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Copy of Lesson Plan: Intonation in Enhancing Pronunciation

A lesson plan for a grade 4 classroom on INTONATION to improve pronunciation through practicing rising and falling intonations.
by Nafeesa S on 19 January 2013

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"Just as a photograher may re-arrange some element in the composition of a photograph, then move back to survey the overall effect - pronounciation similarly is a shift between the overall effectiveness of communication, to a specific problem, back to the overall effectiveness, and so forth." [Firth, S.] The
Bigger Picture Intonation
To recognize rising and falling intonation
To understand what rising and falling intonation patterns communicate
To develop students’ ability to use rising and falling intonation in their speech with accuracy UNIT OBJECTIVES for a grade 4 ESL class TEACHING MATERIAL Print outs of the following dialogue
Projector: to project the following text A: Hi, how are you?
B: Fine, thank you. And you?
A: Just great. What have you been doing lately?
B: Oh, not much. But I've been keeping busy.
A: Well...it's been good to see you.
B: Yes, it has...alright then, bye!
A: Goodbye. I didn't say Minni stole my blue pen. (Someone else said it.)
I didn't say Minni stole my blue pen. (Strong denial of having said it.)
I didn't say Minni stole my blue pen. (I implied or suspected that she
did, or, wrote or otherwise indicated so.)
I didn't say Minni stole my blue pen. (Someone else stole it.)
I didn't say Minni stole my blue pen. (She did something else with it.)
I didn't say Minni stole my blue pen. (She stole someone else's pen.
I didn't say Minni stole my blue pen. (She stole one of another color.)
I didn't say Minni stole my blue pen. (She stole something else blue.) INSTRUCTIONS *Importance of Intonation*
*Misunderstanding*

1. Practice Dialogue in Given Situation
2. Present Dialogue to Class
3. Class Tries to Guess the Given Situation - a parent and a child that has just been grounded
- a divorced couple
- two athletes that will be playing against each other soon
- two old people that are deaf
- two people who have met somewhere but can’t remember where
- a police officer and a criminal ASSESSMENT Individual Assessment Sheets
Take Note of Speaking Habits
Target Common Pronounciation
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