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Teaching pronunciation and listening for English as a Lingua Franca

Presentation given at 3rd Annual BELTA Day in Brussels, Sat 25 April 2015
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Transcript of Teaching pronunciation and listening for English as a Lingua Franca

For many students...
English is not their first language;
Teaching pronunciation and listening for English as a Lingua Franca
Laura Patsko
elfpron.wordpress.com
@ELF_Pron / @lauraahaha
and they may not share a first language.
English is
the communicative medium of choice, and often the only option
.
Seidlhofer, 2011 p. 7
Identifying goals & needs
teacher may share students' L1
benchmark for intelligibility is LFC, not RP/GA
common areas of difficulty
Filtering the coursebook
compare/contrast students' needs and the coursebook
productive vs. receptive skills focus
homework & on-the-spot correction
learner training & awareness
Ship or Sheep?
Supplementing the book
Pronunciation Games
authentic materials
student-student dictation
“Teaching pronunciation for ELF
is primarily about re-thinking goals and re-defining error, as opposed to modifying classroom practice.”
In conclusion...
Walker, 2010 p. 71
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