7 Creative Ways to Teach Long Vowel Sounds for Children

long vowel sounds for children

If you’ve ever taught children how to speak English, you’ll notice that they tend to have a harder time with vowels than consonants. 

In particular, one of the toughest pronunciation points for children would be long vowel sounds. While short vowels are simpler and more intuitive, children often need guidance in saying long vowels properly, especially since these can have different spellings for each word.Read more “7 Creative Ways to Teach Long Vowel Sounds for Children”

How to Teach the L Sound Effectively and Build Your Students’ English Skills

how to teach the l sound

Because of limited time, you probably won’t be able to go over every pronunciation point in class.

Still, one pronunciation point to prioritize would be the L sound because it has a very noticeable effect on how students talk. 

Whether students are just starting to learn English or they’re already advanced, they can miss out on how to say L properly.Read more “How to Teach the L Sound Effectively and Build Your Students’ English Skills”

How to Teach the T Sound in English: 8 Techniques for a Successful Class

how to teach the t sound

One of the most frequent stumbling blocks for English learners is the T sound. 

Some students pronounce it as D instead. Or they pronounce it fine for one word, but they falter with another word. 

This is mainly because it’s not obvious for English learners that there are three ways to pronounce T in English: the regular T, the flap T, and the stop T.Read more “How to Teach the T Sound in English: 8 Techniques for a Successful Class”