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PostSubject: Classroom language: correction or praise   30th November 2015, 11:46 am

When giving correction or praise, try to focus on specific behaviors or examples.
No: Everyone, calm down...behave.
Yes: Everyone, please return to your seats, sit quietly, and put your pencils and pens down. No: Jenny, I like the way you are behaving.
Yes: Jenny, thank you for waiting for your turn to speak. You are being very patient.
No: There is too much talking going on. Pay attention.
Yes: We’ll continue when all mouths are quiet and everyone is ready to listen to Sara.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language: correction or praise   1st December 2015, 12:40 pm

Thanks for sharing!
Here are some more phrases;

• Brilliant! Excellent! Wonderful!
• Good! Good job! Very good!
• Great! Very well done!
• Yes, that’s right. That’s it!
• Nice work!
• Yes! OK!
• That’s not right, try again.
• Not quite right, try again.
• That’s nearly right. That’s better!
• Today I’m happy/not very happy with you.

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