Embedding pronunciation into your lesson plan

Watch a recording of this webinar with Viktor Carrasquero, looking at how to embed a focus on pronunciation into your lesson plans.

About the webinar

Pronunciation work is ubiquitous in ELT. Global teaching qualifications ask candidates to develop an understanding of common phonological and phonetic elements at interplay in learning English. At the British Council, it is normally expected from teachers to get their learners to practise pronunciation. However, the difficulties teachers find in trying to organically embed ‘pron’ work into their lessons are well documented and frequently shared in our staff rooms, informally. In this webinar, join Viktor as he plans a lesson in ‘real time’, focusing on ways in which pronunciation can be included in our teaching. You will be able to see some general guidelines you can apply when planning for pron work, as well as practical ideas you can readily implement to work on pronunciation reactively.

Recorded on 10 March 2022

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About the speaker

Viktor Carrasquero has been teaching English as a Foreign and Second Language for over seventeen years. He is now a teacher trainer and works as the Talent and Development Assistant Academic Manager at British Council Hong Kong, leading on the local delivery of globally recognised teaching qualifications, such as DipTESOL and Delta.



Submitted by Aynura Rahimova on Sun, 01/08/2023 - 19:55

Good luck!I gained a lot of information from your webinar!

Submitted by Robia Sharma on Thu, 03/10/2022 - 13:14

Thank you for such a valuable webinar today. I request you to please share the pdf of today's presentation for my reference.



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