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PostSubject: Giving instructions   21st August 2015, 5:18 pm

• Open your books at page 52.
• Come out and write it on the board.
• Listen to the tape, please.
• Get into groups of four.
• Finish off this song at home.
• Let's sing a song.
• Everybody, please.
• All together now.
• The whole class, please.
• I want you all to join in.
• Could you try the next one?
• I would like you to write this down.
• Would you mind switching the lights on?
• It might be an idea to leave this till next time.
• Who would like to read?
• Which topic will your group report on?
• Do you want to answer question 3?

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PostSubject: Re: Giving instructions   21st August 2015, 9:01 pm

I would like to share too.

“Work in pairs/ threes/ groups”
“Change groups”/ “Work with someone different”/
“(Stand up and) work with someone you haven’t worked with (today)”
“Turn around”/ “Turn your chair around”
“Close your books”
“Turn to the next page”
“Student A, turn to page 23. Student B, turn to page 75”
“Deal the cards”
“Shuffle the cards”
“Spread the cards across the table (face up- face down)”
“Revise this before the next lesson”

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PostSubject: Re: Giving instructions   5th September 2015, 4:04 pm

When we become a teacher in the near future then we work at school.
Maybe we will use these tips in  class.Thank you for sharing,
I will bring your technique to use in class.

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PostSubject: Re: Giving instructions   16th September 2015, 4:50 pm

I suggest you more instuctions to use in the classroom
• Please repeat after me. Could you repeat that,
please? First listen, and then repeat.
Say it with me.
• Give me some more examples, please.
• Do you understand?
• Alicia, read the next sentence. Can you read
this word?
• Look at exercise two. Can you read
the instructions, please?
• Keep going.
• Can you speak louder?
• What does .... mean? Can you spell it, please?
How do you spell ... , please?
• A pair of scissors. Has anyone seen my pair
of scissors?
• Some pots of paint. The pots of paint are empty.
• Paintbrushes. Clean your paintbrushes.
• A rubber. There’s a rubber on the floor.
• Glue. Pass the glue, please.
• A piece of sellotape. Cut me a piece of sellotape,
• A drawing pin. A tack. Careful, there’s a tack
on the floor.
• A stapler. Be careful with the stapler. Staples.
Don’t touch the staples.
• A ruler. A ruler is for measuring.
• A cloth. Clean the table with the cloth.
• The puppet. The puppet only speaks English.
• The coloured rods. I can’t find the coloured rods.
• A mask. Let’s make a mask.

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PostSubject: Re: Giving instructions   3rd October 2015, 12:40 am

Thank you for sharing, Imm. Razz  Razz  Razz
I would like to share some instructions in the class that suitable for teachers.

Instructions can also be sequenced:
• First
• Next
• After that
• Then
• Finally

A number of instructions can be used at the end of a session:

• It's time to finish.
• Have you finished?
• Let's stop now.
• Stop now.
• Let's check the answers.
• Any questions?
• Collect your work please.
• Pack up your books.
• Are your desks tidy?
• Don't forget to bring your ... tomorrow.

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PostSubject: Re: Giving instructions   4th October 2015, 4:05 pm

Thanks guys!
These are interesting and useful.
I think giving instruction is very important. If teacher tell it clearly by easy words to understand, students will understand and follow your instruction correctly.

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