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TO START THE LESSON USE THESE ONES!

Good morning class!

Good morning class!

Hello everybody!

How are you today?

Please, sit down.

Let's begin the leson now!

Are we ready to start?

LET´S NOW CALL FOR ATTENDANCE!

I am going to take attendance.

I am going to call the roll

Who is absent? Who is absent today ?

TO GET EVERYONE´S ATTENTION TRY THESE!

Listen to me, please!

Be quiet/quiet down, please!

Silence, please!

Can I have your attention, please?

Pay attention, please!

Stop playing around!

Settle down and let's get started. Let's settle down and get started!

THESE ARE SOME SIMPLE COMMANDS

Come in!

Leave!

Sit down!

Wake up!

Be quiet/Quiet!

Turn on/off the light/computer.

Please, come to the front of the class.

Open your books to page...

Turn to the activity in the book.

If you want to review use these:

Eliciting/reviewing information and previous knowledge:
What are we studying today?

What do you remember from our last lesson?

Who would like to get extra credit today?

When you want to start an activity you could use these:

Setting up an activity/Giving instructions for an activity: I'd like you to get into pairs for this activity.
I'd like you to work with a partner.
I'd like you to work alone/ in groups of four
Please, get into pairs/groups of four
I want you to share a photocopy and work together.
What I want you to do is to...
First, let's go over the homework/the explanation together.
Those of you that have finished exercise 5 can move on/go on to exercise 6 and 7.
When you finish you can...
I want you to finish the exercises now/ at home.
Go on/get on/continue with your work.
Could you turn it up/down.
We can't hear it from here./It's too loud.

Try these to hand in and out paper work:

Giving out/taking in work/books/worksheets,etc...
Do you mind collecting the compositions for me, please?
Would you take in/get/collect everyone's writings/essays for me, please?
Can you hand out/give out/distribute these copies, please?
Take one and pass them on.
Take one between the two of you/ for the two of you.
Would you pass the dictionaries/exams to the front/the back, please?

If you want to check the understanding:

Checking understanding Do you understand?
Are you with me?
Ok so far?
Do you get it?
Do you have any questions?
Let's check the answers

Correcting errors:

Encouraging students and correcting errors
Very good.
That's very good
Well done
Great job
That's correct
Excellent
Yes, you've got it
You've got the idea
That's correct
You need more practice with this
You'll have to spend some more time with this
Good, you're getting better.
Your answer is very good/almost right
Ok, that's not the right answer, but let me help you with it.
Let me explain again
Not exactly, have another try/try again
Have a guess
Guess

When you give homework:

Setting homework/assignments, setting deadlines and reacting to homework
This is your homework for tomorrow
There is no homework today
Don't forget your homework
Do excercise 10 on page 23 for your homework
Prepare the next two pages for Monday
Before next lesson, I want you to read the story on page 15
Take a worksheet as you leave

To say good-bye:

Ending the lesson it's time to finish
Have you finished yet?

Are you done?

Let's stop now

Stop now

This is all for now

That's all for now, see you Monday

Goodbye

See you tomorrow

That's all for today, enjoy the weekend

Ok, you can put away your things. See you next week

When students need to ask the teacher for something:

Students talking to the teacher
Excuse me, I'm sorry, I'm late
May I come in?
Can I go to the toilet, please?
I am sorry, I left my book/homework at home/in the classroom
I forgot my homework
I didn't have time to do my homework. I am sorry
Sorry, I don't understand that
Could you speak more slowly, please?
Can you repeat that, please? I didn't understand
Can you explain that again, please?
How do you say X in English?
How do you spell "x"?
What's the difference between "x" and "y"?
What does "x" mean?
What's the meaning of "X"?
How do you pronounce "x"?

