Ungkapan Bahasa Inggris Untuk Pengajaran (Classroom English Language Part 2)

Seperti yang penulis janjikan pada artikel sebelumnya bahwa mengenai materi Classroom English Language penulis akan menghadirkan tiga bagian. Bagian pertama sudah penulis tunaikan pada artikel sebelumnya di link berikut:

Ungkapan Bahasa Inggris untuk Pengajaran (Classroom English Language Part 1)

Selanjutnya, pada artikel kali ini akan membahas tentang ungkapan – ungkapan Bahasa Inggris untuk pengajaran (Classroom English Language Part 2).

Let’s get it!

During the Lesson (Pembelajaran Sedang Berlangsung)

Terdapat enam belas tahap ungkapan – ungkapan bahasa Inggris untuk pengajaran (Classroom English Language) pada waktu pembelajaran sedang berlangsung (whilst activity/ during the lesson). What are they? Let’s check them out!

1. Getting Started

  • Open your books to page 29, please
  • Open your books to Chapter 9
  • Look at the figure (chart/ graph) on page 17
  • Let’s consider the example from page 35
  • First, read over the problem
  • Let’s go over the homework questions
  • Everyone take out your homework, please

2. Monitoring Readiness

  • Is everyone ready?
  • Are you with me?
  • Are you ready to move on?
  • Does everyone know where we are now?

3. Distractions/ Interruptions

  • Pay attention, please
  • Please be quiet when I’m talking. Thank You
  • Don’t interrupt other people
  • Let me (him/ her) finish talking, please
  • Would you like to say something to the class?
  • Andy, what is so interesting? Why are you talking ?
  • Your phone should be turned off during class
  • Put your phone away, please
  • The next time your phone rings during class, I will ask you to leave
  • That’s it. Take your phone out of the classroom, and don’t bring it back next week
  • Please don’t bother your classmates
  • Have you finished the assignment?
  • Please let the other students concentrate on their work

4. Calling on Students

  • Sinta, please share your answer with the class
  • Randy, what do you have for number 9?
  • Do you have an answer?
  • How about number 7?
  • Do you know the answer?
  • Deila, how about number 3?
  • Would anyone care to take a guess?
  • Wath did you come up with?
  • What do you think?
  • Who had “The First Amandement” for number 21?
  • Does anyone have a different answer?
  • What do you think about this idea?
  • Do you agree with him, Daniel?
  • Which is the best answer?
  • Who knows the answer to this?
  • Who can give us the answer?
  • Are there any other possible answers?
  • Anything else?

5. Verifying (Memverifikasi)

  • So, you’re saying that …. Is that right?
  • Do you mean that …?
  • Are you sure about that?
  • I think you want to say …. Is that correct?
  • Are you trying to say …?
  • Hmm. I’m not sure where that came from
  • Let me get this stright … OK?

6. Clarification (Klarifikasi)

  • What did you say?
  • Could you repeat that?
  • One more time, please?
  • Can you rephrase that?
  • Let me see if I understand you. What you’re saying is …
  • I think I understand, but let me put (explain) it a different (another) way

7. Encouraging Discussion

  • Who would like to say something?
  • Can you add anything to that?
  • Could you say a little more on that?
  • Can you explain that?
  • Can you elaborate on that?
  • Do you agree with Amanda?
  • What do you think about?
  • How do you feel about?
  • How does that compare to?
  • Can you summarize this for us?
  • What is the main point of all this?
  • Do you have any thoughts on that?
  • Can you contribute anything to the discussion?
  • Let’s throw some ideas around, and see what happens.
  • Can you find any similarities between …?
  • What are the important differences between …?
  • Where does all this lead us?
  • Does anyone have a different opinion
  • I see what you’re saying. Go on

10. Disagreeing with Students

  • I’m sorry, but I must disagree with you on the point
  • I disagree
  • I really don’t see it that way
  • Perhaps I’m mistaken, but …
  • I disagree for the following reasons
  • I hate to disagree with you here, but …
  • I respect your opinion, but …
  • I wish I could agree with you, but …
  • Correct me if I’m wrong, but didn’t you …?
  • Yes, but…
  • That’s a good point, but …
  • That’s true, but …

11. Strong Disagreement/ Confronttational

  • What?
  • You’ve got to be kidding me
  • Oh, come on!
  • That’s just not true
  • How can you say that?
  • No way!
  • Absolutely not
  • Face the facts. You’re wrong
  • You cannot believe that!
  • How can you say that?
  • That just doesn’t make sense
  • I’m sorry, but I just can’t imagine how you think

12. Pair / Group Work

  • Everyone, find a partner
  • Get into pairs, please
  • Work with the person beside you
  • I want you to work on this with a partner
  • Who is your partner?
  • Do you need a help finding a partner?
  • Dania will be your partner

13. Giving Instructions

  • Open your books to page 45
  • Come up and write it on the board
  • Could you try the next one?
  • I would like you to write this down
  • Would you mind switching the lights on?
  • It might be an idea to leave this till next time
  • Who would like to read?
  • Which topic will your group report on?
  • Do you want to answer question 5?

14. Sequencing

  • First of all, today …
  • Right. Now, we will go on to the next exercise
  • Have you finished?
  • For the last thing today, let’s …
  • Whose turn id it to read?
  • Which question are you on?
  • Next one, please
  • Who hasn’t answered yet?
  • Let me explain what I want you to do next
  • The idea of this exercise is for you to …
  • You have ten minutes to do this
  • Your time is up
  • Finish this by twenty to seven
  • Can you all see the board?
  • Have you found the place?
  • Are you all ready?

15. Supervision

  • Look this way
  • Look here
  • Look at the board
  • Stop talking
  • Listen to what … is saying
  • Leave that alone now
  • Be careful
  • Pay attention

16. Summarizing and Concluding

  • To summarize
  • In summary
  • What we have been talking about…
  • Okay, we have discussed…
  • So far (up until now), I have been trying to show you…
  • To conclude
  • In conclusion
  • Let’s put together everything we have talked about thus far
  • The important point to remember are…
  • The conclusion we can draw from this are …
  • How would you summarize the theory?
  • Let’s review what we’ve looked at today …
Baiq Hamidatul Robi'ah, S.Pd.
Baiq Hamidatul Robi'ah, S.Pd.
Baiq Hamidatul Robi'ah adalah seorang guru Bahasa Inggris sekaligus merangkap sebagai pengolah data di salah satu sekolah negeri di kabupaten Lombok Timur.



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