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Sunday, July 15, 2012

Autonomous learning. Dictation. Intermediate to high

Choose your level under each provided dictation.
The Autonomous learning label contains tasks that students can carry out on their own. Level: this site works better with intermediate to high levels Skills: listening and spelling Type of task:  students listen to a recording and write what they hear
  • Choose your level  (in green). 
  • Choose FULL mode if you don't want to sign in
  • Choose QUICK mode or BLANK mode if you want to sign in
 You are ready to start your dictation. This is the link: HERE
Thanks to our teacher trainer Mike O'Neill for providing us with the link to this resource. Course 77 at the British Council Summer 2012.

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