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1 (Beginning a class)

(1)Let s start now / Let s begin our class / lesson (2)Stand up, please (3)Sit down,
please 2 (Greeting)
4Hello, boys and girls / children
5Good morning, class / everyone / everybody / children / boys and girls
6Good afternoon, class / everyone / everybody / boys and girl s 7How are
you today? 3 (Checking attendance)
8Who s on duty today? / Who s helping this morning / today ? 9Is
everyone / everybody here / present? 10Is anyone away? / Is anybody away?
11Is anyone absent? / Is anybody absent? 12Who s absent? / Who s away?
13Where is he / she?
14Try to be on time / Don t be late next time 15Go back to your seat,
please 16What day is it today? 17What s the date today? 18What s
the weather like today? 19What s it like outside? 4 (Announcing)
(20Let s start working / Let s begin / start a new lesson / Let s begin / start our
lesson
(21) First, let s review / do some review (22) What did we learn in the last lesson?
(23) Who can tell / remember what we did in the last lesson / yesterday? (24) Now
we re going to do something new / different / Now lets learn something new
(25) We have some new words / sentences 5 (Directing attention) (26)
Ready? / Are you ready?
(27) Did you get there? / Do you understand? (28) Is that clear? (29) Any
volunteers?
(30) Do you know what to do? (31) Be quiet, please / Quiet, please (32) Listen,
please
(33) Listen carefully, please
(34) Listen to the tape recorder / the recording (36) Look over here (37) Watch
carefully (38) Are your watching?
(39) Please look at the blackboard / picture / map (40) Pay attention to your spelling
/ pronunciation 6 (Classroom activities) (41) Start! / Start now

(42) Everybody together / All together


(43) Practise in a group / Practise in groups / In groups, please (44) Get into groups
of three / four (45) Everybody find a partner / friend (46) In pairs, please
(47) One at a time / Let s do it one by one
(48) Now you, please / Your turn ( Students name). (49) Next, please Now you do
the same, please (50) Let s act / Let s act out / do the dialogue (51) Who wants to be
A? (52) Practise the dialogue, please
(53) Now Tom will be A, and the other half will be B (54) Please take (play) the part
of (55) Whose turn is it? (56) It s your turn
(57) Wait your turn, please (58) Stand in line / Line up
(59) One by one / One at a time, please (60) In twos / In pairs (61) Don t speak out
(62) Turn around 7 (Request)
(63) Could you please try it again? (64) Could you please try the next one? (65) Will
you please help me? 8 (Encouraging) (66) Can you try? (67) Try, please
(68) Try your best / Do your best (69) Think it over and try again (70) Don t be
afraid / shy 9 (Issuing a command) (71) Say / Read after me, please (72)
Follow me, please (73) Do what I do
(75) Once more, please / One more time, please (76) Come here, please
(77) Please come to the front / Come up and write on the blackboard (78) Come and
write it on the blackboard (79) Please go back to your seat (80) In English, please
(81) Put your hand up, please Raise your hand, please (82) Put your hands down,
please / Hands down, please (83) Say it / Write it in Chinese / English (84) Please
take out your books
(85) Please open your books at page / Find page / Turn to page
(86) Please answer the question / questions / Please answer my question(s ). (87)
Please read this letter / word / sentence out loud / Please read out this letter / word /
sentence
(88) Please stop now / Stop now, please / Stop here, please (89) Clean up your
desk / the classroom, please
(90) It s clean up time / Tidy up your desk / the classroom

(91) Put your things away / Clean off your desk / Pick up the scraps (92) Clean the
blackboard
(93) Plug in the tape recorder, please (94) Put the tape recorder away (95) Put the
tape in its box / cassette (96) Listen and repeat (97) Look and listen (98) Repeat
after me (99) Follow the words
(100) Fast / Quickly! / Be quick, please (101) Hurry! / Hurry up, please (102) Slow
down, please (103) Slowly
(104) Bring me some chalk, please 10 (Prohibition and warning) (105)
Stop talking / Stop talking now, please (106) Don t talk / Everybody quiet, please
(107) Don t be silly (108) Settle down 11
(109) Good, thank you
(110) Good! / Very good / Good job / Good work / Good example (111) A good
answer / Nice work
(112) Excellent / Great! / Well done / Very good / I like the way you (113) That s
interesting!
(115) OK! / That s OK (116) I don t think so
(117) That s not quite right, any other answers? / That s close / That s almost right
(118) Not quite, can anyone help him / her? / Try again (119) A good try
12 (Setting homework) (120) For today s homework
(121) Practise after class / Practise at home (122) Say it out loud, before you write it
down (123) Copy / Print / Write each word twice
(124) Remember (Memorize) these words / sentences (125) Learn these words /
these sentences / this text by heart (126) Do your homework / Do the next lesson /
Do the new work 13 (Dismissing the class) (127) Hand in your workbooks,
please (128) Time is up (129) The bell is ringing (130) There s the bell (131) There
goes the bell (132) Let s stop here (133) That s all for today (134) Class is over
(135) Goodbye / Bye / See you next time
A. 1.Great. 2.Well done. 3.Absolutely right. 4.Definitely
correct 5.Right to the point. 6.Very good 7.Terrific. 8.Fabulous. 9.Exactly.
10.Congratulations. 11.Good effort 12.Nice job. 13. Good answer 14.What an
example! 15. Creative ideas. 16.Congratulations.

18. High five. 19.Low five.


20. You never make people disappointed 21. Youve hit the point. B.
1.You are reasonable, but you need a complete answer. 2.Its much closer to the
right answer. 3. Almost , but change another standing point. 4.A little bit closer , but
think of the
5.You are creative. I suppose you cant tell what you are thinking about. 6.You are
around the point, but go straight ahead. There is a short cut. 7.Lets collect all the
different ideas and then it might be clearer.
8.Your own viewpoint, isnt it? Lets see what the other people are thinking about.
9. You need a further discussion after class.
10.Quick-minded. But your reply is not the answer. My question is 11. Your idea
is right, but try to say it in complete sentences C.
1.I am sure you are nervous so that you make a mistake. 2.Well,Can anybody help
him? 3.Is it? Any other answers?
4.You will soon find the totally right answer. 5.I am sure you will prepare the lesson
before hand. 6.I wish I could help you more in writing.
7.If only you could put more attention to listening to the teacher than merely taking
notes.
8.Your reply is not the answer. Do you need a relaxation to concentrate yourself?
9.Dont keep silent. Or you will hide your light under the bushel. D.
1.You are great. Im proud of you for your progress.
2. You have made fabulous improvement and I dont doubt that you will succeed
sooner or later.
3.Wonderful. I appreciate what you have done in your learning and I believe you
will be among the top in the class. 4.Unique ideas. I hadnt even thought of that.
5. You have made a better English speaker than days ago, I dare say. 6.You always
have interesting ideas.
7.The harder you work, the sooner you will improve. 8.Clap our hands. He really
grows a new person () Greetings Good
afternoon, class 4. Good morning, everybody. Good afternoon, everyone. Good

morning, boys and girls. Good afternoon, children. How are you all today? Are you
all well this morning?
(Beginning a chat) Well, did you have a good
weekend? Well, did you enjoy the holiday?
Well, what did you do yesterday evening? Tell me what you did at the weekend?

Oh, you\'ve got a new dress on. It\'s very nice. Oh, you\'ve got a new hair style.
(Checking attendance) 1
Right ! I\'m going to call the row. OK ! Listen while I call your names. Now ! I\'ll
take the register.
Quiet f now, please. Listen while I see if you\'re all here. 2
Now ! Let\'s see who\'s absent. Right ! Let\'s see if anyone\'s away. Is anybody
absent? Is everybody here? 3. Oh, are you new? OK, are you a pupil?
You have just come to this class (school), haven\'t you? Where do you come from?
What\'s your name? Do you like the school? Welcome to our class. 4.
Where\'s Wang Hai?
Does anyone know where Li is?
Can anyone tell me where Liu has gone? Who knows when he will be back? Han
Meimei is ill today, isn\'t she? 5.
You were absent for three lessons last week.
Oh, I\'m sorry.
You\'ll catch up l won\'t you? Don\'t worry.
You\'ve been absent for days, haven\'t you? You were away last lesson, weren\'t
you? \' What was the matter? Why were you away? Are you better?
How are you feeling now? Do you feel better?
Well, Jane, ask your friends to help you.
OK, you\'d better ask your neighbour to tell you what we've done. Come and see me
after the lesson, OK?

