#1

Escucha esta canción.

  • Detecta los fallos fonéticos
  • Comenta qué errores fonéticos dificultan la comprensión del texto  
  • Indica las palabras que  recomendarías mejorar pronunciando

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#2

1. Go over the pronunciation tips.

2. Read the text. Practice a lot. Open your mouth. Vocalise. Talk/ practice in the mirror.

3. Make a video of yourself practicing. Be sure your pronunciation is good.

4. The video can’t be longer than 30 seconds.

5. Give feedback to your classmates videos in the comment section .

1. Repasa los consejos de la pronunciación.

2. Lee el texto. Practica mucho. Abre la boca. Vocaliza. Habla al espejo.

3. Grábate en vídeo. Pronuncia bien. 

4. El vídeo no puede ser más largo de 30 segundos.

5. Comenta los vídeos de tus compañeros. Dales tu feedback. 

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I explained to them my travel to Sydney, Australia, that we did  last year. My daughter, my son and I went there by train. We enjoyed this trip a lot. Also, we met a very famous author of the bestseller “Climbing the mountains. Higher and higher again”. He gave us a small talk about the walk to the mountains he described in the book. The author called Mr.Smith traveled with his monkey called   Mickey. Sydney was great, we were there for a month until we ran out of money.


Instrucciones para el feedback

Para dar el feedback a nuestros compañeros usaremos la formula M.I.S.T.E.R. FEEDBACK

Y es porque permite dar un feedback de GRAN ayuda

Maintain= you did it well

 (fluency, energy, word order, vocabulary, sentence structure) 

Include= you didn’t do it

 (connectors, phrasal verbs, prepositions, proper pronunciation of plurals, +s for third person singular, +ed correct pronunciation)

Start improving = you can do it  better:

Train techniques

(shadowing, gapping, three filters, lazy listening) 

Expand vocabulary

(synonyms, “secondary” vocabulary, #q1—>quizlet 1… )

Remove = do not do it

 (robot effect, direct translation, fast/slow speaking, “eeehh” sound)