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Unit 5

 

Giving Homework

 

 

 5

 

“Do task 4 on page 20 for your homework.”

 

A   MODEL OF CONVERSATION

Practice the conversation!

  

Mr. Budi   : Do task 4 on page 20 for your homework. 

       Susi   : Sir, I think these exercises are more difficult than the previous

       homework.

Mr. Budi   : Right. The previous one is much easier.

        These exercises will be more challenging for you.

Students   : Okay. Only task 4, Sir?                       

Mr. Budi   : Yes. Can you finish that homework by Friday?   

Students   : Of course, we can, Sir.

                    Any other homework, Sir?

Mr. Budi   : No. That’s enough. Just do the exercises more carefully.

Students   : Okay, Sir.

Mr. Budi   : Next meeting, we’ll study chapter 5, please read it at

                    Home.  Thanks for your attention.  See you next

                    meeting.  

Students   : See you, Sir.

 

 

B   OPTIONAL EXPRESSIONS

Here are some optional expressions based on the conversation above.

 

1   Do task 4 on page 20 for your homework.

  This is your homework for tonight.

  Do exercise 10 on page 23 for your homework!

 

 

2   Can you finish that homework by Friday?

     Can you finish your homework in three days?

     Finish the homework in three days!

 

3   Tomorrow, we’ll discuss chapter 3and  please read it at home.

     Prepare chapter 3 for next meeting!

     Don’t forget to read chapter 3 for next meeting!

 

4   Thanks for your attention

     Thanks for your coming

     Thanks for being with me today.

 

 

C   MORE LANGUAGE EXPRESSIONS

Here are some more language expressions we can use in the classroom!

 

Assigning Homework

Do task 4 on page 20 for your homework!

This is your homework for tonight.

Do exercise 10 on page 23 for your homework!

There is no homework today!

Remember your homework!

Do the homework with your teamwork!

For homework, please do the exercises on page 9!

Tomorrow, we’ll study chapter   6, please read it at home!

Exercise 8 is your homework for tonight.

Do the last two exercises for Monday.

Don’t forget about your homework.

Remember your homework.

 

Giving confirmation

Can you finish that homework by Friday?

Can you finish your homework in three days?

Finish the homework in three days.

I want you to finish the homework before Friday.

You must finish the homework before Friday.

Could you give in your homework on Friday?

Can you collect your homework by Friday?

 

 

Reminding student to do something

Next meeting, we’ll study chapter 3 and please read it at home!

Prepare chapter 3 for next meeting.

Don’t forget to read chapter 3 for next meeting.

Remember to read chapter 3 for next meeting.

Read chapter 3 at home for next meeting.

 

Saying  ‘thank’

Thanks for your attention.

Thanks for your coming.

Thanks for being with me.

Thank you for your patience.

Thank you for your cooperation.

I really thank you all for your full attention.

I would like to thank you very much for your attention.

I would like to say, thanks for your coming today.

Thanks a lot for your attention.

Thanks a million for your attention.

 

Asking for agreement

Do you agree with the answer?

Agree?

Anyone disagrees?

Anyone agrees with the answer?

Anybody doesn’t agree?

Who agrees with the answer?

Who disagrees with the answer?

You're right.

I think so, too.

I agree with you

You could be right.

I disagree.

That's not the point.

No, I think you're wrong.

 

Teacher            ‘Do you agree?’

Student ‘Yes, I do. I agree.’

                                    ‘No, I don’t. I don’t agree.’

                                      (‘I disagree’)

 

Working with Cassette or video recorder

Let’s listen to the cassette now.

Listen to the cassette.

Can you all hear?

Put up your hand if you can’t hear.

Stop talking and listen.

Listen carefully.

Listen again.

I’ll play it again.

Listen and tell me about the story.

Listen and answer the questions.

Let’s watch the video now.

Watch the video.

Can you all see?

Put up your hand if you can’t see.

Stop talking and watch.

Watch carefully.

 

 

D   LANGUAGE FOCUS: Adverb of Manner

Adverb of manner is mostly formed from adjective + ly . And it can be used to show the comparatives expression.

-         Careful – carefully   -           more carefully

-         Slow – slowly                     -           more quickly

-         Quick – quickly                  -           more quickly

-         Happy – happily                 -           more happily

-         Easy – easily                       -           more easily

-         Fluent – fluently                  -           more fluently

 

Some adverbs of manner are irregular which are not formed by adjective+ly .

-         Fast – fast             

-         Hard – hard

-         Good – well

 

Some adverbs of manner can be precede by the adverb of very to emphasize the adverb of manner or more to show comparative degree.

1.      Tina speaks English (more/very) fluently .

2.      We must do it (more/very) seriously .

3.      You must study hard .

The teacher teaches us well .

 

 

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PREFACE

Contents

Syllabus

Unit 1       Starting the Lesson

Unit 2       Drawing Students’ Attention

Unit 3       Checking Students’ Understanding

Unit 4       Asking to the Board

Unit 5       Giving Homework

Unit 6       Giving Command

Unit 7       Concluding the Lesson

Unit 8       Making Questions

Unit 9        Asking and Giving Opinions

Unit 10    Checking Homework

Unit 11    Clarifying Students’ Comment

Unit 12    Saying Goodbye

Appendix    Language Functions

References


 

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