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  1. 1. 1 VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, HANOI UNIVERSITY OF LANGUAGES & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES COURSEOUTLINE PRONUNCIATION ONLINE Hanoi, 2014
  2. 2. 2 1. COURSE DESCRIPTION - Course Name: PRONUNCIATION ONLINE Code: Number of credits: 3 - Course status: Compulsory  Optional  2. COURSE OBJECTIVES According to the CEFR (B1) of the Council of Common Europe, by the end of the first semester, first -year students should be able to: 2.1. Knowledge - Have understandable pronunciation of English sounds (vowels and consonants) even if occasional mispronunciation occurs. - Generally understand and follow lectures delivered in English by teachers. - Generally distinguish varieties of English. - Generally understand transcription, word stress, sentence stress, strong form, weak form, rhythm, linking, and intonation. 2.2. Skills - Be used to working by him/herself and in a group as well. - Be introduced to the different, most widely recognized accents such as British English and American English. - Maintain a conversation or discussion, but may sometimes be difficult to follow when trying to say exactly what he/she would like. - Achieve high level of pronunciation with excellence in some difficult sounds such as vowels, consonants and ending sounds, etc. that make him/herself be well understood. Besides, other supra-segmentals are gradually formed in student’s speech. 2.3. Attitudes and attendance - Be serious in studying, attend the class regularly, and actively participate the lessons. - Be cooperative in pair work and group work. - Be eager to learn new things relating to the theme. - Be well motivated in self-study.
  3. 3. 3 3. DETAILED COURSE CONTENT Week Theme Note 1. Introduction to Pronunciation English sounds Students are required to remember 44 sounds 2. Sound No. 1 - /i:/; Sound No. 2 - /ɪ/; Sound No. 3 - /e/; Sound No. 4 - /æ/; Sound No. 5 - /ə/; Sound No. 6 - /ɜ:/ 3. Sound No. 7 - /ʌ/; Sound No. 8 - /u:/; Sound No. 9 - /ʊ/; Sound No. 10 - /ɔ:/; Sound No. 11 - /ɒ/; Sound No. 12 - /ɑ:/ 4. Sound No. 13 - /eə/; Sound No. 14 - /ɪə/; Sound No. 15 - /ʊə/; Sound No. 16 - /eɪ/; Sound No. 17 - /aɪ/; Sound No. 18 - /ɔɪ/; Sound No. 19 - /əʊ/; Sound No. 20 - /aʊ/ 5. Sound No. 21 - /b/; Sound No. 22 - /p/; Sound No. 23 - /d/; Sound No. 24 - /t/; Sound No. 25 - /g/; Sound No. 26 - /k/; Sound No. 27 - /f/; Sound No. 28 - /v/ 6. Sound No. 29 - /θ/; Sound No. 30 - /ð/; Sound No. 31 - /s/; Sound No. 32 - /z/; Sound No. 33 - /ʃ/; Sound No. 34 - /ʒ/; Sound No. 35 - /h/ 7. Sound No. 36 - /tʃ/; Sound No. 37 - /dʒ/; Sound No. 38 - /m/; Sound No. 39 - /n/; Sound No. 40 - /ŋ/; Sound No. 41 - /l/; Sound No. 42 - /w/; Sound No. 43 - /r/; Sound No. 44 - /j/ 8. Transcription Phonemic transcription or broad transcription 9. Word Stress Students remember rules and practise
  4. 4. 4 10. Beyond stress Students remember rules and practise 11. Strong forms vs. Weak forms Students remember rules and practise 12. Rhythm + linking + Reduction Students remember rules and practise 13. Introduction to Intonation Students remember rules and practise 14. Revision, Wrap-up and Evaluation 15. FEEDBACK 4. MATERIALS 4.1. Required materials:  Pronunciation Course compiled and edited by Khoa Anh Viet. 4.2. Supplementary materials:  Ship or Sheep.  Pronunciation In Use  Pronunciation Power  BBC Learning English  Keyman  Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary All these materials can be downloaded from English I’s blog at www.englishonecfl.com (English Pronunciation Section). 5. COURSE POLICY AND REQUIREMENT OF LECTURERS
  5. 5. 5 These are some requirements for the course:  Register to Pronunciation Online Course in Moodle;  Actively participate the entire lessons;  Complete all compulsory activities;  Receiving mark 0 for such action of copying others’ work, or failing to meet the deadline for assignment. . 6. COURSE ASSESSMENT Quiz No. 1 (Introduction) 4.00 Quiz No. 2 (Single vowels) 4.00 Quiz No. 3 (Single vowels) 4.00 Quiz No. 4 (Double vowels) 4.00 Quiz No. 5 (Consonants) 4.00 Quiz No. 6 (Consonants) 4.00 Quiz No. 7 (Consonants) 4.00 Quiz No. 8 (Stress) 4.00 Quiz No. 9 (Beyond Word Stress) 2.00 Quiz No. 10 (Strong forms vs. Weak forms) 2.00 Quiz No. 11 (Rhythm, linking, reduction) 2.00 Quiz No. 12 (Intonation) 2.00 Record Your Voice: /i:/; /ɪ/; /e/; /æ/; /ə/; /ɜ:/ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /ʌ/; /ɑ:/; /u:/; /ʊ/; /ɔ:/; /ɒ/ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /eə/; /ɪə/; /ʊə/; /eɪ/; /aɪ/; /ɔɪ/; /əʊ/; /aʊ/ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /b/; /p/; /d/; /t/; /g/; /k/; /f/; /v/ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /θ/; /ð/; /s/;/ʒ/; /z/; /ʃ/; /h/ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /tʃ/; /dʒ/; /m/; /n/; /ŋ/; /l/; /w/; /r/; /j/ 6.00 Writing Transcription 6.00 Record Your Voice: Word Stress 6.00 Record Your Voice: Reading A Passage 6.00
  6. 6. 6 Record Your Voice: Reading A Dialogue 6.00 Course total 100

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