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PostSubject: Comprehension language:   21st August 2015, 5:14 pm

• Are you ready?
• Are you with me?
• Are you OK?
• OK so far?
• Do you get it?
• Do you understand?
• Do you follow me?
• What did you say?
• One more time, please.
• Say it again, please.
• I don't understand.
• I don't get it.
• Like this?
• Is this OK?

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PostSubject: Re: Comprehension language:   21st August 2015, 8:27 pm

More comprehension language for you guys.

-can you read that?
-who has finished?
-have you finished?
-what page is it?
-what exercise is it?
-how do you spell this?
-what is it in line1?

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PostSubject: Re: Comprehension language:   5th September 2015, 4:11 pm

Thank you for sharing, I will bring your technique to use in class.

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PostSubject: Re: Comprehension language:   4th October 2015, 8:38 pm

Thanks for sharing!
I have some suggestions for you about comprehension language.

    An important part of your teaching is checking the students’ comprehension. Do they understand the instructions you just gave them? Do they understand your expectations for an assignment? Do they understand the material you just presented? You have two choices to find out if your students understand:

1. You can ask if they understood. This will result in two possible and usually unsuccessful outcomes:
- They will say yes because they do not want to disappoint you, or suggest your lack of clarity, and they are embarrassed to admit their lack of understanding in front of their peers. Or,
- They will say no, but you will not know what they did not understand – it could be any part of your directions or presentation.

2. You can have your students demonstrate their understanding. You will then know what they understood and what they did not. Below are six suggestions for ways to check for your students’ comprehension, using an example of a dialog that can be used in an intermediate ESOL class. You can easily adapt the six types of comprehension-checks to other kinds of input.

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