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PostSubject: Classroom language when playing games    21st August 2015, 9:12 pm

Game is the favorite activity in classroom.
Here are some classroom language for teacher when playing game.

"Are you ready?"
"Whose turn is it"
"Take it in turn"
"You are next"
"start now"
"it's time to stop"
"Everyone stop now"
"have you finished?"
“Who wants to go first?”/ “After you”/ “Ladies first”
“It’s your turn”/ “You’re next”
“Who’s next?”/ “Whose turn is it?”
“Can you pass me the dice/ pack of cards/ worksheet please?”
“Do you understand what we have to do?”
“Can you explain the grammar/ game/ vocabulary for me?”
“Work in pairs/ threes/ groups”
“Change groups”/ “Work with someone different”/ “(Stand up and) work with someone you haven’t worked with (today)”
“Deal the cards”
“Shuffle the cards”
“Spread the cards across the table (face up- face down)”



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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language when playing games    5th September 2015, 4:02 pm

It's very interesting and useful for during teaching,Tanta.
When they play the game or do the activity in the class,
I have to tell/order them to do/stop something.
Thank you for sharing, I will bring your technique to use in class and English Camp.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language when playing games    4th October 2015, 9:00 pm

Thanks Namtan!
I have some words which frequently use when play games to share.

- Roll a/ the dice
- Board (game)
- Counter
- Team
- Winner (= First place)
- Second place (= Runner up)
- The wooden spoon (= Last place)
- (Flip/ Toss a) coin/ Heads or tails?
- Paper scissors stone/ Rock paper scissors
- (Move) clockwise/ anticlockwise (= counter clockwise)
- Bonus question
- Joker
- Pass (to the next player)
- Cheating
- Minus one point/ Take away a point
- Clue/ Hint
- Shuffle/ Mix (up)
- Deal (out)
- (My/ Your/ His/ Her/ This team's) turn
- Points
- Add up (the points)/ The total (score)
- Round one/ The first round

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language when playing games    10th October 2015, 3:10 pm

Thanks, Namtan.
I would like to share some pharses/sentences for finishing the game.

Finishing games

(Go) back to your seats

That was fun, wasn't it? / Did you have fun?

Time's running out! / Only 10 seconds left. Ten, nine...

Hurry up!

Time's up/ Three, two, one, zero! / Game over! / The game is over

(There will be) (just) one more question/ round

How many points did you get? / Add up your scores/ Count up your points/ cards

Stop there


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