Source: Learn English with Emma
Here is another activity from the MyEnglishImages.com site, hosted by graphic artist, teacher and education blogger Mike Kloran. Mr. Kloran created the site to: 1) improve his teaching techniques and materials to offer his students a better learning experience; and 2) to give something back to and connect with a larger community of teachers. (His words)
Below is an explanation of the number pronunciation worksheets for beginning-level English language students. You can access the document itself or the website where they can be accessed using the links below. These worksheets take the drudgery and boredom out of rote “listen and repeat” exercises by offering games and pair activities for listening comprehension, speaking practice and conceptual learning.
Download Lesson and Worksheets (PDF): numbers_pronunciation
Original Source Page Link: http://myenglishimages.com/pronunciation/
Sounds of Speech (English) mobile application. This site contains animations of the phonetic sounds of Spanish and English. Available for each consonant and vowel is an animated articulatory diagram, a step-by-step description, and video-audio of the sound spoken in context. It is intended for students of phonetics, linguistics, and foreign language. Recently added to help fund further development you may buy an Android or iPhone Mobile app for English Phonetic Sounds of Speech. Use this to help learn the sounds of English.
The University of Iowa displays English sounds by their phonetic symbol. Click on the symbol to hear how it sounds, see a native American English speaker pronounce the “letter” sound, see a graphic of how it’s made in the mouth or go to the description icon to read how to say the sound!
The slides below were created through a free Linked In program that enables LinkedIn account holders to upload, download and share slides for personal, restricted or public use. The slides below offer an overview of how to teach English pronunciation skills.
Below is just one of many activtities for teaching children how to pronounce the /r/ sound offered by the Reading2Success site listed below.