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1 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event 6th May 2011 Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti CULTURA INGLESA MANAUS – AM

2 The noise of so many Ss speaking will lead to the raising of voices, therefore, the name “shouting dictation”. The T can add to this by walking up and down between the rows talking nonsense or playing some music. Procedures: Get Ss to sit in two lines facing each other. The lines should be a good distance apart. The person they face is their shouting dictation partner. Ss must then take turns and dictate to each other the text, stopping when they have got a blank / blanks. When the S dictating comes to a blank, it is then their partner’s turn to continue until the next blank / blanks. 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 The pair who has the fewest mistakes is the winner! SHOUTING DICTATION

3 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 STUDENT B _____ _____ _____ ____ ____ come to Cultura Inglesa _______ _____ _____ _______ I prefer _____ _____ _____ and playing on the computer ____ ____ I can’t ________ _______ ________ What a nightmare! Why do I have to come to Cultura Inglesa to have English lessons? I prefer watching television, sleeping and playing on the computer all day! I can’t even send messages! What a nightmare! ANSWER KEY STUDENT A Why do I have to_____ ______ ______ _____ to have English lessons? ______ _____ watching television, sleeping ______ ____ ______ _____ _____ all day! _____ ____ even send messages! ________ _______ ________

4 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 Procedures: A volunteer S reads out a short text with gaps. The other Ss have to write down the text with the gaps. After writing down the text, the Ss, including the volunteer S, complete the gaps with the correct verb in the correct tense (or adjective, noun or any other teaching point being revised). The one who gets most of the gaps correct is the winner! REVISION DICTATION

5 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 A nine-year-old girl in Brazil ____ just ____ the world’s youngest mother. She ___ birth last week to a healthy baby daughter. The father of the baby a sixteen-year-old youth, _____ _____ off to escape the law. Both parents ____ from illiterate farming families in a remote part of Brazil. A nine-year-old girl in Brazil has just become the world’s youngest mother. She gave birth last week to a healthy baby daughter. The father of the baby a sixteen-year-old youth, has run off to escape the law. Both parents come from illiterate farming families in a remote part of Brazil. ANSWER KEY

6 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 Procedures: Class is divided into small groups. Each group gets a sentence or two from the text in random order. One person from each group has to dictate their sentence/sentences to the rest of the class and the groups then have to decide on the correct order of the sentences. The first group who has completed the task, shouts “STOP” and reads out their text for it to be checked by the class / teacher. JUMBLED DICTATION

7 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 Can I have a guitar, please? I also want Cds. Dear Mum and Dad, A friend at school has got one and it’s great! It’s my birthday soon. Love, Ana Thank you very much. Can I have the Coldplay Cds, please? It’s my birthday soon. Can I have a guitar, please? A friend at school has got one and it’s great! I also want Cds. Can I have the Coldplay Cds, please? Thank you very much. Love, Ana ANSWER KEY Dear Mum and Dad,

8 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 Punctuation Marks., ; PERIOD (Am)/FULL STOP (Br) COMMA SEMI-COLON : ? ! COLON QUESTION MARK EXCLAMATION MARK “ ” QUOTATION MARKS (Am) / INVERTED COMMAS (Br)

9 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 PROCEDURES: Teacher dictates part of a paragraph to the rest of the class without using either rhythm, stress, intonation or dictating any punctuation marks. Care should be taken to split up collocations and avoid pausing in the correct parts of the text so that the groups of words dictated do not help the Ss in any way. MONOTONOUS DICTATION

10 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 an english teacher wrote these / words on the whiteboard woman / without her man / is nothing the teacher / then asked the students to / punctuate the words correctly the / men wrote woman without / her man is nothing the / women wrote woman without / her man is nothing / An English teacher wrote these words on the whiteboard: The women wrote: “Woman! Without her, man is nothing.” The men wrote: “Woman, without her man, is nothing.” The teacher then asked the students to punctuate the words correctly. “woman without her man is nothing” Answer key

11 6th BRAZ-TESOL Manaus Chapter Event Rina Barreiro & Kesä Lehti 6th May 2011 Thank you for your PPP! Presence Participation and Patience!!!


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