Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, HANOI
UNIVERSITY OF LANGUAGES & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
COURSEOUTLINE
PRONUNCIATION ONLINE
Hano...
1. COURSE DESCRIPTION
- Course Name: PRONUNCIATION ONLINE Code: Number of credits: 3
- Course status: Compulsory  Optiona...
- Be well motivated in self-study.
3. DETAILED COURSE CONTENT
Week Theme Note
1. Introduction to Pronunciation
English sou...
rules and practise
13. Introduction to Intonation Students remember
rules and practise
14. Revision, Wrap-up and Evaluatio...
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) ...
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) ...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Pronunciation online in Moodle (Updated version)

625 views

Published on

Published in: Business, Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Pronunciation online in Moodle (Updated version)

  1. 1. VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, HANOI UNIVERSITY OF LANGUAGES & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES COURSEOUTLINE PRONUNCIATION ONLINE Hanoi, 2014 1
  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. 2
  3. 3. - Be well motivated in self-study. 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 - / ə/ɪ ; Sound No. 15 - / ə/ʊ ; Sound No. 16 - /e /ɪ ; Sound No. 17 - /a /ɪ ; Sound No. 18 - / /ɔɪ ; Sound No. 19 - /ə /ʊ ; Sound No. 20 - /a /ʊ 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 - /t /ʃ ; Sound No. 37 - /d /ʒ ; 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 9. Word Stress Students remember rules and practise 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 3
  4. 4. 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 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 4
  5. 5. 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:/; / /; /e/; /æ/; /ə/; / :/ɪ ɜ 6.00 Record Your Voice: / /; / :/; /u:/; / /; / :/; / /ʌ ɑ ʊ ɔ ɒ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /eə/; / ə/; / ə/; /e /; /a /; / /; /ə /; /a /ɪ ʊ ɪ ɪ ɔɪ ʊ ʊ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /b/; /p/; /d/; /t/; /g/; /k/; /f/; /v/ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /θ/; /ð/; /s/;/ /; /z/; / /; /h/ʒ ʃ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /t /; /d /; /m/; /n/; /ŋ/; /l/; /w/; /r/; /j/ʃ ʒ 6.00 Writing Transcription 6.00 Record Your Voice: Word Stress 6.00 Record Your Voice: Reading A Passage 6.00 Record Your Voice: Reading A Dialogue 6.00 Course total 100 5
  6. 6. 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:/; / /; /e/; /æ/; /ə/; / :/ɪ ɜ 6.00 Record Your Voice: / /; / :/; /u:/; / /; / :/; / /ʌ ɑ ʊ ɔ ɒ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /eə/; / ə/; / ə/; /e /; /a /; / /; /ə /; /a /ɪ ʊ ɪ ɪ ɔɪ ʊ ʊ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /b/; /p/; /d/; /t/; /g/; /k/; /f/; /v/ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /θ/; /ð/; /s/;/ /; /z/; / /; /h/ʒ ʃ 6.00 Record Your Voice: /t /; /d /; /m/; /n/; /ŋ/; /l/; /w/; /r/; /j/ʃ ʒ 6.00 Writing Transcription 6.00 Record Your Voice: Word Stress 6.00 Record Your Voice: Reading A Passage 6.00 Record Your Voice: Reading A Dialogue 6.00 Course total 100 5

×