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'Resounding standing ovation ... what we've been waiting for ... exactly what we needed ... ' Kate Nelson, Edinburgh Tutorial College
'My students find using this book great fun and so do I.' BBC English, 1997
'What I also consider very important is the FUN, which we all had ... I think this book has been well planned. The varied and imaginative games makes this an interesting book to consider for pronunciation practice.' ETAS Newsletter vol 14. no 2
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This book contains a collection of varied and imaginative activities for the practice of English pronunciation. The activities can be used as awareness raising activities or for controlled practice or revision. The teacher's pages provide clear instructions for conducting each game, background information and suggestions for adapting the games to the needs of particular groups of learners. These pages are followed, where necessary, by photocopiable material for the students.
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Top Customer Reviews
Hancock's games provide some welcome ready-made activities in most of these areas. Some of the activities fall into the old trap of needing instructions that are too complicated for the level they are aimed at. Most are fairly clear and look as though they will do their job. I will use them for revision for my interpreting students in the next few weeks so may have more info soon. PS I also find Hancock's CD, English Pronunciation, a very useful resource, particularly for students who have persistent problems distinguishing consonant demarcations in English.
However, if you are teaching British English pronunciation, this book could be a nice resource.