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Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
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Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
Tim kelly.ihtoc60ipad thepronunciationtool
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  • Please replace the IHWO logo in the bottom left corner with your school’s if you can  .
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    • 1. iPad – thepronunciation toolTim Kelly – IH Cordoba
    • 2. iPad – the pronunciation tool• The iPad has simplified technology forpronunciation• It’s an all-in-one tool . Ideal forrepetition and reformulation.• It’s portable• I’ve been using ONE iPad in the class
    • 3. Evaluation CriteriaGood pronunciation lessons – and by extension,tech tools …. need to explain…, give intensivepractice, and provide meaningful feedback andprogress checkingMark Hancock’s blog review of keynote talk by Robin Walker atTESOL Spain 2013 ‘Technology in Pronunciation Teaching’http://hancockmcdonald.com/blog/robin-walker-technology-pronunciation-teaching
    • 4. A. Pronunciation tuition appsSounds app
    • 5. Choice of target accent to imitateWork at word level
    • 6. Vowel length activity – English FilePronunciation App
    • 7. Otterwave (free version) – a tuition app thatworks on pronunciation beyond word levelHighlighting full marks and acceptabledivergence
    • 8. Highlighting strong and weak form of ‘will’
    • 9. Highlighting British vs Canadian softwareaccent with ‘what’
    • 10. B. Speech recognition softwareSiri
    • 11. Repetitive, meaningful drilling - used with ticksheet in class
    • 12. Example of student using Dragon Dictationand adjusting speech. This is known asphonological accommodation and showshow we learn to adapt pronunciation
    • 13. C. Voice recording and feedback• Making students aware of how they sound
    • 14. Feedback highlighting common finalconsonant deletion by Spanish student
    • 15. Feedback - Student check sheetsI used questions from work by Susan Mulquineyto promote student self-analysis of their spokenworkListen to your recorded practice•Do you pronounce all your ‘s’ sounds correctly,especially the final, plural ‘s’?•Are there too many pauses?•Can you hear any grammar mistakes? Eg. ‘thepeople is’, etc(The grammar focussed question helpsintegrate pronunciation work into general classwork)
    • 16. Feedback sheetScale CommentsIntelligibility 12345Pace – toofast or slow12345Clarity ofideas12345Interest 12345
    • 17. Helping others understand you – tone unitsStudent notes playing with primary stressplacement on last content word in toneunits – the class were amazed that units areonly 4-5 words on average
    • 18. QuickVoice has a simple recordinginterface, is simple to use and recordingcan easily be emailed to other students forpeer feedback before going public
    • 19. Multi-media apps – link pronunciation workand visualsFotobabble and Educreations
    • 20. Summary•The iPad not only helps pronunciation work oncorrect production of phonemes but fosters workon suprasegmental features too.• It links pronunciation to listening andmeaningful communication.•It raises learner awareness, boosts learnerconfidence and promotes collaboration.•An iPad in the class can be used to organisepronunciation work flow from class to homeusing multi-media storage
    • 21. Session or section title

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