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Pronunciation - pruh-nuhn-see-EY-shuhn
Pronunciation is a really important part of teaching ESL. It is often the focus of speaking or listening exercises but you can even include pronunciation practice in writing exercises by asking students to match words that rhyme for instance. This
, for example, contains flashcards you can use to help your students learn different sounds. It is one of
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Students need a lot of practice with pronunciation. In many schools reading, writing, and grammar are stressed while speaking, listening, and thus pronunciation are not emphasized. Since learning English is all about communication, it is important that students have practice using their language skills. Poor pronunciation can prevent students from being understood and hinder them in interactions with others. You can practice pronunciation through choral repetition during the introduction stage of your lesson and model the proper pronunciation of words when students make mistakes.
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Extensive listening practice for America Headway Elementary. The file provides the link where audio tracks are available for download. For each track I wrote the related questions. Exercises range ...
This memory game is great for students who studied homophones. Cut out the cards and give each group (3-4 students) a deck of cards. This worksheet contains 44 cards, so 22 sets of homophones. If ...
This is a simple and easy worksheet for teaching or revising homophones at elementary or pre-intermediate level. There is an easy activity in which students are asked to fill in the blank spa ...
You can work this poem with children and teens as a tongue twister. I have worked this activity with my group of students and they really have enjoyed it, in act it´s a nice activity to do i ...
This domino worksheet is just another fun way to teach pronunciation in English. They can match the word with the similar sound but different meaning and also easy to use, just print, cut an ...
This worksheet is used for pronunciation warm-up, for revising minimal pairs, pronunciation drills of the sounds [v] and [w],practicing of tongue-twisters. This activity is done by the students i ...
In this activity, students will see the homophones. I adapted this from an activity in the book "English Pronunciation in Use", by Mark Hancock. It can be done with elementary to pre-intermediate ...
This powerpoint gives lots of examples of homophones through exercises. Students can learn better or try to find out homophones of the words which are a bit challenging.The powerpoint seems a bit ...
How to teach with music and lyrics: listen to this song , fill in the blanks with these words in the box.You can sometimes use them several times.Then find the rhyming words .Finally find the ...
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You can use this worksheet as a handout just to make your ss aware that car makes are pronounced differently in English. I did it as a matching exercise: you cut it into pieces and ss task was to ...
This worksheet is for practicing "ee" and short "i" sound minimal pairs. I made it for a Spanish-speaking ESL student who has difficulty distinguishing between vowel sounds -- particularly "ee" a ...
An Easter lesson for upper-primary students at roughly elementary or pre-intermediate level on the topic of Easter eggs. Includes a vocabulary input exercise and some reading, ending in a pronunci ...
Pronunciation practice with digraphs. Give worksheets to the students with the words that include letters "sh" and "ch". The task is to indicate how the letters "sh" and “ch” are prono ...
This a cloze exercise based on the song Iris by Goo Goo Dolls, and its purpose is to have students practice listening to function words that are reduced, contracted, or pronounced with weak sounds ...
Here's the set of cards going with my lesson plan. There are 48 cards in total. A suitable cover has been included as well. Print the cards once and the cover six times. Cut out, stick together an ...
A Lesson plan introducing ways to work with the tongue twister cards in your lessons. The aim is to improve pronunciation, rhythm and stress, to take away the fear of making mistakes while speakin ...
A simple game in which students follow the lines based on what word they hear. Focusses on the difference in pronunciation between sounds that are particularly difficult for Japanese speakers to ...
It is a set of exercises practicing reading rules of the letter "Oo". At first the brief explanation of reading rules of the letter "Oo" is given. Then six exercises are provided. The students are ...
A 4 page early reader and additional activities for review of sightwords and to introduce vocabulary for public transport. Sight words: a, the, see, I, look, at, can. Vocabulary:&nb ...
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