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L'importance du 'Classroom English' en classe d'anglais ne fait plus aucun doute. Ces quelques formules, utilisées aussi bien par le professeur que par les élèves, font partie intégrante des rituels de la séance et permettent, outre l'instauration d'un climat de travail efficace, la réactivation constante de diverses structures et d'éléments lexicaux courants. Cela permet également de faire travailler, entre autres, l'intonation des questions, des ordres, ainsi que l'accent de mot et l'accent de phrase.
Ce premier document a pour but d'aider les professeurs d'anglais à varier et à enrichir leur "banque de données". Les expressions ci-dessous trouvent leur place tout au long du déroulement d'une séance type, en collège comme en lycée (à adapter bien évidemment, selon le niveau de la classe).

1.  BEGINNING OF LESSON 2.  COMMANDING AND REQUESTING

-  Take your coat(s) off
-  Come on
-  Let's get started
-  Hurry up so that I can start the lesson
-  Come in and close the door
-  Don't slam the door
-  Good morning/afternoon , everyone
-  How are you today?
-  I hope you are all feeling fit today
-  Is everybody ready to start?
-  I'm waiting for you to be quiet
-  We will not start until everyone is quiet
-  Stop talking so we can stat
-  Who is missing today?
-  What is wrong/ What is the matter with XXXXX today?
-  Why are you late?
-  Where have you been?
-  What do you say when you are late?
-  You're late, it's the second time this week. Don't let this happen again.

 

-  Open the window
-  Close your books
-  (Don't) write this down
-  Don't look at the answers
-  Come on , everybody
-  Don't you talk, you two girls
-  (Do) be quiet
-  (Do) try to hurry up a little more
-  Just sit down and be quiet
-  Just put that magazine / cell phone away
-  I want you to finish this off at home
-  I expect you to use your own words to sum up the text
-  I want this work(to be) finished by Monday
-  I expect this task(to be) copied out neatly
-  You must have it finished by Monday
-  You will have to write this out again
-  You should write your name at the top of this sheet
-  You are to work in groups of three
-  You are to finish this off right away.

 
3.  SUGGESTING AND PERSUADING 4.  END OF LESSON

-  Let's start now
-  What if we leave this exercise until next time?
-  Why not put the verb at the end?
-  Couldn't we say this in a simpler way?
-  I think you ought to revise your lessons more regularly
-  I think you should all concentrate on the key-words
-  We can finish next time, don't you think ?
-  Perhaps you could check the vocabulary before reading the text
-  I suggest (that) you omit the adverb
-  I would suggest you go / went through this more carefully
-  It would be better if you used a pencil instead of a biro
-  You'd better underline the new words
-  We can just as well use the simple past here

-  It's almost time to stop
-  I'm afraid we'll have to stop here
-  There's the bell. So we must stop working
-  That's all for today, thank you
-  There are still three minutes to go, so let's finish this exercise
-  Sit quietly until the bell rings
-  We still have two minutes in hand, so carry on with this worksheet for the rest of the lesson
-  I don't think we've got time to finish this task now
-  We'll continue working on this document next time
-  Stay where you are for the moment, I havesomething to tell/ give you before you go
-  Just hold on a minute
-  That will do for today. Thank you