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Chapter 8 Do you still have any questions?

 

Classroom

 

 

A   CONVERSATION

Listen to the teacher, repeat and practice the conversation!

 

TEACHER          : Well, students. Before we conclude our lesson today.

                               Do you still have any questions?1

STUDENTS         : Yes, sir. What are the differences between ….. and …...

TEACHER          : Okay, anyone knows the answer?2

[ NAME ]               : Yes, I’ll try to answer the question, [ TEACHER] .

                               The differences are ………..

TEACHER          : Excellent! Well, there’s the bell!3  

                              Now, check your work!

STUDENTS         : Yes [ TEACHER]

 

 

B   OPTIONAL EXPRESSIONS

Here are some optional expressions based on the conversation above.

 

1    Do you still have any questions?

      Any questions?

      Do you have any questions?

 

2   Anyone knows the answer?

    Anybody knows?

    Any volunteer?

 

3  There’s the bell.                           

     That’s all for today.

     The lesson is over today.                

     We’ve run out of time.

 

C   MORE LANGUAGE EXPRESSIONS

Making Questions

Do you still have any questions?

Any questions?

Do you have any questions?

Who wants to ask some questions?

Raise your hand if you want to ask a question!

Please raise your hand if you don’t understand!

Try to ask questions if you still need explanation!  

 

 

Offering an opinion

  Anyone knows the answer?

  Anybody knows?

  Any volunteer?

  Anyone can answer the question?

  Who knows the answer?

  Who wants to answer the question?

  Who will answer that question?

 

Ending the Class

Ending the class is the final part of the  teaching and learning process. It does not mean that it has no more expression or instruction that the teachers give to their students. There are some kinds of phrases you can use to end the class. 

 

            This is your homework.

            I want you to               do exercise nine.

                                                learn the next chapter.

                                                read chapter ______

 

            Close your book, please!

            Put your books into your bag, please!

 

A number of instructions can be used at the end of a session, these are :

It's time to finish.                             

Have you finished?

Let's stop now!                                 

Stop now!

Let's check the answers!                  

Any questions?

Collect your work please!                 

Pack up your books!

Are your desks tidy?                         

Don't forget to bring your ... tomorrow!

There’s the bell.                               

That’s all for today.

The lesson is over today.                 

We’ve run out of time.

Have a nice weekend!

 

Exploring Options

Let's look at Option 1!

What (do you think) about Task 2?

How about the third alternative?

Let's consider Bob's opinion!

Let's move on to Chapter 2!

What about task 3?

Let's look at the fourth choice!

How about Mary's idea?

Should we move on to the next point?

Before we move on, we need to consider . . .

 

Asking for Elaboration                                            

Could you elaborate (on that)?                     

Could you tell me a little more about it?      

Could you give (me) some details?               

Could you fill me in on that?                        

Could you expound on that?                        

What else can you tell us (about that)?        

Is there anything else you can tell us?          

Is there more to it?

 

Elaborating

To elaborate,

To give you more information,

Let me elaborate.

Let me explain.

Let me tell you a little more.

Let me give you some details

 

Interrupting

Excuse me,

Pardon me,

Sorry to interrupt,

May I interrupt (for a minute)?

Can I add something here?

I don't mean to intrude, but . . .

Could I inject something here?

Do you mind if I jump in here?

 

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