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A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
5-10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
/t/ and /ð/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /t/ and /ð/ as in tell and this respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
5-10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
/ʧ/ and /ʃ/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /ʧ/ and /ʃ/ as in church and shelf respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
5-10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
/w/ and /v/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /w/ and /v/ as in well and village respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
Tongue Twisters
Give your students an introduction to the difficulties of English pronunciation with this low-level tongue twisters task. Students practise saying tricky sentences with the teacher modelling ideal pronunciation.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
5-10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
/i:/ and /ɪ/
This split worksheet offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish;/i:/ and /ɪ/ as in feet and fish respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
The Alphabet
Pronunciation of the alphabet is the purpose of this split speaking handout. Students practise pronouncing acronyms as well as listening for them, by matching the acronyms to their full-length meanings.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually then as a whole group
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
/3:/ Pronunciation
Finally, a pronunciation maze at Handout Hub! This basic-level one forces students to guide themselves through an intoxicating maze of dozens of words, carefully following the /3:/ route. A nice platform for later drilling.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
English Names
Give your students pronunciation practice of basic vowel sounds through this entertaining handout that also gets them familiar with how to pronounce some common English names.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
Rhyming Diphthongs
Diphthongs may be tricky for beginner students who are baffled by the plethora of spellings for same sounds. This handout deals with eight sounds, which students must pronounce and match in pairs. A great springboard for drilling.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
Rhyming Sounds
Individual vowel sounds can be the blight of very low level students. Better get things right from the start! This nifty pair work pronunciation handout gives students valuable practice annunciating sounds through rhyming. Ideal for some drilling to follow.
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