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PostSubject: Classroom Language: The end of the lesson    21st August 2015, 10:54 pm

Classroom Language: The end of the lesson
 

1. Time to stop
• It's almost time to stop.
• I'm afraid it's time to finish now.
• We'll have to stop here.
• There's the bell. It's time to stop.
• That's all for today. You can go now.
2. Not time to stop
• The bell hasn't gone yet.
• There are still two minutes to go.
• We still have a couple of minutes left.
• The lesson doesn't finish till five past.
• Your watch must be fast.
• We seem to have finished early.
• We have an extra five minutes.
• Sit quietly until the bell goes.
3. Wait a minute
• Hang on a moment.
• Just hold on a moment.
• Stay where you are for a moment.
• Just a moment, please.
• One more thing before you go.
• Back to your places.
4. Next time
• We'll do the rest of this chapter next time.
• We'll finish this exercise next lesson.
• We've run out of time, so we'll continue next lesson.
• We'll continue this chapter next Monday.
5. Homework
• This is your homework for tonight.
• Do exercise 10 on page 23 for your homework.
• Prepare the next chapter for Monday.
• There is no homework today.
• Remember your homework.
• Take a worksheet as you leave.
6. Goodbye
• Goodbye, everyone.
• See you again next Wednesday.
• See you tomorrow afternoon.
• See you in room... after the break.
• Have a good holiday.
7. Leaving the room
• Get into a queue.
• Form a queue and wait for the bell.
• Everybody outside!
• All of you get outside now!
• Hurry up and get out!
• Try not to make any noise as you leave.
• Be quiet as you leave. Other classes are still working.
• It's tidy up time (Eva Vigil suggested it)
• Line up  (Eva Vigil suggested it)

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: The end of the lesson    23rd August 2015, 9:37 pm

Here are some more Classroom Language: The end of the lesson.

Time to stop
-That's all for today.
-We've run out of time.
-Put your books and pencils away/ in your bag.
-Close your books.
-Pack your things away.
-You may pack away now.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: The end of the lesson    5th September 2015, 3:39 pm

This is the benefits of our teaching in the near future, Nang.
When we become a teacher then we work at school.
we will bring/use these expression to tell/order to our pupils.
Thank you for sharing, I will bring your technique to use in class.

queen king farao lol! lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: The end of the lesson    5th September 2015, 6:03 pm

Additional CL for finish classes

Hurrying up the final activity
“Just five minutes till the end of the class, so just two minutes more for that activity”
“One minute!… Thirty seconds!…Ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one, a half, a quarter, an eighth, a sixteenth, stop!!”
“Just finish that sentence/ exercise/ paragraph/ question and then put your pens down”

Packing up/ Finishing the last activity
“Put your books and pencils away/ in your bag”
“Okay, time up. Close down all the programs but don’t turn the computers off”
“Put your books away.”
“Pack your things away.”
“You may pack away now”

Summarizing and reviewing the class
“You’ve done really well today”
“We didn’t have time for the roleplays/ a free speaking activity/ to go through the homework, so we’ll do that next week”
“Let’s go through what we’ve studied today one more time”
“Let’s tick the things on the lesson plan on the board that we did/ that you can now do”
“Do you feel more confident about the test/ using the Present Perfect Continuous now?”
“I think you’ll find what we studied today really useful when you study abroad/ use English at work/ write essays, especially…”
“The aims of today’s lesson were…, so I think we achieved…”
“Well, I didn’t expect to (be talking about)… but it was very useful/ interesting, I reckon”

Talking about the next lesson
“We’ll do the rest of this chapter next time.”
“We’ll finish this exercise next lesson.”
“We’ve run out of time, so we’ll continue next lesson.”
“We’ll continue this chapter next Monday.”
“The next class starts at 5 o’clock”
“We’ll practice that one more time next week”
“Right, I think we have no more problems with the passive now. Next week we will move onto…”
“Today’s lesson was hard work, so we’ll do something a little easier/ a bit more fun in the next class”
“It’s been mainly grammar today, so next week we’ll do more skills work/ vocabulary/ speaking”
“I was pleasantly surprised by how easy you all found that. I’ll have to think of something more difficult for next week!”
“When is the next lesson?”
“Did I tell you (all) that the next lesson is in the main hall/ in the Self Access Centre?”
“So, remember next week is a holiday. So I’ll see you in two weeks/ the week after next”
“Oh yes, you’re right, there’s a holiday. In that case, I’ll see you the week after next”
“I’m on holiday next week, so they’ll be a cover teacher/ replacement teacher…”
“We’ll start the next lesson by../ with the next person’s presentation”
“We’re finishing this lesson a little early/ late, so the next lesson will start at 9:35”
“Please don’t be late for the second lesson”
“Please apologise to your next teacher for me making you late”
“You’d better hurry to your next lesson (but no running in the corridors)”
“We’ve finished the book! So, next lesson we’ll do some revision before the final test at the end of term”
“And that is the end of Unit 3. Next week we’ll do a little revision and start unit 4”

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: The end of the lesson    12th September 2015, 12:00 pm

This is a lot of benefits for me.
I will try to use it more than.
I will apply your technique to use with my teaching in class.
Thank you for sharing a good knowledges Nang.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: The end of the lesson    12th September 2015, 9:14 pm

Wow, this is amazing things to say before ending the classroom.
I learn a lot from this topic.
I definitely use it all for my future classroom.
And I will save this to my Classroom Language Using List.
Thank you very much for sharing this.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: The end of the lesson    4th October 2015, 9:07 pm

Thanks so much!
These sharing are very interesting and useful!
I will adapt with my future teaching.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: The end of the lesson    2nd December 2015, 1:52 pm

These sentences are very useful and I hope I will have a chance to use in in real situation someday.

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