Monthly Archives: October 2020

“Putting it all together” dictation

Let’s practice dictation in a fun way!

I will read a short story, at a natural pace, a couple of times. Then I will hand out the story on a piece of paper, but the story is jumbled and sentences have been divided. The students study the story for a minute and then turn the sheet over. I will read the story a third time. Students turn over the sheet of paper, cut up the jumbled phrases and re-organise the whole story.

Reference

Dictation: New Methods, New possibilities by Paul Davis and Mario Rinvolucri (Cambridge, 1988)

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Jack-O-Lantern Contest

Halloween Page Makers

This is a fun activity to celebrate Halloween in your English lessons and encourage creativity among students.

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Jack-O-Lantern Contest