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A Multilevel Dictation for Low and Intermediate Levels created by John Antonellis.

  1. The teacher dictates key words one at a time.  Students write the words and then check their work.
  2. The teacher dictates sentences with the key words.  Students orally repeat the sentences and write the number of words they hear.
  3. Students write the sentence referring to the key word list as needed.

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This handout has been adpated to fit blog formatting.

 

Part 1:  Listen and write the word you hear.

 

1. _____________       5. ______________   

 

2. _____________       6. _____________ 

 

3. _____________       7. _____________ 

 

4. _____________       8. _______________

             

Part 2:  Listen and write the sentences you hear.

 

How many words?

_________

1.  ______________________________________________

 

How many words?

_________

2.  ______________________________________________

 

How many words?

_________

3.  _____________________________________________

 

How many words?

_________

4.  ______________________________________________

 

How many words?

_________

5.  _____________________________________________

 

 

More of My Posts about Multilevel Teaching

The Multilevel Teacher:  Creating a Common Classroom Experience http://wp.me/pMYto-b0

Conversation Cards:  A Warm-up Activity  http://wp.me/pMYto-8d

Mixing It Up!    http://wp.me/pMYto-3w

Building Better Learners:  The Teacher’s Worksheet  http://wp.me/pMYto-a8

Differentiating Instruction in a Multi-level Classroom  http://wp.me/pMYto-14

Working Across Levels in the Multi-level Classroom  http://wp.me/sMYto-61

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