This page is dedicated to teaching and learning English Pronunciation. Here you will find links to Videos, MP3’s, PDF Files and other documents collected from the best FREE sites the Web has to offer.
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One question many students ask is "What is the best accent to learn?" or "What’s better a British or American accent?" My reply generally is that it doesn't really matter or it is a choice or preference. Although this is arguably true students do need to know or should be made a wear of different accents. Often students also want to know how they can improve not only their pronunciation but their accent also. Above is a collection of videos that can help to learn how to do this. This can be interesting and fun to do in class. To find out more about different kinds of English accents go to the tesolmaster Language in Context page.
For more information about Phonetics and Phonology please try the tesolmaster WIKI Phonetics and Phonology.
This is an excellent series if you are studying at University level and want a deeper understanding of both phonetics & Phonology. They are FREE but you have to register to gain access to the video bank
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Spring Conference, March 12-13, 2004
This is a 50 minute lecture by Stephen Krashen on teaching Phonics, NCLB, Libraies in Schools and SLA. Well worth watching. For more Videos from this conference go to: