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PostSubject: Classroom language : classroom expressions   27th November 2015, 8:07 pm

Praise and correction
Instead of just ‘good’ and ‘not very good’ here are some more expressions you can use from the
start when praising or correcting students’ work.
• Brilliant! Excellent! Wonderful!
• Good! Good job! Very good!
• Great! Very well done!
• Yes, that’s right. That’s it!
• Nice work!
• Yes! OK!
• That’s not right, try again.
• Not quite right, try again.
• That’s nearly right. That’s better!
• Today I’m happy/not very happy with you.

Controlling the class
These expressions are among the first that students learn and start using among themselves
spontaneously. Learners like to take on the teacher’s role and control other classmates.
• Please be quiet! Speak quietly! Can’t you speak
more softly? No noise, please.
• Stop chatting! Stop speaking! Whisper, don’t
shout! Silence! Shut up, will you?
• Please pay attention!
• Don’t do that! Don’t touch! Put that away!
• Calm down! Settle down! Sit still!
• Juan, stop bothering David!
• Stop playing with your pencil.
• Stop talking and watch the video.
• Stop talking and listen, please.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : classroom expressions   27th November 2015, 9:30 pm

Good. That is (very) good.
Nice. That is (very) nice.
Excellent. Wonderful.
That's better. Much better.
Not bad.
Correct.
Of course.
Exactly.
Are you sure?
No, that's not (quite) rights.
One word isn't right.
No, that's wrong.
I'll say it again.
You didn't understand the sentence (the word).
Say(Try) it again please.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : classroom expressions   27th November 2015, 10:46 pm

Praise and correction --- [for me]
Instead of just ‘good’ and ‘not very good’ here are some more expressions you can use from the
start when praising or correcting students’ work.
-Nicely done
-Really nice
-Nice one
-Good one
-Well done

Controlling the class
These expressions are among the first that students learn and start using among themselves
spontaneously. Learners like to take on the teacher’s role and control other classmates.

I usually use.
Quiet please.
Hey listen!
Stop speaking please.
Stop doing that please.
be careful!
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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : classroom expressions   28th November 2015, 2:28 pm

Thank you for your sharing useful knowledges "James and Dreammer",
I will apply to my teaching in classroom.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : classroom expressions   28th November 2015, 10:37 pm

I would like to share more idea about the way to praise your students.
-You're on the right track now!
-You've got it made.
-Super!
-That's right!
-That's good.
-You're really working hard today.
-You are very good at that.
-That's coming along nicely.
-Good work!
-I'm happy to see you working like that.
-That's much, much better!
-Exactly right.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : classroom expressions   28th November 2015, 11:27 pm

I also share some praises to you.

-Fine!
-Excellent!
-That's better.
-"I like it when you...
-Hey, you are really sharp, you...
-I'm very proud of you for...
-Thank you for...
-That's a great way of....

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : classroom expressions   28th November 2015, 11:54 pm

Thank you Muay and all of my friends for sharing the useful praises, correction, and language to control the class.
Personally, I use just a few sentences to praise the students, such as '' Great!'' and '' Good job""
Thanks again for sharing. I will use these sentences to praise students in my class surely.

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