Now, let me introduce myself. I\'ll just tell you a bit about myself. My name is...,
spelt...
I\'ve been teaching in the school for 1O years. I come from Shanghai.
I worked for a newspaper until last year. And what about you?
Will you introduce yourselves?
T: I went to the Summer Palace () Yesterday. Did any of you go? No?...
Well, () What did you do, -.. er... Zhang Hong.
Zhang:... er... I-. - er. -. in home. () T: Oh, you stayed at home.
( ) Zhang: Yes, I stay at home.
T: OK, you stayed at home. () What did you do then? Zhang:... TV...
T: Oh, you watched television 9 didn\'t you? Which programme? :
Tell me what you did 1ast night.
Will you te11 me a bit about your weekend? Could you tell us more about the
programme? How did you like yesterday\'s party? (Suggesting) Let\'s go
through the text.
Could you open your textbook and find Ex. 5 on page 45? Will you all think of
some questions to ask each other? Will you get together in groups and discuss the
idea? Try to think it out for yourself.
Let\'s work out how you could plan your piece of writing.
Now you\'ve answered all the questions in full. You need to say a bit more about
that.
You\'d better get that right.
(Directing students\' attention) Quiet, now, please. Let\'s work in
pairs. Will you face the people in front of you? Fine. Look again carefully. Are you
ready to listen? Are you all listening? OK, then.
Now then something new! Let\'s change the topic. That was quite good, let\'s do it
once more. (Making polite requests)
Could you possibly plug the cassette player in for me? Can you check thetch is on?
Will you go and fetch some chalk? Will you find the wall charts?

Has anybody seen the stick/tape/drawing pins? Please could you put it up here?
Please would you mind cleaning the board? (Giving instructions) 1.

You\'d better listen again. Will you listen carefully?


Now listen to the sound [a:].Not [a ], like this - you try. Don\'t forget it\'s [[] not [a ]
in and.
Now listen. There\'s something different, What\'s different? Listen. 2.
Suppose a friend needs advice on the subjectYou could agree with the other person and say something else. You may ask the
reason.
Shal1 1 demonstrate? Keep to the same pattern, ~ OK? What do you think the
author will say next? I\'ll give you a cue. It\'s something to do with -.
Let me give you some help. When did the man use the word? 3.
You\'d better put them togetherAsk each other questions to find out what is different. Look at the sentence before
and see if you can guess. capital letters.
You fill the blanks in these sentences, then write them neatly. 4.
Look at what I\'m doing. You may do as I do.
Please look at my mouth, like this -. (Announcements) 1
Today we\'re going to do three main things.
First l I\'m going to introduce a few new words about weather. Then you\'re going to
write a dialogue and act it out. After that, we are going to learn a new song. 2.

I have something to tell you before you go.


There\'s a club meeting on Saturday. If you want to attend it, please write your name
on thispiece of paper. 3.
Well, now, we\'re going to practise a short dialogue. l want to introduce to you a
new programme now. (Explaining)

Listen to me and I\'ll explain the meaning of the word. Let me use the picture to
show its meaning. The word ends in \'tion\' so it must be a noun- Let\'s see if you
can guess. I\'ll give you an example: -. We can use this sentence to express -.
What does it mean in the context? It\'s clear that the man used it to blame the boy.
Look at the picture here- The man is standing by the window. Perhaps he is
interested in
What is happening in the street.
What might happen in a few minutes? The boy is getting angry with Mary.
There are three people sitting by the river. They are looking at the ship. The ship is
very beautiful. (Forbidding)
T: OK t everybody. Quiet now please! No more talking.
Wang Hai, stop chatting now. And you, Li Guang! Whose turn is it? S: It\'s my turn.
(......) No talking! No chatting
Stop making a noise. Without disturbing the others.

Please will you stop interrupting the others J Would you mind not whispering?

There\'ll be trouble if you go on disturbing the others\' I\'ll report you to Miss Zhou
if you go on being silly ! :
You shouldn't be have (be behaving) like that! Why are you passing notes? You
can\'t copy ! Do it on your own ! No dreaming1 Wake up! - Stop turning round !

No writing while I\'m talking.


Don\'t move your lips while (you\'re) reading.
No, Wang Hai, that\'s not the way to learn English properly\' No, Han Meimei, it\'s
not good to do pair practice like that- You\'re doing it the wrong way.
(Issuing a command) By yourself. This is practice for the exam. Books closed.
Back into groups, each person can say it in turn. You work in twos with two
pictures. Silence. Quiet please. Stop now.

Watch how I write it. Watch how to do it.


Now, turn round, face the back ) without looking at the board.
(Warning)
Careful. This is a hard sentence- Don\'t forget to write neatly.
Make sure your spaces between words are clear. See that your \'U\'s are different
from your \'v\' s. Copy them taking care with spelling. Watch your punctuation.
(Evaluating) Wonderful ! Good ! Very good J That was good. Not badThat was a little better, but...
That\'s much better, but you forgot something when you pronounced Don\'t you
think you have made a little progress? Nearly right, but you\'d better... That was not
quite right, you didn\'t... That doesn\'t sound very good.
Not really ! /Not quite! /Watch me and I\'ll show you. :

(Beginning the lesson) Now, who can remember what we did


last lesson? Well, can any of you tell me what we practised last time?
OK, l want a student to tell us what we learned/read about/used last lesson.
Remember?
Do you remember these pictures?
We used the pictures and the cards, didn't we? We practised a talk about sports,
right? Let\'s go over it again.
Let\'s read the sentences once more. What about having another practice? How
about revising them once more?
(Announcing the teaching pIan) first/first of all/and then/later
(on)/after that/finally/by the end of-. - etc.
one. ... /two... /three... /four..\' Practise a dialogue Learn something now
Do some read ing / w rit ing / note tak ing Have some conversation practice Do
some role play
in a few minutes/half way through the lesson/when we\'ve finished... /near the end
of the lesson/at the end of the lesson
if we have enough time/if time permits/if there\'s time/perhaps we may spend a few
minutes on...

By the end of the lesson you\'ll be able to talk about agreements and disagreements.
You\'ll have learnt how to give people advice.
You\'ll have had practice in writing a letter asking for help. You\'ll be able to use the
present perfect tense for checking up. (Getting organized)
Could you three move your desks forward l please? Will you both move your table
this way please? Would you mind straightening the chairs please?
Do you mind moving back a bit? Will you make a bigger space here? Could you
possibly arrange yourselves to make a group of 3 (4 6, 8, etc. ) ?
If you could arrange yourselves to form a group of 5. -. Please would you arrange
your chairs in 3 (4, 5 t etc- )? Would you find the handouts we were using last week
please? Could you get out the polycopies you had last time please? Will you take
out the worksheets you began yesterday please? Let\'s find the passage we were
reading last lesson. Put your other books away, please. No others! That\'s all.
We don\'t need these pictures. Will you put them away? Not that book. The other
one. Yes, the red one. Ready ! Now we can start.
Haven\'t you brought yours? Well, you\'ll have to share with your neighbour.
Have you lost yours? Well, you may share with Li Lei.
Haven\'t you got yours? Forgotten? Well, you should use mine, but don\'t forget next
time.
I have some papers to give out now. I have some new books to give out today. Here
are some worksheets to hand round.
Will you please give these sheets out, Han Mei? Thanks. Please pass these papers
back (round, along), please. Take one and (then) pass them on. They\'re for you to
keep. You may have them to keep. I want the materials back please. I want them
back at the end of the lesson.
You must give them in again, so please don\'t write on them. OK? Please can you
clean the blackboard/the whiteboard/the board? Would you mind cleaning the board,
please? Just clean this half. Leave that section. We still need this part. Just clean that
bit. Don\'t clean that side. Not this hit. Only that part.
Could you clean the top left-hand corner, please? Will you clean the bottom righthand corner, please? Please rub of f the yellow words on the left at the top-

Would you please rub off the drawings on the right at the bottom? Rub everything
off, please- Leave this on, please. (Giving examples) 1.
You should use-ing form here, like... ()I love playing football. 2.

You will have to use \'but\' when you express this idea, now listen to the sentence:
\'I lovemming but I don\'t likemming in winter.\' () 3.

