Overcoming Pronunciation Hurdles in Core Classes

Sep 22nd, 2014 | By | Category: Annual, Conferences, Interest Groups, TOP
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By MARINA BROEDER

Marsha Chan (left) and Marina Broeder

Marsha Chan (left) and Marina Broeder, coordinator-elect of the Teaching of Pronunciation Interest Group

—Pronunciation and accent reduction have been gaining the attention of many ESL professionals recently. To keep the ball rolling, the Teaching of Pronunciation Interest Group (TOP-IG) will present a session on overcoming pronunciation hurdles in core classes at the upcoming 2014 CATESOL Annual Conference in Santa Clara. By answering a short six-question survey, you can help the presenters address the issues you face in the classroom.
Marsha Chan and Marina Broeder invite you to discuss effective approaches and share fun ways to incorporate pronunciation activities into any class to increase overall oral comprehensibility. We hope you can join us 4-4:45 p.m. on Friday, October 24, and we thank you for completing the survey.

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Marina Broeder is coordinator-elect of the Teaching of Pronunciation Interest Group (TOP-IG).

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