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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:
/e?/ and /a?/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /e?/ and /a?/ as in train and time 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:
/f/ and /?/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /f/ and /?/ as in fun and think 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:
/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
Level:
Starter
Time:
5-10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
/j/ and /?/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /j/ and /?/ as in yellow and jug 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:
/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
Level:
Starter
Time:
5-10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
/?:/ and /?:/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /e/ and /?:/ as in bed and bird 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:
/?/ and /?:/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /?/ and /?:/ as in lock and lord 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:
/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
Level:
Starter
Time:
5-10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Drill with individual students as a whole class
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
/s/ and /?/
This split handout offers basic level pronunciation of two sounds your students may or may not find easy to distinguish; /s/ and /?/ as in sell and share respectively. A great way to inject some life 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:
/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.
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