Dictation Riddles

 

Table of Contents


Introduction


Sample Riddles

 


 



 

A Photocopyable Collection of 153 Riddles


Dictation Riddles
by Jane Gragg Lewis


High-Beginning to Advanced
Middle School, High School, University, Adult


Dictation Riddles - Teacher Resource $19.50
ISBN 13: 978-0-86647-327-9
ISBN 10: 0-86647-327-0

 



Dictation Riddles - 4 CDs $18.50
ISBN 13: 978-0-86647-328-6
ISBN 10: 0-86647-328-9

 



Dictation Riddles - Book and 4 CD set $38.00
ISBN 13: 978-0-86647-329-3
ISBN 10: 0-86647-329-7

 


 

 

Dictation Riddles


A Photocopyable Collection of 153 Riddles
by Jane Gragg Lewis


Who am I? What am I? People, places, things
from around the world and throughout history.
Dictations building language skills and vocabulary.


Why use dictations? Students generally enjoy them, and they use a wide range of language skills in taking the dictation, checking their work, and then discussing the topic. Teachers find them easy-to-use.

Why use riddles? Because they are a fun challenge and call on the learners' language skills and general knowledge. They can be used with groups large and small and with individuals, and there is always the fun of competition, either with oneself or with others. The subject matter of these riddles is varied and offers anyone the opportunity to learn about fascinating people, places, and things from all around the world in the present and past.

For a full explanation of the book, review the Table of Contents and Introduction. You can also review the Sample Riddles, and then print them out and try them out in class.


Other books featuring dictation:

Great Dictations (High-Beginner to Low-Intermediate)
Interactive Dictations (Intermediate)
Dictations for Discussion (High-Intermediate to Advanced)

 




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