We ought to use the form \'have done...\' such as (


) \'Have you finished that job yet?\' 4.
(taking about physical conditions) Don\'t you think it\'s too hot
in here? Isn't it rather cold in here? Please can you turn the fan on?
Would you mind turning the air condition on? Then we\'ll be able to keep cool.
I\'m afraid it\'s too dark in here. Can you work alright? Can you see alright?
Don\'t we need that light(s) on? Wi1l you open the shutters?
Oh, it\'s much too untidy for us to study in. Please tidy up, will you?
Please would you go and ask someone to fix the light? Will you fetch someone to
see to the cooler?.
(Using aids and instruments) Will you fetch the wall
charts of Lesson 65?
Can you bring me those sets of flash cards of \'food and drink\' ? We need a flannel
board.
Now, I\'ve got some folders of cue cards. Please could you stick the picture up here?
Let\'s find the sticky tape to fix the chart up.
Is that alright? Straight? High enough? Can you all see it? Wil1 you give me the
scissors? They are to cut these out with. Will you take them down?
(Using electrical equipment) Will you possibly plug the tape
recorder in for me? Oh dear. It\'s too loud, what must you do then? (S: Well, I have
to turn the volume down. )
I\'m afraid it\'s not loud enough. You\'d better turn it up a bit. What\'s wrong with
the recorder? Will you check the plug is in/the switch is on/the mains supply?

It won\'t work. Can you check the plug is in? I can\'t get it to work.
Now, wait a minute. Let\'s find the right place on the tape. Shall we go back and
play it again?
Did you catch that? That seemed to be a bit fast- We\'l1 go back and listen again,
Ready?
Check it is rewound, back to the start. Wind the tape on to the empty spool.
Set the counter to O00 at the beginning of the tape.
T: Now, let\'s talk about some pictures. We\'ll need the O. H. P., that is, the overhead
projector. Do you know how to make it work? ( ) S:
Electricity.,
T: Well, do l need to switch it on first or plug it in? Ss: Plug in.
T Plug it in, good. Can you say that? Come on ! You have... everyone.
Ss: You have to plug it inT: Good l Well, l\'ve plugged it in. Now what? Ss: er-.. You have to switch it...
T: Switch it on t on Everyone! You have... Ss: You have to switch it on.
T: That\'s it. Now I\'ll adjust the mirrors... oh dear, the picture\'s upside down ! How
silly ! lt\'s too bright\' It\'s not bright enough. It\'s not clear enough.
It\'s out of focus. Let\'s adjust the focus. (Dividing the class up) (1
) Choral (2) Individuals (3) Teams (4) Pairs
I want all of you to answer the questions. (Choral)
I\'d like just one person to continue the sentence. (Individual) Now let\'s play the
dialogue out in pairs. (Pair) For this, I\'m going to divide you down the middle.
Now I\'ll divide you in half.
Whose go is it? Not yours- You be quick! It\'s group 6 first. Now you. Quickly!
That\'s it. It\'s your turn second. It\'s their go third.
We\'ll score on the board and we\'ll see which team wins. I want you to work in
groups. In fours. /In groups of four\'
Turn round and face your neighbour. You haven\'t anyone to work with, have you?
What about joining in with them? (Setting homework)

At home tonight, practise the exercise on page 9. At home this evening, not now,
revise this dialogue.
You are going to compose a piece of writing about today\'s topic in your notebooks
and give it in tomorrow morning.
For homework, l want you to finish this piece of work.
Before next lesson you must go over what we\'ve just learnt from unit 12.
It must be done by next lesson.
The piece of writing must be completed by next time I see you/this time next week.
(Ending the lesson)
One or two more minutes, just complete the task you\'re doing and then we\'ll stopNow time is up. We\'ll stop now. You\'ve done enough of that/enough practice at
thatMost of you have done that better than last time. I want to collect your papers now
please. I\'d like to take in your last lot of homework.
Please will you give it/pass it up to the end of the row? Put your work on my desk
as you leave. Thank you, everyone. Well done.
Could you see all the library books are returned, everyone, please? Before you all
leave, would you check that all the books are put away?
Li Ming, it\'s your job today to clean the board/collect the readers in/make sure it\'s
all tidy for the next class.
I have some announcements to make before you go. Could you listen,
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1Lets get ready for class.


2Im sorry Im late. /Excuse me for coming late.
3Please come earlier next time.

4Class begins.
5Whos on duty today?
6Is everyone here?
7Whos absent today?
8What day is today?
9Whats the date today?
10Li Hong, have you collected all the exercise-books?

11Here are your exercise-books. Please hand them out.

12 Monitor, would you please fetch some chalk for me?

13 Open your books, please.


14 Please turn to Page 12. 12
15Please take out your notebooks/exercise books.
/
16No more talking, please.
17Attention, please.
18Lets have a dictation.
19Were going to have a new lesson today.
20First lets have a revision.
21Who can answer this question?
22Do you have any questions?

24Let me see. /
25Put up your hands if you have any questions.

26Raise your hands, please.


27Hands down.
28Repeat after me/Follow me.
29Listen to me, please.
30Look at the blackboard/screen, please. /
31All eyes on me, please.
32Can you solve this problem?
33Lets read it together. Ready, go!
34Read slowly and clearly.
35Who wants to try?
36Who wants to do it on the blackboard?

37Are you through?


38Have you finished?
39You did a very good job.
40Very good./Good try./ Well done!
41Terrific!/ Wonderful! / Excellent!
42Please give him (her) a big hand. /
43Can you follow me?
44Do you understand?

45Dont be nervous.
46Any one can help him/ her? /
47Any volunteers?
48I beg your pardon?
49Take it easy. /
50Be brave / active, please. /
51Who wants to try?
52Come up to the front, please.
53Go back to your seat, please.
54Come on. You can do it.
55Come on, youre almost there. /
56Ill give you a clue (hint).
57You can do it this way.
58Lets play a game.
59Are you tired? Lets take a break.
60Look up the word in the dictionary.
61Take notes, please.
62Are you clear ?
63Is that right /correct?
64Can you find the mistakes?
65Do you know how to correct the mistakes?
66Are you ready?
67Can you guess it?

68Yes. Youre right.


69Im sorry. Can you say that again? ?
70Take your time.
71Use your head.
72Good idea! That makes sense.
73Whose turn is it?
74Now youre going to read one by one.
75Whos next?
76Youre next.
77Its your turn.
78Just hands. No voices.
79Do it on your own.
80From the very beginning.
81Please read it to the end.
82Stop here, please.
83Hands up before you answer.
84Heres your homework for today.
85Hand in your homework tomorrow.
86Please pass the exercise books to the front.

87Who wants to come to the front?


88Come to my office after class.
89Come and see me after class.

90Watch me and I'll show you.


91I want all of you to answer this question.

92Thats all for the new lesson/ revision. /


93I want you to work in pairs/groups. /
94Im sorry to have kept you so long.
95Thats all for today.
96We stop here for today.
97Lets call it a day.
98Dont copy others work.
99Class is over. Thank you, class.
100Good-bye./ See you tomorrow. /
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1 Lets get ready for class.


2 Im sorry Im late. /Excuse me for coming late. 3 Please
come earlier next time.
4 Class begins.
5 Whos on duty today?
6 Is everyone here?
7 Whos absent today?
8 What day is today?

9 Whats the date today?


10 Li Hong, have you collected all the exercise-books?

11 Here are your exercise-books. Please hand them out.


12 Monitor, would you please fetch some chalk for me?

13 Open your books, please.


14 Please turn to Page 12. 12
15 Please take out your notebooks/exercise books. /
16 No more talking, please.
17 Attention, please.
18 Lets have a dictation.
19 Were going to have a new lesson today. 20 First lets
have a revision.
21 Who can answer this question?
22 Do you have any questions? ?24 Let me see. /
25 Put up your hands if you have any questions. 26 Raise
your hands, please.
27 Hands down.
28 Repeat after me/Follow me.
29 Listen to me, please.
30 Look at the blackboard/screen, please. /
31 All eyes on me, please.
32 Can you solve this problem?
33 Lets read it together. Ready, go!

34 Read slowly and clearly.


35 Who wants to try?
36 Who wants to do it on the blackboard? 37 Are you
through?
38 Have you finished?
39 You did a very good job.
40 Very good./Good try./ Well done!
41 Terrific!/ Wonderful! / Excellent!
42 Please give him (her) a big hand. /
43 Can you follow me?
44 Do you understand?
45 Dont be nervous.
46 Any one can help him/ her? /47 Any volunteers?

48 I beg your pardon?


49 Take it easy. /
50 Be brave / active, please. /
51 Who wants to try?
52 Come up to the front, please.
53 Go back to your seat, please.
54 Come on. You can do it.
55 Come on, youre almost there. /
56 Ill give you a clue (hint).
57 You can do it this way.

