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PostSubject: Useful classroom expressions: giving instructions and asking for information   1st December 2015, 12:32 pm

Instructions are one of the most important language functions in any bilingual setting.

• Please repeat after me. Could you repeat that, please? First listen, and then repeat.
Say it with me.
• Give me some more examples, please.
• Do you understand?
• Alicia, read the next sentence. Can you read this word?
• Look at exercise two. Can you read the instructions, please?
• Keep going.
• Can you speak louder?
• What does .... mean? Can you spell it, please? How do you spell ... , please?
• Is this correct?
• Can you write it on the board, please?
• What’s the English word for ... ?
• Could you repeat that, please? I’m sorry, I don’t understand.
• What page are we on?
• Shall I go on?
• Can we play a game?
• Can I see your exercises, please? Please do the following exercises.
• Has anyone got a spare pen/pencil/rubber?
• Let’s practise that again.
• Who has finished?
• Come here, please. Go back to your seat.
• Look at the board.
• Listen to the cassette. Listen to me.
• Tell me the answer. Write the answers. Read the question.
• Colour the picture. Cut it out. Draw a ... Point to the ...
• Show me your work.
• Put your pencils down.
• Watch the video.

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PostSubject: Re: Useful classroom expressions: giving instructions and asking for information   1st December 2015, 12:32 pm

• Say the whole sentence, please.
• Say it again, please. Say it in English, please!
• Say it more slowly.
• Copy these words into your notebooks.
• Don’t start yet! You can start now.
• Come to the front, please.
• Correct your partner’s work.
• Put your hand up if you don’t understand. Put your hand up if you know the answer.
• Fill in the gaps.
• Match the words and the pictures. Match the words to the pictures.
• Finish the exercise.
• Do the crossword on page seven.
• Look for the words. Unjumble the sentences.
• Let’s play bingo/hangman.
• Can you all see?
• Is that right?
• Pull down the blinds, please. Turn off the tap. Flush the toilet and wash your hands.
• Copy me. Follow me.
• Fold the paper. Stick it on the poster. Put it on the wall.
• Tie your shoe laces.
• Wipe your nose! Blow your nose! Use a hankie! • Bless you!
• Hurry up!
• Hands up! Hands down!

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PostSubject: Re: Useful classroom expressions: giving instructions and asking for information   1st December 2015, 6:13 pm

Additional CL:

Open your books at page 38.
Look at the picture at the top of the page.
Read the first paragraph of the text.
Read the questions.
Read the first verse aloud.
Repeat after me.
Do it again please.
Discuss the questions with your partner.
You have ten minutes.
Okay – start!
Two more minutes.
Okay! Time’s up!
Listen. Now write down what I say.
Thanks for sharing!! Very Happy

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