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Listening and Pronunciation Specialists (LiPS) Online

This wiki is for sharing ideas and resources for teaching listening and pronunciation to non-native English speakers, especially online, though ideas and resources for face-to-face teaching are also welcome.
  • We're in the process of affiliating with CATESOL by creating a new Listening and Pronunciation "interest group." Stay tuned for more information.


Spring Workshop
  • with
    MARSHA CHAN
    Author, Publisher and Presenter Extraordinaire!

    Promoting Clearer Pronunciation: Problems and Solutions

    Saturday, May 19, 2012
    8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

    Woodland Community College
    2300 East Gibson Rd., Woodland, CA

    Publishers and Refreshments

    Students/Retired $20
    NorCAPS members $30, Non-members $35
    NorCAPS membership + Registration $40
    Registration: Send check made out to Sandra Carter, NorCAPS TreasurerMail to: 549 San Miguel Way, Sacramento, CA 95819

    Please include your e-mail address, so we can confirm receipt.

    Thank you!

URLs for teaching Listening and Pronunciation online

  • Listening Comprehension:
Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab

Listen and Read Along ManyThings.org

This I Believe podcasts

Some of Randall's


Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
  • Pronunciation information and practice exercises




Heinle/Cengage //Sound Bites// Diagnostic Tests and Chapter Quizzes

  • Online audio recording and listening:

Voxopop

A National Virtual Language Lab (ANVILL)
Online Audio and Video Recording, etc.

Resources for Professional Development