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PostSubject: Classroom language: Encouragement   21st August 2015, 8:48 pm

Fai inspires me to write this topic.
I road her topic  CL:praising that use when students do good things.
So what's about when students do missing?

Here are some encouragement sentences.
 -Keep going/ Don't give up/ You can do it!
 -(You’re) nearly there/ almost there/ getting there/ getting warmer/ getting closer
 -(You’re) getting better
 -(This/ that is/ was) much better than last time/ last week/ yesterday
 -Next time we’ll do it perfectly!
 -(That was a) nice try/ attempt
 -Don't be shy/ No need to be shy/ Don’t hold back
 -No one in the other class managed that/ to finish either
 -Try again (after looking in your books for 30 seconds/ at the beginning of the next lesson/ after I give you this hint)
 -Don't worry about your pronunciation/ how long it takes/ your spelling/ neatness
 -There's no need to rush/ There's no hurry/ We have plenty of time
 -Good try, but not quite right/ Not quite right. Try again/ Do you want to try again? / Have another go
 -You were almost right/ That's almost it/ You've almost got it. Try again
 -You're halfway there/ You're on the right lines. Try changing the…
 -Go on. Have a try/ Have a go/ Have a guess
 -If you don’t know, just guess
 


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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language: Encouragement   23rd August 2015, 10:00 pm

Your topic is useful topic and it can be used in real situation. study  study  study
Encouragement is the good way to support the students.
I think It is very useful in the classroom but I want to share some messages ,too.
In the situation that some students don't want to do anything, teacher have to inspire them by using inspiring quotes. These quotes were written from well known people. Maybe it is difficult for student to understand but it is exciting to interpret. Right? For example,

" It always seems impossible until it is done."
" “Be a student as long as you still have something to learn, and this will mean all your life.”
– Henry L. Doherty

In addition, there are some motive words which are easy to speak such as

Great!, Perfect!, . Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language: Encouragement   5th September 2015, 3:32 pm

13. Great job! Tanta. I like this topic so much cause I am  quite stupid children.
When I do something wrong,maybe my friends laugh to me.
So, they make me afraid to speak English or do another things later.
Therefore, if teacher tell pupils to be confident and don't scare any mistakes,
I think that our students will perfect in English in near future.
Thank you for sharing, I will bring your technique to use in class and English Camp.

Thank you instead our pupils who scare of any mistakes...

queen king farao lol! lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language: Encouragement   6th September 2015, 1:19 pm

Thanks for sharing!! I have the big list of praising and encouraging classroom language.

Praising
Nice work! /Great stuff (everybody/ team A/ this group/ Maria)
(You did a) good/ great job
You (all) did very well
(Very) well done (all the girls/ teams that have already finished)
Perfect/ (A) perfect score/ No mistakes!/ You didn’t make any mistakes (at all)/ You didn't make a
single mistake.
Ten out of ten/ 100%
It’s a (class) record!/ That’s the best this year/ this term/ this week/ today
That’s better than (all) my other classes
That was (at least/ more than/ about) twice as good as your last attempt
Give yourself/ yourselves a pat on the back
Let me shake your hand!/ Give me five!
This team was the fastest, this team was the neatest, and this team wrote the most. Well done
(everybody)!
(That is/ was) (really/ absolutely) excellent/ fantastic/ fabulous/ great/ superb
(That's) (so/ very/ really) good!
Not (too) bad (at all)
That's right! / Exactly!/ That’s (exactly) the correct answer!
Give him a big hand! / Give her a round of applause/ I think that is worth a round of applause/ Put
your hands together for…
Congratulations
Bravo!
Hooray!
(You) got it first time!/ You did it on your first attempt!
You (finally) did it!
(You finished) just in time!
I’m impressed/ That’s (very/ really) impressive
You’ve been a great help/ I couldn’t have done it without you
O.K, I’ll accept that (as an answer)
That's a (very) good/ great/ original/ imaginative suggestion/ idea!
I like that (very much)!
I like this one best/ This one’s my favourite (because…)
That's (a) nice drawing/ story/ ending/ handwriting
That’s very neat/ imaginative/ carefully done/ long/ accurate/ intelligent/ creative
(That is/ was) marvellous/ magnificent/ terrific/ fabulous/ superb/ fantastic
Wow (that was quick)!
I’ll give that a gold star
100/ 1000/ 10000/ a million points for that
I’ll put this up on the wall
(You are) the winner/ the champion(s)! / You have won the game!
(That’s a) good/ great question
You have made a lot of/ good/ excellent progress.
That's more like it / That's much better/ That's a lot better
You've improved (your grammar/ accuracy/ fluency/ pronunciation) a lot
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Don’t change your mind, that was correct/ I think that’s the right answer, I just couldn’t hear you
That's exactly the point/ That's just what I was looking for

Encouragement
Keep going/ Don't give up/ You can do it!
(You’re) nearly there/ almost there/ getting there/ getting warmer/ getting closer
(You’re) getting better
(This/ that is/ was) much better than last time/ last week/ yesterday
Next time we’ll do it perfectly!
(That was a) nice try/ attempt
Don't be shy/ No need to be shy/ Don’t hold back
No one in the other class managed that/ to finish either
Try again (after looking in your books for 30 seconds/ at the beginning of the next lesson/ after I
give you this hint)
Don't worry about your pronunciation/ how long it takes/ your spelling/ neatness
There's no need to rush/ There's no hurry/ We have plenty of time
Good try, but not quite right/ Not quite right. Try again/ Do you want to try again? / Have another
go
You were almost right/ That's almost it/ You've almost got it. Try again
You're halfway there/ You're on the right lines. Try changing the…
Go on. Have a try/ Have a go/ Have a guess
If you don’t know, just guess
You won’t lose marks for wrong answers
Numbers 1 to 7 and 9 are correct. See if you can correct the others.
(That is) nearly/ almost (right/ perfect/ finished)
90% right/ finished. I’ll give you two minutes to finish/ correct the rest
The drawing is great, now try working on the text (a bit more)
Only one mistake
Third time lucky!/ Last try!


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