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 Classroom languae : The end of activity

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Join date : 2015-08-06
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PostSubject: Classroom languae : The end of activity   30th November 2015, 7:58 pm

The following sentences are examples of the end of activity, classroom language.

It's time for your feedback.
Whose turn is it to explain the answer?
Who would like to present the solution on the board?
Any volunteer?
Right, let's see what you have come up with.
I'd like to see what each group has found out.
What conclusions have you reached?
Can you write a summary of your results?
Have you been able to prove the statement?
How far did you get in Question 5?
Did you all work that out?
Let's see what approach each group took.
Did you all use the same method to get the result?
Did everyone get this answer for Question 1?
Did anyone come up with a different result?
Those of you with this result, please raise your hands.
Is everyone happy with this answer?

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom languae : The end of activity   30th November 2015, 10:38 pm

I have more phrases to share;

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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