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  1. 1. Transcription<br />
  2. 2. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, an excerpt from a short story, a letter, etc.) Chosen by learners where at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general idea of the content and understand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs. Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need to repeat the paragraph several times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text and producing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they are then completing.<br />
  3. 3. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, a excerpt from a short story, a letter, etc.) Chosen by learners where at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general idea of the content and understand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs. Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need to repeat the paragraph several times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text and producing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they are then completing.<br />
  4. 4. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, a excerpt from a short story, a letter, etc.) Chosen by learners where at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general idea of the content and understand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs. Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need to repeat the paragraph several times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text and producing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they are then completing.<br />
  5. 5. To give an idea, let’s take the instructions as an example text<br />
  6. 6. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, an excerpt froma short story, a letter, etc.) Chosen by learners where at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general ideaof the content and understand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs. Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need to repeat the paragraph several times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text and producing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they are then completing.<br />
  7. 7. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, an excerpt froma short story,a letter, etc.) Chosen by learners where at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general idea of the content and understand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs. Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need to repeat the paragraph several times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text and producing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they arethen completing.<br />
  8. 8. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, an excerpt froma short story, a letter, etc.) Chosen by learners where at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general idea of the content andunderstand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs. Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need to repeat the paragraph several times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text andproducing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they are then completing.<br />
  9. 9. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, an excerpt from a short story, a letter, etc.) Chosen by learnerswhere at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general idea of the content and understand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs. Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need to repeat the paragraph several times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text andproducing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they are then completing.<br />
  10. 10. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, an excerpt from a short story, a letter, etc.) Chosen by learners where at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general idea of the content and understand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs. Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need torepeat the paragraphseveral times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text and producing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they are then completing.<br />
  11. 11. Take a piece of writing (an article of news, an excerpt froma short story,a letter, etc.) Chosen by learnerswhere at all possible.<br />After making sure learners get a general idea of the content and understand most of the concepts, divide the writing into paragraphs.Each paragraph is read by a different learner while the others transcribe.<br />The learner should read at a normal pace and will need torepeat the paragraph several times. Meanwhile, the other learners are slowly building up their text and producing their own ‘gap-fills’ which they are then completing.<br />1st turn, 2nd turn, 3rd turn,4thturn, 5th turn<br />
  12. 12. Transcription<br />Slows work down giving learner more time to assimilate the language they are being exposed to<br />Challenges all learners<br />Improves writing and listening<br />Improves note-taking<br />Raises awareness of spelling<br />

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