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PostSubject: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   30th August 2015, 12:54 pm

These expressions use to control the class.
• Please be quiet! Speak quietly! Can’t you speak more softly? No noise, please.
• Stop chatting! Stop speaking! Whisper, don’t shout! Silence! Shut up, will you?
• Please pay attention!
• Don’t do that! Don’t touch! Put that away! • Calm down! Settle down! Sit still!
• Juan, stop bothering David!
• Stop playing with your pencil.
• Stop talking and watch the video.
• Stop talking and listen, please.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   5th September 2015, 2:19 pm

It's very interesting and useful for during teaching, Lookmee.
Sometimes, I don't know how to say some words or sentences to tell/order pupils to stop their doing.
When they play the game or do the activity in the class,
I have to tell/order them to do/stop something.
Thank you for sharing, I will bring your technique to use in class and English Camp.




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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   3rd October 2015, 12:53 am

Thank you for sharing, Lukmee. Laughing Laughing Laughing
These are very helpful.
So, I would like to share some tips for teachers to use your body language to control the classroom.
I think they are related on your topic and useful!!!


-Be at your door to welcome pupils when they arrive. Position yourself almost in the door way so that pupils can't bumble inside in a great mass, they have to slow down and go in individually. It calms them down.

-If pupils are in the classroom already then stride in confidently and greet the class with a loud, clear and upbeat voice. Don't scuttle in looking disorganised even if you are — it makes you look vulnerable.

-Use the whole classroom. Standing behind a desk puts a barrier between you and the pupils so I like to walk around the whole class when talking, using different parts of the classroom to explain concepts. This keeps them on their toes a bit too. I also sometimes stand next to someone being a bit disruptive when talking to a class — they know exactly what you're doing and tend to desist.

-Use your face. I tend to be a bit theatrical (possibly too much), but you can use expression to communicate so much. I look intently for answers from pupils, smile reassuringly when someone looks tentative and adopt a thinking pose (that's a finger to chin) when encouraging students to think over a question. I also try to make eye contact with each student a couple of times in a lesson to let them know I'm aware of what they're up to, good or bad.

-When confronting negative behaviour I have found that physically getting down to their level and talking very softly about the potential consequences of their actions works far better than telling them off in front of their peers. If it is serious then having a word outside the room or after class means they don't get attention from their peers which may have been what they were craving.


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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   10th October 2015, 2:30 am

I have some information about controlling the class to share

‘Sit down, please.’
‘Everyone sit down, please’
‘[Name] sit down, please.’
‘Quiet, please!’
‘[Name] be quiet, please.’
‘Stop talking!’
‘Listen!’
‘Listen carefully!’
‘Listen to me.’
‘Listen to [name].’
‘Listen to the tape.
‘[Name], turn round, please.’ ‘Sit still, please.’
‘Sit still and listen.’
‘Sit still and listen to me.’
‘Sit still and listen to (name).’
‘Sit still and listen to tape.’
‘Look at me, please.’
‘Look at the board, please.’

These are some examples dialogue to help you control class


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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   10th October 2015, 10:51 am

Thank you for useful information "Lookmee".
this is very interesting for me.
I will use it in class.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   15th November 2015, 1:12 am

haha this is so big picture, Downy.

Thank Lukmee so much.

For me, I always say quiet please, listen and pay attention please.


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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   22nd November 2015, 11:42 am

Thank you so much , Lukmee.

Because I don't know how to make the students listen to me.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   23rd November 2015, 10:57 pm

I have some good link to help you control the class more effectively!!!
It is not about the CL but also your gesture and your body language!!
Click the link for more details!!
Link:http://www.theguardian.com/careers/top-tips-for-trainee-teachers-use-your-body-language-to-control-the-classroom

Thanks for sharing anyway! Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   27th November 2015, 9:45 pm

I think the most important to control your class is ..

" Stop immediately when your student start talking "

Let class silence for while and then look at your student.

To show that it's not polite to talk when you are teaching. afro


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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Controlling the class   27th November 2015, 10:33 pm

Oh good, suwara
I've taught many classes when i go for English camp.
and I used it a lot to get attention of students.
It's really help me to teach them.

thank you. Smile

------ Silent is good. -----

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