These are original English pronunciation exercises for English students based on a discovery learning approach.
These pronunciation exercises encourage student autonomy because they lead students to build their own criteria for how to produce English sounding sentences.
Sounding English is not just a question of pronouncing individual sounds correctly, much more important is to be able to control the rhythm and stress of what is said.
Having a feeling for English pronunciation not only helps students to be understood by other people, it also helps students to understand native speakers.
• The Rhythm of English
Stress and the Schwa
•Pronunciation tips: Schwa
BBC Learning English
•Stressed Syllables and the Schwa Sound Schwa_stress
•The General Rule 1 01_tonic_accent
•The General Rule 2 02_tonic_accent
•Words with Latin or Greek suffixes 1 01_tonic_accent_2
•Words with Latin or Greek suffixes 2 02_tonic_accent_2
•Words in -ion words_in_ion
Voiced and voiceless
•Vibration and no vibration voiced_unvoiced
Distinguishing between voiced and unvoiced consonants
•Pronunciation of the -ed ending - 1 pronunciation/01_-ed_endings
•Pronunciation of the -ed ending - 2 pronunciation/02_-ed_endings
Spelling and Pronunciation
•Magic "e" magic-e-spelling-pronunciation-rule
•hot vs hut pronunciation/min_pairs