Teaching Pronunciation

Teaching Pronunciation Author Marianne Celce-Murcia
ISBN-10 0521406943
Release 1996-10-13
Pages 435
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This thorough book, drawing on theory and practice, offers a comprehensive treatment of pronunciation pedagogy. Teaching Pronunciation offers current and prospective teachers of English a comprehensive treatment of pronunciation pedagogy, drawing on current theory and practice. An overview of teaching issues from the perspective of different methodologies and second language acquisition research is provided. It has a thorough grounding in the sound system of North American English, and contains insights into how this sound system intersects with listening, morphology, and spelling. It also contains diagnostic tools, assessment measures, and suggestions for syllabus design. Follow-up exercises guide teachers in developing a range of classroom activities within a communicative framework.



Teaching Pronunciation

Teaching Pronunciation Author Peter Arthur Desmond MacCarthy
ISBN-10 UOM:39015008828314
Release 1978
Pages 108
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Teaching Pronunciation

Teaching Pronunciation Author Donna Brinton
ISBN-10 3125337070
Release 2010-09-06
Pages 556
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Teaching EFL Pronunciation Why What and How

Teaching EFL Pronunciation  Why  What and How Author M Maniruzzaman
ISBN-10 9783640109197
Release 2013-11
Pages 20
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Research Paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: none, Jahangirnagar University (Department of English), course: English Pronunciation, 32 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Pronunciation is an integrated and integral part of second/foreign language learning since it directly affects learners' communicative competence as well as performance. Notwithstanding, teaching EFL pronunciation is still peripheral and/or neglected in the syllabus, material and classroom, especially in Bangladesh. Therefore, based on my experience both as a student and a teacher-researcher as well as on a number of existing studies, this paper examines and addresses four major issues concerning teaching EFL pronunciation to learners at different levels. Firstly, I have explored and uncovered the reasons for overlooking teaching pronunciation. Secondly, I have endeavoured to justify the teaching of pronunciation together with the other skills of the target language. Thirdly, I have tried to ascertain a level and the aspects of EFL pronunciation that should be taught. Finally, I have discussed some pronunciation teaching approaches and advocated a variety of techniques/activities for teaching EFL pronunciation in the classroom.



Teaching pronunciation The role of the native speaker

Teaching pronunciation  The role of the native speaker Author Taylor Bruhn
ISBN-10 9783668086333
Release 2015-11-13
Pages 13
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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,3, RWTH Aachen University, language: English, abstract: One of the most investigated topics in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) is the concept of the native speaker (cf. Cook 2008, James and Leather 1996). There is a roiling debate on the meaningfulness of the native speaker as the target of teaching pronunciation. Following Gonzáles-Nueno (1997), the ultimate goal in teaching is to make the student “sound like a native speaker” (261). On the other side, Abercrombie (1991: 93) argues in favour of the comprehensibility. The main goal of teaching L2 (second language) pronunciation is therefore to sound “comfortably intelligible” (ibid.) In this paper I will discuss the reasonableness of teaching native-like pronunciation. Should the native-speaker be the target of teaching pronunciation? What are conceivable disadvantages? In a first step, it is essential to give a definition of the native speaker. Secondly, in chapter 3.1, these definitions will be analysed with regard to the research question. Chapter 3.2 analyses the general goals of teaching a second language. These goals will be referred to the issue of teaching L2 pronunciation. Furthermore, I will provide a survey from Waniek-Klimczak (2002) about students’ attitudes towards the issue of accent, pronunciation in general, and pronunciation teaching and compare the results with the general goals of L2 teaching. Chapter 3.3 will focus on the concept of Received Pronunciation (RP). I will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of teaching RP to L2 learners. As a last point, I will take up Major’s (2001: 28) statement that everybody speak an interlanguage and discuss it. In the conclusion I will summarize the results of the analysis and try to give a final statement.



Pronunciation

Pronunciation Author Christiane Dalton
ISBN-10 0194371972
Release 1994
Pages 191
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The basic principles and terminology of this important, but sometimes neglected, area are explained in this book. Pronunciation helps teachers to understand and evaluate the materials available to them, and so approach the teaching of pronunciation with more confidence. The book includes over 120 classroom projects which readers can use to develop their pronunciation teaching.



Teaching Pronunciation

Teaching Pronunciation Author Judy B. Gilbert
ISBN-10 0521989272
Release 2008
Pages 51
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Teaching Pronunciation Hardback with Audio CDs 2

Teaching Pronunciation Hardback with Audio CDs  2 Author Marianne Celce-Murcia
ISBN-10 9780521729758
Release 2010-04-16
Pages 556
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The second edition includes updates and insights on current research and pedagogical practice that have developed over the last decade. This new edition of Teaching Pronunciation - undoubtedly the gold standard for pronunciation methodology texts - has been revised to reflect recent research into the sound system of North American English, as well as new practices in pronunciation pedagogy. Audio CDs with additional examples are now packaged with the book.



