Learning English Pronunciation

English Department

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Dear students in Speaking class you may practice English pronunciation in CALL laboratory now.. We have Learn to Speak English.. You can measure whether your pronunciation is native like or still non native like… See CALL laboratory for demo…..

Beside that, you can also use the phonemic chart and a good dictionary to help you in CALL lab. For online material, visit the KGI Website for some tips on using drilling successfully in the classroom.

www.kangguru.org/kgreintheclassroom.htm.

The British Council has recently produced an online phonemic chart where you can actually hear the sounds by clicking on the phonemic symbols. Follow this link-

www.teachingenglish.org.uk/try/activities/phonemic-chart.

2 Comments

  1. Assalamualaikum Sir

    This is me, Nurul Huda k4 2009.

    yesterday I found a great video in youtube. I watch Prof Jack C Richard giving some tips in teaching. for example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpGvWYPL7cU&feature=g-all-u. For additional information, i have subscribe Cambridge University Press ELT channel in youtube, and i have download more than 20 videos. This is the link
    http://www.youtube.com/user/CambridgeUPELT?feature=watch

    I also found the fascinating link http://www.cambridgeenglishteacher.org
    I have register as guest in this Cambridge English Teacher. There are many benefit to joint this English Teacher union, Sir.
    I cant tell much here, but perhaps when you click the link, then you’ll see the fascinating thing.

    Thank you for reading, Sir

    Best Regards

    Nurul Huda

    PS: i want to be a Professor in English Teacher, this is my share.

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