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Don’t have time to attend a class to learn how to pronounce certain words or sounds in English? This TEFL Research journal article, “Can’t get to a language class? 5 ideas for practicing your pronunciation at home,” offers a way for you to learn these skills on your own.
English Endeavors is a website that, according to its creators, provides a place where English language teachers can “bring theory into practice in an efficient and meaningful way”.
ESOL Professors Alice Savage and Colin Ward from Houston, Texas, regularly post articles, new ideas, lesson plans, links to useful sites and practice activities for English language teachers and tutors. You can view and/or subscribe to their website by clicking on the link below.
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