僕はアルクの月刊『子ども英語』雑誌でCool & Genki Englishの記事を書いています。 英語教室で使う表現を、ネイティブスピーカーの言い方でもっとかっこよくします。
"Good" is a good word. When you hear it you feel good. You think to yourself "that was good". It's not bad. It's good. But it could be better...
For example the movie might be called "Spiderman", but the comic book is called "The Amazing Spiderman". Superman isn't just a hero, he's a super hero. The Incredibles aren't just good, they are incredible. And last year the Silver Surfer didn't just fight any four astronauts, he fought "The Fantastic Four". And because your students have you as their teacher, I'm sure they're not just good. I bet they are excellent. Or brilliant. So let them know. Instead of just writing "good!" on their homework, let them know that they, just like you, are really…
Amazing! Super! Incredible and Fantastic!