58 Lets play a game.


59 Are you tired? Lets take a break.
60 Look up the word in the dictionary.
61 Take notes, please.
62 Are you clear ?
63 Is that right /correct?
64 Can you find the mistakes?
65 Do you know how to correct the mistakes? 66 Are you
ready?
67 Can you guess it?
68 Yes. Youre right.
69 Im sorry. Can you say that again? ?
70 Take your time.
71 Use your head.
72 Good idea! That makes sense.
73 Whose turn is it?
74 Now youre going to read one by one.
75 Whos next?
76 Youre next.
77 Its your turn.
78 Just hands. No voices.
79 Do it on your own.
80 From the very beginning.
81 Please read it to the end.

82 Stop here, please.


83 Hands up before you answer.
84 Heres your homework for today.
85 Hand in your homework tomorrow.
86 Please pass the exercise books to the front. 87 Who
wants to come to the front?
88 Come to my office after class.
89 Come and see me after class.
90 Watch me and Ill show you.
91 I want all of you to answer this question.
92 Thats all for the new lesson/ revision. /
93 I want you to work in pairs/groups. / 94 Im sorry to
have kept you so long.
95 Thats all for today. 96 We stop here for today.
97 Lets call it a day.
98 Dont copy others work.
99 Class is over. Thank you, class.
100 Good-bye./ See you tomorrow. /
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:
foolish, stupid, stubborn,
idiot

,
You are always
late.;,You are always careless.

/
1 warm-up Warming-up a warming-up
of the
weather.
2What are todays
assignments
3Revise for the examination. revise

Review the days lessons.


4A drill in spelling drill substitution
drillsentence pattern drill
5Out of question Out of the question
6Take the chair take a chair Please sit
down!
7A hundred and one One hundred and one
8She was with a child She was with child
9They are students of our school They are the
students
of our school

10I have lived here for more than a year


I have
lived here for more than one year

11Teacher Mr. / Miss /Ms


Professor
12 Would you like to watch a football
match?Id love to, but Im busy at the
moment.
13Good morning, Miss Chen. How are you? // Very
well,
thank you, Mr. Lin, and how are you? // Im very well, too, thank
you.
14Can I come to your house tomorrow? come
go
15Your English is very good. Thank you,
Im glad
you think so.
16Thank you. Its beautiful.
Im glad you like it.
17The followings are some of the main ones to respond to thanks:
(1)Youre welcome. ()
(2)Not at all.
(3)Dont mention it.
(4)Its a/my pleasure. serve as response to thank youfor a job
well done.
(5)Im glad to be of help. serve as response to thank youfor a

job well done.


(6)Thats all right.
(7)Thats OK.
18 A B A Im terribly sorry. B
Thats all right.
19 A Well, what did you think of his writing.?
BOh, I thought it is great. Didnt you think so, Peter?
C (Peter )Yes, in a way. But Ive seen better.
20Excuse me, do you know how to answer this question, please? Sorry,
Ive no ideas.
21Do you mind passing this book to me
No, not at all.
22This way, please.

l. (Beginning a class)
(1) Let's start now./Let's begin our class/lesson.
(2) Stand up, please.
(3) Sit down, please.)
2. (Greeting)
(4) Hello, boys and girls/children.
(5) Good morning, class everyone /everybody /children/boys and
girls.
(6) Good afternoon, class /everyone /everybody /children /boys and girls.
(7) How are you today?

3. (Checking attendance)
(8) Who's on duty today?/Who's helping this morning/today?
(9) Is everyone/everybody here/present?
(10) Is anyone away?/Is anybody away?
(11) Is anyone absent?/Is anybody absent?
(12) Who's absent?/Who's away?
(13) Where is he/she?
(14) Try to be on time./Don't be late next time.
(15) Go back to your seat, please.
(16) What day is it today?
(17) What's the date today?
(18) What's the weather like today?
4. (Announcing)
(20) Let's start working./Let's begin/start a new lesson./Let's
begin/start our lesson.
(21) First, let's review/do some review.
(22) What did we learn in the last lesson?
(23) Who can tell/remember what we did in the last lesson/yesterday?
(24) Now we're going to do something new/ different./Now let's learn something
new.
(25) We have some new words/sentences.
5. (Directing attention)
(26) Ready?/Are you ready?
(27) Did you get there?/Do you understand?

(28) Is that dear?


(29) Any volunteers?
(30) Do you know what to do?
(31) Be quiet, please./Quiet, please.
(32) Listen, please.
(33) Listen carefully, please.
(34) Listen to the tape recorder/the recording.
(35) Look carefully, please.
(36) Look over here.
(37) Watch carefully.
(38) Are your watching?
(39) Please look at the blackboard/picture/map...
(40) Pay attention to your spelling/pronunciation.
6. (Classroom activities)
(41) Start!/Start now.
(42) Everybody together./All together.
(43) Practice in a group./Practice in groups./In groups, please.
(44) Get into groups of three/four.
(45) Everybody find a partner/friend.
(46) In pairs, please.
(47) One at a time./Let's do it one by one.
(48) Now you, please./Your turn (Student's name).
(49) Next, please. Now you do the same, please.

(50) Let's act./Let's act out/do the dialogue.


(51) Who wants to be A?
(52) Practice the dialogue, please.
(53) Now Tom will be A, and the other half will be B.
(54) Please take (play) the part of ...
(55) Whose turn is it?
(56) It's your turn.
(57) Wait your turn, please.
(59) One by one./One at a time, please.
(60) In twos./In pairs.
(61) Don't speak out.
(62) Turn around.
7. (Request)
(63) Could you please try it again?
(64) Could you please try the next one?
(65) Will you please help me?
8. (Encouraging)
(66) Can you try?
(67) Try, please.
(68) Try your best./Do your best.
(69) Think it over and try again.
(70) Don't be afraid/shy.
9. (Issuing a command)

(71) Say/Read after me, please.


(72) Follow me, please.
(73) Do what I do.
(74) Repeat, please./Repeat after me.
(75) Once more, please./One more time, please.
(76) Come here, please.
(77) Please come to the front./Come up and write on the
blackboard/chalkboard.
(78) Come and write it on the blackboard.
(79) Please go back to your seat.
(80) In English, please.
(81) Put your hand up, please. Raise your hand, please.
(82) Put your hands down, please./Hands down, please.
(83) Say it/Write it in Chinese/English.
(84) Please take out your books.
(85) Please open your books at page ... ?/Find page .../Turn to page
...
(86) Please answer the question/questions./Please answer my question (s).
(87) Please read this letter/word/sentence out loud./Please read out this
letter/word/sentence.
(88) Please stop now./Stop now, please./Stop here, please.
(89) Clean up your desk/the classroom, please.
(90) It's clean-up time./Tidy up your desk/the classroom.
(91) Put your things away./Clean off your desk./Pick up the scraps.

(92) Clean the blackboard.


(93) Plug in the tape-recorder, please.
(94) Put the tape-recorder away.
(95) Put the tape in its box/cassette.
(96) Listen and repeat.
(97) Look and listen.
(98) Repeat after me.
(99) Follow the words.
(100) Fast./Quickly!/Be quick, please.
(101) Hurry!/Hurry up, please.
(102) Slow down, please.
(103) Slowly.
(104) Bring me some chalk, please.
10. (Prohibition and warning)
(105) Stop talking./Stop talking now, please.
(106) Don't talk./Everybody quiet, please.
(107) Don't be silly.
(108) Settle down.
1l.
(109) Good, thank you.
(110)Good!/Very good./Good job./Good work./Good example. (111) A good
answer./Nice work.
(112) Excellent./Great!/Well done./Very good./I like the way you ... (113) That's
interesting!

(114) Don't worry about it./No problem.


(115) OK!/That's OK.
(116) I don't think so.
(117) That's not quite right, any other answers?/That's
close./That's almost right.
(118) Not quite, can anyone help him/her?/Try again.
(119) A good try.
12. (Setting homework)
(120) For today's homework . . .
(121) Practice after class./Practice at home.
(122) Say it out loud, before you write it down.
(123) Copy/Print/Write each word twice.
(124) Remember/Memorize these words/sentences.
(125) Learn these words/these sentences/this text by heart.
(126) Do your homework./Do the next lesson./Do the new work.
13. (Dismissing the class)
(127) Hand in your workbooks, please.
(128) Time is up.
(129) The bell is ringing.
(130) There's the bell.
(131) There goes the bell.
(132) Let's stop here.
(133) That's all for today.

