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What does your accent say about you? | British Council Voices

What does your accent say about you? | British Council Voices | LearningTeachingTeachingLearning | Scoop.it
Are some accents better than others? English language teacher and author Richard Cauldwell examines the prejudices surrounding various English accents and the effect they can have on one's sense of self-worth.
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Not only learners but teachers themselves sometimes think some accents are more acceptable than others. This article examines why this thinking should be challenged.

 

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::: Cartoon Maker Zone :::

::: Cartoon Maker Zone ::: | LearningTeachingTeachingLearning | Scoop.it

Nicola: Cartoons are great for building your own specific dialogues but can also be used by learners in class to make their own. A great alternative to role plays as they are less threatening and more fun!


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Recognising the power of voice recording

Recognising the power of voice recording | LearningTeachingTeachingLearning | Scoop.it

 

Simple and free web audio capture tools are creating exciting opportunities for students to develop oral proficiency and could boost the effectiveness of language learning portfolios


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Russell Stannard in the Guardian

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TESOL Connections - August 2012

TESOL Connections - August 2012 | LearningTeachingTeachingLearning | Scoop.it

Ideas for Teaching Spoken Grammar
by Amanda Hilliard

 

 

Nicola: A useful article to remind us of some of the ideas we can use to develop natural spoken English.

 

 


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