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.
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URLs for teaching Listening and Pronunciation online
Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Listen and Read Along
This I Believe podcasts
Minimal Pair Exercises
Some of Randall's
Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
Pronunciation information and practice exercises
The Color Vowel Chart
Sounds of English
English Club.com Pronunciation
Good word and sentence stress explanation, practice and quiz.
Introduction to English Word Stress
Heinle/Cengage //Sound Bites// Diagnostic Tests and Chapter Quizzes
Online audio recording and listening:
A National Virtual Language Lab (ANVILL)
Online Audio and Video Recording, etc.
Resources for Professional Development
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