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Pronunciation Lesson Plan Sample

Pronunciation Lesson Plan Sample

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Pronunciation Lesson Plan: Past tenses with -ed
Pronunciation Lesson Plan: Past tenses with -ed

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Published by: Jonathan Acuña on Mar 03, 2010
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Sample Lesson Plan: The one-computer classroom / Past tenses ending in -ed
Speakers
TextbooksIntroduction
 As we have already studied in previous lessons, we have already noticed that –ed regular past tenses vary in their pronunciation. Here we will review the concept of 
voicing 
to fullyunderstand when and why –ed is pronounced as /t/, /d/, or /Id/.
Objectives of this lesson (tell students about them):
Once students have reviewed the concept of 
voicing 
and watched a video explaining the –ed  pronunciation in past tenses, they will be able to
apply the rules
to pronounce past tenses with80% accuracy while reading or speaking.
 Procedure
Presentation
o
There will be no real presentation by the teacher at this point.
o
Students will watch a video in which a teacher explains how –ed in past tensesis pronounced and classified.
o
Students will be asked to take notes.
Tasks’ sequence
o
 Activity 1:
Group work:
Students will be asked to work in groups of three toanalyze the information provided in the following link:
This will help them match the importance of consonant voicing and –ed pronunciation,as well of the exceptions.
o
 Activity 2:
Quizzing students:
The next two links that will be used –with thewhole class- will be a way to review/quiz/assess student understanding of therules. The links provide two interactive quizzes, so it is a nice way of assessing 
©2010, Deborah HealeyAmerican English Institute/Department of Linguistics, University of Oregon

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