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1 Teaching English Pronunciation Language teaching Grammar VocabularyListening SpeakingReadingWriting Culture Pronunciation?

2 Teaching English Pronunciation L2 English Pronunciation Discussion – How good should it be? Why?

3 Teaching English Pronunciation Develop English Pronunciation – Why? Intelligibility, spoken English reasonably easy to understand and not distract the listener Serve communicative needs effectively Increase self-confidence Develop speech awareness

4 Teaching English Pronunciation Specific English Teaching Case: Greek Cypriot learning English Question 1: What are their common mistakes in English pronunciation? Question 2: What would / should you do about it? Question 3: How?

5 Teaching English Pronunciation Specific sounds Lesson 1a - "TH" - English Pronunciation, unvoiced ‘th’ English Pronunciation #126: the word ‘Misogynistic’ English Pronunciation Lesson 2 - 英語の発音第 2 Pay / pet

6 Teaching English Pronunciation Minimal Pairs greek.html

7 Teaching English Pronunciation English sound-spelling relationships Language Skills - How to teach Children, Correct Sound - Spelling, English Skills teach-children-correct-sound-spelling-english-skills- id1549.php Articulatory Phonetics

8 Teaching English Pronunciation Stress Lesson 8a - STRESS PATTERNS - English Pronunciation “Stress in Sentences and phrases” Lesson 8b - STRESS PATTERNS - English Pronunciation

9 Teaching English Pronunciation Rythm Learn English Rhythm : 3 strokes Joe likes jokes. Susanne isn’t hungry. Amanda doesn’t like elephants. Lesson 3a - Rhythm through Rhymes - English Pronunciation

10 Teaching English Pronunciation Word / Sentence Intonation Word intonation Intonation patterns in English 2 syllable words Doctor; guitar / shampoo; 3 syllable words Manager, Jonathan; Computer, food words:banana, tomato, potato; 4 syllable words Economy (never at the beninning) Lesson 3b - Rhythm through Rhymes - English Pronunciation

11 Teaching English Pronunciation English Pronunciation - Which one? Learn English Pronunciation Rochester New York Accent Pronunciation through Tongue Twisters Learn English with Tongue Twisters UGoEigo English Sounds Lesson 4: Tongue Twisters 1

12 Teaching English Pronunciation English Pronunciation Practice EFL Playhouse has activities and resources for making Phonics fun for your students.

13 Teaching English Pronunciation English Pronunciation Practice Fonetics Minimal Pairs About.com : English as 2nd Language English Pronunciation practice Pronunciation English Pronunciation Sounds of English English Pronouncing Dictionary with Instant Sound Free Online The VICEdict presents English Pronunciation English Pronunciation!?!

14 Teaching English Pronunciation English Pronunciation Practice Lesson 6a - WORD STRESS - English Pronunciation English pronunciation - Don't leave off the final sound! Lesson 2 - "TH" - English Pronunciation, voiced ‘th’ Lesson 5a - R - English Pronunciation Lesson 4a - L - English Pronunciation English Pronunciation #126


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