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 Expresiones para el Aula : The beginning of the lesson

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PostSubject: Expresiones para el Aula : The beginning of the lesson    9th August 2015, 9:52 pm

Classroom Language: The beginning of the lesson


1. Good morning
• Good morning, everybody.
• Good afternoon, everybody.
• Hello, everyone.
• Hello there, James.
2. How are you?
• How are you today?
• How are you getting on?
• How's life?
• How are things with you?
• Are you feeling better today, Bill?
3. Introductions
• My name is Mr/Mrs/Ms Kim. I'm your new English teacher.
• I'll be teaching you English this year.
• I've got five lessons with you each week.
4. Time to begin
• Let's begin our lesson now.
• Is everybody ready to start?
• I hope you are all ready for your English lesson.
• I think we can start now.
• Now we can get down to work.
5. Waiting to start
• I'm waiting for you to be quiet.
• We won't start until everyone is quiet.
• Stop talking and be quiet.
• Settle down now so we can start.
6. Put your things away
• Close your books.
• Put your books away.
• Pack your things away.
7. Register
• Who is absent today?
• Who isn't here today?
• What's the matter with Jim today?
• What's wrong with Jim today?
• Why were you absent last Friday, “”?
8. Late
• Where have you been?
• We started ten minutes ago. What have you been doing?
• Did you miss your bus?
• Did you oversleep?
• Don't let it happen again.


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PostSubject: Re: Expresiones para el Aula : The beginning of the lesson    15th August 2015, 3:59 pm

Here is furthermore for teacher
: "Hi everyone. Just let me put my things down here and we'll get started."

"Morning. Not many people here yet? / Where is everyone?" [gesture looking at empty seats and then as if searching for those people in the corners of the room]


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PostSubject: Re: Expresiones para el Aula : The beginning of the lesson    19th August 2015, 11:34 am

For you story, I understand well but what is "para el Aula" of your topic?

Before I start the lesson I will also ask them the homework.

Here is more some of classroom languages :the beginning of the lesson.
It's Asking students about homework business.
-Who has not done the homework?
-Put up your hand if you haven’t handed in your homework. Tell me your class number.
-Who didn’t hand in the homework to the homework collector this morning?

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PostSubject: Re: Expresiones para el Aula : The beginning of the lesson    9th September 2015, 6:42 pm

Thank you for sharing this information.
My future classroom will be my interesting about the beginning of my classroom.


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PostSubject: Re: Expresiones para el Aula : The beginning of the lesson    16th September 2015, 4:39 pm

These are more examples about the sentences that use for the biginning of the class.
Build up a set of routines at the beginning
of the class. Students will grasp this language
very easily.
• Hello! Hi! Good morning! Good afternoon!
• Take off your jackets, please. Close the door,
please. Write the date on the board, please.
• Take out your books, please. Give out the books,
please. Alicia, share your book with Laura, please.
• Exercise one at the top of page three.
Activity two at the bottom of page three.
Which exercise are we doing?
• Work in groups of three. Work in pairs.
Work on your own.
• Have you done your homework?
• Juan isn’t here today. He is not well.
• Have you got a pencil? Can I borrow your
rubber? Can you lend me a rubber, please?
• Ready? Let’s start. David, you start.
• What did you say Juan?
• Just a moment. Wait a minute. Hold on a second

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