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    Expresiones para el aula basico Expresiones para el aula basico Document Transcript

    • Classroom Language: The beginning of the lesson 1. Good morning • Good morning, everybody. • Good afternoon, everybody. • Hello, everyone. • Hello there, James. 2. How are you? • How are you today? • Are you OK? • Did you have a good weekend? 3. Register • Who isn't here today? • Is Maria here today? • What's wrong with Jim today? 4. Time to begin • Is everybody ready to start? • I think we can start now. • Please stop talking and be quiet. 4. Getting started • Open your books on page 5 • Did you do your homework?
    • Classroom Language: Simple instructions SIMPLE ACTIONS • Stand by your desks. • Come in. • Put your hands up. • Go out. • Put your hands down. • Stand up. • Hold your books/pens up. • Sit down. • Show me the exercise. • Come to the front of the class. INSTRUCTIONS • Pay attention, everybody. • Listen to this tape. • We'll learn how to ... • Repeat after me. • Are you ready? • Again, please. • Turn to page ... • Everybody ... • Look at activity five. • You have five minutes to do this. • Can you speak louder, • Who's next? please? • Like this, not like that. • Interview your partner. • Make groups of four. • Turn your desks around. • Find a partner. • Work in pairs/threes/fours/fives. • There are too many in this group. • Can you join the other group? • It's time to finish. • Any questions? • Have you finished? • I’m going to collect your work . • Stop now. • Don't forget to.... • Let's check the answers. Instructions can also be sequenced: • First • Then • Next • Finally • After that
    • Comprehension language: TEACHER STUDENT • Are you OK? • What did you say? • OK so far? • One more time, please. • Do you get it? • Say it again, please. • Do you understand? • I don't understand. • Do you follow me? • I don't get it. • Like this? • Is this OK? • Shall we do this now? Classroom Language: The end of the lesson 1. Time to stop • It's almost time to stop. • Let’s have the break now. • Come back in 10 minutes, ok? • That's all for today. You can go now. • Just a moment, please. 2. Homework • This is your homework for the next class. • Do exercise 10 on page 23 for your homework. • There is no homework today. • Take a worksheet as you leave. • See you again next Wednesday. • Have a good weekend. 3. Next time • We'll finish this exercise next lesson. • We'll continue next Monday.
    • OTHER EXPRESSIONS • Could I get past please? • Well done! • I'll be back in a moment. Carry on with the exercise. • Excuse me, teacher. Can you come? Classroom Language: The language of error correction Here are some phrases that can be used when giving feedback to students: • Very good. • Right! • That's very good. • Yes! • Well done. • Fine. • Very fine. • Quite right • That's nice. • That's right. • I like that. • That's it. • Marvellous! • That's correct. • That's quite right. • Try again • Yes, you've got it. • You've got the idea.