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Classroom Language

Post by BILLAL on Thu Nov 17, 2011 10:26 pm

To encourage students to speak only in English in the classroom, make sure
they know simple transactional phrases that they can use to manage their
interaction. Often these phrases come so naturally in the native
language that it's difficult to break the habit. To help everyone learn
and remember this, make a list of these phrases on the board (or put
them on a poster for the classroom) and add additional similar phrases
as the need arises.

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