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Classroom Language

Classroom Language

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Classroom language survival kit for entry levels in English as a Foreign/Second Language (EFL/ESL). Contains presentation of expressions and suggestions for follow-up practice and games. Two of the slides are intended for Portuguese-speaking students. Please feel free to make the necessary changes.
Classroom language survival kit for entry levels in English as a Foreign/Second Language (EFL/ESL). Contains presentation of expressions and suggestions for follow-up practice and games. Two of the slides are intended for Portuguese-speaking students. Please feel free to make the necessary changes.

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07/10/2013

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Classroom Language

By Natalia Guerreiro - Freguesia Branch

What you say

Can I go to the toilet?

Can I drink some water?

Can I borrow a pencil?

A B

A: Thanks . B: No worries .

Help me please !

?
How do you say “árvore ” in English?

Wait pleas e!

?
I have a questi on.

?

Can I speak

What the teacher says

Listen.

Look (at me/at the board).

In pairs.

n groups.

Check (with your partner).

Open your books to page

Teacher’s Guide
• Target: entry levels (Jr A, Bas1, CEX1), but also other elementary groups (Jr B, Jr C, Bas 2, CEX2). • Procedures:
– Presentation: Use the slides to elicit/teach classroom language. With non-entry levels, skip the section “what the teacher says”. With entry levels, skip the slides you don’t find that relevant not to overwhelm them. – Practice: Elicit all they can remember and write it on the board. Have them test one another in pairs (either by gestures or translation). – Games: There are many possible games for this.
• Charades: divide class in two groups and have them mime the expressions you give them in slips of paper. • Run & Sit: ask sts to line up in two different rows. Show a slide. The first of each line has to run and sit on the teacher’s chair to give the correct answer. (A variation of this game for small groups is have them compete individually. The person to answer will be the one to first grab an object you designate beforehand, for e.g., a teddy bear or your pencil case.) • Run & Find: spread the sentences around the classroom (either on the floor or

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