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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:
/j/ and /ʤ/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /j/ and /ʤ/ as in yellow and jug 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:
/k/ and /g/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /k/ and /g/ as in can and gang 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:
/ɔ:/ and /ɜ:/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /e/ and /ɜ:/ as in bed and bird 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:
/ɔ/ and /ɔ:/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /ɔ/ and /ɔ:/ as in lock and lord 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:
/r/ and silent /r/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /r/ and silent /r/ as in rest and car 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:
/s/ and /ʃ/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /s/ and /ʃ/ as in sell and share respectively. A great way to inject some life 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:
/s/ and /z/
 
 
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /s/ and /z/ as in it's and his 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:
/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
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
5-10 minutes
Stage:
Lead-in
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
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
Skill:
Pronunciation
Time:
10 minutes
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Work:
Students work individually
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:/.
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