(134) Class is over.


(135) Goodbye./Bye./See you next time.
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Greetings
Good morning, class.
Good afternoon, class 4.
Good morning, everybody.
Good afternoon, everyone.
Good morning, boys and girls.
Good afternoon, children.
How are you all today?
Are you all well this morning?
(Beginning a chat)
Well, did you have a good weekend?
Well, did you enjoy the holiday?
Well, what did you do yesterday evening?
Tell me what you did at the weekend?

Oh, you\'ve got a new dress on. It\'s very nice.


Oh, you\'ve got a new hair style.
(Checking attendance)

1
Right ! I\'m going to call the row.
OK ! Listen while I call your names.
Now ! I\'ll take the register.
Quiet f now, please. Listen while I see if you\'re all here.
2
Now ! Let\'s see who\'s absent.
Right ! Let\'s see if anyone\'s away.
Is anybody absent?
Is everybody here?
3.
Oh, are you new?
OK, are you a pupil?
You have just come to this class (school), haven\'t you?
Where do you come from?
What\'s your name?
Do you like the school?
Welcome to our class.
4.
Where\'s Wang Hai?
Does anyone know where Li is?
Can anyone tell me where Liu has gone?
Who knows when he will be back?

Han Meimei is ill today, isn\'t she?


5.
You were absent for three lessons last week.
Did you catch a cold?
Oh, I\'m sorry.
You\'ll catch up l won\'t you?
Don\'t worry.
You\'ve been absent for days, haven\'t you?
You were away last lesson, weren\'t you?
\' What was the matter?
Why were you away?
Are you better?
How are you feeling now?
Do you feel better?
Well, Jane, ask your friends to help you.
OK, you\'d better ask your neighbour to tell you what we\'ve done.
Come and see me after the lesson, OK?

Now, let me introduce myself.


I\'ll just tell you a bit about myself.
My name is..., spelt...
I\'ve been teaching in the school for 1O years.
I come from Shanghai.

I worked for a newspaper until last year.


And what about you?
Will you introduce yourselves?

T: I went to the Summer Palace ()


Yesterday. Did any of you go?
No?... Well, ()
What did you do, -.. er... Zhang Hong.
Zhang:... er... I-. - er. -. in home. ()
T: Oh, you stayed at home. ( )
Zhang: Yes, I stay at home.
T: OK, you stayed at home. ()
What did you do then?
Zhang:... TV...
T: Oh, you watched television 9 didn\'t you? Which programme?
( )
:
Tell me what you did 1ast night.
Will you te11 me a bit about your weekend?
Could you tell us more about the programme?
How did you like yesterday\'s party?
(Suggesting)
Let\'s go through the text.

Could you open your textbook and find


Ex. 5 on page 45?
Could you take out the cards?
Will you all think of some questions to ask each other?
Will you get together in groups and discuss the idea?
Try to think it out for yourself.
Let\'s work out how you could plan your piece of writing.
Now you\'ve answered all the questions in full. You need to say a bit
more about that.
You\'d better get that right.
(Directing students\' attention)
Quiet, now, please. Let\'s work in pairs.
Will you face the people in front of you?
Fine. Look again carefully.
Are you ready to listen?
Are you all listening? OK, then.
Now then something new! Let\'s change the topic.
That was quite good, let\'s do it once more.
(Making polite requests)
Could you possibly plug the cassette player in for me?
Can you check thetch is on?
Will you go and fetch some chalk?
Will you find the wall charts?

Has anybody seen the stick/tape/drawing pins?


Please could you put it up here?
Please would you mind cleaning the board?
(Giving instructions)
1.
You\'d better listen again.
Will you listen carefully?
Now listen to the sound [a:].Not [a ], like this - you try.
Don\'t forget it\'s [[] not [a ] in and.
Now listen. There\'s something different, What\'s different? Listen.
2.
Suppose a friend needs advice on the subjectYou could agree with the other person and say something else.
You may ask the reason.
Shal1 1 demonstrate? Keep to the same pattern, ~ OK?
What do you think the author will say next?
I\'ll give you a cue. It\'s something to do with -.
Let me give you some help. When did the man use the word?
3.
You\'d better put them togetherAsk each other questions to find out what is different.
Look at the sentence before and see if you can guess.
You sort out these sentences, then copy them, taking care with

capital letters.
You fill the blanks in these sentences, then write them neatly.
4.
Look at what I\'m doing.
You may do as I do.
Please look at my mouth, like this -.
(Announcements)
1
Today we\'re going to do three main things.
First l I\'m going to introduce a few new words about weather. Then
you\'re going to write a dialogue and act it out. After that, we are
going to learn a new song.
2.
I have something to tell you before you go.
There\'s a club meeting on Saturday. If you want to attend it, please
write your name on thispiece of paper.
3.
Well, now, we\'re going to practise a short dialogue.
l want to introduce to you a new programme now.
(Explaining)
Listen to me and I\'ll explain the meaning of the word.
Let me use the picture to show its meaning.
The word ends in \'tion\' so it must be a noun-

Let\'s see if you can guess. I\'ll give you an example: -.


We can use this sentence to express -.
What does it mean in the context? It\'s clear that the man used it to
blame t
he boy.
Look at the picture here- The man is standing by the window. Perhaps
he is interested in
What is happening in the street.
What might happen in a few minutes? The boy is getting angry with
Mary.
There are three people sitting by the river. They are looking at the
ship. The ship is very beautiful.
(Forbidding)
T: OK t everybody. Quiet now please! No more talking.
Wang Hai, stop chatting now. And you, Li Guang! Whose turn is it?
S: It\'s my turn. (......)
No talking!
No chatting
Stop making a noise.
Without disturbing the others.
No more shouting !

Please will you stop interrupting the others J

Would you mind not whispering?

There\'ll be trouble if you go on disturbing the others\'


I\'ll report you to Miss Zhou if you go on being silly !
:
You shouldn\'t be have (be behaving) like that!
Why are you passing notes?
You can\'t copy ! Do it on your own !
No dreaming1 Wake up! Stop turning round !

No writing while I\'m talking.


Don\'t move your lips while (you\'re) reading.
No, Wang Hai, that\'s not the way to learn English properly\'
No, Han Meimei, it\'s not good to do pair practice like thatYou\'re doing it the wrong way.
(Issuing a command)
By yourself. This is practice for the exam.
Books closed.
Back into groups, each person can say it in turn.
You work in twos with two pictures.
Silence.
Quiet please.

Stop now.
Watch how I write it.
Watch how to do it.
Now, turn round, face the back ) without looking at the board.
(Warning)
Careful. This is a hard sentenceDon\'t forget to write neatly.
Make sure your spaces between words are clear.
See that your \'U\'s are different from your \'v\' s.
Copy them taking care with spelling.
Watch your punctuation.
(Evaluating)
Wonderful !
Good !
Very good J
That was good.
Not badWell done.
That was a little better, but...
That\'s much better, but you forgot something when you pronounced
Don\'t you think you have made a little progress?
Nearly right, but you\'d better...
That was not quite right, you didn\'t...

That doesn\'t sound very good.


Not really ! /Not quite! /Watch me and I\'ll show you.

(Beginning the lesson)


Now, who can remember what we did last lesson?
Well, can any of you tell me what we practised last time?
OK, l want a student to tell us what we learned/read about/used last
lesson.
Remember?
Do you remember these pictures?
We used the pictures and the cards, didn\'t we?
We practised a talk about sports, right?
Let\'s go over it again.
Let\'s read the sentences once more.
What about having another practice?
How about revising them once more?
(Announcing the teaching pIan)
first/first of all/and then/later (on)/after that/finally/by the end
of-. - etc.
one
. ... /two... /three... /four..\'

Practise a dialogue
Learn something now
Do some read ing / w rit ing / note tak ing
Have some conversation practice
Do some role play
in a few minutes/half way through the lesson/when we\'ve finished...
/near the end of the lesson/at the end of the lesson
if we have enough time/if time permits/if there\'s time/perhaps we
may spend a few minutes on...
By the end of the lesson you\'ll be able to talk about agreements and
disagreements.
You\'ll have learnt how to give people advice.
You\'ll have had practice in writing a letter asking for help.
You\'ll be able to use the present perfect tense for checking up.
(Getting organized)
Would you move your chairs in (up, back, etc. ) ?
Could you three move your desks forward l please?
Will you both move your table this way please?
Would you mind straightening the chairs please?
Do you mind moving back a bit? Will you make a bigger space here?
Could you possibly arrange yourselves to make a group of 3 (4 6,
8, etc. ) ?
If you could arrange yourselves to form a group of 5. -.

