key?
#3
^Thats starting to get old dude

Its a little bit different. All i can really do is direct you to some awesome lessons by a guy called.. Tom Colohue here , which should explain it
#4
Progressions and modes don't really go hand in hand, seeing as 2 chord vamps don't really progress anywhere unless you modulate them around. As a guitarist your best bet is to pick up Frank Gambales 'Modes - No more mystery' which covers making modal vamps and shows you the different sound of the modes.

Here's probably the closest thing you'll get to a modal progression

With a key sig of E Aeolian:


E          A         B      E

*  7       9  8      7 5    *
           7  6        3
           3


If you can't read figured bass, the numbers underneath the note tell you which intervals to play above it, a * means a root position triad on the note.
#5
Quote by Bo_Pollock
So,how does it works?Is it just the same as constructing a progression from a major/minor key?



Not at all. In general Modal progressions are a bit more advanced than that. Most people that think they are playing modally, are really only playing in Major or Minor. There are so many confusing explanations from otherwise capable players, that have gotten modes and their applications all wrong. I'd suggest check out the modes sticky. The closest explanation that is on point, is Mike Dodge's detailed breakdown of modes and progressions. The fact is that unless you have a strong theory understanding you'll get sunk if you try to read it and understand it. It will go way over your head. There are many ways to learn theory to the point where you would be able to understand them.

Hope this helps.

Sean