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ALUMNA: YANELI DEL JESÚS SIERRA CANOENGLISH COURSE
Existen muchos materiales que pueden ayudar a aprender este segundo idioma, entre los cuales se encuentran CD-ROMs, videojuegos, videos y DVDs, CDs de música y muñecos electrónicos; también hay gran variedad de libros, programas de dibujos animados y claro, siempre está la Internet. EF Centros Internacionales de Idiomas mxY_S28&feature=player_embedded#http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwP- mxY_S28&feature=player_embedded#!
atis mediafire-rmvb-avi-latino-subtitu/ -ingles/ CUENTOS EN INGLES MOVIES IN ENGLISH LECCIONES EN INTERNET
10 sitios de internet que los profesores de inglés utilizan como recurso de apoyo durante sus clases. 1. British Council 2. YouTube for videos and songs. 3. Reference 4. Online lab for ESL learners. 5. Support material for teachers English resources. 7. University of Victoria 8. Audiobooks 9. Activities for ESL students 10. Resources for English as a Second Language
keagame/viewgame.asp?id=1016 hilfen.de/en/exercises_list/alle_grammar. htm GRAMMAR EXERCISES exercises-english-pronunciation-diction_.html READING Pronunciation books with CDs Poems or "Jazz Chants" with CDs Books in English with CDs Reading books in English
Listen and read aloud using exercises in pronunciation texts. First, listen to the audio for each lesson. Then read after the speakers. Textbooks such as "Clear Speech" give practice in the basic consonant and vowel sounds. Read aloud to improve your English rhythm. In addition to texts such as "Clear Speech," do exercises designed to teach rhythm, such as Carolyn Graham's "Jazz Chants" series or children's verse. Use only materials with recordings so that you can listen first and then repeat. Clap or tap the rhythm as you practice. Read aloud with special attention to contractions and sounds that disappear in fast speech. These simplified forms, which teachers call "reductions," make your rhythm and pronunciation sound much more like a native speaker. Materials for this practice include "Clear Speech," poems, chants and special exercises in books such as "Whaddaya Say." Listen to audio recordings before you practice out loud. Read aloud while concentrating on English intonation. Start with sentences and dialogs from "Clear Speech" or other texts. Always listen to audio recordings before you repeat. As you improve, practice with children's books or ESL books with audio recordings. TIPS READING