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THE IMPORTANCE OF REFLECTION UPON THE PROCESS OF SPEAKING . Centred on the production of phonemes and the organization of oral discourse. Mindfulness. It helps you to: Create a GOOD ATMOSPHERE in the classroom. Encourage STUDENTS LEARNING.

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the importance of reflection upon the process of speaking

THE IMPORTANCE OF REFLECTION UPON THE PROCESS OF SPEAKING

Centredon the production of phonemes and the organization of oral discourse

mindfulness
Mindfulness

It helps you to:

  • Create a GOOD ATMOSPHERE in the classroom.
  • Encourage STUDENTS LEARNING.
  • Build POSITIVE EMOTIONS which promote success.
  • MINDFUL ACTIVITIES
  • ENHANCE LEARNING
pronunciation
Pronunciation
  • We should reflect upon activities we carry out to improve our ORAL DISCOURSE.
  • Two main aspects for REFLECTIVE PRONUNCIATION LEARNING are:
pronunciation1
Pronunciation
  • Pronunciation involves:
  • All the sounds of a language form a SYSTEMin which they all interact with and influence each other.
discovery activities
Discovery Activities

It is good to:

  • Help new students to (re)DISCOVER the muscles that make the pronunciation difference (tongue, lips, jaw, voiced/unvoiced sounds).
  • Do DISCOVERY ACTIVITIES so as to make students learn how to produce the phonemes.
phonemic chart
Phonemic Chart

A MENTAL MAP is necessary to:

  • Have a clear MENTAL CONCEPT to guide the pronunciation territory.
  • Complement and conceptualize the PHYSICALITY.
improving oral communication
Improving oral communication

How to project your voice?

  • Activities
  • Tongue twisters
  • Dialogues
  • Minimal pairs
  • Reading aloud
  • Practicing with a partner
  • Recording yourself
  • Practicing in front of a mirror
  • Speak slowly and steadily
  • Stand up straight
  • Open your mouth
  • Speak more loudly
  • Practice deep breathing
reflection on oral discourse
Reflection on Oral Discourse
  • It is important to reflect on HOW YOU ORGANIZE YOUR ORAL DISCOURSE and WHICH STRATEGIES YOU USE in order to enhance our possibilities of PRONOUNCING CORRECTLY and being more confident when we speak.
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“Pronunciation teaching is not about phonemic symbols, it is about learning to discriminate that particular sound by saying it, hearing it, recognising it, knowing it from others, and finding the physicality of it in the mouth and the muscular posture and movement. Once a student knows that they have the experience of making a sound then labelling that experience with a symbol is pretty easy.” Adrian Underhill.