Whether you focus on syllable segmentation or if you target mouth anatomy, this list of 5 rhyming worksheets can help put the concepts into practice.
There’s a variety of ways how you can teach pronunciation in a classroom setting. No matter which way you decide to teach, these English pronunciation exercises provide an excellent starting point.
We provide you with the 5 best minimal pairs worksheets that have help students’ listening comprehension. For some teachers and students in foreign countries, minimal pairs may go to uncharted territories.
Tongue twisters are an effortless way to challenge students at pronunciation. The nice thing is that they have so much fun doing it that they don’t even notice they are speaking English.
One of the tougher rhyming worksheets, where students have to find rhyming words in the puzzle. Not only do you have to think of the rhyming word, but you have to find it!
Get your students to think of as many rhymes as possible for each group. Now, bring our your stop watch and let them brainstorm rhyming words.
As the teacher says the minimal pair, students circle the word they hear all the way to the bottom of the pyramid
Not only does it helps students practice pronunciation, but they also learn to rhyme. For the picture rhymes worksheet, what is the rhyming picture?
These minimal pairs ESL cards practices pairs of words with similar sounds. Students grab the card they hear as fast as possible. The student with the most cards at the end wins.
In this minimal pairs exercise, the teacher reads each sentence. As the teacher reads, students have to listen carefully and choose the correct minimal pair.