Pronunciation Games - Mark Hancock - Download as PDF File .pdf) or read online. In order to make pronunciation interesting. Pronunciation Review Game. For each group of players, you'll need: • A game board. • Dice. • A marker for each player (a small toy, eraser, coin, etc.). guessing activities and lively party-type games. • covers pronunciation points ranging from individual sounds and word stress to sentence stress and intonation .
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English Pronunciation in Use Elementary: The best-selling English Pronunciation in Use is a comprehensive reference and practice book suitable for self-study or classroom work. Fifty easy-to-use units cover all aspects of pronunciation, including individual sounds, word stress, connected speech and intonation. Each unit is supported by audio material in a range of accents, available on audio CD. An additional reference section offers a glossary of specialized terms, help with the pronunciation of numbers and geographical names and fun exercises on phonemic symbols and minimal pairs. The CD-ROM provides a wide variety of additional interactive activities to reinforce the pronunciation covered in the book, as well as tests, progress checks, games and animated diagrams of the mouth showing learners how to produce individual sounds.
In this article I would like to provide a flavour of what the ca rds a re and how they are used.
Pronunciation Learning Cards The ca rds themselves arc simple enough. Each card looks like a playing card, but instead of a suit a"nd a number, it has a single one-syllable word on it not in phonemic scrip t. Playing in groups of three, each word.
Each player must their mind's eye before they pronounce it. Any number of sets can be that they can't see them. A set of five excluding schwa. There are enough sets Each player should make their own pile sounds can be used for groups of fo ur for a group of up to 16 learners all to of cards three piles close together. One card is removed be involved in playing games at the When two of the three top cards have from each set, and set aside as a same time using o nly one pack of cards.
The table or on the floor. Players take turns distinctive phonemes fo r lower-level game continues until one player is left to turn over any two cards at the same groups.
Most importantly, the sets can be with all the cards the winner. T he player turning the cards over chosen to suit a group of learners and Snap can be played in small or large should say the two words a nd let the their specific problems with intelligibility groups eg at elementary level, students others see them.
If the two cards have and comprehension. If they don't, they are turned back with the cards. More game ideas appear more piles to watch makes it over ie face down in the same location on the website.
Players must try to remember where each word is. The player with the most pairs at the end is the winner. A player who mistakenly collects two cards with 'black different sounds thinking they are the same misses a turn. The sets are shuffied together and dealt out among the players, who can look at their cards.
The player to the left of the dealer sta rts by placing one card face up on the table and sayi ng the word on the card. The next player should do the same, etc. The player to the left of the one who has picked up starts the next round. The first player to get rid of all their cards is the winner. So fa r, this doesn't sound very interesting, but here's the fun bit: A player who doesn't have a card with the -- bird bird church same vowel sound can 'bluff' and put down any card. However, if another player notices, they can say: 'Freeze!
If the challenge is correct and the vowel sound is different , the player who bluffed has to girl pick up all the cards, and the player who said 'Freeze!
A player who challenges incorrectly has to pick up all the cards, and the player who was challenged starts the next round. Learners will often make 'real' mistakes when p laying Freeze by girl putting down a card with the wrong vowel sound. Tf this happens, the others can also say 'Freeze!
This game forces the learners to peer-challenge and peer-correct as they play. With the teacher monitoring as last card a line of any three cards with Often learners say the words on the adjudicator, learners' errors and the same vowel sound. U nlike cards repeatedly to themselves while successes can be noted fo r further work traditional Noughts and Crosses, either deciding which card to play to check on the sounds in question.
Usually one of the players will naturally leads to greater sound win before the last card is played, but if awareness. Each pair lo the end of the game.
Speaker Mark Hancock. Annie McDonald. Focus Assessment.
Classroom interaction. Materials design. Syllabus design. Pronunciation Games for Spain. Mark Hancock.
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Cambridge University Press. Extra info: Pronunciation lessons can be both fun and focussed. In this session, we will look at 8 features of English pronunciation which are of particular relevance for Spanish speaking learners of English.