Tips for Teaching Pronunciation

Tips for Teaching Pronunciation Author Linda Lane
ISBN-10 0138136297
Release 2010
Pages 288
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""Tips for Teaching Pronunciation""shows English language teachers how to teach the North American sound system. This practical reference book provides practical tips, clear explanations, diagrams, and sample classroom activities. Each chapter covers one of the five main areas of pronunciation -- vowels, consonants, stress, rhythm, and intonation. The companion audio CD in the text provides listening material for select activities. Features: What the teacher should know sections set the scene with pedagogical research. Concrete tips provide practical classroom suggestions for teaching vowels, consonants, stress, rhythm, and intonation. Sections on Specific Features in each chapter cover common pronunciation problems that teachers find challenging. Sample activities for Specific Feature exemplify how to implement the tips. Practical suggestions show how to integrate pronunciation with other skill areas. Clear diagrams demonstrate how to articulate vowels and consonants. Extensive descriptions help teachers prepare for pronunciation problems common to specific languages groups. Photocopiable diagnostic test and handouts can be used in class with minimal preparation. Audio CD provides listening material for select activities. The Tips for Teaching series covers topics of practical classroom-centered interest for English language teachers. Written in clearly comprehensible terms, each book offers soundly conceived practical approaches to classroom instruction that are firmly grounded in current pedagogical research. See also: "Tips for Teaching with CALL: Practical Approaches to Computer-Assisted Language Learning"



Pronunciation Resource Books for Teachers

Pronunciation   Resource Books for Teachers Author Clement Laroy
ISBN-10 9780194426107
Release 2013-09-27
Pages 160
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Provides a rich resource of imaginative ideas and techniques for teaching pronunciation.



Teaching English Pronunciation to L1 Speakers of German at Gymnasium

Teaching English Pronunciation to L1 Speakers of German at Gymnasium Author Michael Burger
ISBN-10 9783640321438
Release 2009
Pages 56
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 2,0, University of Augsburg (Phil-Hist Fakultat), course: Teaching and Learning English Pronunciation, language: English, abstract: In the course of the last three decades a whole new prominence has been granted to the significance of foreign language (FL) learning. Due to the recent development of globalization, further emerging of multi-national enterprises and the coalescence of the European Union, this appears to be the logical consequence. Because of its nowadays widely accepted status as a lingua franca (Acar 2006) the learning and teaching of English as the most frequently spoken second language has gained importance - in Germany as well as in most industrialized countries speaking prevalently another first language (L1). In the recent past, since the end of the 19th century, changing trends have focused on different methods of language teaching, such as the ability to translate texts, correct use of grammar, or wide range of vocabulary. However, the teaching of English pronunciation finally has come back into the focus of interest since the second half of the 1980s due to the mentioned economic and social changes. Nowadays the ability to (net-) work internationally - and thus reach the "ultimate goal of communication with other speakers of the second language" (Brown 1994: 226) seems to be one of the highest goals of achievement of second language (L2) learning. During the time of almost one century of pronunciation teaching the attitude towards the issue has changed as well: as Chun (1991: 179) states in her article, the development started from a segmental and comparative sound repetition learning strategy, followed by a period of simply ignoring the topic completely from the 1960s to the early 1980s, leading finally to the up-to-date approach of teaching suprasegmentals, sentence intonation as well as other aspects of connected speech. The most curren



English Phonology and Pronunciation Teaching

English Phonology and Pronunciation Teaching Author Pamela Rogerson-Revell
ISBN-10 9781623567170
Release 2011-03-03
Pages 368
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This book aims to provide a clear description of key aspects of English phonology in order to help teachers diagnose and prioritize problem areas in pronunciation. It also aims to develop an awareness of current issues and relevant research in the field to inform teachers decisions, not only about what to teach, but how to teach pronunciation, particularly in EIL contexts. Specifically, it aims to enable readers to: * Understand key terms and concepts in phonology and phonetics * Become aware of current issues and debates in research and apply these to pronunciation teaching, particularly in EIL contexts * Conduct phonological analysis of learner language, including phonemic transcription * Diagnose and assess learner's pronunciation difficulties and needs * Plan a structured pronunciation syllabus The book assumes no prior knowledge and is a key resource for both newcomers and experienced practitioners in the fields of English Language Teaching as well as students of applied linguistics.



Sound Foundations

Sound Foundations Author Adrian Underhill
ISBN-10 3190125732
Release 2008
Pages 210
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The Teaching of English Pronunciation in Polish Secondary Schools

The Teaching of English Pronunciation in Polish Secondary Schools Author Arkadiusz Cetlawa
ISBN-10 9783668078208
Release 2015-11-02
Pages 117
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Master's Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 63, University of Salford (School of Arts & Media - The University of Salford Manchester), course: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages - TESOL, language: English, abstract: I decided to write on pronunciation because I am interested in pronunciation of languages, mostly English and Japanese. What is more, from my experience it seems to be that teachers in Poland still neglect teaching pronunciation in classrooms. It is also hard to find more sources that Polish teachers could use as a guide to see how English pronunciation is taught in Poland and realise that teaching pronunciation in their country is still neglected. Therefore, I will try to investigate how English is taught in Polish secondary schools.



Teaching English Pronunciation at the Secondary School Level

Teaching English Pronunciation at the Secondary School Level Author Karolina Janczukowicz
ISBN-10 3631649207
Release 2014-07-30
Pages 156
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This book aims to aid English teachers at the junior and senior secondary school levels in teaching pronunciation within a regular EFL syllabus. It presents such a way of incorporating the phonetic and lexical components so as to facilitate students' acquisition of a standard phonetic system and to prevent them from forming habitual mistakes in individual words. It highlights key areas of the English phonetic system and provides examples of strategies how to use a course-book for the sake of teaching pronunciation. The discussion of teaching the phonetic system relies on the comparison between its conscious and unconscious acquisition. Teaching individual vocabulary items (especially reversing habitual mispronunciations) is analysed through contrasting mental and behavioural learning.



Teaching Pronunciation

Teaching Pronunciation Author Donna M. Brinton
ISBN-10 3125339251
Release 1996
Pages 435
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Teaching Pronunciation

Teaching Pronunciation Author Rita Wong
ISBN-10 0138950954
Release 1987
Pages 89
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