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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15 minutes Preparation Approximate Ask students can,t CD CD CD CD CZ CD o CD CD Q class into pairs CO CD CD Conducting the game consonant sounds Copy and cut counters CZ CD CZ CZ dice Divide the class don,t dooby Drill the pronunciation example Explain and/or give Follow-up game 1 Divide game 1 Give Give each student grid groups of three intonation linking sound matching game minimal pairs Minimum level minutes Rules OHP transparency phonetic script phonetic transcriptions phrases picture plate steak Players take turns pre-intermediate Presentation 1 Write pronunciation point puzzle for students racing game sentence sheet speaker square stress moves stress patterns stress-timed language stressed syllable students have finished students working individually syllabic consonants syllable-timed language tag question tea chair versions vowel vowel sound weak forms winner Write the following