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PostSubject: classroom language: ending the lesson   28th November 2015, 2:37 am

This is classroom language in ending the Lesson


There will be no homework for today.
For homework, please do the exercises on page 9.
Today’s homework is . . .
Please read pages . . . to . . . for homework.
Tomorrow, we’ll study Lesson 6.

There’s the bell.
That’s all for today.
The lesson is over for today.
We’ve run out of time.

Goodbye, class.
See you on Friday.
Have a good day!
Have a nice weekend!
See you next week.
Good job today.

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PostSubject: Re: classroom language: ending the lesson   28th November 2015, 7:31 pm

Thanks a lot for sharing.
Personally, I think ending the lesson is very important.
Teacher should review the knowledge that he/she have taught by using some questions to check their knowledge and the understanding that the got from this lesson.
And also review the assignments that teacher assigns again in the class.

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PostSubject: Re: classroom language: ending the lesson   28th November 2015, 8:25 pm

Thank you for sharing.
I will bring into the classroom course.

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PostSubject: Re: classroom language: ending the lesson   28th November 2015, 10:21 pm

I would like to share classroom language when ending the class
Before your students leave get them ready for their next class and leave them with a positive message.
• Stop working!
• It’s time to go. It’s time for lunch. It’s break-time.
• See you later! See you tomorrow. See you next week! See you on Monday!
• Put away your things! Books away!
• Clean up! Tidy up!
• Put it in the bin, please!
• Put on your jackets!
• Clean the board, please.
• You worked really well today.
• We learned a lot today.
• Goodbye!/Bye-bye!/Cheerio!
• Enjoy your holidays! Have a nice weekend

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PostSubject: Re: classroom language: ending the lesson   28th November 2015, 11:31 pm

Here are some final greeting classroom language.

"Goodbye"/ "Bye"/ "Bye bye"/ "See you"/ "See you, then"/ "See you then"

"See you later"

"See you tomorrow"

"See you next weekend"

"Goodbye, everyone."

"See you next Wednesday."

"See you tomorrow afternoon."

"See you in room 7 after the break."

"Stand up so we can all say goodbye"

"When I say 'Goodbye everyone', you have to say 'Goodbye teacher, goodbye everyone'. I will then say 'You can now go' and you have to say 'Thank you, teacher'. You can then leave, but quietly of course. Okay. Right, let's practice a couple of times. 'Goodbye everyone'..."


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