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Words and Pictures - Long Vowel Sounds

Words and Pictures - Long Vowel Sounds

BBC Learning English | Pronunciation Tips Phonics Strategies and Ideas Phonics: Classroom Practice…. Much of our phonics instruction comes from our daily practice. Most of the activities are embedded into PLAY. The easiest and most engaging is game boards! You can see all 70 of the phonics game boards in one bundle by clicking HERE. Phonics Game Boards Bundle Sorting Centers – Students just love to sort, and it’s such a great brain building activity. Spelling Pattern Sorting Center Phonics : Classroom Reference… Classroom space is valuable, but the last thing I want to do is over-stimulate the environment. You can see more details about the full year set of 70 posters HERE Spelling Pattern Posters Each student has their own personal phonics chart for reference, and more are kept at the writing centers. See the link at the bottom of the post to grab this set for FREE! Spelling Pattern Charts Phonics Assessment… Once I learned to create clip art digitally, things became a LOT easier! Create Your Own… Click HERE to download this FREE Spelling Assessment set.

Learning Tools - Language Pronunciation Tool The authored component is a digitally recorded question-and-answer set. The aim of this advanced tool is to ask students particular context questions such as "What time did James arrive home from the airport" for which students will have to answer orally into a microphone i.e. "James arrived home from the airport at 6:30." This tool offers direct learning enhancement by allowing instructors to create their own oral component in any given language. Choose any language and create a question-answer database Voice recording and playback for pronunciation and comprehension Excellent for tonal language practice such as Mandarin or Cantonese Excellent for integrating an oral component into a language syllabus Language pronunciation tool: demo

Alphabet Worksheets Free Kids Printable Let’s learn the ABC’s with these free printable alphabet worksheets! There are a lot of great ways your kids can learn the alphabet but somewhere along the line they will have to take a pen in their hand and work on writing their ABC’s. Altogether there are more than 200 pages of alphabet activities just waiting for you to print them! There are a few different worksheets for each letter of the alphabet so you can just print the one that suits your kids needs the most or print them all! Each Letter Pack Includes: 4 pages of upper and lower case tracing with pictures to color.1 page of tracing words that start with the letter in that pack.2 pages of beginning sound activities – one page to color the images of objects that start with the letter in the pack and one to circle the correct images.1 letter coloring page. Letter A Letter B Letter C Letter D Letter E Letter F Letter G Letter H Letter I Letter J Letter K Letter L Letter M Letter N Letter O Letter P Letter Q Letter R Letter S Letter T Letter U Letter V

Svenska För Invandrare kurs C och D: Substantiv Substantiv är den största ordklassen.Se en film där jag förklarar mer om substantiv och de olika formerna. Substantiv är saker, människor, djur, namn och känslor.Läs fler exempel på vad substantiv är här! En och ettSubstantiv kan man säga en eller ett framför. Det finns ingen regel för om ett ord är en eller ett. Du måste lära dig det till varje nytt substantiv. De flesta ord är en-ord. Exempel: En kvinna, en flicka, en pojke, en bil, en skola Ungefär 20% av substantiven är ett-ord. Exempel:Ett hus, ett bord, ett barn, ett arbete, ett rum Singular och pluralSubstantiv heter olika om de är en eller flera. Jag känner en flicka. Jag känner två flickor. Singular: en eller ett. Plural: 2 eller fler. Bestämd och obestämd form När du inte pratar om något speciellt: Obestämd form:Kan du ge mig en bok? Jag vill hyra en lägenhet. När du menar något speciellt:Bestämd form: Kan du ge mig boken? Jag vill hyra lägenheten. Första gången du pratar om något: Obestämd form.Jag har läst en bok. Boken handlade om kärlek.

Primary Literacy Teaching Resources and Printables Literacy and English Teaching Resources General Literacy Resources Writing and Letter Formation Stories and Nursery Rhymes DfES ‘Letters and Sounds’ Literacy display banner (Ref: SB2362) A colourful banner for your ‘Literacy’ display. Literacy display banners - black and white (Ref: SB5507) Simple printable Literacy banners that your class can colour or paint themselves. English display banner (Ref: SB2636) A colourful banner for your ‘English’ display. Literacy display banner (Ref: SB6350) A colourful banner for your ‘Literacy’ display board. English display banner (Ref: SB6351) A colourful banner for your ‘English’ display board. Editable Literacy topic book covers (Ref: SB6045) Printable book covers for topics within Literacy to stick to your pupils’ books or folders. Editable Literacy topic book covers - black and white (Ref: SB6049) Printable book covers for topics within Literacy to stick to your pupils’ books or folders. Exclusive Toolbar Resource Lots of Printable Word Mats

Helping students with connected speech There is a huge difference between what our students see printed on a page and what we actually say in everyday speech. In a recording of a TESOL Spain Presentation on Youtube (well worth watching), Mark Hancock makes the following joke: Patient: Doctor, Doctor, I’ve got two theik, a near rake, sore rise, bruise darms a stummer cake and I far tall the time. Doctor: I see, perhaps you’d like to way tin the corridor? (Try reading it aloud) The joke [apologies for the vulgarity ;) ] showcases a good number of examples of features of connected speech. Features of connected speech As a brief overview, there is a strong tendency in English to simplify and link words together in the stream of speech, in order to help the language flow rhythmically. Assimilation This is when the sound at the end of one word changes to make it easier to say the next word. ‘ten boys’ sounds like ‘ tem boys’ (the /n/ sound changes to the bilabial /m/ to make it easier to transition to the also bilabial /b/) Catenation

Alpozo's Phonetic Blog: PURE AND SIMPLE Listen to Pure by Liverpool band, The Lightning Seeds, to help you identify some vowel and diphthong sounds /ɑː/ /e/ /ɪː/ /ɪ/ /əʊ/ /aɪ/ and /uː/ and also to celebrate the birth of a new pure and growing webpage Habla Idiomas EOI intended to gather and share information and material for teachers and students at the State School of Languages in Spain, EOIs (Escuelas Oficiales de Idiomas). As you listen to the song, fill in the gaps by clicking on the clue buttons which help you identify the vowel or diphthong sounds the missing words contain.

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