are welcome to print out and copy these resources in their classes.
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Cards (for Pronunciation Partners game)--this
set is for vowels and final consonants. Download all three
parts and print them out. (These are formatted to fit Avery
5388 perforated index cards. 36 cards total.) This game can
be played in small groups. The point of the game is to collect
as many sets of 4 as possible. The student with the most sets
of 4 at the end of the game wins.
great way for students to practice hearing and saying minimal pairs
Mixers--print out the sheet,
separate the words, and hand them out to students as they come into
class. Tell them to find their partners. Great warm-up
or grouping activity.
syllable game. Have students compete to build
syllable pyramids. The teacher gives a topic (clothing,
objects in the classroom, animals, food, etc.) and students
race to build a pyramid. (One syllable word at the top, the
a 2-syllable word, 3-syllable word, etc.)
Camera, Action--an Internet-based listening, speaking, and writing
activity using movie trailers
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