Talks in 02/2019

Listening as a Constructive Process

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Speaker: 
Annie McDonald
Event date: 
Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 11:45
Venue: 
Universidad Pompei Fabra
Location: 
Barcelona
Extra info: 
Plus downloads
 - hancockmcdonald.com/talks/archive/2019-02

In this session we’ll be trying out several listening activities. They all serve to help raise our awareness to the listening processes we employ and, simultaneously, demonstrate ways we can make the fruits of listening activities available for classroom inspection and reflection.

Pronunciation: muscle, mind, meaning, memory

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Event date: 
Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 12:45
Venue: 
APAC
Location: 
Barcelona
Extra info: 
Plus downloads
 - hancockmcdonald.com/talks/archive/2019-02

Download slides and other materials at the bottom of this page! Pronunciation crosses two domains: it is part language - like grammar or vocabulary, and part skill - like speaking or listening. This unique position makes pronunciation teaching interestingly varied – and potentially very enjoyable too.

Mazes, maps, rhymes and raps

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Event date: 
Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 10:00
Venue: 
Cultura Inglesa Teacher's Colloquium
Location: 
Online
Extra info: 
Plus downloads

Download the materials for the IP Athens workshop at the bottom of the page. Find lots more materials here. Find a video of Mark teaching with these materials here.

Pronunciation: muscle, mind, meaning, memory

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Event date: 
Saturday, February 23, 2019 - 09:30
Venue: 
English UK Scotland
Location: 
Mackenzie School of English 71 Constitution Street Edinburgh EH6 7AF
Extra info: 
Plus downloads
 - hancockmcdonald.com/talks/archive/2019-02

The slides for this presentation, as well as some Do-It-Yourself templates, can be downloaded below. See here for more about the PronPack books. Pronunciation straddles two domains: it is part language - like grammar or vocabulary, and part skill - like speaking or listening.