Oxford University Webinar : Practical Tips for Teaching Pronunciation in the English Language Classroom


This webinar will be held on 2nd December 2021

There are a variety of benefits to effective pronunciation teaching. Join Robin Walker and get immediate, useful advice that will help you:

- Equip learners for effective international communication and prepare them for a global world where they will interact with English speakers from different language backgrounds.
- Contribute to the development of speaking and listening skills, and help learners improve their vocabulary and learn to read in English more effectively.
- Teach pronunciation with confidence, support better learning outcomes, and encourage more positive attitudes towards pronunciation.

About the speaker

Robin Walker has been involved in English language teaching since 1981, working as a teacher, teacher educator, materials writer, and consultant. He regularly collaborates with Oxford University Press and Trinity College London, as well as with regional education authorities in Spain, where he lives. He has published numerous articles on pronunciation and is the author of a handbook for teachers, Teaching the Pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca (2010). An active member of the IATEFL Pronunciation Special Interest Group (PronSIG) since 1997, he was editor of Speak Out!, the respected PronSIG journal, from 2008 to 2015.

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