New Methods, New Possibilities
This book contains a wealth of new techniques to extend the traditional language-learning activity of dictation. It presents thought-provoking answers to such apparently simple questions as: Who chooses the text? Who dictates? Who corrects? What and how do they correct? The activities range from traditional focuses on spelling and punctuation problems to exercise that emphasize personal attitudes and opinions of both teachers and students. Dictation provides activities suitable for a wide range of levels and ages, example texts for many activities, with permission to copy, opportunities for students to create their own texts, a variety of suggested correction techniques, and suggestions for using dictation in teacher training.
- Provides dictation activities that teachers can use with students of a range of levels and ages.
- Includes example texts for many activities.
- Supports teachers with suggested correction techniques.
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