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Reading out loud
Transcript of Reading out loud
Reading out loud
POINTS TO CONSIDER
TIPS FOR TASK
PAUSING: no pauses between words
STRESS: helps you to understand and be understood
LINKING: we link words to each other
Can I have a bit of egg?
We all go out too often
Consonant and vowel sounds are linked together
SIT ON AN ORANGE CRATE
BRING AN APPLE AND A BOOK
NOW IS A TIME FOR ALL OF US TO PACK IT IN
LEMONS AND ORANGES ARE NOT AVAILABLE IN AUTUMN
A CAR IS ONLY AS GOOD AS ITS ENGINE
HOW DO YOU SAY...?
Once upon a time there was a precious sword. Now, this sword belonged to a great King, and for as long as anyone could remember, the King spent all his time in his palace, enjoying his shows and parties. One day a great dispute broke out between this King and the King of a neighboring country. It ended with both declaring war.
MAKE A SOUND TRANSCRIPTION OF THIS TEXT
Read the text several times until you understand its whole meaning
Make sure you know how to pronounce all the text words in isolation
Highlight the content words
Mark each sentence with a sound script
Read out loud to a friend
Record yourself reading out loud and listen to the result: Are you happy with it?
but... what do we say?
One cupon natime therewas saprecious sword.
Now this sword belonged towagreat King, and
foras long asanyone could remember, theking
spentall his time in his palace, enjoying hishows
sand parties. One dayagreat dispute brokeout
between this kingand the kingof aneighbouring
country. Itended with both declaring war.