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Unit 12

 

Saying Goodbye

 

 

 12

 “See you tomorrow”

 

 

A   MODEL OF CONVERSATION

Practice the conversation!

 

Mrs. Susan   : My dear students, before ending our lesson, do you still

                       have any questions?

    Students   : Any homework for today, Madam?

Mrs. Susan   : There will be no homework for today.

    Students   : Okay, Madam. Thank you.

Mrs. Susan   : Thank you class for your attention today.

    Students   : You’re welcome, Madam.

Mrs. Susan   : See you tomorrow and have a nice weekend.  

    Students   : See you Madam. Have a nice weekend too.

Mrs. Susan   : Try not to make any noise as you leave.  

    Students   : Yes, Madam.

 

 

B   OPTIONAL EXPRESSIONS

Here are some optional expressions based on the conversation above.

 

1    Goodbye, everyone.

See you again next Wednesday.

See you tomorrow afternoon.

 

2    Get into a queue.

Form a queue and wait for the bell.

Everybody outside!

 

 

C   MORE LANGUAGE EXPRESSIONS

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

Saying good bye.

Thank you for your attention today.             See you tomorrow.

Thank you class for your attention.  See you on Tuesday.’

Thanks for your attention.                           See you on Wednesday.

 

Goodbye, everyone.

See you again next Wednesday.

See you tomorrow afternoon.

See you in room 302 after the break.

Have a good holiday.

Enjoy you vacation.

Good bye, class.

Have a good day!

 

Leaving the room

Get into a queue!

Form a queue and wait for the bell!

Everybody outside!

All of you, get outside now!

Hurry up and get out!

Try not to make any noise as you leave!

Be quiet as you leave! Other classes are still working.

 

The language of spontaneous situations

Sometimes in certain situation, whether it is in the beginning of the session, the middle of the session, or in the end of the session, we like to give spontaneous situation that students do not realize that situation. It, however, is really important to make the class go on having the activity.

Here are some common situations in which spontaneous English can be used:

 

Let's sing "Happy Birthday"!

Happy New Year!                         

All the best for the New Year.

Good luck.

I hope you pass.                            

Congratulations!

Well done!                                    

God bless you all.

What's wrong with you today?                   

Do you feel better today?

What was the matter?                                

I'll be back in a moment.                

I'm afraid I can't speak any louder. 

 

Certain situations

Cheerio now.

God bless you!

Have a nice weekend.

Thanks for your help

Happy birthday!

Merry Christmas!

 

Late-Tardiness

You’re late.

The doors will be locked in ten minutes.

Tardiness reflects a lack of respect for your teacher.

Two lates equals an absence.

Don’t worry: Better late than never, right?

Don’t tell me, you were late, too, right?

You’re not late, you’re just early for tomorrow, right?

 

Class Rules/Regulations

Please raise your hand if you have something to say.

No sleeping in class.

Turn off your cell phone, please.

No cell phone in this room.

Please put your cell phones on silent mode.

Please don’t talk when  I’m talking.

No eating in class.

 

 

D   LANGUAGE FOCUS:   Basic questions of WH-Questions

a.      Basic form

Question word

Auxiliary verb

Subject

Main verb

Where

When

What

Does

is

can

John

Joan

Ben

live?

leaving?

do?

 

 

Questions :       Where does Tina live?

Answer:            She lives in Jakarta.

 

Question :         What is Tom doing?

Answer:            He is reading a science book.

 

Question :         What can you do?

Answer:            I can do my homework.

 

b.      Subject questions

Where the WH-word refers to the subject of the sentence, the word order is not inverted.

            Questions:        Who arrived late?

            Answer:            The boys.

                                    The boys did.

                                    The boys arrive late.

 

            Questions:        Who wanted the book?

            Answer:            Me.

                                    I did.

                                    I wanted it.

 

 

 

 

Featured Articles:

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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