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 Post subject: I am a new teacher
PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 1:30 pm 
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Hello
I am a new member in this site . I am Educational practical student now,so
I will be a teacher after 3 weeks I will teach English language
I NEED to know how control the student ,and know the main sentences
used in the classroom [for greeting - encouraging - Reprimand - and any
common sentences in the classroom }
I NEED your advises to be a good teacher

best wishes


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 Post subject: Re: I am a new teacher
PostPosted: Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:28 pm 
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Hi,

I hope you become a good teacher. Unfortunately, there are not many teachers who visit. Mostly students, so nobody is responding to this thread.

Here are some simple phrases that you can use frequently:

"Very good"
"Good job Bobby"
"That is correct. Great job."
"You are correct. Excellent"
"That is the correct answer."

"Not quite. Anybody else?"
"You're almost right, but there is a better answer"
"Don't worry, you'll get better if you study hard"

"Students, please be quiet now. We are going to start class."
"Johnny, please go back to your seat."
"Mary, no talking during reading time."

There is actually many sentences you can use, but hopefully this will help you a little.

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 Post subject: Re: I am a new teacher
PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 10:02 am 
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Hi friend.
Welcome to the world of teaching. I wish you success.
The most important thing that you have do at first is to gain your students' trust.
set a cozy atmosphere in your class and encourage them to speak English.
good catchphrases for you are:
well done.
great.


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 Post subject: Re: I am a new teacher
PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 12:18 am 
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Location: russia
CLASSROOM EXPRESSIONS

to have classes, after class, to stay away from classes
Do you have classes on Saturday?
Good morning! Good afternoon! Good-bye!
Sit down. Go to your place. Stand up! Take your seat.
Who is on duty today?
Is anybody absent today?
What's the pronunciation (spelling of the word?)
Is this right (correct, wrong)?
Go on reading (writing, retelling).
Don't go so fast!
What date is it today? What's the date today?
May I come in?
May I go out?
Shall I read (begin, answer your question)?
What's the English (Russian) for?
Will you repeat it? Can you (could you) repeat it?
Will you pronounce (translate, spell) it?
Will you say it again (once more)?
Please, pronounce (translate, spell) it.
That will do.
Stop talking. Silence, please. Keep silent.
No helping (whispering), please.
to write a test
to do homework orally (in written form, in writing)
to give (to set, to check) homework (hometask)
to collect (to hand in) exercise-books (homework)
to give in (to give out, to hand out) papers
Come (up) to the blackboard!
to clean the blackboard
Wipe the word (sentence) off.
Let the others see the board.
Don't stand in front of the board.
Speak up!
Ask question on (about) the text.
Put questions to the sentence.
May I ask you a question?
May I say it this way?
May I put it like this?
to make a report
to make a mistake, to correct mistakes
How long is it before the bell?
break, in break
at the Dean's office
group register; time-table; list of students
chalk; duster, to wet the duster
head(ear)phones
to switch on (switch off) the tape-recorder (cassette-recorder)
to wind back = to rewind the tape = to play (back) the tape
to plug in, to unplug
The lesson is over.
a (student's) record book
an examination card


ENJOY!


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