Doing Pronunciation: A Visible & Physical Approach

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This workshop is designed to the participants in Tay Bac University in September 27, 2013. idea credits: Andrian Underhills; Photos credits: Flickr

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Doing Pronunciation: A Visible & Physical Approach

  1. 1. A: Hello! How are you? B: I am fine. Thank you, any you? A: me too,.. Greeting! phunghuyedu phunghuyedu phunghuyedu phunghuyedu
  2. 2. Dr. John Medina meet www.brainrules.net
  3. 3. he knows how these work
  4. 4. exercise boosts brain power
  5. 5. Neuro-Linguistic Programming phunghuyedu phunghuyedu phunghuyedu phunghuyedu
  6. 6. Hands - Brain
  7. 7. Eyes - Brain
  8. 8. Mind – Body connection phunghuyedu phunghuyedu phunghuyedu phunghuyedu
  9. 9. Movements shape the brain
  10. 10. I believe that to understand movement is to understand the whole brain. DANIELWOLPERT
  11. 11. Financing Agreement $40,000 Billions Pronunciation matters! Hello! Who are you?I’m Elizabeth’s husband. Me too, from from
  12. 12. A: Hello! How are you? B: I am fine. Thank you, any you? A: me too,.. A: Hello! Who are you? B: I’m Elizabeth’s husband. A: me too????
  13. 13. Teaching Pronunciation
  14. 14. pronunciation is the Cinderella of language teaching (Adrian Underhill, 2012)
  15. 15. Tasks/activities
  16. 16. Cognitive - Mental
  17. 17. Listen and repeat Mental--------Physical Do it right then the brain will copy it!
  18. 18. How to make pronunciation visible and physical?
  19. 19. Trần Thị Nhi| Phùng Văn Huy School of Foreign Languages, Thai Nguyen University Teaching & Learning English Pronunciation Physically Doing Pronunciation
  20. 20. get pronunciation work out of the head and into the body. Adrian Underhill International House Teacher Training, England
  21. 21. tongue Lips
  22. 22. Jaw voice
  23. 23. Lips spreading and bringing back, or rounding and pushing forward Tongue moving forward and back Jaw + tongue moving them up and down Voice turning it on or off, to make voiced or unvoiced sounds (Adrian Underhill , 1994)
  24. 24. Sounds Words Sentences
  25. 25. beautiful telephone suddenly ● ● ● attention examine develop ● ●● engineer volunteer souvenir ● ● ●
  26. 26. A friend in need is a friend indeed. An apple a day keeps a doctor away. Jack will stay and Jill will go.
  27. 27. Teaching & Learning English Pronunciation Physically Doing Pronunciation What should you know?
  28. 28. of Doing Pronunciation 1. All parts: Sounds, Words, Sentences 2. All levels: Beginning to Advanced 3. All ages: Young learners to old learners 3
  29. 29. Push - ups
  30. 30. …get pronunciation work out of the head and into the body. Adrian Underhill International House Teacher Training “ “
  31. 31. Thank you for your attention to the presentation on pronunciation!
  32. 32. phunghuy.edu@gmail.com nhitnu@gmail.com

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