If you've ever had a student say, "Sorry I'm rate!" or "What is the leason?" you need this.
This is the first in my intended series of phonics/pronunciation resources for adult ESL students. Whenever I teach beginner classes, I find that I run into the same issues again and again. Pronunciation difficulties vary according to the language background of your students, but even if you have a “phonics” type book for the ones just learning how to read, pronunciation struggles are rarely addressed. You might have a book that introduces the letters of the alphabet one at a time, either in alphabetical order or in “order of use”. It’s rather challenging to help a Korean student hear much less pronounce the difference between “L” and “R” when multiple lessons separate these letters. I had created a lot of resources to use to help my students, and now I’m making them better than ever so that YOUR students will benefit as well.
✔ one page: READ ME FIRST please
✔ 5 audio recordings (optional use with printables)
✔ 14 page Printables Resource
...1 page welcome/teacher page/clickable table of contents
...1 page minimal/similar pairs printable
...1 page r/l discrimination listening practice printable
...1 page r/l discrimination listening practice teacher page/answer key
...1 page beginning sounds Same or Different?
...1 page beginning sounds Same or Different? teacher page/ answer key
...1 page ending sounds Same or Different?
...1 page ending sounds Same or Different? teacher page/ answer key
...1 page of whole class assessment ideas
...1 page of l/r mini posters (to be used with assessment activity)
...1 page of l/r mini displays (to be used with assessment activity)
...3 pages of cards (72 total) (to be used with assessment activity)
✔ 70 slide digital presentation with pictures representing words that begin/end with r/l
(ALL PICTURES ARE PUBLIC DOMAIN)
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