Pronunciation Games - overview

Pronunciation Games - overview - hancockmcdonald.com/books/overview/pronunciation-games-overview

Pronunciation Games was my first book. I had been preparing pronunciation materials at the Cultura Inglesa in Copacabana, and colleagues suggested that I take the ideas to a publisher. CUP took it on, and made it the first in their photocopiable series the Copy Collection. It met with a favourable reception and was awarded the Frank Bell Prize for a first-time ELT author. What it's all about is this: it makes pronunciation less daunting and more fun.  

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Pronunciation Games

Pronunciation Games - overview - hancockmcdonald.com/books/overview/pronunciation-games-overview

There are lots of different game types in this book - board games, crossword puzzles, card games, chant games... Why games? I like them because they offer bite-sized challenge.

Sample review: 

Pronunciation Games

Review by: 
Various readers
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Amazon.co.uk

"Pronunciation Games" is exactly what I hoped it would be. I've been trying to find fun, diverse ways to focus on pronuncation (not just looking at minimal pairs). This fresh approach to pronunciation is appreciated both by the students and myself.

Published: 
1996

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