Classroom Language

 

Classroom Language

·         Write the correct heading for each stage of the lesson.
·         Now you have to write a conversation between the 4 characters.
·         Each character must say at least 2 lines each.
·         You must include some of the phrases from yesterday.
·         Yes the spoken phrases we learnt yesterday.
·         Everyone must write the conversation in their books.
·         You have 20 minutes.
·         How many lines must each character say?
·         Does everyone write it down or just one person
·         How much time do you have?
·         Good morning everyone!
·         We’ll be doing role plays today.
·         Put your bags on the floor, please.
·         We won’t start until everyone is quiet.
·         Ok I think we can start now.
·         Let’s do the register.
·         Say ‘here’ when I say your name.
·         We started 5 minutes ago. Why are you late?
·         Don’t let it happen again, ok?
·         Sit in groups of four please.
·         In your groups, look at the 4 pictures of people and decide who each person is?
·         Decide their name, age, job, nationality, likes, dislikes.
·         Write down notes about each person. They will be characters in a role play.
·         You have 10 minutes to do this.
·         How many people work together?
·         What do you have to do?
·         How long do you have?
·         You have got 5 minutes left.
·         How much have you done?
·         Ok time’s up!
·         Has everyone finished?
·         How far have you got?
·         You’ll have to finish it for homework then. Ok?
·         You will be performing it as a role-play tomorrow.
·         Practice your lines for homework.
·         Two minutes to the end of the lesson!
·         Stop writing! Pens down!
·         Tidy up and put your chairs back in their place.
·         When it’s tidy you can leave.
·         Ok, that’s good. Make a line and wait for the bell.
·         Ok, you can leave now.
·         Well done and see you tomorrow!
·         Can I have a look?
·         How far have you got?
·         That’s very good. Just change the word order here.
·         What tense should that be in?
·         Past simple, perfect!
·         That’s very good. Just change the word order here.
·         What tense should that be in?
·         Past simple, perfect!
·         Don’t worry about your spelling today.
·         Does anyone else need any help?
Classroom Language

           Stage 1: Beginning of Lesson.

 

·         Good Morning everyone!
·         We’ll be doing role plays today.
·         Put your bags on the floor, please.
·         We won’t start until everyone is quiet.
·         Ok I think we can start now.
·         Let’s do the register.
·         Say ‘here!’ when I say your name.
·         We started 5 minutes ago, Why are you late?
·         Don’t let it happen again. Ok?

           Stage 2: Setting up Activity

 

·         Set in groups of four please.
·         In your groups, look at the 4 pictures of people and decide who each person is.
·         Decide their name, age, job, nationality, likes and dislikes.
·         Write down notes about each person. They will be characters in a role play.
·         You have 10 minutes to do this.
·         How many people work together?
·         What do you have to do?
·         How long do you have, ok?

            Stage 3: Extending Activity

 

·         Now, you have to write a conversation between the 4 characters.
·         Each character must say at least 2 lines each.
·         You must include some of the phrases we learnt yesterday.
·         Yes, the spoken phrases we learnt yesterday.
·         Everyone must write the conversation in their books.
·         You have 20 minutes.
·         How many lines must each character say?
·         Does everyone write it down or just one person?
·         How much time do you have?

            Stage 4: Monitoring

·         Can I have a look

 

·         How far have you got?
·         That’s very good: just change the word order here.
·         What tense should that be in?
·         Past simple, perfect!
·         Don’t worry about your spelling today.
·         Does anyone else need any help?

           Stage 5: Finishing Activity

·         You’ve got 5 minutes left.
·         How much have you done?
·         Ok time’s up!
·         Has everyone finished?
·         How far have you got?
·         You’ll have to finish it for homework then, Ok?
·         You’ll be performing it as a role –play tomorrow.
·         Practice your lines for homework.

           Stage 6: End of the Lesson/ Day

·         2 minutes to the end of the lesson?
·         Stop writing! Pens down!
·         Tidy up and put your chairs back in their place.
·         When it’s tidy you can leave.
·         Ok, that’s good. Make a line and wait for the bell.
·         Ok, you can leave now.

Well done and see you tomorrow!

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