Please would you arrange your chairs in 3 (4, 5 t etc- )?


Would you find the handouts we were using last week please?
Could you get out the polycopies you had last time please?
Will you take out the worksheets you began yesterday please?
Let\'s find the passage we were reading last lesson.
Put your other books away, please.
No others! That\'s all.
We don\'t need these pictures. Will you put them away?
Not that book. The other one. Yes, the red one.
Ready ! Now we can start.
Haven\'t you brought yours? Well, you\'ll have to share with your
neighbour.
Have you lost yours? Well, you may share with Li Lei.
Haven\'t you got yours? Forgotten? Well, you should use mine, but
don\'t forget next time.
I have some papers to give out now.
I have some new books to give out today.
Here are some worksheets to hand round.
Will you please give these sheets out, Han Mei? Thanks.
Please pass these papers back (round, along), please.
Take one and (then) pass them on.
They\'re for you to keep.
You may have them to keep.

I want the materials back please.


I want them back at the end of the lesson.
You must give them in again, so please don\'t write on them. OK?
Please can you clean the blackboard/the whiteboard/the board?
Would you mind cleaning the board, please?
Just clean this half.
Leave that section.
We still need this part.
Just clean that bit.
Don\'t clean that side.
Not this hit.
Only that part.
Just that section. Thank you very much.
Could you clean the top left-hand corner, please?
Will you clean the bottom right-hand corner, please?
Please rub of f the yellow words on the left at the topWould you please rub off the drawings on the right at the bottom?
Rub everything off, pleaseLeave this on, please.
(Giving examples)
1.
You should use-ing form here, like...
()I love playing f

ootball.
2.
You will have to use \'but\' when you express this idea, now listen to
the sentence:
\'I lovemming but I don\'t likemming in winter.\' ()
3.
We ought to use the form \'have done...\' such as ()
\'Have you finished that job yet?\'
4.
(taking about physical conditions)
Don\'t you think it\'s too hot in here?
Isn\'t it rather cold in here?
Please can you turn the fan on?
Would you mindtching the air condition or on? Then we\'ll be able
to keep cool.
I\'m afraid it\'s too dark in here. Can you work alright? Can you see
alright?
Don\'t we need that light(s) on?
Wi1l you open the shutters?
Oh, it\'s much too untidy for us to study in.
Please tidy up, will you?
Please would you go and ask someone to fix the light?
Will you fetch someone to see to the cooler?.

(Using aids and instruments)


Will you fetch the wall charts of Lesson 65?
Can you bring me those sets of flash cards of \'food and drink\' ?
We need a flannel board.
Now, I\'ve got some folders of cue cards.
Please could you stick the picture up here?
Let\'s find the sticky tape to fix the chart up.
Is that alright? Straight? High enough? Can you all see it?
Wil1 you give me the scissors? They are to cut these out with.
Will you take them down?
I\'m going to collect the cards in now and put them away.
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-(Using electrical equipment)
Will you possibly plug the tape recorder in for me?
Oh dear. It\'s too loud, what must you do then?
(S: Well, I have to turn the volume down. )
I\'m afraid it\'s not loud enough. You\'d better turn it up a bit.
What\'s wrong with the recorder? Will you check the plug is in/the
switch is on/the mains supply?
It won\'t work. Can you check the plug is in?

I can\'t get it to work.


Now, wait a minute. Let\'s find the right place on the tape.
Shall we go back and play it again?
Did you catch that? That seemed to be a bit fast- We\'l1 go back and
listen again, Ready?
Check it is rewound, back to the start.
Wind the tape on to the empty spool.
Set the counter to O00 at the beginning of the tape.
T: Now, let\'s talk about some pictures. We\'ll need the O. H. P.,
that is, the overhead projector. Do you know how to make it work?
( )
S: Electricity.,
T: Well, do l need to switch it on first or plug it in?
Ss: Plug in.
T Plug it in, good. Can you say that? Come on ! You have...
everyone.
Ss: You have to plug it inT: Good l Well, l\'ve plugged it in. Now what?
Ss: er-.. You have to switch it...
T: Switch it on t on Everyone! You have...
Ss: You have to switch it on.
T: That\'s it. Now I\'ll adjust the mirrors... oh dear, the pi
cture\'s

upside down ! How silly !


lt\'s too bright\'
It\'s not bright enough.
It\'s not clear enough.
It\'s out of focus. Let\'s adjust the focus.
(Dividing the class up)
(1 ) Choral
(2) Individuals
(3) Teams
(4) Pairs
I want all of you to answer the questions. (Choral)
I\'d like just one person to continue the sentence. (Individual)
I want this part to correct the sentence. (Team)
Now let\'s play the dialogue out in pairs. (Pair)
For this, I\'m going to divide you down the middle.
Now I\'ll divide you in half.
Whose go is it? Not yours- You be quick!
It\'s group 6 first. Now you. Quickly! That\'s it.
It\'s your turn second.
It\'s their go third.
We\'ll score on the board and we\'ll see which team wins.
I want you to work in groups.
In fours. /In groups of four\'

Turn round and face your neighbour.


You haven\'t anyone to work with, have you?
What about joining in with them?
(Setting homework)
At home tonight, practise the exercise on page 9.
At home this evening, not now, revise this dialogue.
You are going to compose a piece of writing about today\'s topic in
your notebooks and give it in
tomorrow morning.
For homework, l want you to finish this piece of work.
Before next lesson you must go over what we\'ve just learnt from unit
12.
It must be done by next lesson.
The piece of writing must be completed by next time I see you/this
time next week.
(Ending the lesson)
One or two more minutes, just complete the task you\'re doing and
then we\'ll stop. Now time is up. We\'ll stop now. You\'ve done enough of that/enough
practice at thatMost of you have done that better than last time.
I want to collect your papers now please.
I\'d like to take in your last lot of homework.

Please will you give it/pass it up to the end of the row?


Put your work on my desk as you leave.
Thank you, everyone. Well done.
Could you see all the library books are returned, everyone, please?
Before you all leave, would you check that all the books are put
away?
Li Ming, it\'s your job today to clean the board/collect the readers
in/make sure it\'s all tidy forthe next class.
I have some announcements to make be fore you go. Could you listen,
please?
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Beginning a class
1. Lets start now. / Lets begin our class / lesson.
2. Stand up, please.
3. Sit down, please.
( Greeting )
1. Hello, boys and girls / children.
2. Good morning, class/everyone/everybody/children/boys and girls.
3. Good afternoon, class/everyone/everybody/children/boys and girls.
4. How are you today?
Checking attendance

1. Whos on duty today? / Whos helping this morning / today?


2. Is everyone / everybody here /present?
3. Is anyone away? / Is anybody away?
4. Is anyone absent? / Is anybody absent?
5. Whos absent? / Whos away?
6. Where is he / she?
7. Try to be on time. / Dont be late next time.
8. Go back to your seat, please.
9. What day is it today?
10. Whats the date today?
11. Whats the weather like today?
Announcing
1. Lets start working. / Lets begin / start a new lesson. / Lets begin / start our
lesson.
2. First, lets review / do some review.
3. What did we learn in the last lesson?
4. Who can tell / remember what we did in the last lesson / yesterday?
5. Now were going to do something new / different. / Now lets leran something
new.
6. We have some new words / sentences.
Directing attention
1. Ready? / Are you ready?
2. Did you get there? / Do you understand?
3. Is that clear?

4. Any volunteers? / Anyone volunteer?


5. Do you know what to do?
6. Be quiet, please. / Quiet, please.
7. Listen, please.
8. Listen carefully, please.
9. Listen to the tape recorder / the recording.
10. Look carefully, please.
11. Look over here.
12. Watch carefully.
13. Please look at the blackboard / picture / map
14. Pay attention to your spelling / pronunciation.
Classroom activities
1. Start! / Start now.
2. Everybody together. / All together.
3. Practise in a group. / Practise in groups, please.
4. Get into groups of three / four
5. (Work) In pairs, please.
6. Lets do it one by one. / One at a time.
7. Now you, please. / Your turn ( Students name ).
8. Next, please. Now you do the same, please.
9. Lets act. / Lets act out / do the dialogue.
10. Who wants to be A?
11. Practise the dialogue, please.

