Directed dictation is a great method for focusing on targeted skills, in this case, accents. Students have to listen and write what the teacher says, deciding if words have accents or not. Students fold their paper so they can only see the lines for number 1 (not the text). Teacher reads the sentence(s) for number 1 two times (or more, depending on what you are going for). After the teacher has repeated the sentence(s) the given number of times, students slide down their papers so they can see the answers and make corrections (in this case, they should be focusing on which words have accents). Then the teacher moves to the next sentence.