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Practical tips to teach pronunciation, with Ricardo Barros.

Fri, Jan 20, 2017 · 12:00 PM · Brasilia
About This Webinar

In this workshop, I’m going to talk about features of pronunciation (connected speech, individual sounds and stress) that are useful for students and how teachers can include them in their own lessons, either as a stand-alone pronunciation lesson or as part of vocabulary or grammar lesson.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Webinar ID: 4262c4e58996
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Webinar hosting presenter BRAZ-TESOL
BRAZ-TESOL is organizing a serie of free webinars to allow BRAZ-TESOLers from all over the country to participate.

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Webinar hosting presenter Ricardo Barros
teacher and teacher educator
Ricardo Barros is a CELTA tutor and freelance teacher trainer based in Jundiaí–SP. He has taught English since 2003, working as a teacher, teacher trainer, academic coordinator and Cambridge examiner. He holds the DELTA, CELTA and a BA in History from Unicamp. He is a moderator for the BrELT facebook group and advisory council member for BRAZ-TESOL. He blogs weekly at ricardobarroselt.wordpress.com and monthly at richmondhsare.com.br
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