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A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually then as a whole group
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
Number Stress
If you've noticed students struggling to annunciate the difference between 'THIRTy' and 'thirTEEN' for example then this handout is for you. Pronunciation word stress is the name of the game with a selection of numbers from seven to a thousand.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
/ɑ:/ and /æ/
Enter the labyrinth of /a:/! This neat pronunciation maze challenges starters to identify words containing only that sound, and distinguish it from other words with similar spellings but different sounds. Great for a pre-drilling exercise.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually then as a whole group
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
Review of Vowel Sounds
Coming at the end (or conversely the beginning!) of a course, this review of individual vowel sounds serves as great practice to annunciate the difference between a variety of sounds contained in low-level vocabulary.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
/u:/, /ʌ/ and /ʊ/
For a maze that introduces three of the sounds commonly used with the letter 'u', this pronunciation handout makes great sense. Grant as much autonomy as you like with this fun activity practising the difference between /ʊ/ /ʌ/ /u:/.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
/θ/ and /ð/
At this point in an English student's experience it is time to differentiate between the two 'th' sounds of English. This pronunciation handout does that through the framework of a challenging pronunciation maze.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
/ɑ:/ and /æ/
Differentiate between two very different sounds /æ/ as in 'cat' and /a:/ as in 'cart' with this fun pronunciation maze activity. Guide your students through it or get them to guide you through it – valuable pronunciation practice of basic words.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
/i:/ and /ɪ/
A pronunciation maze targeted at lower-level English students coming to grips with the two different sounds /I/ and /i:/. Let them guide you through the maze of /I/ allowing them to practise pronunciation followed by your drilling.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually then as a whole group
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
The Alphabet
Drill through the alphabet and get your students saying the words according to their phonetic sounds with this split pronunciation practice handout. Ideal for early lessons on a course beginner in nature.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Kids
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work together as a whole group, then individually
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
Christmas Rhymes
Pronunciation and vocabulary is the name of the game with this handout. Can students recognize what Christmas words rhyme with ‘Fanta’, ‘barrel’, and ‘twelfth’?
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Advanced
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
Homographs
This lead in pronunciation handout addresses homographs (words spelt the same but with different meanings and pronunciation). Learners are faced with words such as ‘bass’ and have to decipher the difference.
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