Ranking classroom language

Ranking classroom language teacher training worksheet (Workshop worksheet 2)
Team A (usefulness) version
1. Choose the top 10 most useful phrases below to teach and practice in class. When there are several options below for the language that could be used (e.g. extra language in brackets), rank it according to the most useful version.
(Can you) (speak) more slowly please?
Here you are
Can I have…, please?
One more time, please/ Can you repeat, please?
How do you say… in English?
How do you spell…./ that/ it?
Which syllable is stressed?
Can you write the phonemics, please?
How do you pronounce…/ this word/ this?
What does … mean?
(Sorry) I don’t understand (…)?
Can you say/ explain that another way, please?
Can you write that down please?
(We are) finished
It’s my/ your turn
Can you pass (the dice) please?
Can you help me please?
Can I go to the toilet (= the bathroom/ restroom), please?
Can I drink some water, please?
Sorry, I don’t have a (pen/ workbook)
What does… stand for?
Just a minute (I haven’t finished (yet))
I’m hot/ cold. Can you turn on/ turn off/ adjust/ change the heating/ air conditioning please?
What is the difference between (“first” and “fast”)?
May I come in please?
Can I borrow a pencil/ pen/ eraser, please?
2. If there is more than one team B, change groups and work with someone else with the same worksheet and compare answers.
3. Change groups again and compare with someone from a team A to see if the language which is easiest and most useful matches.

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Ranking classroom language teacher training worksheet (Workshop worksheet 2)
Ranking classroom language- Team B (difficulty) version
1. Choose the top 10 most useful phrases below to teach and practice in class. When there are several options below for the language that could be used (e.g. extra language in brackets), rank it according to the most useful version.
(Can you) (speak) more slowly please?
Here you are
Can I have…, please?
One more time, please/ Can you repeat, please?
How do you say… in English?
How do you spell…./ that/ it?
Which syllable is stressed?
Can you write the phonemics, please?
How do you pronounce…/ this word/ this?
What does … mean?
(Sorry) I don’t understand (…)?
Can you say/ explain that another way, please?
Can you write that down please?
(We are) finished
It’s my/ your turn
Can you pass (the dice) please?
Can you help me please?
Can I go to the toilet (= the bathroom/ restroom), please?
Can I drink some water, please?
Sorry, I don’t have a (pen/ workbook)
What does… stand for?
Just a minute (I haven’t finished (yet))
I’m hot/ cold. Can you turn on/ turn off/ adjust/ change the heating/ air conditioning please?
What is the difference between (“first” and “fast”)?
May I come in please?
Can I borrow a pencil/ pen/ eraser, please?
2. If there is more than one team B, change groups and work with someone else with the same worksheet and compare answers.
3. Change groups again and compare with someone from a team A to see if the language which is easiest and most useful matches.

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