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Recording English PronunciationPractice for oral examination!
Goals Practice pronunciation Critical listeningImprove sounds + general pronunciation Group work skills Useful smartphone application Working with actual final exam texts
Lesson 1 - Preparation Instruction Get one of the 7 different textsPrepare + make recording Bring to next lesson: Students bring smartphone + earbuds TEST recording function at home
Lesson 2 – Critical listeningForm groups of 4 Find groupmates with same text Exchange smartphones with earbuds Grade all 3 classmates using form Discuss outcome in group
1 Reading Cijfer Pronunciation zeer goed goed matig niet th 3 2 1 p/b t/d k/g f/v s/z vowels Fluency Intonation
Lesson 2/3 - Evaluation Discuss common mistakes in groupEach group assigns one student as spokesperson Teacher asks 1 student from each group to read aloud Feedback on pronunciation, fluency and intonation
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