Pronunciation Games

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Cambridge University Press, Dec 7, 1995 - Education - 108 pages
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Pronunciation Games is a teacher's resource book containing photocopiable pronunciation games for use in the classroom. Each unit contains an enjoyable activity designed to raise learners' awareness of an aspect of English pronunciation. The activities are suitable for use with a wide range of levels and focus on pronunciation points ranging from individual sounds and word stress to sentence stress and intonation. The Teacher's Pages provide clear instructions for conducting each game, background information and suggestions for adapting the games to the needs of particular groups of learners.
 

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I have been using this book for more than 10 years to help me teach Pronunciation Workshop at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood, New York. I love this book.
I depend on it all the time
. It's very rare that I don't use one of these games in a class. And I consistently get comments from students remarking on how helpful that particular game had been.
Sometimes I need to adapt bits and parts since I am teaching American English here, but that also opens the door to discussion (and a learning moment) about the differences between British English and American English.
I would like to see an American version, and 3-D games!
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Section
2
Game types and associated vocabulary
7
elementary
16
Connected speech
76
103
84
Acknowledgements
108
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