How to teach English pronunciation

How to teach English pronunciation

Fun and effective ways to focus your teaching time on what will really make a difference. | Taught by Joanna Smith

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What is this course about?

Learn about the different aspects of English pronunciation, and how to teach them. We will focus on the suprasegmental aspects.
Joanna Smith
Joanna Smith
Founder & Director, Language Fuel

Joanna is a passionate linguist, and taught languages and linguistics for over a decade in academic institutions. She loves teaching, and her students responded in kind by voting her Lecturer of the Year two years running. She has published research on best practice with a specialty in pronunciation teaching. Recently, she worked for a handful of years in the corporate Learning and Development arena, training hundreds of staff worldwide in a variety of modes. Through Language Fuel, she's combining her linguistic and e-Learning expertise in order to fuel the teaching and learning of languages worldwide..

Reviews (2)

The title very apealling and pointed

by Sarka Schumann
The visual presentation of the spoken content was neat and however not always needed. The notes brief and relevant. I very much liked the printable summarization on pdf's. The existence of the weak forms was an eyeopener. What I liked most was the systematic aproach to this topic and practical tips i.e. how to embed pronunciation into daily class. Thank you very much.

English Pronunciation - Suprasegmental features

by Lillian S Lee
Enjoyed the topics on Word Stress, Weak Forms, Linking, Pausing & Speed, and Intonation and found them very useful in teaching English Speaking especially to Asian learners.

The title very apealling and pointed

by Sarka Schumann
The visual presentation of the spoken content was neat and however not always needed. The notes brief and relevant. I very much liked the printable summarization on pdf's. The existence of the weak forms was an eyeopener. What I liked most was the systematic aproach to this topic and practical tips i.e. how to embed pronunciation into daily class. Thank you very much.

English Pronunciation - Suprasegmental features

by Lillian S Lee
Enjoyed the topics on Word Stress, Weak Forms, Linking, Pausing & Speed, and Intonation and found them very useful in teaching English Speaking especially to Asian learners.