When students have to interact in the classroom:

Students talking to another student

Have you done your homework? Did you do your homework?
What's the / for homework?
What page is it on? What page are we on?
Can you help me do this exercise?
What do we have to do now?
Can I share your book with you?
Excuse me, that's my book
Can you lend me a pen?
Can you pass me the rubber/eraser, please?
We have to work in pairs, don't we? do we have to work in pairs?
Who's going to start?
Whose turn is it?
It's my turn now
We have to compare our work

plastica y visual

primary colors
secondary colors
mixing
color wheels
tools
draw
pie slices
warm color
bright color
cool color
neutral color
hues
dark
light
tint
add
shade

MATEMÁTICAS:

Place and value:
one place to the left/right
zero place holder
whole numbers
value grid
let's look at...
multiply/divide by
is the same as...
small multiples
there is / are...
How many... are there in...?
there are about...
tenth
index notation
raise to the power
ordinary numbers
standard form
powers of tens
it can be written Square and triangular numbers:

square root
the tenth triangular number
multiply a number by itself
to square a number
three squared
consecutive odd numbers
squence of numbers
add
add together two numbers

the area
the length of the sides
inverse
the product of two square numbers is/quotient
factors
a number can be made by dividing
find out
tick
calculator
approximation to 9
decimal places
decimal points
infinite
10 lies between 9 and 16
10 is closer to 9 than to 16
the answer must be between...
too small/big
trial and improvement

cubes and cube numbers:
1 cubed
1 to the power of 3
base
index/indices
index law
odd/even power
subtracted/added
algebraically Divisibility:
Fractions and shapes
quarter
thirds
sixths
eighths
fiftieths
twentieths
twenty-fifths
divide into
one divided into four equal parts
numerator
denominator
two parts out of five parts altogether
convert some number to another number
proper
all
size
Pelmanism
equivalent fractions
terminating decimal
recurring decimal
exact fraction
ordering fraction
lowest common multiple LCM

Divisibility:
multiples
primes
factors
divisible by
digit sum
a two-digit number
the last digit
halving
half
both

multiples and factors:
rectangular arrangements
pairs

prime numbers:
sieve of Erastosthenes
even prime number
successive numbers
testing for prime numbers
leave a remainder
prime factor decomposition
methods of decomposition
factor trees
divide by prime numbers

HCF & LCM:

common multiples
hundred grid
lowest common multiple
highest common factor
cancelling fractions

Good morning class!

Hello everybody!

How are you today?

Please, sit down.

Let's begin the leson now!

Are we ready to start?

I am going to take attendance.

I am going to call the roll

Who is absent? Who is absent today ?

Listen to me, please!

Be quiet/quiet down, please!

Silence, please!

Can I have your attention, please?

Pay attention, please!

Stop playing around!

Settle down and let's get started. Let's settle down and get started!

Come in!

Leave!

Sit down!

Wake up!

Be quiet/Quiet!

Turn on/off the light/computer.

Please, come to the front of the class.

Open your books to page...

Turn to the activity in the book.

Eliciting/reviewing information and previous knowledge:What are we studying today?

What do you remember from our last lesson?

Who would like to get extra credit today?

Setting up an activity/Giving instructions for an activity:I'd like you to get into pairs for this activity.

I'd like you to work with a partner.

I'd like you to work alone/ in groups of four

Please, get into pairs/groups of four

I want you to share a photocopy and work together.

What I want you to do is to...

First, let's go over the homework/the explanation together.

Those of you that have finished exercise 5 can move on/go on to exercise 6 and 7.

When you finish you can...

I want you to finish the exercises now/ at home.

Go on/get on/continue with your work.

Could you turn it up/down.

We can't hear it from here./It's too loud.

Giving out/taking in work/books/worksheets,etc...Do you mind collecting the compositions for me, please?

Would you take in/get/collect everyone's writings/essays for me, please?

Can you hand out/give out/distribute these copies, please?

Take one and pass them on.

Take one between the two of you/ for the two of you.

Would you pass the dictionaries/exams to the front/the back, please?

Checking understanding

Do you understand?

