教学自然流畅的必需品Transition language that guides students in speaking
1. I can see from your shining eyes that you have a different opinion from other students. Stand up courageously and share your thoughts.
2. What do you all think about the question we just discussed? I see this student hesitating. Why don't you be a little brave and give it a try? Let's give him a round of applause!
3. You all were so attentive just now, surely you have some insights of your own? Would any student like to share their feelings with us?
4. Learning requires observation. What information did you observe from this paragraph (or this question)?
5. This is an interesting question. Can we think about it together and discuss possible reasons?
6. Your comment was of high quality, the teacher didn't think of that aspect before. What do you all think about this question? Can we work together to solve this problem?
7. "The one who is closest to the water's edge gets the moon," please answer this question, you who are closest to me.
The transitional language to affirm student speaking
1. "It's easy to understand things on paper, but true understanding comes from practical application." I should learn from the author, but I should also learn from you because you are able to read between the lines and understand the deeper meaning behind the words.
2. Let's give a round of applause for this student! In the process of learning, we should be bold and curious in order to make discoveries and create new things!
3. That was really well said. I can tell just by listening that you truly understand the material and are able to express yourself fluently and naturally.
4. You gave a great answer. It's clear that you really understood the author and were able to get inside their head.
5. I really admire you for being able to connect all the knowledge you've learned, which is a very rare way of reading.
6. Your perspective is quite unique, and it's great how you are able to relate your own understanding of the material to the context.
7. You are truly inspiring. Your teacher likes your courage to think, speak, ask, and argue, and we hope you keep it up.
8. Your expression was clear and your viewpoint was correct. It's obvious that you did solid preparation work before class, and your attitude towards learning is worth emulating!
9. Your preparation was really comprehensive, and your ability to self-learn is strong. Please share your learning methods with your classmates as a model of good learning.
10. Your willingness to ask questions and explore the areas you don't understand is akin to that of a scientist. Keep up the good work!
The transitional language to encourage students with incomplete answers
1. Thank you for your active participation and it's obvious that you're a proactive thinker. However, there seem to be differences in opinions among your classmates. Is there any room for adjustment and clarification in your statements? Please think about it again and see if any of your classmates would like to add some points.
2. Although there are still some areas for improvement in your answer, your active and innovative thinking is commendable. In terms of learning, the process of thinking is just as important as the outcome.
3. The teacher suspects that you have a clear train of thought regarding this question, but the only shortcoming is the lack of fluency in expressing it. Could you please allow the teacher to help you restate it?
4. It seems that you have a different perspective from other students. This student's new point of view is very insightful, which is the result of being good at thinking. Is there any other student with a different opinion?
5. The teacher really hopes to see you excel in the next class - more actively, more boldly, and more confidently!
The transitional language to guide students in reading the text
1. "No writing, no reading." Please read and think about this question, circle and highlight in the textbook, and annotate your own understanding.
2. "Read a hundred times, and the meaning will be clear." I invite my classmates to read this section several times and understand its meaning.
3. In this way, our souls float in the lines and let our hearts be immersed in the book's ink and fragrance, and let recitation cleanse our minds. Read again the text that moves you.
4. What vivid language, what philosophical language! Let us remember it again! Let's read it together...
5. How impressive! Through these concise words, we see so many interesting scenes. Let us imagine these scenes while we read.
6. What an interesting conversation! Let's take on different roles and give new life to the words through our voices!
7. Please read silently. As the saying goes, "When reading, cherish your first feeling." Please circle the sentence that left a deep impression on you and make notes where you didn't understand.
8. Language has temperature and is expressed through words. Let us feel and savor every word, every sentence. Please read this passage silently.
The transitional language for group discussions
1. Faced with such viewpoints, each of us may have our own different opinions. Now let's exchange and discuss, learn from others' strengths and make up for our own weaknesses, while also expressing our own opinions.
2. This seemingly simple sentence actually contains a truth. Now let's divide into groups to discuss and think about what the author wants to tell us. Let's begin!
3. The students in the third group all have their eyes wide open and bright, and each person's viewpoint is very clear. I can feel that you are all very serious and focused!
4. The students are discussing very enthusiastically and communicating extensively. I believe everyone already has their own conclusions, so let's share them now!
5. Seeing everyone discussing so fervently, I believe that many sparks of wisdom have been generated. Which group would like to share first?
6. The first group of students is eager to share, so please come and share.
Thetransitional language used for summarizing at the end of class
1. Can students and teachers recall what we have learned in this class?
2. Thank you, classmates, for spending these precious 40 minutes with me. As we part ways, I would like to share this quote with you: "In reading, one should strive to make broad knowledge shallow and shallow knowledge deep."
3. Dear students, the world of literature is full of beauty and wonder. With diligence, each and everyone of you can appreciate its limitless sceneries.
4. Today, all of you have performed exceptionally well in class. I believe that with continued hard work, you can make even greater progress. Please review and consolidate what we have learned today, and prepare for the next class in advance. As the saying goes, "No pains, no gains." Keep it up, classmates!
5. Today, through your own efforts, you have discovered and learned so much. I am truly proud of you. There is still so much knowledge waiting to be explored and discovered in life. As long as we put in more effort, we will grow faster.
6. Dear students, so many of the knowledge we learn in our daily studies are the result of countless experiments and hard work by our predecessors. It is my hope that in your future studies, you will approach your learning with even more seriousness, continuously exploring and striving for greater progress.