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Moodle 1.9 for Second Language Teaching by Jeff Stanford

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Here's how to do it

Preparation

First we need to make a recording for our students to listen to.

Here's an example. Imagine that your students have been having problems with the pronunciation of words that come from French and you want to provide them with a few guidelines and examples. This is the sort of instruction you might include:

There are lots of French words used in English every day. Some of them are so common we don't even realize they're French. Occasionally, we need to make them sound a bit more French. Here are some words that came up last week. One word was 'debut'. Don't forget:

You shouldn't pronounce the 't' at the end. Try saying it: 'debut'… 'debut'. Another word that came up was 'chauffeur'. That's not a 'ch' sound as in ...

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