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Lost

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This is a sample lesson from our new book series PronPack.

Teaching Objective: To familiarize students with the pronunciation of –ed endings and linking in connected speech.

American Sound Chart

PronPack American Sound Chart Mark Hancock pronunciation EFL ESL TESOL ELT

This version of the Pronpack Sound Chart uses the symbols for the American sound system as used in Celce-Murcia, Brinton and Goodwin Teaching Pronunciation, CUP 1996. The r-coloured vowels are given as separate hexagons.

Antiphonetic sound chart

Pronpack sound chart by Mark Hancock

This version of the Pronpack sound chart uses typical spellings rather than phonemic symbols. Use this version if the phonemic symbols seem to be too hard for your students to take on board. You can download versions below with or without pictures, black and white or colour.

Pronpack Sound Chart

PronPackChart IPA Hancock pronunciation phoneme ELT TESOL

This is a new phonemic chart of the sounds of English for the classroom wall or to hand out to students. You can download it below.

Pronpack Sound Chart with pictures

PronPack Chart Hancock pronunciation phoneme

This wall chart includes the sounds of English with pictures illustrating example words. Get the students to say what the example words are! Download below.

Sometimes

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Give out the worksheet and ask students to complete the lyric before they listen to the song. They should be able to do this because each missing word is the opposite of the word at the end of the previous line, and the lines are rhyming couplets.

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