Are you with me?

Ok so far?

Do you get it?

Do you have any questions?

Let's check the answers

Encouraging students and correcting errorsVery good.

That's very good

Well done

Great job

That's correct

Excellent

Yes, you've got it

You've got the idea

That's correct

You need more practice with this

You'll have to spend some more time with this

Good, you're getting better.

Your answer is very good/almost right

Ok, that's not the right answer, but let me help you with it.

Let me explain again

Not exactly, have another try/try again

Have a guess

Guess

Setting homework/assignments, setting deadlines and reacting to homeworkThis is your homework for tomorrow

There is no homework today

Don't forget your homework

Do excercise 10 on page 23 for your homework

Prepare the next two pages for Monday

Before next lesson, I want you to read the story on page 15

Take a worksheet as you leave

Ending the lesson

it's time to finishHave you finished yet?

Are you done?

Let's stop now

Stop now

This is all for now

That's all for now, see you Monday

Goodbye

See you tomorrow

That's all for today, enjoy the weekend

Ok, you can put away your things. See you next week

Students talking to the teacher

Excuse me, I'm sorry, I'm late

May I come in?

Can I go to the toilet, please?

I am sorry, I left my book/homework at home/in the classroom

I forgot my homework

I didn't have time to do my homework. I am sorry

Sorry, I don't understand that

Could you speak more slowly, please?

Can you repeat that, please? I didn't understand

Can you explain that again, please?

How do you say X in English?

How do you spell "x"?

What's the difference between "x" and "y"?

What does "x" mean?

What's the meaning of "X"?

How do you pronounce "x"?

Students talking to another studentHave you done your homework? Did you do your homework?

What's the / for homework?

What page is it on? What page are we on?

Can you help me do this exercise?

What do we have to do now?

Can I share your book with you?

Excuse me, that's my book

Can you lend me a pen?

Can you pass me the rubber/eraser, please?

We have to work in pairs, don't we? do we have to work in pairs?

Who's going to start?

Whose turn is it?

It's my turn now

We have to compare our work

primary colors

secondary colors

mixing

color wheels

tools

draw

pie slices

warm color

bright color

cool color

neutral color

hues

dark

light

tint

add

shade

Place and value:one place to the left/right

zero place holder

whole numbers

value grid

let's look at...

multiply/divide by

is the same as...

small multiples

there is / are...

How many... are there in...?

there are about...

tenth

index notation

raise to the power

ordinary numbers

standard form

powers of tens

it can be written

Square and triangular numbers:square root

the tenth triangular number

multiply a number by itself

to square a number

three squared

consecutive odd numbers

squence of numbers

add

add together two numbers

the area

the length of the sides

inverse

the product of two square numbers is/quotient

factors

a number can be made by dividing

find out

tick

calculator

approximation to 9

decimal places

decimal points

infinite

10 lies between 9 and 16

10 is closer to 9 than to 16

the answer must be between...

too small/big

trial and improvement

cubes and cube numbers:1 cubed

1 to the power of 3

base

index/indices

index law

odd/even power

subtracted/added

algebraically

Divisibility:Fractions and shapes

quarter

thirds

sixths

eighths

fiftieths

twentieths

twenty-fifths

divide into

one divided into four equal parts

numerator

denominator

two parts out of five parts altogether

convert some number to another number

proper

all

size

Pelmanism

equivalent fractions

terminating decimal

recurring decimal

exact fraction

ordering fraction

lowest common multiple LCM

Divisibility:multiples

primes

factors

divisible by

digit sum

a two-digit number

the last digit

halving

half

both

multiples and factors:rectangular arrangements

pairs

prime numbers:sieve of Erastosthenes

even prime number

successive numbers

testing for prime numbers

leave a remainder

prime factor decomposition

methods of decomposition

factor trees

divide by prime numbers

HCF & LCM:common multiples

hundred grid

lowest common multiple

highest common factor

cancelling fractions