12. Now Tom will be A, and the other half will be B.


13. Whose turn is it?
14. Its your turn.
15. Wait your turn, please.
16. Stand in line. / Line up.
17. Dont speak out.
18. Turn around.
Rdquest
1. Could you please try it again?
2. Could you please try the next one?
3. Will you please help me?
Encouraging
1. Can you try?
2. Try, please.
3. Try your best. / Do your best.
4. Think it over and try again.
5. Dont be afraid / shy.
Issuing a command
1Say / Read after me, please.
2. Follow me, please.
3. Do what I do.
4. Repeat, please. / Repeat after me.
5. Once more, please. / One more time, please.

6. Come here, please.


7. Please come to the front. / Come up and write on the blackboard.
8. Come and write it on the blackboard.
9. Please go back to your seat.
10. In English, please.
11. Put your hand up, please. / Raise your hand, please. / Hands up, please.
12. Put your hands down, please. / Hands down, please.
13. Say it / Write it in Chinese / English.
14. Please take out your books.
15. Please open your books at page / Find page / Turn to page
16. Please answer the question / questions. / Please answer my question(s).
17. Please read this letter / word / sentence out loud. / Please read out this letter /
word / sentence.
18. Please stop now. / Stop now, please. / Stop here, please.
19. Clean up your desk / the classroom, please.
20. Its clean-up time. / Tidy up your desk / classroom.
21. Put your things away. / Clean off your desk.
22. Clean the blackboard.
23. Put the tape-recorder, please.
24. Listen and repeat.
25. Look and listen.
26. Repeat after me.
27. Follow the words.
28. Fast. / Quickly! / Be quick, please.

29. Hurry! Hurry up, please.


30. Slow down, please.
31. Slowly.
32. Bring me some chalk, please.
Prohibition and warning
1. Stop talking. / Stop talking now, please.
2. Dont talk. / Everybody quiet, please.
3. Dont be silly.
4. Settle down.()
Estimating
1. Good, thank you.
2. Good! / Very good. / Good job. / Good work. / Good example.
3. A good answer. / Nice work.
4. Excellent. / Great! / Well done. / Very good. / I like the way you
5. Thats interesting!
6. Dont worry about it. / No problem.
7. OK! / Thats OK.
8. I dont think so.
9. Thats not quite right, any other answers? / Thats close. / Thats almost right.
10. Not quite, can anyone help him / her? / Try again.
11. A good try.
Setting homework
1. For todays homework

2. Practise after class. / Practise at home.


3. Say it out loud, before you write it down.
4. Copy / Print / Write each word twice.
5. Remember ( Memorize ) these words / sentences.
6. Learn these words / these sentences / this text by heart.
7. Do your homework. / Do the next lesson. / Do the new work.
Dismissing the class
1. Hand in your workbooks, please.
2. Time is up.
3. The bell is ringing.
4. Theres the bell.
5. Lets stop here.
6. There goes the bell.
7. Thats all for today.
8. Class is over.
9. Goodbye. / Bye. / See you next time.
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foolish, stupid, stubborn,
idiot

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You are always
late.;,You are always careless.

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1 warm-up Warming-up a warming-up
of the
weather.
2What are todays assignments
3Revise for the examination. revise

Review the days lessons.


4A drill in spelling drill substitution
drillsentence pattern drill
5Out of question Out of the question
6Take the chair take a chair Please sit
down!
7A hundred and one One hundred and one
8She was with a child She was with child
9They are students of our school They are the
students
of our school
10I have lived here for more than a year
I have
lived here for more than one year

11Teacher Mr. / Miss /Ms


Professor

12 Would you like to watch a football


match?Id love to, but Im busy at the
moment.
13Good morning, Miss Chen. How are you? // Very
well,
thank you, Mr. Lin, and how are you? // Im very well, too, thank
you.
14Can I come to your house tomorrow? come
go
15Your English is very good. Thank you,
Im glad
you think so.
16Thank you. Its beautiful.
Im glad
you like it.
17The followings are some of the main ones to respond to thanks:
(1)Youre welcome. ()
(2)Not at all.
(3)Dont mention it.
(4)Its a/my pleasure. serve as response to thank youfor a job well done.
(5)Im glad to be of help. serve as response to thank youfor a job well done.
(6)Thats all right.
(7)Thats OK.
18 A B A Im terribly sorry. B
Thats all right.
19 A Well, what did you think of his writing.?

BOh, I thought it is great. Didnt you think so, Peter?


C (Peter )Yes, in a way. But Ive seen better.
20Excuse me, do you know how to answer this question, please? Sorry,
Ive no ideas.
21Do you mind passing this book to me
No, not at all.
22This way, please.

l. (Beginning a class)
(1) Let's start now./Let's begin our class/lesson.
(2) Stand up, please.
(3) Sit down, please.)
2. (Greeting)
(4) Hello, boys and girls/children.
(5) Good morning, class everyone /everybody /children/boys and girls.
(6) Good afternoon, class /everyone /everybody /children /boys and girls.
(7) How are you today?
3. (Checking attendance)
(8) Who's on duty today?/Who's helping this morning/today?
(9) Is everyone/everybody here/present?
(10) Is anyone away?/Is anybody away?
(11) Is anyone absent?/Is anybody absent?
(12) Who's absent?/Who's away?
(13) Where is he/she?

(14) Try to be on time./Don't be late next time.


(15) Go back to your seat, please.
(16) What day is it today?
(17) What's the date today?
(18) What's the weather like today?
(19) What's it like outside?
4. (Announcing)
(20) Let's start working./Let's begin/start a new lesson./Let's
begin/start our lesson.
(21) First, let's review/do some review.
(22) What did we learn in the last lesson?
(23) Who can tell/remember what we did in the last lesson/yesterday?
(24) Now we're going to do something new/ different./Now let's learn something
new.
(25) We have some new words/sentences.
5. (Directing attention)
(26) Ready?/Are you ready?
(27) Did you get there?/Do you understand?
(28) Is that dear?
(29) Any volunteers?
(30) Do you know what to do?
(31) Be quiet, please./Quiet, please.
(32) Listen, please.
(33) Listen carefully, please.

(34) Listen to the tape recorder/the recording.


(35) Look carefully, please.
(36) Look over here.
(37) Watch carefully.
(38) Are your watching?
(39) Please look at the blackboard/picture/map...
(40) Pay attention to your spelling/pronunciation.
6. (Classroom activities)
(41) Start!/Start now.
(42) Everybody together./All together.
(43) Practice in a group./Practice in groups./In groups, please.
(44) Get into groups of three/four.
(45) Everybody find a partner/friend.
(46) In pairs, please.
(47) One at a time./Let's do it one by one.
(48) Now you, please./Your turn (Student's name).
(49) Next, please. Now you do the same, please.
(50) Let's act./Let's act out/do the dialogue.
(51) Who wants to be A?
(52) Practice the dialogue, please.
(53) Now Tom will be A, and the other half will be B.
(54) Please take (play) the part of ...
(55) Whose turn is it?

(56) It's your turn.


(57) Wait your turn, please.
(58) Stand in line./Line up.
(59) One by one./One at a time, please.
(60) In twos./In pairs.
(61) Don't speak out.
(62) Turn around.
7. (Request)
(63) Could you please try it again?
(64) Could you please try the next one?
(65) Will you please help me?
8. (Encouraging)
(66) Can you try?
(67) Try, please.
(68) Try your best./Do your best.
(69) Think it over and try again.
(70) Don't be afraid/shy.
9. (Issuing a command)
(71) Say/Read after me, please.
(72) Follow me, please.
(73) Do what I do.
(74) Repeat, please./Repeat after me.
(75) Once more, please./One more time, please.

(76) Come here, please.


(77) Please come to the front./Come up and write on the
blackboard/chalkboard.
(78) Come and write it on the blackboard.
(79) Please go back to your seat.
(80) In English, please.
(81) Put your hand up, please. Raise your hand, please.
(82) Put your hands down, please./Hands down, please.
(83) Say it/Write it in Chinese/English.
(84) Please take out your books.
(85) Please open your books at page ... ?/Find page .../Turn to page
...
(86) Please answer the question/questions./Please answer my question (s).
(87) Please read this letter/word/sentence out loud./Please read out this
letter/word/sentence.
(88) Please stop now./Stop now, please./Stop here, please.
(89) Clean up your desk/the classroom, please.
(90) It's clean-up time./Tidy up your desk/the classroom.
(91) Put your things away./Clean off your desk./Pick up the scraps.
(92) Clean the blackboard.
(93) Plug in the tape-recorder, please.
(94) Put the tape-recorder away.
(95) Put the tape in its box/cassette.
(96) Listen and repeat.

