Monday, 16 January 2012

Using English In The Classroom

Sebagai pengajar bahasa Inggris sebaiknya kita membiasakan diri untuk selalu berbahasa Inggris di dalam kelas. Namun terkadang kita kebingungan mencari ekspresi-ekspresi yang komunikatif. Berikut ini saya coba tuliskan contoh ekspresi-ekspresi dan juga instruksi yang biasa dipakai pengajar di dalam kelas bahasa Inggris.

  • Expression based on these situations:

a.    You are checking attendance
  -Who’s absent today?
  -Is anyone absent?
  -Where’s Sarah today?
  -Where were you yesterday, Chiko?

b.    You are about to begin a new lesson in the book.
  -Today we’re going to begin Lesson 5.
  -Turn to Lesson 5 in your books.
  -Today we’re going to practise…
  -In this lesson,we’re going to read about…

c.    The class have done some homework.
   1.You are going through the answers together.
      -What’s the answer to number 1?
      -What about the next one?
      -Has anyone got a different answer?
      -Is that correct?
   2.You want the students to correct each other’s work.
      -Everybody,change books.
      -Give your book to the person next to you.
   3.You want to know how many had the correct answer.
      -Who had the correct answer?
      -Who got it right?

d.     A student is not paying attention.
   -Nadia,what are you doing?
   -Stop talking at the back!
   -Mona,are you listening?

e.     The bell rings for the end of the lesson.
  -That’s all for today.
  -That’s the end of the lesson.
  -It’s time to stop now.
  -Please finish the exercise for homework.

                  Sumber pustaka : Teach English by Adrian Doff

  • Berikut ini 10 instruksi yang bisa dipakai di dalam kelas:
1.    Get your books and pencils out.
2.    Pick your pencils up.
3.    Move the tables back.
4.    Turn your chairs round to face the wall chart.
5.    Put all your things away.
6.    Close the window beside you.
7.    Put your pencils down.
8.    Turn back to face the front.
9.    Leave these tables here.
10.  Leave the windows open.

Sumber pustaka : English For Primary Teachers by Mary Slattery & Jane Wiilis

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