Linden, Michigan TESOL Online & Teaching English Jobs

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Here Below you can check out the feedback (for one of our units) of one of the 16.000 students that last year took an online course with ITTT!

This unit proved to be more of a challenge than the previous ones. I had never studied phonetics before, much less had I been thought how to teach pronunciation. I am embarrassed to admit I was one of the people who didn’t believe pronunciation or phonetics was all that important when compared to all the other things one must learn to communicate effectively in a new language. The unit went over patterns of intonation, techniques for teaching intonation and an overview on how to teach students what words to emphasize as well as to understand how the meaning of the same sentence can change depending on where the stressed word is placed. It provided a few useful examples designed to help students understand where the stress is placed, depending on the syllables in the word. It also went over sound joining, which I know can be frustrating for foreigners. Then it dove into phonetics, which proved more difficult to comprehend, but after making a few flashcards I was able to connect the sound each symbol invoked. This leads us to the area that explored in more detail how articulation has to do with pronunciation (places of articulation) and then the manner of articulation. I also really appreciate the chart combining manner and place of articulation. From what I’ve seen from my parents, who – though they speak perfectly - have a very distinguishable French accent even after 19 years of life in the United States, I tend to believe that accents cannot truly go away.