Pronunciation Practice (Before Speaking). Getting Started: Greet People by Name & Numbers (Symbols for Sounds / Letters of the Alphabet / Numbers / Pronunciation Terms), + Answer Key & Audioscript for pages 4-8
8 (+ 3) pages = 11pp
Who It’s For: Language Teachers, Learners, & Helpers Wanting to Relate to One Another While (Re)Viewing Some Basics of Sounds, Letters, Names, Contact Data, & Vocabulary Relevant to Oral-Skills Instruction
Why It’s Useful: Beyond novice levels of proficiency, teachers / students may want reminders of the 40 + Sounds of American English, their IPA & Dictionary Symbols, Letters that spell them in common word examples, and some words or phrases to use when delving into Oral-Language Skills. Here they are—in the Intro to Pronunciation Practice (Before Speaking): High Beginning to Intermediate Instruction & Activities in Vowel & Consonant Sounds, Syllables, Stress, Rhythm, and Other Features of Clear American Accent.
What You’ll Do:
 Together, read aloud the 0.A Cartoon Story in which a customer goes into a store with many “greeters.” Notice the variety of ways to say “hello” and “good-bye”—and their clear pronunciation. Keeping in mind “Elements of Speech” like Sentences / Phrases / Words / Syllables / Sounds, help one another to “get the joke.”
 Use the pen 0-C, Pronounce & Spell Names & Other Info, notice that the 16 illustrated, made-up Names on page 4 contain all the sounds of English. While reviewing the names of the 26 Alphabet Letters (for oral spelling) + Numbers, you can engage in 3 or 4 different Pronunciation Activities with this Game Board.
 In 0.D at the end of the Download, from their phonetic transcription read aloud and write down 12 linguistic terms. Match them with their definitions. To get a head start on Pronunciation Practice, see if you can understand and give examples of these concepts in advance.
 If they’re relevant, get what you need or can use from the 3 excerpted Answer Key & AudioScript for PrPr (BeSp). These are attached to the end of the E-00.03 Download.