Simple and Achievable Speaking 1. Give me the vowels A E I O U 2. Give me an adjective that starts with each vowel. 3. Now give me the opposite of each adjective. 4. Give me a sentence with the original adjective and the opposite. Can’t we apply simple ideas like this to our classes to make them say something?
Sound Scripting 1 Before: Our school is the best in town. The teachers are friendly, and very knowledgeable about English. I've studied at the school for two years and my English is becoming very good. I hope you will visit our school and try an English class. Maybe we can become friends!
Sound Scripting 3 After: Our school is the BEST in town. The teachers are friendly, and VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE about English. I've studied at the school for two years and my English is becoming VERY GOOD. I hope you will visit our school and try an English class. MAYBE we can become FRIENDS!
LINKING consonant > vowel We link words ending with a consonant sound to words beginning with a vowel sound We write it like this:turnoff We say it like this:turnoff vowel > vowel We link words ending with a vowel sound to words beginning with a vowel sound We write it like this:too oftenwho isthe endshe asked We say it like this:tooWoftenwhoWistheYendsheYasked This one will blow your mind!!! We write it like this: Can I have a bit of egg? There are 7 words.How many words do we hear considering linking?
Pronunciation 5 of the most common pronunciation errors I see everyday. 1. TH 2. ED 3. OUS 4. R / H 5. CH
id Lan d ed Wan t ed Recor d ed Plan t ed Wal k ed Plan n ed Emai l ed Esca p ed ED t d or t = idany other letter = t 5% - 10%90% - 95% t
One more just for fun... World Were + Old Wer + ld
The Nine Presentation Sins And how you can avoid them George Torok
Presentation Sin 1: Wasting time Presentation Sin 2: Boring your audience Presentation Sin 3: Lacking passion
Presentation Sin 4: Confusing your audience Presentation Sin 5: Insulting your audience Presentation Sin 6: Not clear about your purpose/message
Presentation Sin 7: Information overload Presentation Sin 8: Stuck in your rut of delivery – unable to flex to the audience Presentation Sin 9: Using slides that are boring, irrelevant, or confusing
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