(97) Look and listen.


(98) Repeat after me.
(99) Follow the words.
(100) Fast./Quickly!/Be quick, please.
(101) Hurry!/Hurry up, please.
(102) Slow down, please.
(103) Slowly.
(104) Bring me some chalk, please.
10. (Prohibition and warning)
(105) Stop talking./Stop talking now, please.
(106) Don't talk./Everybody quiet, please.
(107) Don't be silly.
(108) Settle down.
1l.
(109) Good, thank you.
(110)Good!/Very good./Good job./Good work./Good example. (111) A good
answer./Nice work.
(112) Excellent./Great!/Well done./Very good./I like the way you ... (113) That's
interesting!
(114) Don't worry about it./No problem.
(115) OK!/That's OK.
(116) I don't think so.
(117) That's not quite right, any other answers?/That's
close./That's almost right.

(118) Not quite, can anyone help him/her?/Try again.


(119) A good try.
12. (Setting homework)
(120) For today's homework . . .
(121) Practice after class./Practice at home.
(122) Say it out loud, before you write it down.
(123) Copy/Print/Write each word twice.
(124) Remember/Memorize these words/sentences.
(125) Learn these words/these sentences/this text by heart.
(126) Do your homework./Do the next lesson./Do the new work.
13. (Dismissing the class)
(127) Hand in your workbooks, please.
(128) Time is up.
(129) The bell is ringing.
(130) There's the bell.
(131) There goes the bell.
(132) Let's stop here.
(133) That's all for today.
(134) Class is over.
(135) Goodbye./Bye./See you next time.
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Good morning/afternoon, class./boys and girls.
Hows it going
You look so happy, any good news?
May I know your name?
(Thats a nice name.)
Could you tell me your name, please?
(Youve got a beautiful name. I really like it. )
2
,

Whod like to answer the question?


Who knows the answer?
Who can answer the question? Whod like to have a try? Do you want to try, Lee?
Would you like someone to help you? Tim, would you like to have a try? Would you
like a second try?
Whod like to help?
Whod like to read the text?
Who can spell the word ? Can you spell the word ? Do you know the
Chinese/English of the word?
Any volunteer?
Any one/ boy/ girl? Did you get it? Is it clear to you?
Have you done/finished your work/exercise yet?
3

Good
Not bad. Thank you. (Im sure you can do better next time.)
Good boy/ girl . Thats a good answer. Thank you.
Very good(I really enjoy it.) Great! (You did a good job.) Excellent! (Lets give
him/her a big hand!) Wonderful(Im so proud of you.) Well done! (Good
boy/girl.) Your answer is very good! (I admire your work.)

Thats a great answer. I really like it. You did a good job!
2

Is it good? Isnt it a good answer?


Did he/she do a good job? Good job! Clever! Perfect! Do you like his/her
answer/reading?
Thats a fantastic answer, isnt it
(3)
You are wrong. Its
not correct. Sit down

Come on! Think it over. Im sure you can do it. Sorry, Im sure you can do it better
next time.
Not bad. Go on, please. Come on, Its very close. It doesnt matter. Im sure you can
do it better next time.


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Now class/ boys and class, class begins.


Today, were going to learn
Now, open your books, please. Turn to page ...
Now, boys and girls, please look at the blackboard/picture/your books/ page five.
Now, lets read /sing the song together.
Now, lets enjoy the song from the tape.
Well, lets go on. Please look at page
This time, you do it one by one.
Now, listen to the tape/ me, please. Now class/ boys and girls/ children , read after
me/ the tape.
Just follow me, class .
Yes, please. Thank you. Please go back to your seat. Come to the front, please.
Thank you. You can go back now.
Its your turn, Sue. Please sit down.
Please do it now. OK, go!
Please work in pairs/ in groups/ by yourselves.
Now, lets do the exercise.

Now, class/ boys and girls/ children, find a partner and role-play the conversation.
Work with your partner and answer the questions.
OK, boys and girls time is up. Please stop working/ talking now. Please stop here.
Lets have/ take a break.
Good class/ boys and girls/ children, be quite, please.
Work in pairs/ groups.
5
OK, thats all for today. Ill see you next time.
Lets call it a day today. Ill see you the day after tomorrow. Lets stop here today.
Class is over.
See you next time See you.
Wish you a good weekend. Have a good weekend!
Dont be shy! Come on, you can do it.
Well done. You are doing better. Dont lose your heart
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1 All eyes on me, please 2 Any one can help him/ her?
/ 3 Any volunteers? 4 Are you clear ?
5 Are you ready? 6 Are you tired?
7 Are you through? 8 Attention, please
9 Be brave / active, please / 10 Can you find the mistakes?
11 Can you follow me? 12 Can you guess it?
13 Can you solve this problem? 14 Class begins

15 Come and see me after class 16 Come on.You can do it


17 Come on, youre almost there./
18 Come to my office after class 19 Come up to the
front, please 20 Do it on your own.
21 Do you have any questions?
23 Do you understand? 24 Dont be nervous 25
Everybody should find a partner . 26 From the very
beginning 27 First lets have a revision 28
Go back to your seat, please 29 Good idea! That makes sense
30 Hands down 31 Hand in your homework
tomorrow 32 Hands up before you answer
33 Have you collected all the exercise-books?
34 Have you finished? 35 Here are your exercise-booksPlease
hand them out.
36 Heres your homework for today 37 I beg your
pardon? 38 Ill give you a clue (hint)
39 Im sorryCan you say that again?? 40 I want
all of you to answer this question 41 Is
everyone here? 42 Is that right /correct? 43 Its
your turn.
45 Lets get ready for class. 46 Lets have a dictation.
47 Let me see. / 48 Lets play a game.
49 Lets read it together. Ready, go!! 50 Lets
take a break. 51 Listen to me, please. 52
Look at the blackboard/screen, please./ 53 Look up the word in
the dictionary. 54 No more talking, please. 55
No voices. Just hands. 56 Now youre going to read one by
one. 57 Open your books, please. 58
Please come earlier next time. 59 Please give him (her) a big
hand./ 60 Please pass the exercise books to the front.
61 Please playtakethe part of B. B
62 Please read it to the end. 63 Please take out your
notebooks/exercise books./ 64 Please turn to Page.
65 Plug in the tape-recorder, please.
67 Raise your hands, please. 68 Read slowly and clearly.
69 Repeat after me/Follow me. 70 See you next
class . 71 Stop here, please. 72 Take it easy./
73 Take notes, please. 74 Take your time.
75 Terrific!/ Wonderful! / Excellent! 76 Thats all for today/the new
lesson/ revision.//()

77 That's not quite right, any other answers ?


78 There goes the bell. 79 Today we're going to do three main things.
80 Use your head. 81 Very
good./Good try./ Well done! 82 Watch me and I'll show you.
83 Were going to have a new lesson today.
84 What day is today? 85 What did we learn in the last
lesson? 86 Whats the date today?
87 Who can answer this question?
89 Whos next? 90 Whos on duty today? 91
Who wants to do it on the blackboard? 92 Who wants to
try? 93 Who wants to come to the front?
94 Whose turn is it? 95 Would you please fetch some chalk for
me?
96 Yesyoure right. 97 You can do it this way.
98 You did a very good job. 99 Youre next.
100Youre great!
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A good beginning makes a good ending.

Hi! Good morning/ afternoon. Good morning/afternoon, class./boys


and girls.

Its so nice/Im so happy to see you again.


Good , you look great/ wonderful today.
How are you doing? Hows it going
You look so happy, any good news?
OK, class/ boys and girls , are you ready to have class/begin? (Instead of saying:
You) May I know your name? (Thats a nice name.) Could you tell me your name,
please? (Youve
got a beautiful name. I really like it. )
Shall we begin our lesson now? Lets start our class, shall we?
2

,
Whod like to answer the
question? Who can answer the question? Who knows the answer? Whod like to
have a try? Would you like to try, Mary? Tim, would you like to have a try? Do you
want to try, Lee? Would you like a second try? Would you like someone to help
you? Whod like to help? Whod like to read the text? Who can spell the word ?
Can you spell the word ? Do you know the Chinese/English of the word?
Whats the English/Chinese for ? Any volunteer? Any one/ boy/ girl?