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PostSubject: Useful classroom language for moving around in class and action games : Moving desks and chairs   2nd December 2015, 11:59 pm

Moving desks and chairs

“Move two/ three/ four desks together and put your chairs around them”
“Push all the desks back against the walls”/ “Move your tables back (without making a noise/ one at
a time starting at the front)”
“Put your desks back where they were”
“Put your desks into two lines/ rows with your chairs behind/ in front of them”
“Leave your desks where they are and bring all your seats to the front”
“Turn your chairs round (to face the…)”/ “Turn back to face the front”
“Can you two take this table and move it over there? Thank you”
“Any volunteers to move these tables?”
“This table’s in the way, isn’t it? Where can we move it? Is there any space over there?”
“Move your chairs (and tables) so you can all see the TV/ whiteboard/ students performing at the
front”
“Move them (a bit) further back/ forward/ left/ right/ apart/ closer together/ towards the board”
“Leave enough space to move around/ walk between the board and your desk”
“Let’s make a (big) space in the middle/ at the front/ at the back/ in the corner of the classroom”
“Please make sure the desks are straight”

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