Teaching Pronunciation Using the Prosody Pyramid

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by Judy B. Gilbert | 06 Nov 2013
Resource Description: This 50 page booklet explains the background for decisions about priorities in teaching pronunciation, and gives specific suggestions for teaching the crucial elements, as well as two rules for guessing how a spelling should be pronounced.
Audience: Elementary, Secondary, Adult, University, Teacher Training
Audience Language Proficiency: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Teaching Pronunciation Using the Prosody Pyramid 

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TESOL Interest Section: Speech, Pronunciation, and Listening

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  1. Jillian Park | May 11, 2017
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  4. blessy | Feb 16, 2017
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    Well i have no idea about the prosidy pyramid and been looking for the main concept here above. So that i can able to make it possible through learning those teaching skills. I work in assignment help australia and teach to students also about writing concepts.

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