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Type:
A pronunciation activity
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Focus:
/ɑ:/ and /æ/
 
 
This split worksheet offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /ɑ:/ and /æ/ as in large and land respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
10 minutes
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Work:
Students work individually
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
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
10 minutes
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Work:
Students work individually
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
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Focus:
/b/ and /p/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /b/ and /p/ as in bus and put respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Focus:
/d/ and /t/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /d/ and /t/ as in dog and told respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Focus:
/e/ and /æ/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /e/ and /æ/ as in egg and thank respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Focus:
/eɪ/ and /aɪ/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /eɪ/ and /aɪ/ as in train and time respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Focus:
/f/ and /θ/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /f/ and /θ/ as in fun and think respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Focus:
/h/ and /k/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /h/ and /k/ as in Hong and Kong respectively. A great way to inject some energy into the beginning of a starter lesson.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
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.
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