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Pronunciation Practice for English Class
Photocopiable Teacher’s Resource book, from middle school to adult
Here are 18 pair pronunciation activities for common EFL topics.
For example, when you’re covering FOOD in your textbook, use the FOOD unit here to improve pronunciation. Vocabulary is also improved because the answer words are topic words, such as: bland, brunch, buffet, and crispy.
All Japanese students have trouble with certain sounds, such as: light, right, white, night; bat, bet, beat, bit; ban, pan, fan, van. These phonemes are used in information-gap activities. MP3 audio included. Each activity has three audio files.
See a Sample Unit: Click here