Friday, September 5, 2014

Classroom Language (Bahasa Yang Digunakan Dalam Ruang Kelas)


Classroom Language (Bahasa Yang Digunakan Dalam Ruang Kelas) - Classroom Language atau bisa disebut juga dengan bahasa yang kita pergunakan dalam ruang kelas. Classroom Language adalah materi pembahasan pembelajaran yang saya pelajari dan disini saya ingin berbagi kalimat/teks yang biasa digunakan didalam kelas. Mari kita belajar dan memahaminya.

Greetings/Small Talk
  • Good morning everybody/class.
  • Good afternoon everyone/class.
  • How are you?
  • What's up?
  • Have a nice day?
  • Let us wrap up for today.
Magic Words 
  • Please.
  • Thank you.
  • I am sorry.
  • Excuse me.
  • No, Thank you.
  • Pardon.
  • I appreciate it.
  • You are welcome.
  • My pleasure.
Giving Instructions In Class
  • Listen carefully.
  • Attention Please!
  • Look at me!
  • Listen to what your classmates are saying.
  • May I have your attention please?
  • I want everyone to look at the board.
  • Do you understand?
  • That is right.
  • That is what I meant. Let me say it again.
  • I mean...
  • You got it...
  • That is quite right...
  • This is what I want you to do...
  • Can I help you?
  • Do you follow me?
  • Are you with me?
  • No daydreaming, listen to your classmates.
  • Here we go...
  • Can you speak louder, Please? I can't hear you.
  • Now lets go/move on to...
  • Please pronounce each word slowly.
  • Go to active conversation/writing connection.
  • Please compleate this section/part in 5/10/... minutes.
  • Repeat each word after me.
  • Say it together.
  • Swap your book with the person next to you and...
  • Exchange your work with your partner.
  • Exchange your work with the person sitting next to you.
  • Can you check you work again?
  • Grade your classmate's work.
  • Mark the work of person sitting next to you.
  • Ready? Are you ready?
  • That's correct.
  • Let's go start.
  • Say it one more time.
  • Do you have any questions before we move forward.
  • Should I move on?
  • Is everything clear?
  • Any question?
  • Can you repeat what I said?
  • Can you speak louder?
  • That is god but can you repeat it in complete sentence?
  • Read loudly.
  • Do not scream or shout.
  • Read quietly.
  • Read with you partner.
  • Whose turn is it?
  • Who is next?
Using Textbook
  • Take out your text books.
  • Open your books.
  • Go to page...
  • Turn to next activity.
  • Open your book and go to...
  • Open page number...
  • Turn over to next page.
  • Let's move to next activity on page...
Organizing Pair Work And Group Work
  • Let's work in pairs.
  • Chose your partner.
  • Pair up.
  • Now let's get into groups of 6/5/4/3.
  • In groups of 6/5/4, please
  • Time for group work.
  • Can Lana join your group? She doesn't have a group as she came late.
  • Remember, everyone has to participate.
  • Everyone must give his or her input in the discussion.
  • Move around the classroom without making noise.
Encouraging Students To Ask/answare questions
  • Who knows the answare?
  • Raise your hand.
  • Volunteer please.
  • Anyone else wants to try?
  • Come on, dear, you try.
  • Who wants to read?
  • That's good, come and read.
  • Come and di it on the board.
  • Good try, but it is not correct. Try again.
  • Let's do it together.
  • You are doing it perfectly.
  • What do you think about it.
  • What is your opinion? It is OK to share.
Asking Students To Hand In Their Homework
  • Have you done your homework?
  • Those of you who haven't done the homework, please raise your hand.
  • Give me good reason for not doing your work.
  • This is not a good excuse.
  • Please put your homework on my desk.
  • Siti, can you collect everyone's work, thank you?
  • If you haven't done your homework, do it as soon as possible.
  • Hand in your work.
Praising Your Students
  • Good job!
  • Excellent work!
  • Fantastic work!
  • Well done!
  • That's right!
  • Terrific job!
  • Your are correct.
  • Good thinking.
  • That's an excellent question.
  • Perfect work.
  • Very creative.
  • I am so proud of you.
  • You have made me proud.
  • Good try.
  • You can do better than this.
  • I have complete faith in you.
  • Good job! that is perfect.
  • That's an excellent question.
Instructions For Test
  • Please write your name and class on the test.
  • Read carefully before starting the test.
  • Use black pen/pencil only.
  • Ask if you do not understand anything.
  • Time is up.
  • Stop writing.
  • Five more minuts left.
  • Please stop.
  • Put your pens down.
  • Leave your tests on your desk.
  • Bring your tests here.
  • Is everyone done?
  • Has everyone submitted their tests?
Wishing The Students
  • Have a good day!
  • Happy birthday!
  • Many manny happy returns of the day!
  • Good luck!
  • All the best!
  • Best wishes!
  • Good luck for your exams.
  • Good luck for the competition. I hope you are victorious.
  • Get well soon!
  • Have good holidays!
  • Happy new year!
  • Enjoy your holidays!
Ending The Class
  • Let's recap before we go.
  • Can you summarize what I said?
  • OK class, we will stop here.
  • We will continue next week.
  • Let's wrap it for this week.
  • Do you have any questions before we end this class for today?
  • Any questions before we stop?
  • Let's stop here.
  • Before we stope, tell me what have you learnt today.
  • Since we finished early, how about we play a game?
  • There are few minutes left, you can check your work again.
  • Saved by the bell, we will continue next week.
  • No time left, Let's continue in next class.
  • OK every one, let's call it a day.
  • Goodbye everyone!
  • Have a nice day!

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