“Good”, “Well done”, “I am fine, thank you. And you?” Are you bored with these phrases? Are you looking for a new and different language to use with your students? If yes, you are searching for it in the right place. Some teachers, especially those who have many students and are teaching intermediate and higher levels, very often face this problem. Definitely, it is not connected with the competency of a teacher, but more with her habits or “habitual classroom language”. To make things easier, we have prepared a list of useful phrases that will help you to make maybe a small, but meaningful difference in the procedure of your lessons.
Classroom language for teachers