Sir Ken Robinson
There’s an art and a science to teaching pronunciation.
To become confident, successful teachers, we must first know the science of our field, collecting and collating research, data, experiments, and experiences until we are completely familiar with the materials and tools of our trade and how they work.
Then comes the artistry. Just as artists combine materials and techniques to bring the greatest impact, so too teachers learn how to collect, control and combine all the materials and techniques to create a unified, unique and powerful experience for their students.
Interested in teaching pronunciation more efficiently, effectively and expertly?
- Read the first of my teaching guides addressing the challenges Arabic speakers face.
- Check out my YouTube videos
- Sign up for the occasional news bulletins to ensure that you get anything I share about new guides, webinars or presentations.
- Watch for the second e-guide coming out soon: English pronunciation for Japanese speakers!
Interested in improving your own pronunciation of English?
Sign up for my monthly announcements; they come out occasionally and have information about teaching and learning pronunciation.
If you would like to discuss private pronunciation online classes, click here. Otherwise, feel free to look around my website, visit my Facebook page, and watch my YouTube videos. If you are at an advanced level of English, you’ll probably find my teacher guides helpful…there’s no reason why you can’t apply these strategies to your own learning!
Here’s a link to the English pronunciation guide for Arabic speakers. It’s written in English, in a conversational style; if you’re an Arabic speaker at an advanced level of English, you will probably find it informative. It goes on sale soon; sign up to get a reminder.
A new e-guide for Japanese speakers is coming soon. Watch for it on Amazon, or sign up here to get news of the release date.
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