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PostSubject: Classroom Language Quiz (7 Questions)   19th November 2015, 9:05 pm

Classroom Language Test (7 Questions)


This is a quiz for non-native speaker teachers of English. Here is some classroom language that you might find useful. It's for different ages and levels of pupils/students. British English.


1. What do you say when you want your pupils to do this?

  A.  Put your hand up if you know the answer.
  B.  Rise your hand if you know the answer.
  C.  Put your hand in the air if you're knowing the answer.


2. You want your students to look at page 33. Which is correct?

  A. Open your book in page 33.
  B. Now please turn on page 33.
  C. Turn to page 33 please.

3.  You don't want students to do this exercise together . What do you say?
  A. Be individual.
  B. Work alone.
  C. Please work lonely.



4. Not allowed in class!

  A. No chew here.
  B. Put your chewing gum in the bin.
  C. Spit it out!



5. Your student has done some very good work. Which one of these wouldn't you say?  

  A. Well done!
  B. Good try!
  C. That's great!
  D. You've done really well.




6. You don't want your students to use their dictionaries yet. Which one of these wouldn't you say?

  A. You can look the words up later.
  B. Try to guess the meaning of words you don't know.
  C. Dictionaries are bad!
  D. We'll look at vocabulary later. So no dictionaries just yet please.



7. Computers are more interesting than teachers!!! So if you are working in the computer lab, when you want your students' attention for a while it's a good idea to tell them...

  A. Turn off your computer and listen to me.
  B. Turn off your monitor and look this way please.
  C. If anyone touches their computer while I'm speaking we'll all go back to the classroom. and do some grammar exercises.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language Quiz (7 Questions)   23rd November 2015, 10:49 pm

Good!
Interesting topic!!
Thanks for sharing!! Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language Quiz (7 Questions)   23rd November 2015, 11:17 pm

Wow.This is a new kind of topic for us and i can check myself about the classroom language.
Thank you so much.
I vote your topic to the best.


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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language Quiz (7 Questions)   25th November 2015, 11:08 am

really nice!
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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language Quiz (7 Questions)   28th November 2015, 2:16 pm

Good topic!!

I can adapt this knowledge of my class

Thank you

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